Born in Hong Kong in 1981, Wong Wai Yin is a visual artist who experiments with a variety of media. Wong graduated with a Bachelors of Fine Arts degree form the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2004, and a Masters in Fine Arts from the University of Leeds, United Kingdom in 2005. She was also the Founder of the Observation Society in Guangzhou. Ranging from painting, sculpture, collage, installations and photography, Wong’s works have won acclaim for her unique, conceptual approach. Possessing an expansive way of thinking beyond traditional studio practices, the artist frequently investigates the nature of what is real or fake, what constitutes art, and what doesn’t. Creating emulators, Wong proceeds to juxtapose these ‘raw’ pieces alongside the original articles, dispelling the notion of an ideal framework, and persuading viewers to question the nature of authenticity; challenging preconceptions whilst blurring boundaries. Wong has exhibited her works extensively in Hong Kong, as well as showcases in Japan, U.S.A, Singapore and Guangzhou.
A Hundred Years of Shame – Songs of Resistance and Scenarios for Chinese Nations
A Hundred Years of Shame – Songs of Resistance and Scenarios for Chinese Nations brings together artists...
07 Mar 2015 - 10 May 2015
Clamour Can Melt Gold
As part of its curatorial projects, Edouard Malingue Gallery presents Clamour Can Melt Gold, a group...
07 Aug 2015 - 23 Sep 2015
Wong Wai Yin: Without Trying
Spring Workshop announces the first solo show in 5 years of established Hong Kong artist Wong Wai Yin....
20 Aug 2016 - 16 Oct 2016
(An)other-Half: Being a Wife/Mother and the Practices of the Self
The exhibition is not a celebration of or a grumble against marriage and motherhood, but an introspection...
17 Mar 2017 - 17 May 2017
In the context of the project series “performingART”, organized by Oi! and presented by...
03 Mar 2017 - 31 Aug 2017
Emerald City at K11 Art Foundation Pop-up Space
“Emerald City” is a group exhibition bringing to life a cross-section of artistic approaches...
27 Mar 2018 - 22 Apr 2018