About

Cheng Chi-ming, Carl

Born in 1971 in Hong Kong, where he lives and works, Carl Cheng holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and received his Master of Fine Art from the RMIT University with the Outstanding MFA Achievement Award in 2008. He works with all kinds of media but mainly installation and drawing. His works feature issues on urbanism, human condition and game theory. Cheng held solo exhibitions in 1998, 2001, 2008, 2009, 2012 and 2013, and was awarded Bloomberg Emerging Artist in 2009. He has been invited to work on many site-specific installations including Soaring Dragon, a work newly commissioned by the Esplanade Theatres on the Bay Singapore for the Huayi Chinese Festival of Arts in 2014.

鄭志明

鄭志明一九七一年在香港出生,為澳洲皇家墨爾本理工大學藝術碩士(獲該屆畢業生傑出成就獎)及香港中文大學工商管理學士。鄭氏創作媒介廣泛,主要為裝置及繪畫,作品探討城市化、人類狀況及博弈論。鄭氏曾於一九九八、二零零一、二零零八、二零零九、二零一二及二零一四年舉辦個人藝術展,二零零九年獲選為Bloomberg新一代藝術家。場地特定及與觀眾互動的大型裝置也多見於鄭氏的創作,近期作品包括二零一四年新加坡濱海藝術中心委約的華藝節作品《飛龍在天》。

 

Solo Exhibitions

2013      The Legends, Part-of Gallery & Sik On Street, Hong Kong

2012      Worn Out, HKSC Arts Centre Gallery, Hong Kong

2009     The Tao of Chinese Games, Artistree, Hong Kong

2008      Intensity, Artiststudio, Hong Kong

2008      Accumulation, Flammer Gallery, Hong Kong

2001      Shout Out, Architude, Hong Kong

1998      Diary of a Mad Man, Hong Kong Arts Centre

 

Commission

2014       Soaring Dragon for Huayi Chinese Festival of Arts 2014, Esplanade Theatres on the Bay, Singapore

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2014       Art as a Container, Art Container Project Stage III, HKBU Koo Ming Kown Exhibition Gallery

2013       Pure Art Foundation Annual Exhibition, Pure Art Foundation Studio, Hong Kong, HAD, Tsuen Wan, Hong Kong

2012       Yaumatei Cultural Celebration, Yaumatei, The Big Ride, Central Pier, Hong Kong

       Fotanian, Fo Tan, Hong Kong

2011         Point to Point, Lok Fu Plaza, Hong Kong Fotanian, Fo Tan, Hong Kong

2010         Feast of Food, K11, Hong Kong

Point to Point, Citywalk, Hong Kong

The Next Station, Hong Kong Arts Centre

HAD, former Police Married Quarter

Fotanian, Fo Tan, Hong Kong

2009         Mobile Art, The Pottery Workshop, Shanghai

2008         Mastermind, Hong Kong Arts Centre

Absence, Artiststudio, Hong Kong

Art Container Project, West Kowloon Culture District

2007         Siemens-RMIT Fine Art Scholarship Awards Exhibition, RMIT Gallery, Melbourne Australia

Hong Kong Poster Triennial, Hong Kong Heritage Museum

Space Revitalised, Artiststudio, Hong Kong

Philippe Charriol Foundation Art Exhibition, various locations in Kowloon and Hong Kong

2006         Almost 18, White Tube Gallery, Hong Kong Art Centre

Quartet, Artiststudio, Hong Kong

2001        Blue is blue, City Festival 2001, Exhibition Hall, Hong Kong City Hall

1999         Philippe Charriol Foundation Art Exhibition, various locations in Kowloon and Hong Kong

1997         Philippe Charriol Foundation Art Exhibition, various locations in Kowloon and Hong Kong

1996         Philippe Charriol Foundation Art Exhibition, various locations in Kowloon and Hong Kong

Caran D’ache Sunday Art Exhibition, Tai Koo Shing Mall

 

Awards

2009        Bloomberg Emerging Artist

2008        RMIT Outstanding MFA Achievement Award

2007         Finalist, Siemens-RMIT Art Scholarship

Finalist, Hong Kong Poster Triennial 2007

2006        Finalist, Philippe Charriol Foundation Art Competition

1999         Finalist, Philippe Charriol Foundation Art Competition

1997          Finalist, Philippe Charriol Foundation Art Competition

1996          101 Collection, IDN Design Awards

Finalist, Philippe Charriol Foundation Art Competition

2nd Prize, Caran d’Ache Sunday Artists Competition

 

Grants

2013         Project Cities Step by Step, Pure Art Foundation

2012         Solo Exhibition Worn Out, HKADC


Curatorship

2014          Art Container Project Documentation Exhibition, HKBU Koo Ming Kown Exhibition Gallery, Hong Kong

2010          From the Vanishing Point, 1a Space, Hong Kong

2009          Art Attack, ChoochooTV web channel

Hongkongism, Flammer Gallery, Hong Kong

2008         Halmuhnee, an intimate portrayal of Korean

“comfort women", photography by Jesse Chun

Exhibition Gallery, Hong Kong Central Library

Inside/Out, Flammer Gallery, Hong Kong

2007          Space Revitalised, Artiststudio, Hong Kong

 

Publications

2009-14     Hong Kong Photographers Series 1-6

2009           Oasis-Artists’ Studios in Hong Kong Vol.2

2008           Oasis-Artists’ Studios in Hong Kong Vol.1

 

Collections

Philippe Charriol Foundation, private collections in Hong Kong and the United States

 

 

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