17May - 18 Aug 2013| Group | The Eternal Tao | Hong Kong Museum of Art


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3 Mar - April, 2013 | Solo | Travel and Leisure in Four Seasons | 28/F, Prosperity Tower

Lam Tung Pang’s Solo Exhibition ‘Travel and Leisure in Four Seasons’ and the launch of Art of Living Journal of the same title and the micro-film

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2nd March – April, 2013 10:00am – 8:00pm (Monday to Sunday) 28/F, Prosperity Tower, 39 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong +852 2153 3812

1st – 31st May 2013 | Group Show | Hong Kong Eye | ArtisTree, Hong Kong

Vanish 2008_A4printing

Lam Tung-pang / Vanish / Charcoal, acrylic, oils and burnt paper on plywood / 240x240x5cm (120x240cm each panel) / 2008

10:00am to 6:00pm
1/F Cornwall House, TaiKoo Place, 979 King’s Road, Island East, Hong Kong

12 May-23 Sep 2013 | Group Show | Intelligence Infinity: Inspiration through Art | Hong Kong Heritage Museum

Thematic Gallery (5) & Courtyard

Lam Tung-pang / Things Happened on the Island / Acrylics, charcoal, pencil, scale model and wooden toys on plywood / H 244 x 700 x W 60cm / Acrylics, charcoal, pencil, scale model and wooden toys on plywood / 2013

Participating Artists:

Chris Cheung, Cheng Kar-wai, Henry Chu, Steven Chu, Kevin Fung, Lam Mui-ling, Lam Tung-pang, Carol Lee, Lung Heung-wing, Anson Tsang, Kenneth Tse, Pacino Wan, Humphrey Wong, Wong Tin-yan, Lio Yeung, Clement Yick

17May-30Jun, 2013 | Group Show | I Think It Rains | Cattle Depot Artist Village in Hong Kong

May 16: Soft opening of the exhibition I Think It Rains (May 17 - June 30)
May 23: Launch of Torrent Magazine n° 1
May 24: Performance Day
October 17: Opening of the second exhibition (October 18 - December 15)

Lam Tung-pang | Disappeared Hong Kong Art (90s) - (1) Prof. Kurt Chan

Burger Collection is pleased to announce the launch of a three-year exhibition and research project developed and realized with 1a space, an independent artist-run organization in Hong Kong.   The project will open in May 2013 with the multi-disciplinary exhibition I Think It Rains at the heritage site of the Cattle Depot Artist Village in Hong Kong. This first phase of the project unfolds from May until December 2013. Its major components will consist in artist residencies, panels and workshops, as well as the production of ephemera and a catalog documenting the yearlong productions. I Think It Rains brings together artists, writers, and critics invited by Burger Collection and 1a space in a tentative of creating a cross-disciplinary collaborative model. I Think It Rains will emphasize the multi-faceted practices of the participating artists and writers ranging from mixed-media work to installations, pseudo-writing, or radio-programs, and the like.

Artists and writers: Bani Abidi (b. 1971, Pakistan), Fiona Banner (b. 1966, United Kingdom), Pierre Bismuth (b. 1963, France), Muhanned Cader (b. 1966, Sri Lanka), Filipa César (b. 1975, Portugal), Alejandro Cesarco (b. 1975, Uruguay), Enoch Cheung (b. 1970, Hong Kong), Pak Sheung Chuen (b. 1977, China), Choi Yan-chi (b. 1949, Hong Kong), Ng Ka Chun (b. 1985, Hong Kong), Chow Yiu Fai (b. 1961, Hong Kong), Ryan Gander (b. 1976, United Kingdom), Florian Germann (b. 1978, Switzerland), Gao Weigang (b. 1976, China), Jon Kessler (b. 1957, United States), Kingsley Ng (b. 1980, Hong Kong), Lam Tung Pang (b. 1978 Hong Kong), Lau Ching Ping (b.1963, Hong Kong), Vittorio Santoro, (b. 1962, Switzerland), Fiete Stolte (b. 1979, Germany), Annie Lai-kuen Wan (b. 1961, Hong Kong), and Cally Yu (b. 1968, Hong Kong).
Core team members of Burger Collection and 1a space: Choi Yan-chi (artist),

Enoch Cheung (artist), Linda Jensen (curatorial assistant), Daniel Kurjaković (curator), and Cally Yu (writer).


14-27Apr 2013 | Group Show | Painting On and On 3 - Melting Pot | School of Creative Media, City University of Hong Kong

L3, CMC Gallery
Run Run Shaw Creative Media Centre, City University of Hong Kong

Daily 12-8pm


Lam Tung-pang / Land escape no.6 /  H2.44x4m /  Acrylics, charcoal, scale model and clay on plywood / 2013