FROG KING
b. 1947, China. Lives and works in Hong Kong.

Frog King is a pioneering conceptual and performance artist who has been breaking boundaries in Hong Kong and beyond since the late 1960s. Originally trained in ink painting and calligraphy in the studio of seminal New Ink Painting master Lui Shou Kwan, he is one of the earliest Chinese contemporary artists to explore the use of ink painting as a conceptual tool, incorporating it as both action and material into multiple-media installations and performances. Since 1967, Frog King’s art and performances have been presented at over 3000 exhibitions and art events worldwide, and he has been the recipient of numerous awards and honors internationally. Collected by museums, foundations and private collectors, each of his works embodies his conceptual utopia.
Black 0-2017-Oil on canvas
19 - 22 Apr, 2018
10 Chancery Lane Gallery proudly presents Huang Rui, Wang Keping and Frog King Kwok at Art Brussels 2018 at Booth C05-C07.
FROG KING TURNS 70 EXPERIMENTS IN INK SINCE THE 1970s
29 Sep - 25 Nov, 201710 Chancery Lane Gallery
Hong Kong artist Kwok Mang Ho, better known as Frog King celebrates his 70th birthday with a new exhibition at 10 Chancery Lane Gallery, Frog King turns 70, Experiments in Ink since the 1970s. The exhibition opens on 28 September, 2017 from 6:30-8:30pm with a live performance by Frog King at 7:30pm. This exhibition will explore the many ways in which Frog King has developed his ink practice over the last 50 years, having started in 1967.

Light and Belief
24 - 26 Mar, 201610 Chancery Lane Gallery
Visit 10 Chancery Lane Gallery at Booth 1D39 at Art Basel Hong Kong 2016. Presented in Hong Kong for the first time, "Light and Belief: Sketches of Life from the Vietnam War" by Vietnamese artist Dinh Q. Le, explores the lives and work of artists who were sent into the battle zones during the Vietnamese/American War. Comprised of a documentary film and an installation of 102 original drawings by Vietnmaese artists, the installation is a beautifully powerful and moving artwork by one of Asia's most successful artists.

Booth: 1D39
01 Dec, 2015 - 30 Jan, 201610 Chancery Lane Gallery
10 Chancery Lane Gallery is proud to present Hong Kong's favourite, pioneering conceptual artist, Frog King (aka Kwok Mang-Ho) for his new, solo exhibition of mixed media, performance art, large and small scale canvases, screen work and a large in-situ installation.
Frog Mountain
15 - 17 Mar, 201510 Chancery Lane Gallery
Visit 10 Chancery Lane Gallery at Booth 1D38 and Encounters E3 at Art Basel Hong Kong 2015! The gallery will exhibit work from the 1970s by Hong Kong artist Frog King (Kwok Mang Ho), and the 1980s by Chinese artists Huang Rui and Wang Keping. Three defining artists from Hong Kong and China! They are joined by important Vietnamese artist, Dinh Q. Le whose work will be featured in a major retrospective at the Mori Museum in the Summer of 2015.
26 Sep - 22 Oct, 201410 Chancery Lane Gallery
10 Chancery Lane is proud to present a momentous new solo exhibition by Hong Kong artist Frog King Kwok (a.k.a. Kwok Mang-ho, b. 1947). An inimitable force unto himself, Frog King is a pioneering conceptual and performance artist who has been breaking boundaries in Hong Kong and beyond since the late 1960s. Originally trained in ink painting and calligraphy in the studio of seminal New Ink Painting master Lui Shou Kwan--where he was already considered to be something of an enfant terrible—Frog King is one of the earliest Chinese contemporary artists to explore the use of ink painting as a conceptual tool, incorporating it as both action and material into multiple-media installations, performances, happenings and assembled environments incorporating discards and everyday objects.
For the TOTEM exhibition at 10 Chancery Lane, Frog King has been invited to transform the exterior and interior spaces of the gallery, working with guest curator Valerie C. Doran to create a layered environment of art (and of realms) that both showcases Frog King’s vibrant installation and performance work and at the same time reveals a deeper stillness at the heart of the artist’s expressive life. Special features will include a new series of carved wood sculptures, totemic columns, ink paintings and screens.