Kwan Fong Gallery


Category: Exhibitions


Nsenga Knight: Other Stars

August 17, 2018

Using historical archives, memoirs and ritual, artworks are influenced by Islamic geometric art and the Black experience. Read More

Daggi Wallace Allowing

Resilient Women: The Art of Daggi Wallace

April 26, 2018

Hyperrealist pastel artist creates works that relate to her childhood in divided Berlin and the #MeToo movement Read More


Rotem Reshef | Time Traveler: Compass

February 15, 2018

A site-specific installation by artist Rotem Reshef of interwoven scrolls that highlight humanity’s interaction with, and interpretation of, the four seasons. Read More

KFG Convergencia


November 16, 2017

An exhibition of contemporary art by Paraguayan artists in a variety of styles and media. Read More

KFG Vulnerability inVisibility

Vulnerability inVisibility

October 5, 2017

This exhibit features work by photographer Mary Fashbaugh, which investigates the limits of sensory communication by combining visual and braille descriptions. Read More

Neil Pittaway William Shakespeare

Shakespeare: A Celebration

June 1, 2017

Artists from the Britain's Royal Watercolour Society and the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers will show an exciting and diverse range of works, inspired by Shakespeare’s writings. Read More


CLUFest 2017: Forward

April 21, 2017

CLUFest explores the growth of cutting edge technology in an unconventional way. Read More


Rebecca Campbell: You are Here

January 20, 2017

Motivated by the lack of women’s representation in the art world, and in homage to the artists who inspire her, Campbell began her You are Here project in Fall 2015, which features a series of portraits of women artists working in Los Angeles. Read More

25 anniversario DIVEDCO

Art at the Service of the People: Puerto Rico’s DIVEDCO Poster Art

November 10, 2016

Beginning in 1949, Puerto Rico’s División de Educación de la Comunidad (Division of Community Education) or DIVEDCO created films and related posters and reading material for the didactic consumption of the island’s population. Read More

Lalla Essaydi

The Harem: Essentialized Sensuality | The Work of Lalla Essaydi

October 10, 2016

Images by Lalla Essaydi rejecting stereotypes and recasting images of the harem as a space for women in powerful and visually lush photographs. Read More