Announcing our Artists Line-up ⎹ ACC @ Art Basel Hong Kong 2022


Announcing our Artists Line-up ⎹ ACC @ Art Basel Hong Kong 2022

Welcome to ACC@Art Basel weekly feature, which aims to update our subscribers who and what will be at our spectacular 60th anniversary exhibition! In this weekly bulletin, we are excited to announce the line-up of 22 ACC alumni artists who will showcase some of their best works at this celebratory exhibition. Stay tuned to our sneak preview each week and be the first to explore our special curatorial selection!

ACC @ Art Basel Hong Kong 2022
May 27 to May 29 (Preview on May 25 & May 26)
 Institution Booth

Au Hoi Lam ⎹ Ho Siu Kee ⎹ Phoebe Hui ⎹ Hung Keung

Kwan Pun Leung ⎹ Jaffa Lam ⎹ Lam Tung Pang

Lee Chi Hoi ⎹ Leung Chi Wo⎹ Otto Li ⎹ Ivy Ma

Pak Sheung Chuen ⎹ Beatrix Pang ⎹ So Hing Keung ⎹ Tang Kwok Hin

Annie Wan ⎹ Doris Wong ⎹ Fiona Wong ⎹ Morgan Wong ⎹ Wong Wo Bik


Week 1 Highlights:
Wong Wo Bik, Doris Wong and Lee Chi Hoi

Wong Wo Bik (1993 Fellow)
Ice-skating, Lai Yuen Amusement Park (now demonlished)
76 x 76 cm
Photography, colour inkject fine-art paper 

Wong Wo Bik (1993 Fellow) has a long and active career as a photographic and media artist. She has participated in 10+ solo and 100+ local and international duo/group exhibitions since 1980. Best known for her photographic documentation of buildings and architecture with historical and cultural significance in Hong Kong, she was awarded the "Hong Kong Women Excellence in the Six Arts" by Hong Kong Federation of Women (2013), and the Certificate of Commendation from the Secretary for Home Affairs (2010). Her works have been collected by Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Hong Kong M+ Museum, Guangdong Museum of Art, Archive of Modern Conflict, UK, SOHO House and private collectors.


Wong Wai Yin, Doris (2009 Fellow)
Babies Never Judge You
84 x 59 cm
Acrylic on paper


Doris Wong (2009 Fellow) is adept at a variety of mediums, including painting, sculpture, collage, installation and photography. Highly conceptual, her works depart from conventional artist forms and expressions, dealing with autobiographical narratives, episodic memory, and playful intervention with art history.  Wong’s recent exhibitions include “A Place never been seen is not a Place” at Oi!, Hong Kong (2017), “Without trying” at Spring Workshop (2016), as well as group exhibitions including “A Hundred Years of Shame – Songs of Resistance and Scenarios for Chinese Nations” at Para/Site (2015), “Man’s Future Fund” at ART FAIR TOKYO (2014), and “Mobile M+: Yau Ma Tei”, presented by West Kowloon Cultural District.

                                                            Lee Chi Hoi (2011 Fellow)
New World Center 
35 x 55 cm
Pencil on paper 

Lee Chi Hoi (2011 Fellow)
New World Center 3
35 x 80 cm
Pencil on paper 

Lee Chi Hoi (2011 Fellow), also known as Chihoi, has liked drawing since childhood and is a self-taught artist. In 1996, he began to release comics, illustrations and writing in the local media, and later in various international anthologies. His major published comic books include Library & I’m with my Saint (2018) and Still Life (2003). Collaborative projects include Hijacking – Comic Hong Kong Literature (2007); and The Train (2007).  His comics have been translated into Italian, English and Finnish. Selected solo exhibitions include "Time Effaces Time", Project Fulfill Art Space (2021) (Taipei); "Library & 6F Basement", ACO Art Space (2019) (Hong Kong); and "A Very Long Walk", Gallery Exit, Dangdai Taipei Art Fair (2019) (Taipei).

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We are most grateful to Art Basel for providing venue support for the ACC 60th Anniversary Exhibition.