Editorial Team

Arnold Chang Film

Interview with Arnold Chang, 2018, 4 min

Director: Eva Chen
Producer: Eva Chen
Director of Photography: Daniel Guillaro
Editor: June Jin
Sound: Logan Byers
Colorist: June Jin
Production Assistant: Kaini Zhou

Interview with Arnold Chang 被误解的传统

“ There is a misconception about tradition. People think tradition means past, but actually tradition is ongoing. And the opposite of tradition is not contemporary. One can be both contemporary and traditional. In fact, in order to really understand tradition, it is imperative that you find a way to make it relevant and make it continue into the present and the future. “

Fu Qiumeng Fine Art presents “Interview with Arnold Chang.” The video was made in conjunction with the

Mansheng Wang Film

折蘆為筆 Interview with Mansheng Wang, 2018, 4 min

Director: Eva Chen
Producer: Eva Chen
Director of Photography: Daniel Guillaro
Editor: June Jin
Sound: Logan Byers
Colorist: June Jin
Production Assistant: Miao Kang

折蘆為筆 Interview with Mansheng Wang

“The first of the six rules of Chinese painting is rhythmic vitality. How to achieve rhythmic vitality? One must follow the rhythm of nature and gain a good sense of balance.”

Fu Qiumeng Fine Art presents Interview with Wang Mansheng. In this interview, the artist talks about his use of reed plumes as brush, his notion of “flavor of bronze and stone inscriptions”, and his observation of mountains.

Incorporating modern strategies into the introspective serenity of traditional Chinese

Michael Cherney Film

Michael Cherney: A Profile of Michael Cherney 秋麦掠影, 2018, 4 min

Present by
University Museum and Art Gallery : The University of Hong Kong
Fu Qiumeng Fine Art

Director: Yongqing Chen
Producer: Yongqing Chen
Director of Photography: Muqing Li

Michael Cherney: A Profile of Michael Cherney 

“My photography is for a specific purpose. It is for recording a long-scale view of history.”

Fu Qiumeng Fine Art and the University Museum and Art Gallery of the University of Hong Kong jointly present A Profile of Michael Cherney. The film was made in conjunction with the show of Arnold Chang and Michael Cherney at the University Museum and Art Gallery of the University of Hong Kong, entitled

Shen Chen 寻找灰色

Shen Chen Finding Grey 寻找灰色, 2018, 5 min

Directed by Yilei Zhou
Edited by Yilei Zhou
Director of Photography: Yilei Zhou
Editor: Yilei Zhou
Photography Assistant: Zon Zhang, Chenyi Lu, Wei Ting

Shen Chen Finding Grey 寻找灰色

“Ink has five tones, which is to say, there are various shades of grey in these five tones. The use of grey actually stands for your interpretation of ink or the practice of ink painting.” 

Fu Qiumeng Fine Art presents a video about Shen Chen, entitled Grey Matters. In this film, you will see the studio of Shen Chen in New York City, hear the artist talk about the inspirations he draws from ink paintings, and learn about

在NYC寻找山水 Hidden Landscape in New York CIty New

Yau Wing Fung - Exhibition Fu Qiumeng Fine Art, New York City

Yau Wing Fung : The Hidden Landscape in NYC, 2019, 2 min

Directed & Written by Dayan Liu
Edited by Jason Wen
Directors of photography by Dayan Liu & Jason Wen

Yau Wing Fung : The Hidden Landscape in NYC

“ In my paintings, smoke and cloud are scattered amongst rock fragments. Sometimes they seem fleeting and transient, sometimes they form groups. This complicates the relationship between time and space, creating an imaginary place in which viewers can wander about. ”  

Art Crush Film presents a documentary film Yau Wing Fung : The Hidden Landscape in NYC The film is directed by Dayan Liu. In this film, you will see the installation view

Asia Week New York | A Room of One’s Own

For all the confirmed March appointments, we will coordinate another time for you to visit. Thank you for your understanding. In the meantime, we will be sharing content online and on social media (QM Fine Art) of our current exhibitions A Room of One's Own.

QM Vignette | Portrayal of Urban Life – Chen Shizeng (Part 2)

Chen Shizeng (1876-1923) (for more information about Chen, please refer to our previous article “Portrayal of Urban Life-Chen Shizeng” add link here) created Beijing Customs from 1914 to 1915. He never sold any of these works when he was alive. After he passed away, thirty-four of these works were collected. Yao Mangfu (1876–1930) bound them into a book.

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