Ming Wong

( 5 articles reference Ming Wong )

Ming Wong, Yang Fudong, Yang Zhenzhong included in the 12th Biennale de Lyon

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For the 12th Biennale de Lyon, curator Gunnar B. Kvaran has invited artists from all over the world who work in the narrative field and use art to experiment with the modalities and mechanisms of storytelling. The exhibition gives pride of place to the ingenuity and inventiveness of contemporary artists in undoing mainstream narrative codes and off-the-peg plotting devices in order to tell new stories differently…


Me in Me: Ming Wong Solo Show at the Shiseido Gallery

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For Shiseido Gallery’s commission, Ming Wong presents a film installation inspired by Japanese cinema and traditional performing arts. This is a realization of his long-time desire to spend time in Japan to research and create a work inspired by the richness of Japanese culture. He examines the history of Japanese silver screen from three genre perspectives: “Jidai-geki (historical),” “Gendai-geki (modern),” and “Anime.” He notes that “Western films exist as an extension of photography, whereas Japanese films are more extensions of kabuki, noh, and other traditional performing arts”. In Me in Me, he uses the distinctive performance, camera work, and narrative-setting of these three cinematic worlds to express representative aspects of Japanese film.


Making Chinatown, Boom and Doom of Four Seasons and Mantra Wheel at Vitamin Creative Space, Art Basel 43

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Ming Wong, Zheng Guogu, Hao Liang, Duan Jianyu, Yangjiang Group, Lee Kit and Koki Tanaka were part of Vitamin Creative Space’s booth at Art Basel 43. For more information visit Vitamin’s website: www.vitamincreativespace.com    


Reviews for “Making Chinatown” by Ming Wong at REDCAT

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Read exhibition reviews in ARTFORUM, frieze, Art Asia Pacific, and LA Weekly for Ming Wong’s “Making Chinatown” at REDCAT…


fuel4talk: Ming Wong with Aram Moshayedi

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March 22, 2012 at hG

Video screening and conversation

FUEL: Chinese

Artist; Berlin, Germany (b. Singapore)