art : zen — anothermountainman’s creative life journeyVIEW EVENT DETAILS
Art for Breakfast with Stanley Wong
It is with great honor to invite an artist, photographer, designer, and film maker Stanley Wong aka anothermountainman who is on his way to Echigo Tsumari Art Field for his solo exhibition, and join us for Art for Breakfast. No stranger to Asia Society, Mr. Wong lives and works in Hong Kong with his works currently at M+, Hong Kong Palace Museum, and Hong Kong Museum of Art to name a few. Apart from his award-winning career in advertising and graphic design, Wong is also passionate about photography and various creative mediums with a focus on social issues and philosophical aspects. His attachment to his native land is also reflected in his art.
Mr. Wong’s excellence in photography and fine arts have been recognized in numerous exhibitions and awards. Today, he will share with us his evolution and journey throughout his career as an artist and reflections on art and zen in a presentation titled: “art : zen/ anothermountainman’s creative life journey”.
Event and Registration Details
- This event will be conducted in in-person and online, and registration is required.
- In-person participation is for members and guests only. Please pay your fee by credit card or at the door.
- Online participation is open to the public and free.
Stanley Wong a.k.a. anothermountainman
Artist, photographer, designer, and creative director
Stanley Wong is a visual communicator. He gained international awareness at the 51st Venice Biennale in 2005 representing Hong Kong with his ‘redwhiteblue’ series, representing the ‘positive spirit of Hong Kong’. He established 84000 Communications in 2007, branching out his creative career.
Wong is the recipient of more than 600 local and international awards for his art, design, photography and advertising works. Many of his artworks have been exhibited in local and overseas galleries and museums, while collectors include Hong Kong M+ and London V&A Museum. Wong was awarded the Artist of the Year 2011 (Visual Arts) from the Hong Kong Arts Development Awards, and the Hong Kong Contemporary Art Awards 2012 from the Hong Kong Museum of Art. In 2020, He was named DFA World’s Outstanding Chinese Designer.
(In-person: Members & guests only / Online: Open to the public)
International House of Japan B1
For event details visit https://asiasociety.org/japan/events/art-zen-anothermountainmans-creative-life-journey (In-person: Members & guests only / Online: Open to the public) International House of Japan B1