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’

//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’

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’

This summer, Hong Kong artist Wong Ping should have been in New York for the opening of his solo exhibition at New Museum, which has been postponed to March next year due to the coronavirus pandemic. The delay, however, is not likely to affect the 36-year-old’s rising international trajectory.Wong is known primarily for his vivid animated films that convey dark undertones; Jungle of Desire (2015), for example, features an impotent husband hiding in a wardrobe secretly watching his prostitute…

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