Tang Kwong San (b. 1992, China) received his BA in Fine Arts from RMIT University, Australia, in 2019. His practice combines photographs, drawings, objects and videos that trace intergenerational family memories and social history. Through reorganising and reinterpreting old belongings, family photo albums and documents in a range of media, Tang explores the subtle, intricate and complex connections between longing, loss and belonging. He currently lives and works in Hong Kong. 


Recent solo exhibitions include “Midnight Sun” (Contemporary by Angela Li, 2022), “Nightbirds” (Gallery EXIT, 2021), and “Wandering. At sea” (Hidden Space, 2020). His works have been exhibited in prominent group exhibitions among them “Landing on the East”, (Diana Cheung Experimental Gallery of Hong Kong Art Centre, 2011), “SPACE and MEMORY” (Whitestone Gallery, 2021) and “XX Hong Kong Art School 20th Anniversary” (Pao Galleries of Hong Kong Art Centre, 2020).