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Man Fung-yi
Born in 1968, Man Fung-yi graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong with BA in Fine Arts in 1990, and MFA in 1999 and an MA in Cultural and Religious Studies (Daoism) in 2008. In 1995 she established a studio with Mok Yat-san. She currently lives and works in Hong Kong.

Man Fung-yi has participated in a number of exhibitions in Hong Kong and overseas notably at Shanghai Art Museum (China), Today Art Museum in Beijing (China), National Art Museum of China, The China Millennium Monument – Beijing World Art Museum (China), Seoul (Korea), Fukuoka Asian Art Museum (Japan), Singapore, Metropolitan Museum of Manila (Philippines), Barcelona, Madrid and Palma La Caixa Forum Museums (Spain), the University at Buffalo Art Galleries (USA), New York (USA), Miami (USA), Venice (Italy), Paris (France), London (UK) and Stockholm (Sweden).

She was the Finalist in the Sovereign Asian Art Prize, by the Sovereign Asian Art Foundation (2008 & 2007), Award Winner of the Hong Kong Art Biennial Exhibition (2003), recipient of Art Critic Award, Century.Women Art Exhibition, Beijing, China (1998), awarded the Freeman Foundation Fellowship for Asian Artists, USA (1997), and the 3rd prize winner in the International Female Artist’s Miniature Art Exhibition, Sweden, presented by the Art Addiction Gallery (1997).

Her works are in such prestigious collections as Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Hong Kong Art Promotion Office, Hong Kong Arts Centre, Jiangsu Provincial Art Museum, China, Ishikawa Prefectural Museum of Art, Japan, Louis Vuitton Malletier, France, L’ Avenue, Shanghai, K11 Art Foundation and Philippe Charriol Foundation. She has awarded numerous commissions including Hong Kong Tamar Park Public Art Project, Hong Kong Legislative Council and Hong Kong MTR Corporation. Her works are collected by corporate and private collectors.