Trevor Yeung graduated from the Academy of Visual Arts of Hong Kong Baptist University in 2010. Since 2010 Yeung has focused on developing personal projects. Yeung's practice uses botanic ecology, horticulture, photography and installations as metaphors that reference the emancipation of everyday aspirations toward human relationships.Read More
Yeung recently participated in Shanghai Biennale 2014 in China and a group exhibition at Witte de With in the Netherlands. He currently lives and works in Hong Kong.
Yeung is also shortlisted in BMW Art Journey with the exhibition from DISCOVERIES section at Art | Basel Hong Kong 2015. Launched by Art Basel and BMW, this special award enables selected artists to design a journey of creative discovery to a destination of their choice.
With Art Basel Hong Kong taking place between 19 and 23 May 2021, Ocula Magazine presents a selection of highlights taking place across the city.
The online auction aims to raise funds for the struggling art centre, which is ending its exhibition and residency programmes.
I wanted to create works that made people think, but I didn't want to direct the audience as to what to think. I wanted to trigger some memories or feelings.
Biennials are inherently messy. Gathering hundreds of pieces by international artists working in different mediums creates an exponential number of echoes and dissonances. Their messiness differs, though, in kind and degree, as exemplified in recent Shanghai Biennales.
Behind a narrow nursery in Mong Kok’s Flower Market, tiny plant specimens glow like mutant organisms under a pulsing UV light. Hong Kong artist Trevor Yeung inspects their bulbous caudices. Some sprou
Starting from 24 September and running until 19 November 2016, The Sunset of Last Summer is Hong Kong artist Trevor Yeung’s latest solo show at Blindspot Gallery, Hong Kong. Born in 1988 in Dongguan, Guangdong Province, China, Yeung graduated from the Academy of Visual Arts at Hong Kong Baptist University in 2010. The exhibition...
In The Sunset of Last Summer, Trevor Yeung’s solo exhibition at Blindspot Gallery, the artist shares a subtle biopic of his own past love affairs, as well as new reflections on his life. The combination of photographs, found objects, horticulture and sculpture creates a dynamic space indicative of Yeung’s mind and memory...
The Parisian edition of Asia Now, 20 – 23 October 2016, intends to create a France-based platform for commercial and 'intellectual exchange' for the Asia-pacific arts community. Art Radar previews 6 must sees and speaks to Director Alexandra Fain about the fair in its second edition as well as curator Magda Danysz about the special...