Now in its 23rd year, Kwai Fung has organized over a hundred exhibitions, undertaken eleven major art events at museums, produced over thirty art catalogues, and published one hundred and twenty-five lithographs. It has promoted in total around a hundred artists from more than ten different countries, who together represent a comprehensive range of artistic traditions and practices.
Over the years, Kwai Fung has been focusing on artists who have extensive art and cultural experience in the West, with a global vision and from China and other Asian countries. They have not only mastered the spirit of Oriental culture but also been influenced by modern Western ideology and art culture. They have injected contemporary elements into the existing art tradition, opening a new chapter of art development and contributing their own cultural uniqueness to the development of civilization under the trend of globalization. Following this direction, Kwai Fung has published a monographic literature for French-Chinese abstract master Zao Wou-ki and organised the first solo exhibition Exotica for US-based Chinese contemporary ink master Li Huayi, the retrospective exhibition Colours of Fragrance for Walasse Ting, Fleeting Eternities for Korean abstract painter Myonghi, Dillusions for Korean video artist Lee Lee Nam and Sleepers for Japanese super-realistic artist Atsushi Suwa.