Hong Kong Art: Visual Archive

So Hing Keung 蘇慶強
Name in pinyin: Su Qingqiang
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Place of birth: Hong Kong
Dates: 1959-
Art Medium: photography
So Hing Keung obtained his Bachelor of Arts degree in Photographic Design from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He was awarded a photographic fellowship from the Asian Cultural Council for a research trip in the USA in 1995. He was also winner of Judges and Gold Awards in 1997 and 1999. He was granted a one-year Fellowship for Artistic Development by the Hong Kong Arts Development Council in 1998. He has held numerous one-person shows and group shows since the late eighties in Paris, Berlin, New York, Halifax and Hong Kong. Currently he teaches photography part time at the Department of Fine Arts, the Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Chaoyang,China (1995-1996) Colour photo Chaoyang, China (1995-1996) Colour photo Chaoyang, China (1995-1996) Colour photo Chaoyang, China (1995-1996) Colour photo
Chaoyang, China (1995-1996) Colour photo Chaoyang, China (1995-1996) Colour photo Chaoyang, China (1995-1996) Colour photo Chaoyang, China (1995-1996) Colour photo
Wanchai, Hong Kong (1996) Gelatin silver print toned Taikoo, Hong Kong (1997) Gelatin silver print toned Hong Kong (1997) Gelatin silver print Central, Hong Kong (1998) Gelatin silver print toned
Kowloon Tong, Kowloon (1998) Gelatin silver print toned Wanchai, Hong Kong (1999) Gelatin silver print toned Central, Hong Kong (1999) Gelatin silver print toned Hong Kong (1999) Gelatin silver print
Hong Kong (1999) Gelatin silver print Hong Kong (1999) Gelatin silver print Hong Kong (2000) Gelatin silver print Hong Kong (2000) Gelatin silver print
 
Click on title below to access the material concerning this artist:
Author 作者 Year Title of Article [Related Information]
So Hing Keung 蘇慶強 2004 Artist's Statement [in English]
Tsang Hing Ling 曾慶靈 2002 So Hing Keung interviewed by Tsang Hing Ling [in Chinese 中文訪問]
 
Contact the artist: sohingkeung@hotmail.com


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Last updated: 05 Apr, 2017.