Established in 1991, Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery has expanded into a gallery of repute in Hong Kong through its organization of over a hundred exhibitions, eleven major art events at museums, production of over thirty-five art catalogues, and publications of one hundred and twenty-five lithographs. It has promoted in total around a hundred artists from more than ten different countries, who together represent a comprehensive range of artistic traditions and practices.
Kwai Fung Hin Art Gallery specializes in 20th century modern Chinese art and Asian Contemporary Art, with a focus on artists who have extensive artistic and cultural experience in the West, China and greater Asia Pacific region. They have not only mastered the spirit of Oriental culture but have also been influenced by modern Western ideology, art and culture. They have infused contemporary elements into the existing artistic tradition, opening a new chapter of art development.
Kwai Fung Hin has published the highly acclaimed monographic book on the entire art career for French-Chinese abstract master Zao Wou-ki in three languages (Chinese, English and French); organised the first solo exhibition “Exotica” for US-based Chinese contemporary ink master Li Huayi and supported his solo exhibition “Fantasies on Paper and Enchantments in Gold” at Suzhou Museum; organized the first solo exhibition “Vision from His Ink Works” for renowned contemporary artist, scholar and educationalist Pan Gongkai, the retrospective exhibition “Singing in Colours and Dancing in Ink” for Lalan; the retrospective exhibition “Colours of Fragrance” for Walasse Ting, “Fleeting Eternities” for Korean abstract painter Myonghi, and “Sleepers” for Japanese super-realistic artist Atsushi Suwa.
Most recently, Kwai Fung Hin has published the monograph Li Huayi – Landscapes from a Master’s Heart under a joint venture with Rizzoli International Publications, which provides bird’s eye views as well as microscopic details of the artist’s work throughout his career to present-day.