Tang Contemporary Art

Woo Kukwon

May 5 – Jun 11, 2022
Opening: Thursday, May 5, 6 – 8pm

Carnival by Woo Kukwon, Oil on canvas, 162.2 x 130.3 cm, 2022. Courtesy the artist and Tang Contemporary.

Tang Contemporary Art, Hong Kong presents the solo exhibition of Woo Kukwon, a promising artist from Korea. The artist has worked on paintings and installations focusing on the growth of human self-consciousness from his debut exhibition The Rainbow Connection (2009) to I’m your father (2021), his last exhibition where he re-examined his father’s works from the son’s point of view. In the current exhibition at Tang Contemporary Art, Woo explores his autobiographical growth and self-transformation through paintings depicting ancient Carnival ceremonies with iconic characters from fairytales and mythologies.

Chen Danqing / Feature / June 21, 2019 
Shen Ling / Review / April 10, 2019
Huang Yongping, Shen Yuan / Review / May 19, 2018
Wang Du / Review / January 15, 2017
Zhao Zhao / Review / September 30, 2016

10/F, H Queen’s, 80 Queen’s Road, Central
T (852) 2119 5900
Tu-Sa 11am – 7pm

Tang Contemporary Art is a Hong Kong, Beijing and Bangkok-based art gallery, representing some leading key figures in Contemporary Chinese art. As one of the most critically driven exhibition spaces in Asia, Tang Contemporary Art is fully committed to promote local and international art, and encourage the dynamic exchange between artists and audiences.

Represented artists
Ai Weiwei, Liu Xiaodong, Wang Du, Guo Wei, Ling Jian, Peng Yu & Sun Yuan, Vasan Sitthiket, Preeyachanok Ketsuwan, Chatchai Suphin