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Tsang Kin Wah Limited Edition Plates - Set of 4 - White

Tsang Kin Wah Limited Edition Plates - Set of 4 - White

HK$4,400.00
Dimensions (in cm)
Width: 30.00

A boxed set of 4 fine bone china sinner plates by Tsang Kin Wah (edition of 50)

TSANG Kin-Wah (b.1976) was born in China and is a graduate of the Chinese University of Hong Kong and Camberwell College of Arts at the London Institute. Tsang participated in various group exhibitions such as Reversing Horizons (Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai, Shanghai), You Cannot Clone It, But You Can Buy It (ArtChina Gallery, Hamburg), Art Fair Tokyo 2007 (Tokyo), Good/Bad­ (Museum of Dostoevsky, St. Petersburg), The State of Things (National Museum of Art, Architecture and Design, Oslo), 30x30 (Vertigo Gallery, London), Hong Kong Art Biennial (2001, 2003, 2005), and has been presented in the solo exhibitions Space – Installation Exhibition by TSANG Kin-Wah (Room With A View, Shanghai, 2004)

He is a recipient of the Hong Kong Art Biennial’s 2001 Prize of Excellence, the 2005 Sovereign Asian Art Prize, the 2007 Tokyo TDC Prize and his works are found in key collections worldwide, including the Sovereign Art Foundation, Museum of Design, Zurich, the Camberwell College of Arts, London, the Hong Kong Museum of Art, and the Hong Kong Heritage Museum.

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