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劉清平

LAU Ching-Ping

香港國際攝影節主席
Chairman of HK International Photo Festival

 

使用語言:英語EN、粵語CT、華語CN

劉清平,生活於香港,從事攝影、設計、教育和創作。

曾於香港理工太古設計學院(現香港理工大學)學習設計和攝影。

現為香港國際攝影節主席 (2018-) 。

曾任《娜移》攝影藝術雜誌編委成員;香港中文大學、香港大學專業進修學院、香港藝術學院、光影作坊、香港文化博物館、M+博物館兼任講師。

曾參與展覽包括:香港:人與環境」(1984)、香港「城市變奏:香港藝術家西方媒介近作展」(1992)、「當代香港藝術雙年展」(1992)、「中、港、台當代攝影展」(1994)、「香港論」(1998)、「香港觀記」(2005)、香港文化博物館「城市漫遊者」(2010)、「I Think It Rains: Burger Collection’s Quadrilogy 2」(2013);連州國際攝影年展(2006)、平遙國際攝影節 (2011 & 2014)、韓國首爾Total Museum of Contemporary Art「相對性都市」(2013)。

為WYNG Masters Award 特別委約攝影獎(空氣計劃)得主 (2013-2014)。

2017出版《薄如空氣》攝影集。2016年提名參選Prix Pictet (Space)。

作品為廣東美術館、香港文化博物館、Google Art Project藝術計畫及私人收藏。

 

 

LAU Ching-Ping, living in Hong Kong, makes creative work on photography, design and education. He studied design and photography in the Swire School of Design of HK Polytechnic (now HK Polytechnic University).

He is the current chair of HK International Photo Festival (2018-). 

He had been co-editor of photo art magazine ‘Dislocation’, part-time lecturer of the CUHK, HKU Space, HK Art School, Lumenvisum, HK Heritage Museum and M+ Museum. 

His works was exhibited in “Hong Kong: Man and Environment” (1984), “City Vibrance : Recent Works in Western Media by Hong Kong Artists” (1992), “Contemporary Hong Kong Art Biennial” (1992), “Contemporary Photography from Mainland China, Hong Kong and Taiwan” (1994), “On Hong Kong” (1998), “Hong Kong Four Cast” (2005) ,’City Flâneur: Social Documentary Photography’ (2010) at HK Heritage Museum, ‘I Think It Rains: Burger Collection’s Quadrilogy 2’ (2013) , “Lianzhou Int’l Photo Festival” (2006), Pingyao Int’l Photo Festival (2011 & 2014), ‘Relativity in City’ (2013) at the Total Museum of Contemporary Art in Seoul. 

WYNG Master Award AIR Project Winner (2013-2014). “Thin as air” Photo art book published (2017). Nomination of Prix Picket 2016 (Space).

His works are collected in various institutions, including the Guangdong Museum of Art, the Hong Kong Heritage Museum, Google art project and private collectors.

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