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“Mental Storming” – Solo Exhibition by Wong Wing Tong
Art Experience Gallery
23 Jan - 27 Feb 2016
Opening Reception : 23 Jan 2016, 15:00 - 18:00
“Mental Storming” – Solo Exhibition by Wong Wing Tong

Exhibition Duration: 23 January 2016 - 27 February 2016
Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday I 11am – 6pm
Opening Reception: 23 January 2016 I 3 – 6pm (*Artist present)
Venue: Art Experience Gallery

“Mental Storming” – Solo Exhibition by Wong Wing Tong

Art Experience Gallery proudly present a solo exhibition of Hong Kong artist Wong Wing Tong – entitled “Metal Storming”, this exhibition will feature Wong’s latest paintings as well as his early work since 2005, some of them will be presented in a form of installation for the first time.

Graduated in Bachelor of Arts (major in painting) from RMIT University (co-presented with HK Art School) in 2008, Wong Wing Tong has been actively practicing in art and exploring a large variety of medium in his work. Wong does not limit himself in the form of creation, however painting seems to be his most powerful expression to communicate with his audience. It is rather surprising to see such a young local artist who has an old soul, his recent paintings show a strong formation of composition, texture, observation, belief and creative energy.

Wong’s latest work is a new development from his drawing and painting series “Face Landscape” since 2005, it further enhances the path in which he tries to connect the outside world with his inner source and express his personal feelings on canvas. His work illustrates his relationship with the space around him at different stages in life, as he mentions, “city landscape and people who come across in particular conditions have always been an important inspiration to me”. Wong believes in energy transmission among all beings beyond visuals, the rather abstract and bizarre portraits appear in his paintings are not actual faces of anyone, but an impression of the energy exist within people in particular state or condition. The repeated symbols and patterns in his new work translate his interpretation of vibration as a sign of life, the exhibition title “Mental Storming” may describe best the distinctive but intangible quality of the artist’s spiritual work and mind.

It is exciting to witness a young talented artist express himself so genuinely through art, to live and observe passionately and search for his own placement in this world, and share positive energy with all the souls come across with his art.

About Wong Wing Tong

Born in 1983 and raised in Hong Kong. Wong Wing Tong studied Fine Art at RMIT University (co-presented with HK Art School). Influenced by Hong Kong’s renowned avant-garde Hong Kong artist Frog King as his mentor, Wong is always strongly and creatively expressive in applying a wide range of medium in art from paintings to sculpture, from installation to performance. He has a natural instinct and talent in using materials on top of his traditional well-trained techniques. In 2011 he was assisting Frog King as an artist assistant at Venice Biennial, and gained valuable art practice experience.

Wong has participated in many group exhibitions in Hong Kong and China, his paintings and sculptural work were exhibited at Sin Sin Fine Art since 2011, and more recently a group show at Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre in 2014. He has also participated in varies stage installation and mural painting art projects in the past.

Currently working as a community artist in Hong Kong, he collaborates with many local residents, independent artists and organizations, and contributes to local society, traditional crafts and culture. He is a passionate and devoted artist who has a strong sense of belonging to his home city.

Art Experience Gallery

Room 2009, 20/F, Cable TV Tower, 9 Hoi Shing Road, Tsuen Wan, NT, Hong Kong From MTR Tsuen Wan West Station (Exit B): Go along Hoi Hing Road, turn right to Hoi Kok Street (zebra crossing) and arrive Cable TV Tower on Hoi Shing Road.

Opening Hours:
Monday – Saturday, 11am - 6pm


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