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Artist / Lau Kam Hung

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How Chinese literati paintings get involved in and handle "landscape" (shanshui) really intrigues me. Studying literati shanshui has made me realised that it is not merely the mediums or tools that make the genre different, more importantly, the genre's own perspective of nature and its exploration of subject-object relations. In Chinese painting history, Song and Yuan paintings captivate me the most. They capture the mature development and rich history of Chinese painting, as well as adequately conveying the human perception of their relationship with objects through visual presentations of : the large and small, distant and close, moving and still, heavy and light, abundant and sparse, swift and slow, intricate and simple, informed and uninformed, rationality and sensibility, ideal and reality.  I endeavour to express such essence in all of my artistic creations.



2016  Master of Arts in Fine Arts (M.A.) The Chinese University of Hong Kong

2014  Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) RMIT University

Group Exhibition


The Collectible Art Fair

Jockey Club Atrium & Pao Galleries, Hong Kong Arts Centre

New Moon Rising: A Contemporary Tale

Touch Gallery, Central

In Wonderland

Touch Gallery, Central


Through the Grapevine

Diana Cheung Experimental Gallery, 3/F Hong Kong Arts Centre

UOB Art Space Ink Awards Winners' Showcase


Ink and Beyond – 2021 UOB Art in Ink Awards Winners' Showcase

Asia Standard Tower, 59 Queen’s Road Central, Central, Hong Kong


Everything must go – CUHK MAFA Graduate Exhibition

Uk Kei –JCCAC, 30 Pak Tin Street, Shek Kip Mei, Kowloon


〇 – The Path –

Hui Gallery Cheng Ming Building, NA College


RMIT & HKAS BAFA Graduate Exhibition

The Pao Gallery, Hong Kong



2021 UOB Ink Art of the Year Award (Bronze Award)

2014 RMIT University ( Bachelor of Arts ) Art Prize

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