Chow Chun-Fai discusses his "painting on movies" series and the significance of movies in his personal and professional life
Chow Chun Fai's recent works on local social activities featured on Hong Kong Free Press
Chow Chun Fai's solo exhibition is featured in Art Asia Pacific
Chow Chun Fai's solo exhibition reviewed by Stand News Hong Kong
Chow Chun Fai’s exhibition features depictions of scenes from the recent protests in Hong Kong.
Chow Chun Fai records the reality surreally through his works with more details.
Chow Chun Fai's works transform the area from a manufacturing backwater into a buzzing creative community.
Chow Chun Fai is featured in the January, 2019 issue of The Politics, Yale University's monthly magazine.
Chow Chun Fai's solo exhibition is featured in Artomity's Fall 2018 Editorial.
Flavorwire interviews Chow Chun Fai on his solo show at Eli Klein Gallery.
Mimi Wong from Art Asia Pacific reviews Chow Chun Fai's solo exhibition at Eli Klein Gallery
Chow Chun Fai was interviewed by curator Savona Bailey-McClain on State of the Arts NYC at BRIC Arts Media's studio in Brooklyn.
Chow Chun Fai was interviewed by SinoVision English Channel on his latest solo exhibition at Eli Klein Gallery.
Chow Chun Fai's "Painting on Movies" series at Eli Klein Gallery is featured alongside a list of impressive gallery shows on view this fall.
Beyond Chinatown lists noteworthy cultural events and art exhibitions taking place this month.
Chow Chun Fai is featured among other prominent Hong Kong-based artists and gallerists.
Chow Chun Fai is featured among other prominent Hong Kong-based artists.
Artomity Magazine's Elliat Albrecht interviews Chow Chun Fai about his art and Chinese government.
Katherine McMahon of ARTnews visits artist Chow Chun Fai in his studio in Hong Kong.
Chow Chun Fai is featured alongside other prominent Hong Kong artists in the Culture Trip.
Chow Chun Fai discusses his paintings in the New York Times story by Mike Ives
Chow Chun Fai discusses the political, cultural, and artistic identities in which he aligns himself with.
Chow Chun Fai's solo exhibition "Everything Comes With an Expiry Date" at Klein Sun Gallery is chosen as one of Artnews"Editors’ Picks: 8 Art Events to See in New York This Week."
Chow Chun Fai hopes to expose the New York art world his eastern aesthetic through his solo show "Everything Comes With an Expiry Date," at Klein Sun Gallery.
Chow Chun Fai adresses the perceived relation between his art and politics.
Chow Chun Fai is one of the artists showing at Sotheby’s gallery in Next Destination: Hong Kong, the auction house’s first showcase dedicated to contemporary artworks by homegrown artists.
My Art Guides has a Q&A with Chow Chun Fai.
Chow Chun Fai's exhibit “I Have Nothing to Say” reflects his discern for the government and what is going on in Chinese politics.
Post-ism visits Chow Chun Fai at his studio in the Fotanian art movement in Hong Kong.
Art Asia Pacific deems Chow Chun Fai a reputable artist in Hong Kong as well as an important representative and organizer in his community.
Chow Chun Fai talks about the contradiction between art and politics.
Artforum speaks to Chow Chun Fai at Hong Kong art Basel about the growth of the art scene in Hong Kong.
Supper at Emmaus by Italian Baroque master Michelangelo Merisi da Caravaggio will be housed with work by Chow Chun Fai.
Asia Society shows Caravaggio's Supper at Emmaus alongside Chow Chun Fai's depiction of the infamous painting.
This International art magazine writes about Chow Chun Fai's political career as an artist.
HKHQ.tv visits Hong Kong artist Chow Chun Fai's Fo Tan studio for a look around at some of his most recent work and interviws him about his concerns with the current Hong Kong art scene.
CNN Travel explores artist run studios in Fo Tan.
Christopher DeWolf visits Chow Chun Fai at his studio and learns about his influences as a Hong Kong based artist.
Asian Art News writes about how Chow Chun Fai's use of appropriation and originality correlates with working out of Hong Kong.
Chow Chun Fai is in the running for the Sovereign Art Prize.