Lee Ka-sing


Lee Ka-sing, a photo-based artist, grew up in Hong Kong and has resided in Toronto, Canada since 1997. He was the co-founder of DISLOCATION (1992, with Lau Ching and Holly Lee). In 1995, Ka-sing and Holly founded OP Print Program (aka OP Editions, or Portable Museum), the project covers a cross-section, with original photographs, produced by the Hong Kong contemporary photographers in the nineties. Lee Ka-sing was awarded “Artist of the Year” (1989) by Hong Kong Artists’ Guild, and the Fellowship for Artistic Development (1999) presented by Hong Kong Arts Development Council. Selected monographs include Thirty-one Photographs (1993, Photo Art), Forty Poems, photographs 1995-98 (1998, Ocean & Pounds, Hong Kong Arts Development Council Publication Grant), The Language of Fruits and Vegetables (2004, Hong Kong Heritage Museum), De ci de là des choses (2006, Editions You-Feng).

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Coda (2020), artist book
New Stories (2018), series
Hong Kong. Two Visits (2018), artist book
Meditation (2019), installation
Journal: 50 Gladstone Avenue (2019, ongoing), series