Hong Kong Art: Visual Archive
|Fung Wing Kee, Raymond 馮永基|
|Name in pinyin: Feng Yongji|
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|Place of birth: Hong Kong|
|Art Medium: painting|
|After receiving his professional degree in architecture in the United States, Fung further his art studies in the extra-mural programmes in HKU, CUHK, the China National Academy of Art and the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing. Having participated in over 70 major exhibitions, he has gained many honours: the 1990 Ten Outstanding Young Persons Award; the Hong Kong Institute of Architects President’s Prize (1999& 2000); Arch S D Annual Awards (1989, 1994, 1997, 1998); the Hong Kong Biennial Exhibitions (5 times), the National Art Exhibitions (the 7th and the 8th); and the Vermont Studio Fellowship (1997). He was a founding member of The Ink Movement and presently executive member of the Hong Kong Designers’ Association and the Hong Kong Artists’ Association, and Hong Kong Museums Advisor and Visiting Professor of the Central Academy of Fine Arts.|
|Beyond Horizon 隱在深山隔世間 (1984) Ink and colour on paper 70x70cm||Landscape Concerto No. 1 山水協奏曲－樂章 (1985) Ink and colour on paper 70x70cm||The Great Land Romance 大地情濃 (1989) Ink and colour on paper 70x70cm||Revelation of Freedom 燭光的啟示 (1989) Ink and colour on paper 90x150cm|
|Untitled 無題 (1990) Ink and colour on paper 140x70cm||The Echo of Nature No.2 大地的和唱（二） (1991) Ink on colour on paper 120x40cm||Everlasting No. 2 天長地久（二） (1993) Ink and colour on paper 210x70cm||Smoke Gets in Your Scene 夕暮塞煙寒 (1997) Ink and colour on paper 35x70cmx2|
|Cry of Nature (2) 天嘯（二） (1997) Ink and colour on paper 35x140cmx2||Blue 藍 (1997) Ink and colour on paper 35x140cm||Return from Tibet (2) 川藏系列（二） (1999) Ink and colour on paper||Mai Po Marshes 米埔 (2000) Ink and colour on paper 35x70cm|
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