Creative Macau

Center for Creative Industries

Visual Arts

Joaquim Kuong

Born and raised in Macau, Joaquim Kuong was formally trained as a linguist and teaches linguistics at the University of Macau. He is a visual art enthusiast and became interested in printmaking when he first came across George Cruikshank’s engravings in Charles Dickens’ novels. He studied printmaking under the renowned Macau artist James Wong. Since 2012, Joaquim has been making prints by applying different techniques, particularly etching, aquatint, and lithography. One of his favorite themes is snapshots of historic buildings in Macau. More recently, he has attempted to apply lithographic printing on porcelain. His works were exhibited at the 2nd Macao Printmaking Triennial and in the joint exhibition “Matters Printed.”


Joint exhibitions:

2015      Specially selected entries for the 2nd Macao Printmaking Triennial, Macau.

2015    Matters Printed: Exhibition of Modern Printmaking of Macao, Ardel Gallery of Modern Art, Bangkok, Thailand.