Artist | Tam Kar Wing
Mixed Media/ Collage
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About Tam Kar Wing
Tam earned his Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) art degree from RMIT University in 2006, and obtained his Master degree of Fine Arts in Creative Media at the City University of Hong Kong. He devoted to participating fully in exhibitions to enhance his aspirations by taking part in the reputable art competitions. He sequentially awarded the finalist qualification in IFVA, Hong Kong Biennial in 2009 and Philippe Charriol Foundation Arts Competition in 2005 and 2006 respectively.
Tam attaches passion to controversial issue but negligible sociality contents as his subject matter of paintings. It is also his vision to bring along the art into the community by accumulating the experience of arts practicing.
2008–2011 CityUniversityofHongKong Master of Fine Arts in Creative Media (MFACM)
2006 Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT) University (Co- presented with The Hong Kong Art School)
Bachelor of Arts (Fine Art) Major: Painting
2001 City University of Hong Kong Diploma in Computer Animation and Digital Effect
1993 The Hong Kong Polytechnic University Certificate in Foundation Design
Song Zhuang Festival 2010 , Beijing Studio Center, Beijing, China
Hong Kong Contemporary Art Biennial Award 2009 , Hong Kong Museum of Art, HK
"Superstitions - The Citywalk-a series of solo exhibition by local artist" , Citywalk, The Sino Group, HK
"Our AV Girl" , Red Mill Gallery, The Vermont Studio Centre, USA
"To Be...a year after(To be, or...)" , White Tube, The Hong Kong Arts Centre, HK
"Glittering in the Factory" , Jockey Club Creation Arts Centre & Meta4, HK
"Three matters" + open studio , Jockey Club Creation Arts Centre L211, HK
2007- "Love Don't Stop" , HKLGFF + 7Artists + 5 Gay Venues
"Selfishness History" , White Tube, The Hong Kong Arts Centre, HK
"New Trend 2007" , Artist Commune, HK
"Momentum" Art Exhibition , Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre, HK
"Collision" Art Exhibition , 1a space, HK
2006- “Tree or Not” Environment Art Sculpture and Installation Exhibition, Kadoorie Farm & Botanic Garden, HK
“Crackers”, a program of the of the Hong Kong Art Biennial 2005, Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre, HK
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