Portrait image of b.wing in her studio


Inner child realised in subtle, expressive paint

"We need our sad moments because without them we wouldn't know how happiness feels.”

b.wing shares intimacy and stories through her emblematic character, A-Boy. Forever seven years old, he has cartoon rabbit ears and soulful eyes. Sketched on a piece of toilet paper in 2006, A-Boy expresses both his own and b.wing's thoughts and emotions. Solitude is a recurring theme. The artist paints in oils with deft brushwork on canvas, the colours and tones, subtle but radiant. In contrast,...

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b.wing (she/her) was born in 1972 in Hong Kong, China, where she continues to live and work

Gallery Shows

In 2002, b.wing knocked on agnès b gallery's door and asked if they would show her art. One year later, her work toured with them from Hong Kong, to Taiwan and Tokyo. The exhibition was ironically titled If you don't want to be perfect, you've come to the right place.


b.wing has published over nine books. In 2010, a person who had been dealing with depression left a post on the Chinese website douban.com. After finishing wing’s How to Rescue My Delirious Heart (2010) he said – "it has cured my heart and now I'm bathed in happiness."

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Collaborations with b.wing

Avant Arte and b.wing have one upcoming collaboration.