Tony Mak (b. 1991) is a Cantonese Chinese visual artist. He works with mediums such as still images, film and explores on local history, religion and humanities in contemporary times.
MRes Filmmaking, Photography and Electronic Arts (Distinction) (2019)
MA Photography: Image and Electronic Arts (2014)
- Goldsmiths University of London
Rotterdam Photo Festival 2020 - Transition (The Netherlands) : To The West Of The Solitary Sea, February
Photograd March Online Gallery: To The West Of The Solitary Sea, March visit>
Photograd Online Degree Show 2020: To The West Of The Solitary Sea, June visit>
Odyssey Online Exhibition by The South West Collective: To The West Of The Solitary Sea, July-August visit>
Photo Fringe OPEN20 SOLO (Worthing, UK): To The West Of The Solitary Sea, October
Photo Fringe 2020 (UK): The Legacies, October visit>
Centrale Festival 2021 (Fano, Italy): Video Installation : Qing Ming (To The West Of The Solitary Sea), June
Cluster Photography & Print (London, UK): To The West Of The Solitary Sea, March (forthcoming)
Another Place Magazine: The Legacies visit>
Photo Fringe OPEN20 SOLO, Shortlisted
What is attractive, though, about your document and your thinking, what is noticeable, is that they act on a broad intellectual spectrum. At times, I would say, you are a common sense phenomenologist, especially when you take photographs, a medium that has a phenomenological bias.
- Ian Jeffery, Art Historian, 2019