Samson YOUNG

Born in 1979, HK, Samson Young now lives and works in HK. Young received a PhD in composition at Princeton University under the supervision of computer music pioneer Paul Lansky.  Originally trained in music composition, Samson Young’s  creative outputs now manifest in a variety of media and across disciplinary divide. His work has been internationally presented in IV Moscow Biennale of Young Art (2014) and Shanghai West Bund Biennale of Architecture and Contemporary Art (2013). CNN’s global portal identified him as one of the “Top 20 People to Watch in Hong Kong”.

PAK Sheung Chuen

Born in 1977, Fujian, Pak Sheung Chuen now works in painting and conceptual art in Hong Kong. His solos include Killing 3000 (2012), He Xiangning Art Museum (Shenzhen,China); Hong Kong Diary 2010, Hong Kong Museum of Art (Hong Kong); Making (Perfect) Wold (2009), 53rd Venice Biennale, Hong Kong Pavilion (Venice);  Page 22 (2008), 58th Street Branch, New York Public Library (New York).He has participated in numerous international exhibitions, biennials and triennials. He represented Hong Kong to the 53rd Venice Biennale (2009). His exhibition got the best stand prize in Frieze London (2012). At the same year, he got the Best Artist Award in the Chinese Contemporary Art Awards (CCAA 2012) and Hong Kong Arts Development Awards (HKADA 2012).

Annie WAN

Born in Hong Kong, Annie Wan now lives in HK and works at Hong Kong Baptist University. Her recent solos include Text · Book (2013),1a Space (HK) and Moulding World - A Summer in Denmark (2005), the Habitus (HK). Rediscovery (2001),  First Institute of Art and Design Gallery (HK). Annie’s work has also been presented at Museum of Contemporary Ceramic Art (2013, Shigaraki, Japan), Saatchi Gallery (2012, London) and Museum of International Ceramic Art, (2004, Denmark). She was the award winner of Contemporary Hong Kong Art Biennial Exhibition (2003).


Born in 1968 Hong Kong, Leung Chi Wo lives and works in Hong Kong. His recent solo exhibitions include So I don’t really know sometimes if it’s because of culture (2014), Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre (Hong Kong); Jonathan & Muragishi (2013), ISCP (New York); Untitled (2012), Hong Kong Arts Centre (Hong Kong); Leung Chi Wo, Rokeby (London); Depot of Disappearance (2009), AiR base, MuseumsQuartier (Vienna).Leung has been presented internationally at the 3rd Shanghai Biennale (2000), the 49th Venice Biennale (2001), the 4th Gwangju Biennale (2002), the 2nd, 3rd and 4th Guangzhou Triennials (2005, 2008, 2012), the 5th Busan Biennale (2006) and the 4th Marrakech Biennale (2012) amongst others.


Born in 1978, Hong Kong, Lee Kit now lives and works in Hong Kong. His solos have been internationally presented, including Henry (2011) at Weston Front, Vancouver; Hands (2010) at MiArt 2009, Milan; ‘Well, that’s just a chill.’ (2010) at ShugoArts, Tokyo; I’m missing someone but I don’t know who is that someone (2009), Seoul; Remains from several days (2008), Mori Gallery (Sydney); (Ready-made) Everyday (2008), Enjoy Public Art Gallery (New Zealand). He received Cheung’s Fine Arts Award (painting), The Art of CUHK2003. Lee’s work has been presented in the Tate Modern, London (2010) and the 3th Guangzhou Triennial (2008).