Hong Kong Art: Visual Archive

Lam Tung-pang 林東鵬
Name in pinyin: Lin Dongpeng
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Place of birth: Hong Kong
Dates: 1978-
Art Medium: mixed media work
Lam Tung-pang was one of the founders of studio opening in Fo Tan, Hong Kong. He studied Fine Art at The Chinese University of Hong Kong before undertaking an MA at Central St Martins College of Art, London in 2004. He currently lives and works in London and Hong Kong. Tung-pang has been awarded numerous scholarships and awards, including Hong Kong Finalist at the Nokia Art Awards- Asia Pacific in 2000, Arts Scholarship from Hong Kong Arts Development Council in 2003. In 2005 he won the prestigious“Hunting Art Prizes Young Artist of the Year”in U.K. He has exhibited extensively worldwide and has worked in many private and public collections in the UK, USA & Hong Kong, including the Hong Kong Museum of Art.
The Body 肉身 (2002) Sand, nails, acrylic on plywood 150x150cmFotan 火‧炭 (2003) Ink, charcoal, oil on plywood 215x155cmUntitled 無題 (2003) Sand, nails, acrylic on plywood 120x120cmBank (2003) Sand, acrylic on plywood 26.5x26.5cm
Underneath (2004) Nails, pencil and acrylic on plywood 180x120cmWindows (2004) Sand, oil, plywood and paper on plywood 220x159cmIdeas 意念 (2004) Pencil on MDF 40x30cmSomewhere, sometime (2004) Sand, nails, acrylic on plywood 220x160cm
Blinds (2005) Charcoal on wood 44x60cmThirty Moon (Months) 三十個月 (2005) Bee wax, acrylic on plywood 90x91cmUntitled 無題 (2005) Charcoal, sand, ink and nails on plywood 49x54cmSpeech 演講 (2005) Cutting on wood 31x36cm
Symphony 交響樂 (2005) Marker and nails on wood 165.5x116.5cmLook-right, Look-left 向右望,向左望 (2005) Charcoal and acrylic on plywood 59.5x39cm eachShake 扭 (2005) Drawing transfer on tin cans 19.5x34cm
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Author 作者 Year Title of Article [Related Information]
Clarke, David 祈大衛 2013 Conversation with Warren Leung and Lam Tung-pang on Hong Kong Art, 20 March 2013 [audio file]
Official artist website: http://www.lamtungpang.com/

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Last updated: 3 July, 2020.