Fung Lik-yan Kevin 馮力仁

Kevin Fung, born in 1964 in Hong Kong, has switched from his trained profession of engineering to devoting fully to art. He obtained the Diploma of Contemporary Sculpture from University of Hong Kong in 1993, followed by his studies with the renowned sculptor Tong King Sum.
His art represents the daily routines of Hong Kong’s middle class, as well as the challenges and pressures they face. Fung considers the interaction of different walks of life and the daily routine of labour as the fabric of society. Through his works, he also depicts the impact these activities have on the people. 
Fung’s works have been selected in the 15th Hong Kong Art Biennale, the Visual Arts Tomorrow Competition and the Philippe Charriol Foundation Art Competition. In 2008, he won the Award of Excellence in the 30th Anniversary Art Award of the Hong Kong Arts Centre. His works can be seen in various public spaces, and have been collected by private collectors, universities, institutions and museums. His works have also been auctioned at Sotheby's in the “Contemporary Asian Art”unit. Fung is now an expert consultant to the Hong Kong Museum of Art.