Ling Pui Sze, known to her friends as CC, is an emerging Chinese artist who works in a wide variety of media including collage, installation and painting. Inspired by life’s building blocks such as cells, water and earth, she produces large-scale pieces with intricate patterns resembling life under a microscope.
The artist was born in 1989 in Guangzhou, the capital city of Guangdong Province in southeast China. At the age of eight, Ling relocated to Hong Kong where she obtained her Bachelor of Fine Arts from The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) in 2012. The same year, her debut individual show entitled Metamorphosis was on display at the CUHK. Her second solo exhibition It all begins in the sea was held at the Gallery EXIT in Hong Kong in 2014. She has participated in group exhibitions throughout Hong Kong including China Art Projects, EC Gallery and Alisan Fine Arts.
Her work is currently exhibited in group show entitled Back to the Future at The Cat Street Gallery in Hong Kong. The show will be on display until 20th February, 2016.
The artist is represented by The Cat Street Art Gallery.
Images courtesy © the artist
|2015-2016||Back To The Future||The Cat Street Gallery, Hong Kong||Group|
|2015||Ink Asia||Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre||Group|
|2015||12 Unlimited||Haohaus Hsinchu, Taiwan||Group|
|2015||A Legacy of Ink Lui Shou-kwan 40 Years On||Alisan Fine Arts & Hong Kong Arts Centre, Hong Kong||Group|
|2015||2 + 2||EC Gallery, Hong Kong||Group|
|2014||It all begins in the sea||Gallery EXIT, Hong Kong||Solo|
|2014||CC & SE||China Art Projects, Hong Kong||Group|
|2014||Hong Kong ArtWalk 2014||Sheung Wan, Hong Kong||Group|
|2013||Art Basel Hong Kong||Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre||Group|
|2013||disturbances||Gallery EXIT, Hong Kong||Group|
|2013||A Soft Wind Stirs||SOUTHSITE, Hong Kong||Group|
|2013||The Factory of Organisms||Hui Gallery, The Chinese University of Hong Kong||Group|
|2013||Fotanian Open Studio 2013||Hong Kong||Group|
|2012||Metamorphosis||New Asia College Library, The Chinese University of Hong Kong||Solo|
|2012||dOCUMENTA(13.1)||Hui Gallery, The Chinese University of Hong Kong||Group|
|2012||Fotanian Open Studio 2012||Fotan, Hong Kong||Group|
|2012||CUHK 2012||The Chinese University of Hong Kong||Group|
|2011||Androgyny||New Asia College Library, The Chinese University of Hong Kong||Group|
|2011||Fotanian Open Studio 2011||Fotan, Hong Kong||Group|
|2011||CUHK 2011||The Chinese University of Hong Kong||Group|
|2010||CUHK 2010||The Chinese University of Hong Kong||Group|