Book Launch: HONG KONG ARTISTS – 20 Portraits

很高興成為 "HONG KONG ARTISTS – 20 Portraits" 內的其中一位藝術家,書中有韋一空教授為本人寫的藝評。大會更為此舉辦了兩場展覽及新書發佈會,本人與梁嘉賢的展覽現於藝術中心歌德學院舉行。

Book Launch: HONG KONG ARTISTS – 20 Portraits

Edited by Cordelia and Christoph Noe, Published by Verlag für moderne Kunst

7:00pm, 15.5.2012, Goethe-Gallery

Opening of the exhibition “Past Continuous Tense” – New Paintings by Lam Tung-pang will take place at the same time

Hong Kong not only plays host to one of the most significant art and auction markets, but is also home to an extremely vibrant local art scene. Hong Kong Artists is the first international publication dedicated to this unique and burgeoning artistic landscape, introducing 20 visual contemporary artists through a collection of proclaiming images and writings. The featured artists are born between the late 1970s and the mid 1980s. Editors of “Hong Kong Artists – 20 Portraits” Cordelia and Christoph Noe will be present at the book launch to introduce the background of this publication project. The 20 featured artists are: Nadim Abbas, Eastman Cheng, Chow Chun-fai, Ho Sin-tung, Chi Hoi, Phoebe Hui, Kwan Sheung Chi, Lam Tung-pang, Lee Kit, Joey Leung Ka-yin, Ma Ho-yin, Pak Sheung-chuen, Eric Siu, Tang Kwok-hin, Tsang Kin-wah, Adrian Wong, Magdalen Wong, Morgan Wong, Wong Wai-yin and Samson Young. Authors include Connie Lam (Director of Hong Kong Arts Centre), Anthony Yung (Asian Art Archive researcher), Pauline J. Yao (art critic, Beijing), Philip Tinari (Director of Ullens Center for Contemporary Arts, Beijing) and Kito Nedo (art critic , Berlin) among others. The 224-page book in flexcover (26 x 21cm) is written in English.

news posted/updated - [19. Apr. 2012 - 22:50]

Exhibition: DESIRE at Goethe-Gallery

Sculptures and paintings by Eastman Cheng and Joey Leung Ka-yin

18.4. – 10.5.2012, Goethe-Gallery

Opening at 7:00pm on 18.4.2012 (Wed) in the presence of both artists


 Wishing Well by Joey Leung Ka-yin                          Immortal by Eastman Cheng

“Desire” is the topic of this joint exhibition by female artists Eastman Cheng and Joey Leung Ka-yin. Graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Joey Leung Ka-yin combines traditional Chinese painting and popular culture in her works, which are usually accompanied by her own contemporary writing to give a flavor of Chinese art. In this exhibition, Leung continues to explore the topic of human desire with new paintings in addition to her existing ones. Parallel to Leung’s paintings are sculptures by Eastman Cheng, who extends her interpretation of desire through sculptural figures of saints from both East and West.

Graduated in the Chinese University of Hong Kong (BA Fine Arts, 2000; MFA, 2007), Joey Leung Ka-yin explores the use of contemporary writing equipments to present the flavor of Chinese art, trying to push the boundary of different media. The stories in her artworks depict her feeling and fantasy towards modern life. It’s also an attempt to introspect the value of tradition in contemporary world.

Eastman Cheng is an MFA graduate of the Chinese University of Hong Kong after having completed her Bachelor of Arts from the same university. Cheng believes “objects” are traces of human activity. Through meditating objects designed by others, the artist transforms them according to her feelings and experiences into a peculiar human landscape.

news posted/updated - [19. Apr. 2012 - 22:40]

Solo Exhibition Coming - 7 1/2ft Time capsule 七呎半 時光收納箱

Venue: OC Gallery - G/F, Olympian city 1, 11 Hoi Fai Road, West Kowloon 西九龍海輝道11號學海城1期地下
Date: 24/1-13/3/2011

news posted/updated - [19. Jan. 2011 - 00:01]

Breathe Residency in Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester - Open Studio : 19-21 August 2010


news posted/updated - [21. Sep. 2010 - 21:54]

玩味香港 Tasting Hong Kong


From 2 July to 30 September 2010, there is an exhibition ‘Tasting Hong Kong’ held at Hong Kong Airport, Terminal 2 Level 5. My new small sculpture ‘ Shark Supper’ was presented in Level 5. This work is related to the wedding dinner with shark fin soup in Hong Kong. For details, please check:

news posted/updated - [28. Jul. 2010 - 20:32]