Lam Tung-pang

Hong Kong

Hong Kong born. His works are mostly related to specific situations in collective memory and social contents. He paints in the style of landscapes at the same time integrates the different contradictory fluxes of a society in constant movement – the art itself becomes journey and landscape, connecting places and times, memories and dreams. Lam’s works are found in private and public collections, including those of the Hong Kong Museum of Art, the M+ Museum, the K11 Art Foundation, Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, the White Rabbit Collection, the Kadist Art Foundation and Deutsche Bank. He was awarded Hong Kong Arts Council Scholarship and the Asian Cultural Council Fellowship to live and work in London and New York respectively.

[Photo: Stephenie Kay]


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