Hong Kong Art: Visual Archive
|Yu Wai Luen, Francis 余偉聯|
|Name in pinyin: Yu Weilian|
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|Place of birth: Hong Kong|
|Art Medium: painting|
|Yu is a painter. He has held four solo exhibitions and has taken part in many group exhibitions in Hong Kong and overseas. He obtained his B.F.A. from York University in Toronto and received a scholarship to pursue his M.A. studies at the Royal College of Art in London. He is currently a lecturer in The Art School of Hong Kong Arts Centre.|
|Borrowing East Wind from Kong Ming 孔明借東風 (1998) Oil on canvas 150x150cm||Pear/Pair 分離/分梨 (1998) Oil on canvas 150x150cm||Handmade 人手製作 (1999) Oil & acrylic on canvas 120x120cm||Much Alike, Slight Different 大同小異 (1999) Oil on canvas 120x180cm|
|Canvass 拉票 (2000) Oil, acrylic & enamel paint on canvas & silk 76x122cm||Moonlight Before My Bed ?前明月光 (2000) Oil, acrylic & enamel paint on canvas & silk 120x150cm||Not Suitable for Moralist 非禮勿視 (2000) Oil & enamel paint on canvas with magazines 180x120cm||Plum in Gold Vase (I) 金瓶梅(一) (2002) Oil on canvas with vases 180x120cm|
|Homage to Hong Kong Modern Western Painting 向香港現代西洋畫致敬 (2002) Enamel paint on tailor-made pictures 180x120cm||White Noise 雪花 (2002) Oil on canvas with Television Sets 180x120cm||Shaolin Soccer (siu lam chk kau) 少林足球 (2002) Oil on canvas with balls 120x240cm||Telefishion 魚樂無窮 (2002) Oil on canvas with television sets 120x90cm|
|Serenade 小夜曲 (2002) Oil & enamel paint on canvas with spittoons 120x90cm||Five Fingers Mountain 五指山 (2002) Oil on canvas with books 150x150cm||Walking Along Till the End of the Brook, Sitting Down & Watching The Clouds Appear 行到水窮處, 坐看風起時 (2002) Mixed media on paper with toilet seat 50x40cm||Celestial Poet Li Bai (sin sin li bai) 詩先李白 (2002) Oil on canvas with books 100x160cm|
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Last updated: 3 July, 2020.