Ray Chan See-kwong (Photo)
Ray Chan See-kwong, Artist
Having received his BA and MA degrees from the University of Cambridge, Hong Kong ceramic artist Ray Chan obtained his BA (Fine Art) and MFA degrees from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University (co-presented with Hong Kong Art School) in 2002 and 2007 respectively. Chan has held solo exhibitions "B(read)", (Pottery Workshop Gallery, Hong Kong, 2013), "Lyndhurst Terrace 1900" (Aesop store at Lyndhurst Terrace, Hong Kong, 2009), and "YALCHEMY" (JL ARTSPACE, 2008). In 2014, he collaborated with Passoverdance in a Site Specific Series/Clay Installation project “Shape”. Chan has participated in Artist-in-Residence programmes in Japan and Estonia. He is a part-time lecturer at the Hong Kong Art School and the Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre. His artworks are in the collection of the Hong Kong Heritage Museum.
Gabriel Leung (Photo)© Timable
Gabriel Leung, Artist
Gabriel Leung is a multi-disciplinary artist from Hong Kong. His works address the ambiguity of information transmission and reception. Leung graduated from the Glasgow School of Art MFA programme in 2013. His recent exhibition platforms include: "Mode of By-Production" (Floor 5 1/2, Hong Kong, 2014); Art Basel (Hong Kong, 2014) "And with the benefit of Hindsight" (Gallery Exit, Hong Kong, 2014); "Glasgow Malmö International Artists’ Exchange" (Glasgow, 2013),  "How Many Shades Would An Artist Pack For Holidays" (Nicosia, Cyprus, 2013); "An Eye For An I, New City Space" (Glasgow, UK, 2013), "Beyond the Wall – 2012 Jeonju Photo Festival (Contemporary Chinese Photography)" (S. Korea, 2012) and "Transnational Art 2012" (Osaka Contemporary Art Center, Osaka, Japan, 2012).
Stephen Wong Chun Hei (Photo)
Stephen Wong Chun Hei, Artist
Stephen Wong Chun Hei received his BA in Fine Arts from the Fine Art Department of Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2008, and had since focused on landscape painting in his artistic practice. While Wong began painting sceneries from the virtual world of video games, he's been increasingly drawn to paint en plein air in the very setting of the natural landscapes and elements which he'd project on his canvas, as part of his personal exploration and pursuit of another level of "reality". Wong's works have been widely shown in solo and selected group exhibitions including "Step Back to Nature" (Galerie Ora-Ora, Hong Kong, 2014), "Someone Bending the Machine: An exhibition responding to the artworks of Chow Chun Fai" (Hong Kong, 2011) and START Art Fair (Galerie Ora-Ora, London, 2014). His work has been collected by Bank of China (Hong Kong) Private Banking and other private collectors.

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