Raymond Fung 馮永基
Born in 1952 in Hong Kong, Raymond Fung Wing Kee is a renowned artist and architect in Hong Kong. He was selected as one of the Hong Kong Ten Outstanding Young Persons in 1990, and has received numerous art and design awards throughout the years. In 1997, Fung won the Vermont Artist Village Scholarship. In 2008, he received the Certificate of Commendation from the Hong Kong SAR Home Affairs Bureau for his outstanding achievements in the promotion of arts and culture in Hong Kong. He was awarded Hong Kong Ten Outstanding Designers Awards in 2009 and was appointed Justice of Peace in 2011.
Fung has exhibited extensively and has had solo exhibitions in Beijing, Shanghai, Hangzhou, Taipei, Hong Kong, Tokyo, New York, Paris and Avignon. His works are widely collected by international corporations and museums including Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, The National Art Museum of China, Shanghai Art Museum (China Art Museum), Hong Kong Museum of Art, The University Museum and Art Gallery (UMAG) of The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong Heritage Museum, etc.
More than InkChloe HO | Raymond FUNG | WANG Huangsheng | Victor WONG | YU Yang 23 January - 8 May 2020 London3812 Gallery is delighted to present a selection of artworks by Chinese contemporary ink artists Wang Huangsheng, Raymond Fung, Yu Yang, Chloe Ho and Victor Wong in More than Ink, parrallel exhibitions now at our London and Hong Kong galleries until 31st May 2020. “More than Ink” was first conceived...
Join us for our first-ever online panel discussion8pm (HK) / 1pm (UK), 9 April 2020 3 April 2020In this online panel discussion, to be conducted in English at 8pm (HK) / 1pm (UK) on Thursday 9th April 2020, three influential guests in the field of ink art will discuss Reflections on the Eastern spirit and wisdom in contemporary ink art. Our panelists will explore current artistic expressions of contemporary ink, as well as discussing its Easternness, and its relationship with current social issues. This is the first time 3812 Gallery will host an online panel discussion across two channels (Zoom and Zai Art) in order to reach our global audience, from Asia to Europe and beyond.