A still of an imprisoned cow from Fables 2 (2019), an animated video inspired by Aesop’s fables by Hong Kong artist Wong Ping. Image: Courtesy of Wong Ping / Edouard Malingue Gallery / Tanya Bonakdar Gallery A still of an imprisoned cow from Fables 2 (2019), an animated video inspired by Aesop’s fables by Hong Kong artist Wong Ping. Image: Courtesy of Wong Ping / Edouard Malingue Gallery / Tanya Bonakdar Gallery
A still of an imprisoned cow from Fables 2 (2019), an animated video inspired by Aesop’s fables by Hong Kong artist Wong Ping. Image: Courtesy of Wong Ping / Edouard Malingue Gallery / Tanya Bonakdar Gallery
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Hong Kong artist Wong Ping’s darkly humorous animated videos ‘talk about things which are kind of taboo but experienced by people in their daily life’

  • Emerging artist Wong Ping’s distinctive low-grade aesthetic and taboo subject matter has captured the interest of cultural institutions the world over
  • He started making animations as a hobby to distract him from his monotonous day job doing post-production work in the television industry

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A still of an imprisoned cow from Fables 2 (2019), an animated video inspired by Aesop’s fables by Hong Kong artist Wong Ping. Image: Courtesy of Wong Ping / Edouard Malingue Gallery / Tanya Bonakdar Gallery A still of an imprisoned cow from Fables 2 (2019), an animated video inspired by Aesop’s fables by Hong Kong artist Wong Ping. Image: Courtesy of Wong Ping / Edouard Malingue Gallery / Tanya Bonakdar Gallery
A still of an imprisoned cow from Fables 2 (2019), an animated video inspired by Aesop’s fables by Hong Kong artist Wong Ping. Image: Courtesy of Wong Ping / Edouard Malingue Gallery / Tanya Bonakdar Gallery
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