HomePage Artists

b. 1976, SAR, China

Tsang Kin-Wah Related Press

'Tales of Our Time': Chinese contemporary art at the Guggenheim New York Related Press 'Tales of Our Time': Chinese contemporary art at the Guggenheim New York 29 January 2017, Art Radar Journal

Tales of Our Time is the second of The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Chinese Art Initiative, which seeks to commission new works relevant to Chinese contemporary art which will then enter the Gu

Fade out copy.
Read More
From Venice to Vancouver, Hong Kong artist Tsang Kin-Wah spreads words of wisdom Related Press From Venice to Vancouver, Hong Kong artist Tsang Kin-Wah spreads words of wisdom 31 October 2016, South China Morning Post

Tsang Kin-wah, who represented Hong Kong at the 56th Venice Biennale last year, is about to make another big artistic statement abroad: a fresco covering the Vancouver Art Gallery’s neoclassical façade. Vancouverites can expect to see the gallery dominated next spring by Tsang’s deceitfully decorative arrangements of words. Instead...

Fade out copy.
Read More
Talking about nothing: Interview with Tsang Kin-Wah Related Press Talking about nothing: Interview with Tsang Kin-Wah 5 October 2016, ArtAsiaPacific

Following his solo presentation at the 2015 Venice Biennale, where he represented Hong Kong with his work The Infinite Nothing (2015), Tsang Kin-Wah brings a responsive site-specific exhibition to the city’s newly opened M+ Pavilion, the eponymous museum’s first permanent exhibition space. Co-curated by Doryun Chong and Stella Fong...

Fade out copy.
Read More
Stories and thoughts about 'Nothing' special: Tsang Kin-Wah at M+ Pavilion, Hong Kong Related Press Stories and thoughts about 'Nothing' special: Tsang Kin-Wah at M+ Pavilion, Hong Kong 30 September 2016, Art Radar Journal

Nihilism is what comes to mind when we look at Hong Kong artist Tsang Kin-Wah. This vision, empty yet full of meaning, is depicted in his latest exhibition  Nothing at the newly opened M+ Pavilion, an expansion of The Infinite Nothing, the artist’s solo presentation for Hong Kong at the 56th Venice Biennale in 2015. Tsang questions...

Fade out copy.
Read More
Interview: Tsang Kin-Wah expresses his new pessimistic outlook on life in 'Nothing' Related Press Interview: Tsang Kin-Wah expresses his new pessimistic outlook on life in 'Nothing' 18 September 2016, Blouin Artinfo

Hong Kong artist Tsang Kin-Wah takes us through another journey of self-reflection by re-evaluating his thoughts on life in Nothing , which is at the M+ Pavilion until November 6. This new immersive installation is a response to his previous presentation, The Infinite Nothing, at the Venice Biennale in 2015. It marks a new chapter for M+, which...

Fade out copy.
Read More
Tsang Kin-wah channels his outrage in a new show Related Press Tsang Kin-wah channels his outrage in a new show 9 September 2016, The New York Times

HONG KONG — “I’m very polite. One must be polite,” the artist Tsang Kin-wah said in an interview last month at his spare, one-room studio in an industrial area of Hong Kong. “I used to never swear in real life, so I did so in my art.”

Fade out copy.
Read More
30 years of Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester Related Press 30 years of Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester 24 May 2016, Art Radar

In February 2016, coinciding with the Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations, Manchester’s Centre For Chinese Contemporary Art (CFCCA) launched a six-month programme of exhibitions for its 30th anniversary. The anniversary programme invites artists from CFCCA’s history, who have become internationally acclaimed, to return to Manchester to...

Fade out copy.
Read More
Words With Force Related Press Words With Force 16 December 2014, Yang Fen for The Global Times / 7 December 2014

An ongoing group exhibition at Pearl Lam Galleries, entitled Words Tend to be Inadequate, features paintings, collages, photos, LED signs, installations and a video projection by eight well-known Chinese and foreign artists. The exhibition aims to explore how text can be used in visual arts to communicate ideas and inner feelings.

Fade out copy.
Read More
Tsang Kin-Wah To Represent Hong Kong At Next Venice  Biennale Related Press Tsang Kin-Wah To Represent Hong Kong At Next Venice Biennale 18 July 2014, Julia Halperin for The Art Newspaper / 16 July 2014

Tsang Kin-wah is to represent Hong Kong at the Venice Biennale in 2015. The Hong Kong Arts Development Council and M+, Hong Kong’s planned museum for 20th- and 21st-century art, selected the multimedia artist. The chief curator of M+, Doryun Chong, and the museum’s curator of learning and interpretation, Stella Fong, are expected to...

Fade out copy.
Read More