Stanley Wong

Copying the copycats: local artist explores mainland culture

A Chinese restaurant with a miniature table setting inside a fish tank

Stanley Wong Ping-pui sees the extraordinary in the ordinary.

Friday, 22 March, 2013, 11:15am

Exhibition gives insights into world of photographers and how they see it

Artist Stanley Wong Ping-pui's photo exhibition, entitled 'To see: to be seen', attracted a large crowd of artists, celebrities and socialites to the Pao Galleries at the Hong Kong Arts Centre in Wan Chai last Wednesday.

7 May 2012 - 12:00am

To Begin With, There's No Matter.

Photographs (such as to begin with, there's no matter.08/ Hong Kong/ China/ 2007, above) by anothermountainman (Stanley Wong) of empty notice boards communicating Hong Kong's need for more open spaces. Mon-Fri, 10am-8pm, Sat, 2pm-6pm, Goethe-Gallery, Goethe-Institut HK, 14/F HK Arts Centre, 2 Harbour Rd, Wan Chai. Inquiries: 2802 0088. Ends Sept 25

8 Sep 2010 - 12:00am

Forming a closer relationship

The establishment four years ago of the Closer Economic Partnership Arrangement (Cepa) between the mainland and Hong Kong has led to a boost in the number of tourists crossing the border during 'golden weeks' - a time of big spending. In that time, local retail banks have been studying their mainland clients and learning about their investment thinking and habits.

12 Oct 2007 - 12:00am

Peek practice

Anothermountainman draws inspiration from everyday objects and scenes. Whether they're red, white and blue bags, Chinese characters or street rallies, he says their aesthetics tell the most interesting and honest stories about our history, culture and lifestyle.

19 Aug 2007 - 12:00am

Home is where the art is

An artist's Kennedy Town residence combines minimalism with alluring natural materials to provide the perfect setting for an eclectic collection.

21 May 2006 - 12:00am

The ordinary art of red, white and blue

They are a symbol of strength, reliability and the hard work of the ordinary man worldwide. They are seen balanced on the heads of African ladies waiting at bus stops, hanging at roadside stalls in South America and in the hands of amahs at local markets.

5 Dec 2004 - 12:00am