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Department of Visual Studies, Lingnan University
Ng Kwun-lun, Tony (MFA, RMIT), a locally born and raised artist, obtained a Diploma in Chinese ink painting from the former Department of Extramural Studies, the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1986. Ng’s works are collected by the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Hong Kong Museum of Art, overseas art institutions and private collectors.
Ng is not limited by his main body of art, Chinese Ink Painting, but excels in his creationof public art projects in 3 dimensional forms. His designs and productions can be seen at the VIP Room of Hong Kong International Airport, Wet-land Park, Hong Kong Health Department, Police Headquarters Building, TST Centenary Memorial Park, Sai Kung Visual Corridor, etc.
Ng has participated in more than 80 local and overseas exhibitions. He was selected in the Contemporary Hong Kong Art Biennials since 1983 until 1994 and obtained the Urban Council Fine Arts Award (Painting．Chinese Media) in 1994. He was awarded as the 4th-runner-up (Painting) in the Philippe Charriol Foundation Art Competition in 1986. His other awards includes the “Certificate of Distinction” in a number of Chinese ink painting exhibitions in China between 1989 to 1994. His work recently received Special Award from the Tenth National Exhibition of Arts, China in 2004.
Ng teaches Chinese painting at the Department of extramural studies at different universities,several art and design institutions as course instructor, and occasionally at local secondary schools as invited artist.
Yip, Lap Wing lives and works as an artist in Berlin, Germany.
He was born 1963 in Hong Kong, China. After obtaining his Bachelor of Fine Arts at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, USA, in 1989, he went to post-graduate school in Germany at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in Braunschweig.
Since then his work has been shown throughout Europe, the United States and in Asia. Among the exhibitions are solo shows in Berlin, Wiesbaden, Gera, Hannover, Göteborg and Shanghai.
Yip, Lap Wing participated in several international sculpture projects and realized arton- site work in public areas among others in Chicago, Paris, Berlin, Pestinok and most recently during the“First Land Art Biennial: Mongolia 360°”in the Gobi Desert.
His awards include:
“Athmosphere”, an art-and-architecture project, awarded and commissioned for the “Kurhaus-Library”in Bad Bevensen, Germany in 1997
“Hugenotten Park”Schwedt, Germany 2001, where Yip received a purchase award during the international sculpture symposium.
First prize, (in cooperation with Thomas Knoth), Outdoor sculpture project for the BUGA 2007. Germany.
November 12-27, 2011
Leung Fong Oi Wan Art Gallery, 2/F Main Building, Lingnan University 8 Castle Peak Road Tuen Mun Hong Kong
Artist-in-residence, art exhibition
Interdisciplinary Arts and Media | Visual Studies
Ng, K. L. T., & Yip, L. W. (2011). Moving mountain = 移山. Hong Kong: Department of Visual Studies, Lingnan University.