Kwan Sze Fong

Hong Kong

Conceptual Contemporary
Conceptual Contemporary

Kwan Sze-Fong, Tenme (b. 1962) has an interest in art since she was very young, and was a student of Ma Jir-Bo. Kwan was graduated at the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts in 1985 majoring in oil painting, then proceed to study at the China Central Academy of Fine Arts and was graduated in 1990, majoring in Traditional Chinese painting. She further her study in oil painting at the China Central Academy of Fine Arts till 1992. Beside her love towards Chinese ink art, Kwan has a strong passion in city-farming. All these years, she has been sharing her love in art and city-farming with friends and art lovers at her own organic farm on the rooftop of an industrial building in Hong Kong. With similar ideology of Chinese ink painting, KWAN fuses her harvest with Chinese ink and created her series of sculptures—The Harvest, with mud, cement and Chinese ink “stirred” together, assembling a mesmerizing visual of Chinese contemporary ink art. Through her sculptures, KWAN tried to explore a new kind of ink patterns to resemble Chinese ink-painting as well as to discuss the relationship among cities, nature and human. Selected Exhibitions 2018 Art Central 2017 Ink Asia 2017, Hong Kong 2016 Ink Asia 2016, Hong Kong 2016 Art16 London, London 2016 INK-3-X, JCCAC, Hong Kong 2015 Ink Asia 2015, Hong Kong