Annysa Ng is a New York-based, Hong Kong-born artist. She studied fine art at Staatliche Akademie der Bildenen Künste in Germany and School of Visual Arts in New York. She was awarded Creative Engagement Grants from LMCC, Manhattan Community Arts Fund, 2009/10 Fellowship recipient from the Urban Artist Initiative/NYC, Osaka Governor Prize by Nippon Modern Fine Arts Association, Fellowship at the National Academy Museum and School in NYC, and Residency at Egon Schiele Art Centrum in Czech Republic. She launched her first solo show in New York in 2005 and her first solo show in London in 2009. Ng's works have been exhibited internationally including the SCOPE art fair in Basel, 'Young Artists from New York 2007' at the Egon Schiele Art Centrum in the Czech Republic, Asian Contemporary Art Fair in New York, the Arts Collection NICHIGENTEN at Osaka Municipal Arts Museum in Japan, and The 9th Chinese National Art Exhibition in Beijing. Her work has been collected by Deutsche Bank, the Stuttgart City Library, Mandarin Oriental Hotel and Georg v. Holtzbrinck GmbH & Co.KG, Germany. In 2008, she was named one of the Ten Talents to Watch by the London Times. In the same year, Ng co-founded an artist collective, Tomato Grey, devoted to the fostering of cultural exchange between practitioners of arts in Hong Kong and in New York.
Circle with Radius of Zero, China 2000 Fine Art, New York, NY
Celestial Revolution, Blindspot Gallery, Hong Kong
Transgress : Beyond the Cultural Borders, La Murrina, New York, NY
Eyes Closed, Blindspot Gallery, Hong Kong
Her Eyes Closed, Holster Projects, London, UK
Galerie Michael Sturm, Stuttgart, Germany (Two person show)
Weave a Maze, Economist Gallery, Fringe Club, Hong Kong
Toupee, Shin Choi Store, New York, NY
Love & Fear, Holasek Weir Gallery, New York, NY
The Color of Wheat, Hong Kong Visual Arts Center, HK
Watercolors by Annysa Ng II, Hong Kong Cultural Center Foyer, HK
Watercolors by Annysa Ng, Exhibition Gallery, Hong Kong Cultural Center, HK
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
49.5, 601Artspace, New York, NY
What Is Feminist Art?, Lawrence A. Fleischman Gallery at The Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
Infinite Narrative, Chinese American Arts Council/Gallery 456, New York, NY
EAST meet WEST, Nancy Lloyd Fine Art, New Hope, PA
To See a World in a Grain of Sand, China 2000 Fine Art, New York, NY
Now and Then : Contemporary Ink vs Antiquities, Anita Chan Lai-ling Gallery at Fringe Club, Hong Kong
Vivid Reflections: Nostalgic Renderings, General Electric Cultural Fine Art gallery, Connecticut, NY
Pulse New York: Galerie Michael Sturm, New York, NY
Resurrection, Observatory at Proteus Gowanus Art Complex, Brooklyn, NY
Cold Castle, Family Business Gallery, New York, NY
Incognito: The Art of Disguise, Neoteric Fine Art, Amagansett, NY
No Trans-national - Liquid Borders and Empty Promises, ISE Cultural Foundation, New York, NY
THE INFLUENTIAL FEMALE - Drawings Inspired by Women in History, Kentler International Drawing Space, Brooklyn, NY
Manifest DESTINY, China 2000 Fine Art, New York, NY
Hong Kong Whispers, 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning, London, UK
Observed, Imagined and Recreated, Longwood Art Gallery @ HOSTOS | The Bronx Council on the Arts, NY
Interwoven: Icons and Ideas, Hampen Art Gallery, University of Massachusetts Amherst, MA
New Shoots Off the Old Truck - Contemporary Chinese art with a Classical Roots, China 2000 Fine Art, New York, NY
On Your Mark: The Inner Necessity Of Both Methodical and Unrestrained Drawing, Cheryl McGinnis Gallery, New York, NY
Tomato Grey: 18 degree of Acclimation, White Box, New York, NY
SCOPE Basel: Holster Projects, Switzerland
Alternate Selves, Lexington Art League, Lexington, Kentucky
Back Room Biennial, LZ Project Space, New York, NY
Art Fair 21: Galerie Michael Sturm, Cologne, Germany
Unbounded, China Square, New York, NY
Glam Shackle & Spice, Gallery Satori, New York, NY
Dare to Struggle, Dare to Win: Emerging Artists from the Chinese Diaspora, Deutsche Bank, New York, NY
The 27th Arts Collection NICHIGENTEN, Osaka Municipal Arts Museum, Japan
Stripped, Holster Project, London, UK
Over the Rainbow of NEXT I(s) Art Project, Yoo Art Space, Seoul, Korea
Asian Contemporary Art Fair, Spotlight: NG/HARIMA/SERNET, New York, NY
Black Milk, Vanina Holasek Gallery, SCOPE Basel International Contemporary Art Fair, Switzerland
Asian Contemporary Art Fair: HNC Culture/Beijing, Pier 92, New York, NY
Young Artists from New York 2007, Egon Schiele Art Centrum, Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic.
Spotlight HK, the Arts House at the Old Parliament House, Singapore.
Who is that Girl, Vanina Holasek Gallery, New York, NY
Medium One, Emergency Arts, New York, NY
The 25th Arts Collection NICHIGENTEN, Osaka Municipal Arts Museum, Japan
Women's Voices, GEDOK e.V., Stuttgart, Germany
Witch Hunt, Richard Shack Gallery, Miami Art Center, FL
The 24th Arts Collection NICHIGENTEN, Osaka Municipal Arts Museum, Japan
Château Marianne, Galerie Michael Sturm, Stuttgart, Germany
The 20th Arts Collection NICHIGENTEN, Osaka Municipal Arts Museum, Japan.
Forward+Rewind=Art, Gallery Meli Melo, Hong Kong
The 14th International Watercolor Exhibition of Asia, Shanghai, China
The 19th Arts Collection NICHIGENTEN, Osaka Municipal Arts Museum, Japan
The XXVIII Federation International Des Societes D'Amateurs D'Exlibris Congress, Boston Public Library, MA
Reflections, Exhibition Gallery, Hong Kong City Hall High Block, HK
The 9th Chinese National Art Exhibition, China Art Gallery, Beijing, China
Entering into 21st century, Greeting year 2000 exhibition on Exlibris, Engraving and Frottage, Exhibition Gallery, Hong Kong Cultural Center, HK
The 18th Arts Collection NICHIGENTEN, Osaka Municipal Arts Museum, Japan
Ours are not still life, Hong Kong Visual Arts Center, HK
The 13th International Watercolor Exhibition of Asia, Juldis Hatyai Plaza, Thailand
The 17th Arts Collection NICHIGENTEN, Osaka Municipal Arts Museum, Japan
For Art's Sake, Hong Kong Visual Arts Center, HK
Arts Exhibition of Hong Kong Artists for Celebrating the Reunification of Hong Kong and China, Hong Kong City Hall Low Block, HK
Tomorrow will be even better, Baptist University, Hong Kong
The 12th International Watercolor Exhibition of Asia, Tottori Municipal Arts Museum, Japan
The 16th Arts Collection NICHIGENTEN, Osaka Municipal Arts Museum, Japan
The 15th Arts Collection NICHIGENTEN, Osaka Municipal Arts Museum, Japan
The 11th International Watercolor Exhibition of Asia, Petronas Gallery, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
The 14th Arts Collection NICHIGENTEN, Osaka Municipal Arts Museum, Japan
2017 Creative Engagement Grants, LMCC, NY
2012 Manhattan Community Arts Fund, NY
2009/10 Fellowship recipient from the Urban Artist Initiative / New York City
2010 Manhattan Community Arts Fund, NY
2007 Fellowship for Mural Workshop, National Academy Museum and School of Fine Arts, New York, NY
1996 Osaka Governor Prize by Nippon Modern Fine Arts Association, Japan
2007 Egon Schiele Art Centrum, Cesky Krumlov, Czech Republic
"Brainstorm! Produce It Yourself: Art Exhibitions", Asian American Arts Alliance
Transnationalism and Asian/Asian Diasporic Artistic Production (working session), A/P/A Institute at NYU
No Trans-national - Liquid Borders and Empty Promises, ISE Cultural Foundation, New York, NY
Wall mural (in acrylic), Hotel Laupheimer Hof, Germany
Deutsche Bank Art Collection, New York
Stadtbücherei Stuttgart City Library, Germany
Mandarin Oriental Hotel, Guangzhou, China
Georg v. Holtzbrinck GmbH & Co.KG, Stuttgart, Germany
Pacific Century Premium Development Ltd, Hong Kong
Co-founder of Tomato Grey, artist Collective in New York, since 2008
Councilor of Nippon Modern Fine Arts Association, Japan since 1996
Member and historian of Artists Abroad, Hong Kong from 1997 to 2001
Member of Wu Lin Zhuang Art Association, Hong Kong from 1996 to 2001
China Personified, "Dreams & Dreamers" November 16, 2012, USA
ÖRF1 (Austrian Public Television 1) April, 2007, Czech Republic
TVB Channel, "That's living", January 31st, 2007, Hong Kong
Channel News Asia, "Prime Time Morning", February 2nd, 2007, Singapore
Smithsonian Magazine, May 4th, 2020 - Lila Thulin, "More Than Forty Years Later, Artist Answer a Still-Relevant Question: 'What is Feminist Art?'"
Insiderei Magazine, Austria, January 12th, 2015 - Nina Glatzel, "Insider Hong Kong: Annysa Ng"
Time Out Hong Kong, May 14th, 2014 - Ysabelle Cheung, "Cover Feature: Woman in the Arts"
Third Text, February 5th, 2014 - Alexandra Chang, "Approaching the Infinite Narrative - Asian Art 'Now': The Tomato Grey Artist Collective"
Hong Kong Art Guide - Time Out Hong Kong, May 2013, "Home is where the art is: 8 Hong Kong Stars"
House News, May 10th, 2013 - Yeung Tin Shui, "Special interview with Annysa Yunchi Ng"
Wen Wei Po, April 23th, 2013 - Jia Xuanning "Celestial Revolution: From Ancient Star Diagram to Nowadays City Nature."
Ming Pao Weekly, April 20th, 2013 - Cheung Gaocheung, "Telepathy"
Hong Kong Economic Journal, April 15th, 2013- Kafka, "From searching to knowing"
Wealthy magazine, Issue 140, May 2013 - Kennis, "Literary Interviews"
Dan's Hamptons, November 16, 2012 - Marion Wolberg Weiss, "Exploring 'The Other' at Neoteric"
GO Magazine, February 11, 2012 - Mei Mei Chin, "The Very Best of NYC Art"
Yishu, November/December 2011 - Stephanie Bailey, "A Matter of Life and Death"
TimeOut Hong Kong, May 11-24th, 2011 - Winnie Chau, "Interview"
Ming Pao Weekly, May 14th, 2011 - Chan Kwan Yee, "The Silhouette of an Identity"
Taikungpao Newspaper, May 7th, 2011 - Yu Kaiying, "Display the Charm of Black and White"
Singtao Daily News, May 10th, 2011 - Jan T.C. Wong, "Wipe away the Color"
RTHK, May 8th, 2011 - Sunday Art Square (Television program)
South China Morning Post, May 24th, 2011 - Pick of the day
Hong Kong Economic Journal, May 11th, 2011 - Dubian Liang, "Annysa Ng - Hiding the Facial Features"
The Moment, New York Times, June 30th 2009 - Maura Egan, "Now Hanging / The Girlie Show"
New York Press, June 18th 2009 - John Goodrich & Valerie Gladstone, "Gallery Beat - Glam, Shackle and Spice"
The Monthly Public Art Magazine, Korea, December 2008 - Review issue.
Sunday Times, London Times, May 11th 2008 - Roberta McDonald, "Art as refuge"
Saatchi Online Magazine, December 2007 - Rebecca Wilson, "Annysa Ng: Saatchi Online Critic's Choice by Rebecca Wilson"
Ming Pao Weekly, January 13th, 2007 - Sincere Hui, "Faces: Annysa Ng"
Wen Wei Po, January 13th, 2007 - Elaine Chung, "Weave a Maze"
Apple Daily News, January 11th, 2007 - Feng Miner, "The Woman in the Dream"
Wen Wei Po, February 3rd, 2007 - Lee Kwok Chuen, "Is Hong Kong illuminated?"
The New York Times, January 6th, 2006 - Ken Johnson, "Annysa Ng: Love & Fear"
The Miami Herald, August 5th, 2005 - Eileen Spiegler, "Feel the Magic"
South Florida Sun - Sentinel, August, 2005 - Emma Trelles, "Bewitching insights"
Miami New Times, August 4 - 10th, 2005 - Carlos Suarez de Jesus, "Trials and Errors - Executing the art of witchcraft"
Hong Kong Tatler, November 1998
American Club, Member monthly magazine, HK, January 1997, "Fringe'97: Transparent watercolors reveal the invisible"
Hong Kong Tourist Association Guide Book, January 1997
Boutique Magazine, HK, January 1996, Art Connoisseur Section, "Painting life with color"
South China Morning Post, 2nd Febuary 1996
Hong Kong Standard, January 1996
Elegance Hong Kong Magazine, Artist in Rose Gallery Section, Febuary 1995
Ming Pao Daily News, HK, 1st December 1994 - Hui Lai, Rose Garden column, "Watercolor from the sky"
2005 Staatliche Akademie der Bildenen Künste in Stuttgart, Germany
Major in Fine Arts under Prof. Marianne Eigenheer
2003 School of Visual Arts, New York, NY - Major in Fine Arts