Chui Chi-hung  徐子雄
 
   

 

Chui Tze-hung was born in Hong Kong at 1936. He graduated from the Department of Chinese Art and Literature of China College, and studied print-making with Joan Farnar and ink painting with Lu Shou-kun. Chui has served as visiting Lecturer at the Swire School of Design, Hong Kong Polytechnic. He teaches art at the Hong Kong Ching Ying Institute of Visual Arts, the Department of Extra-mural Studies of the University of Hong Kong and the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Chui is an art critic and a writer and his works are frequently exhibited in Hong Kong and various countries, including 'Contemporary Hong Kong Art Biennial Exhibition' (Hong Kong Museum of Art, 1969-79, 1994), 'Freshness in Chinese Art Painting' (American Library Hong Kong. 1984), and 'Urban Council Fine Arts Award Winners Exhibition' (Hong Kong Museum of Art, 1995), etc.
Chui also won the urban Council Fine Arts Award (Painting-Chinese Media. 1979, Chinese Calligraphy 1994)

Chiu is experienced in Chinese and Western painting. Using ink and color combined with calligraphy and collage in his current creation, he establishes his innovative style. By emphasizing the interaction of brushstrokes and spatial arrangement, his calligraphy goes beyond tradition.


External Links:
• Chui's works collected by Hong Kong Museum of Art
• Artist's biography prepared by The Hong Kong Art Archive, Hong Kong University

 


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