Hong Kong Art: Visual Archive
|Yeung Sau Churk, Ricky 楊秀卓|
|Name in pinyin: Yang Xiuzhuo|
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|Place of birth: Hong Kong|
|Art Medium: installation,painting,performance|
|Yeung studied the Basic Art and Design Program part-time at the Department of Extra-Mural Studies of the University of Hong Kong from 1978 to 1980. His work was first exhibited at the Tsung Tat Book Shop in Happy Valley in 1979, and one of his early solo exhibitions took place at the Ninety Seven Restaurant in Lan Kwai Fong, Central in 1984. In 1987, he held his “Art for Art Sick” solo exhibition and residency at the Department of Fine Arts of the University of Hong Kong. In 1988, Yeung resigned from his job as an accountant, effectively ending his 18 years of “white-collar” life. From 1989 to 1990 he traveled around Europe, subsequently returning to study at the University of Hong Kong (majoring in Fine Arts and Comparative Literature). He graduated in 1994, and since 1995 he has been teaching at the Fanling Lutheran Secondary School. From 1996 to 2000, Yeung has been involved in various community art projects. In 2002 his solo retrospective show, “The Red Twenty Years of Ricky Yeung Sau Churk”, was held at Para/Site Art Space.|
|People Vs People (1981) Sculpture, condom, cotton, bamboo stick size unknown||Cock Face (1982) Bamboo, paper-mache, tar, bow-tie size unknown||Not Man, Not Ghost (1984) Mixed media on watercolour paper size unknown||Democracy? in China? (1984) Mixed media on watercolour paper size unknown|
|Caged Narcissists (1985) Bamboo, paper clay size unknown||Earth Art, Shek O (1985) Acrylic on rock 3x4.2x6m||Rice and People (1987) Plaster, tar, rust gas tank size unknown||Cage & People (1987) Performance size unknown|
|4 Cardinal Principles (1989) Installation size unknown||Long Face (1990) Pencil drawing size unknown||Danger (1992 ) Installation size unknown||Dialogue (?) (1993) Installation size unknown|
|Family Documenta (1994) Installation size unknown||Self II (1994) Pencil drawing 30x21cm||“PRC” – People’s Reflection of China (1996) Installation size unknown||Community Art (1999) Acrylic on wooden plank size unknown|
|Community Art (2002) size unknown||Community Art (2002) size unknown||Community Art (2002) size unknown||Article 23 (2003) Installation size unknown|
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Last updated: 3 July, 2020.