Amy Wong

About Amy Wong

Amy Wong is an oil painter who navigates mixtape culture to claim feminist space. Her practice ranges from painting-based installation to collaborative projects that explore the politics of making noise, and conditioning spaces that allow for thinking through together. She is the founder of the Angry Asian Feminist Gang (AAFG), a collective of Diaspora cultural producers dedicated to dialogue centered on Asian feminist concerns.

Amy Wong (b. 1981, Toronto) completed her BFA at Concordia University in Montreal, MFA at York University in Toronto and post-graduate studies at De Ateliers in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

Solo exhibitions include Naive Melody (this must be the place) at INDEXG, Toronto, Everything is Everything at aceartinc. Winnipeg, and Work on Wonder at the CEAC, Xiamen. Group exhibitions include The Queens Prize for Painting at the Gemeentemuseum the Hague, World Open Art Festival at the Seoul Museum of Art, and Rodney Graham Band with the YPF in collaboration with Musée d’art Contemporain de Montréal.

The work of Amy Wong is internationally appreciated and has been presented in many printed publications such as, among many others, Tussle Magazine Toronto, CEAC/ Mondriaan Foundation Publication Amsterdam,The New Times Palm Beach FL and Breach Magazine Vancouver.

Movie coming out in January ’16

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