Lisa Cheung

Location: London
Website: www.lisacheung.com
Bio:

Lisa Cheung was born in Hong Kong 1969 and raised in Toronto, Canada.

She was educated at Queen’s University, Kingston (Bachelors of Fine Arts, 1989-92), Goldsmiths College, University of London (Post Graduate Diploma of Arts,
1996-97; Master of Arts, 1997-98).

Exhibitions:

Solo Exhibitions, Projects and Commissions

2015 “Casino Road”, Alicia Rey Gallery, Madrid
2014 “Operation Deep Freeze”, Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London
2011-13 “Summer Palace”, View Tube Garden, London
2010 “Huert-o-bus”, Madrid Abierto, Madrid
“A Dish to Die For”, Tatton Park Biennial, Cheshire
2009 “Mobile Allotment”, Nightingale Estate, Woolwich, London
"Velo-Rel-La”, Radar Arts Programme, Loughborough University, Loughbourgh
2008 “El Club de los Dedos Verde”, Intermediae, Madrid
“Fountain of Clear Ripples”, Cliffe Castle, Keighley
2007 “New Chandeliers”, Hoxton Hall, London
“Summer Palace”, A Foundation & Southport Flower Show, Liverpool
2006 “Whispering Roses”, Museum of Garden History, London (pub.)
“Firefies”, Seoul Fringe Festival, Seoul
“Spirit of Gosport”, Aspex Gallery (offsite), Portsmouth (pub.)
“Secret Lives of Hours and Minutes”, ACE offces, London
2005 “I asked her and she said yes”, Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester
“Pique Nique”, Firstsite at Minories Art Gallery, Colchester (pub.)

Collaborative Projects and Commissions

2014 “Creative Roots” (with Avant Gardening) on Nine Elms Estate,
London & Mereside Estate, Blackpool
2013 “Hip Hawker” (with Sammy Delgado Escobar), Somerset
2011 “Café Konvertible”, (with Sammy Delgado Escobar), Somerset Arts Weeks,
Somerset
2010 “Konvertible”, (with Sammy Delgado Escobar),
Bedford Creative Arts, Bedford

Collective Exhibitions

2014 “I was therefore I am”, Reddose, Sydney, Australia
2008 “Contemporary Chinoisere”, Collyer Bristow Gallery, London
“China Design Now”, Liberty, London
“Tatton Park Biennial”, Tatton Park, Cheshire
2007 “Human Cargo”, Plymouth Museum and Art Gallery, Plymouth
“Boutique”, Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester
“Celebrando”, Intermediae, Madrid