Hong Kong Art: Visual Archive
|Kwok Mang Ho 郭孟浩|
|Name in pinyin: Guo Menghao|
|Also known as: Frog King 蛙王|
|Place of birth: Guangdong, China|
|Art Medium: mixed media work,performance|
|Kwok was born in China, grew up in Hong Kong, experienced art life in New York for 15 years, and has returned and settled down in Hong Kong since 1995. He graduated from the Grantham College of Education and Art Student League of New York in 1970 and 1984 respectively. Kwok's work encompasses a wide variety of media, including calligraphy, sculpture, graffiti, performance art and photography. Kwok's work has been shown extensively in the Far East, the United States and Europe. His works are in the collections of numerous museums, corporations, and private owners.|
|The Seven Columns (1971) Installation in Hong Kong||Twin One Man Show II (1973) Installation in Hong Kong||Splashing Cow Bone (1975) Happening/Action in Hong Kong||Plastic Bag Happenings in China (1979) Happening|
|Body Installation (1981) Installation in Hong Kong and NYC||Body Installation, On Going Project Since 1981 (1981-) Installation||Frog Concept 蛙之意念 (1986) Mixed media installation in New York City||18 Levels of Hell (1989) Installation in New York City|
|"5 New York Art Now" Street Collaboration (1989) Installation in New York City||"The Art Mall" Project (1992) Installation in New York City||“One Man Show Many Man Show”, “One Second Performance” (1992) Installation in Kwangju Biennale, Korea||City Fruit Garden (1994) Installation in Hong Kong|
|Buddah Watching Froggy TV (1995) Installation in New York Ciy||Kwok, Art Life for 30 Years (1967-1997) (1997) Mixed media installation||Kwok, Art Life for 30 Years (1967-1997) (1997) Mixed media installation||Frog Bum Lum 98 (1998) Mixed media on screen|
|Froggy Sunglasses Project (1989-1999) Performance||Froggy Sunglasses Project, 1989-1999 (1999) Performance||9 Million Works Kwok (1999) Performance||Yum Che Yuen (2002) Installation|
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|Official artist website: http://www.frogkingkwok.com/|
The Hong Kong Art Archive is honoured to be chosen as one of the HKU Faculty of Arts 90th Anniversary projects.
Last updated: 3 July, 2020.