YEUNG HOK TAK



YEUNG HOK TAK

Hong Kong | B.1970

Yeung Hok Tak was born in 1970 and grew up in Hong Kong. In 2002, his first personal comic book "How Blue Was My Valley" was published, and it began to attract attention. He then started to create a comic column, "Pyschic's Fairy Tales" every week, which was eventually published as a six-book collection. His two other publications are Yonkoma manga named "Cool Blooded Theatre". In recent years, he has attempted to produce large-scale paintings. He held his first solo exhibition at the Hulahoop Gallery in Hong Kong in 2008. After that he participated in various group exhibitions and gained appreciation from Yoshitomo Nara in 2013. He was subsequently invited to showcase his work together with Mel Stringer, an Australian artist at FOIL Gallery in Kyoto, Japan. In March 2016, he held another large solo exhibition at the Harbour City Gallery in Hong Kong: The Harbour, and has since been fully devoted himself to painting.

Unwrapped

11 Jan - 10 Feb 2020
Area 36
Shibuya, Tokyo, Japan

KIAF Art Seoul 2019

25 - 29 Sep 2019
COEX, Seoul
REPUBLIC OF KOREA

Yeung Hok Tak
Fly, Dragonfly!


Opening 2 Aug 2019
Public 3 - 25 Aug 2019
JPS Art Gallery (Japan), Tokyo, Japan

Art Taipei 2018

26 - 29 Oct 2018
Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Hall
TAIWAN (R.O.C.)