Ms. Wong Suk Ki


Wong Suk-ki (Ki Wong) finished her Master’s Degree in Photography at University of Art and Design Helsinki in 2003. She was invited to show her photographic works at different art space and museum, including the first Lianzhou International Photo Festival in 2006; the Department of Fine Arts of the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2007; first solo exhibition “Hong Kong Top Sights — Animal Walk” was hold at Shanghai Street Artspace in 2008; Hong Kong Heritage Museum in 2012 and International Festival of Contemporary Photography at Krasnoyarsk Museum Center in 2013 etc.

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Ki Wong is also dedicates time and effort on publishing projects and designing creative education projects, including established an independent publishing group “29s” (2003 – 2009) in 2003, published approximately 20 books for the emerging artists and writers; her own photographic catalogue Collector (2006); an international distributed photography and culture magazine called KLACK (2009 – 2012) to investigate local photographic culture, as well as to host cultural and art events; A Living Space (2013 – ), a 5 years art project, which aims to explore the intrinsic quality and possibility of life through a range of observation, exploration and research. Its initiatives take various forms, such as works of art, publications, exhibitions, websites and public.

Ki Wong is now the program director of Through Our Eyes (TOE) Photography Education Programme and Lecturer of Academy of Visual Arts (AVA), Hong Kong Baptist University (HKBU)


The BeetoBee Net meets hulahoop, hulahoop, Hong Kong


Secret under the skirt, kubrick, Hong Kong


A separate Domain, Department of Fine Arts of CUHK, Hong Kong


The Inner, Outer Sphere, KX gallery, Germany


Lianzhou International Photo Festival, Lianzhou


Muse Gaze – Seven female photographers of new generations, 1a space, Hong Kong

2015     Wong Suk Ki, ed. A Living Space: The Homes of Pak Sha O. Hong Kong: Kaitak, Centre of Research and Developments and Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University, 2015. ISBN: 978-988-19665-3-7

2006     Wong Suk Ki. Collector: The Hong Kong Art Developing Council, 2006. ISBN 978-988-99146-0-8