Born in 1952 in Hong Kong, Raymond Fung is a renowned artist and architect in Hong Kong. He was a recipient of the award Hong Kong Ten Outstanding Young Persons in 1990 and has won five HKIA Annual Awards. His works have been selected in China National Art Exhibition, Hong Kong Art Biennial and HKDA Asia Design Awards multiple times. In 2008, he received the Certificate of Commendation from HKSARG Home Affairs Bureau for his outstanding achievements in the promotion of arts and culture in Hong Kong. He was awarded Hong Kong Ten Outstanding Designers and in 2011, Fung was appointed Justice of the Peace.
Fung has exhibited extensively in New York, Paris, Beijing, Shanghai, Avignon and Hong Kong. His works are widely collected by international corporations and museums including Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, National Art Museum of China, Shanghai Art Museum, Hong Kong Museum of Art, University Museum and Art Gallery, HKU and Hong Kong Heritage Museum.
Fung is now the Adjunct Associate Professor in the School of Architecture, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Board Member of the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, Honorary Adviser of Art Museums in Hong Kong and Member of Advisory Committee on Revitalization of Historic Buildings. Fung has published over 150 articles and is a co-writer of 5 books on architecture and urban design.
|Exhibition History at Gallery 456|
|2012||china in China|
|Works & History|
2012 “china in China”. Plum Blossoms Gallery Hong Kong
“L’art de Raymond”. Cloitre Saint Louis Avignon, France
2011 “The Art of Raymond Fung”. Sinitude Gallery, Beijing, China
2010 “Hong Kong Lyric: Paintings by Raymond Fung”. Galerie Yvan Roubin, Paris, France
“Hong Kong Lyric: Paintings by Raymond Fung”. Sinitude Gallery, Paris, France
“Hong Kong Lyric: Paintings by Raymond Fung”. University Museum & Art Gallery, HKU, Hong Kong.
2001 “Raymond Fung Ink Painting”. Shanghai Art Museum, Shanghai, China
2000 “New Paintings by Raymond Fung “. Exchange Square, Hong Kong
1998 “Raymond Fung Ink Painting”. Zhejiang Exhibition Centre , Hangzhou, China
1997 “Raymond Fung Ink Painting”. Caelum Gallery, SoHo, New York, USA
1996 "Hong Kong Artists Series: Fung Wing-kee”. Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong
1992 One-man Exhibition, Hong Kong Arts Centre, Hong Kong
1986 One-man Exhibition, American Library, Hong Kong
1985 One-man Exhibition, La Cadre Gallery, Hong Kong
One -man Exhibition, The Landmark, Hong Kong
|Major Group Exhibitions|
2011 “The 100th Anniversary of Chinese Revolution Exhibition” China National Art Gallery, Beijing, China
“Hong Kong - Shenzhen Ink Art Biennale” Guan Shanyue Art Museum, Shenzhen, China ”Shenzhen Ink Art Biennale” Shenzhen Art Museum, Shenzhen, China ”Ink vs Ink Exhibition” Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong
2010 “Ink vs Ink Exhibition” Shanghai Art Museum, Shanghai, China
2009 “Hong Kong Ink Painting Exhibition”. National Gallery, National Dr. Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall, Taipei, Taiwan.
“Hong Kong Water.Ink. Color “. Hong Kong Central Library, Hong Kong
2008 “New Ink Art: Innovation & Beyond”. Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong
“Hong Kong Contemporary Art”. Atting House, Hong Kong
“MOCA China Charity Exhibition”. Pacific Place 3, Hong Kong
2007 “HK Contemporary Chinese Ink Painting Exhibition”. Artist Commune of Cattle Depot, Hong Kong
“HK Return to China 10th Anniversary Art Exhibition”. Sichuan Art Gallery, Chengdu, China.
2006 “Contemporary Hong Kong Ink Exhibition”. Shenzhen Art Gallery, Shenzhen, China.
“Wonderland: Group show by Victor Lai, Andrew Lo and Raymond Fung” (Fringe Program of the Hong Kong Art Biennial Exhibition 2005).
Plum Blossoms Gallery, Hong Kong
2005 “Art Kaleidoscope”. Plum Blossom Gallery, Hong Kong
2004 “HK Cityscapes“. University of London, London, United Kingdom
2000 “Chinese Ink Painting” National Taiwan Normal University,Taipei.
1999 “International Biennial Neues Aquarell Kleinsassen”. Germany
1998 “Hong Kong Artists Exhibition”. Sichuan Exhibition Centre, Chengdu, China.
1997 "Hong Kong Art" Exhibition”. National Art Museum, Beijing, China.
1996 “Ink Paintings by Great Masters” Duoyunxuan, Shanghai, China.
1995 "Contemporary Hong Kong Painting Exhibition”.Fukuoka Art Museum Fukuoka, Japan.
1994 "The 8th National Art Exhibition"· National Art Museum of China,Beijing.
"Hong Kong Art in LA" .Los Angeles, USA.
"Hong Kong Art Exhibition”. Kagoshima Prefectural Museum of
.Culture Reimeikan, Kagoshima, Japan.
1992 “Art Exhibition of the Artists Conference”Seoul, Korea.
"5 Artists Exhibition". Perimeter Gallery, Chicago, USA.
1991 "Contemporary Hong Kong Art by 4 Major Artists". Galeria De Leal Senado Macau
1990 "The 5th Asian International Art Exhibition".Malaysia National Art Gallery Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
"Hong Kong Contemporary Art".Schaumburg, Illinois, USA.
"Hong Kong Contemporary Ink Painting”.Taichung Cultural Center, Taizhong, Taiwan.
"Hong Kong Ink Painting".Edmonton Provincial Museum, Edmonton, Canada.
1989 "Contemporary Chinese Painting 1984-89".Harvard University, Boston, USA.
"New Spirit by Hong Kong Artists".Chinese Museum, Melbourne, Australia.
"The 7th National Art Exhibition".National Art Museum of China, Beijing, China.
"The 4th Asian International Art Show". Seoul Metropolitan Museum Seoul, Korea.
"13 Major Hong Kong Artists Exhibition”. Nagoya, Japan.
1988 "Hong Kong Modern Art". National Art Museum of China, Beijing, China.
"Ink Paintings by Hong Kong Artists". Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong
“Two-men Exhibition”. Alison Fine Arts, Hong Kong.
"International Ink Painting Festival". Wuhan, China.
“Two-men Exhibition”.East & West Gallery, Melbourne, Australia.
"First Great Wall Art Exhibition". Beijing, China.
"Hong Kong Ink Painting".Barbican Centre, London, United Kingdom.
1987 "Hong Kong Artist Exhibition". Fuzhou Exhibition Gallery and Hubei Academy of Art , Fuzhou & Hubei, China.
"Philippe Charriol Modern Art Exhibition". Fung Ping-shan Museum, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong.
"5 Dimensions". De Camoes Museum, Macau.
1986 “San Francisco ‘Hong Kong Week’ Art Show”. San Francisco, USA.
1985 “Contemporary Hong Kong Art Biennial Exhibition", Hong Kong Museum of Art, Hong Kong.