Hong Kong Art: Visual Archive

Lo Yin Shan 盧燕珊
Name in pinyin: Lu Yanshan
Also known as:
Place of birth: Hong Kong
Dates: 1969-
Art Medium: photography,video art
Lo studied design at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University from 1988 to 1990. Since then, she has been working as Freelance Writer, Assistant Art Director, Cultural Reporter, Feature Reporter, Editor, Freelance Translator, Illustrator, Designer, and Photographer etc. for different magazines and journals in Hong Kong. She wrote reviews of overseas exhibitions and performances for Crossover Magazine and Sing Tao Daily when she traveled and worked in Europe during 1990-1992. She is Co-writer of five Chinese books: Shanghai 101 (the 101 reasons for looking for Shanghai), Viva la vie Football Pitch, Sex is Bread and Butter, Asian Sex Showcase, and The Fabulous Years of Our School Uniform. Lo’s photography and video work have been exhibited in many group shows since 1994 in Hong Kong, Spain, Norway, France, China, Taiwan and Macau.
Untitled (1989) Polariod size unknownButchers, Paris (1990) B/W Photograph size unknownButchers, Paris (1990) B/W Photograph size unknownKafka Series (1990/1992) Photo installation size unknown
The Eclipse of Days (1994) Installation size unknownThe Eclipse of Days (1994) Installation size unknownHalf Swim, Half Walk (1995) Video Projection size unknownHalf Swim, Half Walk (1995) Video Projection size unknown
Half Swim, Half Walk (1995) Video Projection size unknownHalf Swim, Half Walk (1995) Video Projection size unknownSEW (1997) B/W video size unknownGirl Reading Koran, Central, Hong Kong (1998) Photo installation size unknown
For Whom the Bell Tolls (1999) Video projection size unknownSex Workers Series (1999 & 2002) Colour photograph size unknownSex Workers Series (1999 & 2002) Colour photograph size unknown
 
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Tsang Hing Ling 曾慶靈 2002 Lo Yin Shan interviewed by Tsang Hing Ling [in Chinese 中文訪問]
 
Contact the artist: workanlo@hkstar.com
Official artist website: http://workanlo.blog.163.com/profile/


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Last updated: 05 Apr, 2017.