Born in 1952, Raymond Fung Wing Kee is a renowned artist and architect in Hong Kong. Fung had his first taste of Chinese ink painting at the age of 15. Inspired by the local landscape with an architect’s sensibility, Fung is known for his polyptych works that blend effortlessly into the interior. Former Director of the Shanghai Art Museum Feng Zhengxian described Fung’s works to be a “utopia of the spiritual” which aligns with the artist’s belief that ink painting should be more than a depiction of the scenery but also an interpretation of space. In 1989, Fung was brought to fame as an ink artist with the Contemporary Chinese Painting 1984-89 exhibition, curated by the art curator Professor Wu Hung, at Harvard University (Boston).


He has held solo exhibitions across the globe in New York, Paris, Beijing, Shanghai, Avignon, Taipei, Hangzhou and Hong Kong. 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 and Hong Kong Heritage Museum.