July 23 2012: Discovering a family legacy
The Edge Singapore talks to Carolyn Wong who traces the life and ..........
August 2012: Rediscovering of Huang Yao
In the work of Chinese artist Huang Yao, painting, cartooning and calligraphy found a new voice in the 20th century. TPAG spoke to Carolyn Wong.
August 31 2012: ART WORKS OF MODERN CHINESE ARTIST HUANG YAO DEBUT AT FINE ART ASIA 2012 WITH 50 HUMAN FIGURES INK PAINTINGS
4th to 7th October 2012: Huang Yao Foundation organises the first public exhibition and sale of the works of modern Chinese artist Huang Yao since his demise in 1987, presenting 50 paintings from its Human Figures collection at Fine Art Asia (FAA) 2012 Hong Kong to raise funds for its operations as well as to fund initiatives such as children's programs, exhibitions and cartoon animation.
September 2012: Material expedition
Olivia Hsu, an undergraduate from Hong Kong University’s Art History department, and the successful applicant of the Huang Yao Foundation grant….
September 3 2012: CALLIGRAPHIC PAINTINGS OF MODERN CHINESE ARTIST HUANG YAO ON DISPLAY AT THE UPPER HOUSE HOTEL HONG KONG
September 17 – October 19, 2012: Members of the general public can view two calligraphic paintings by Huang Yao, titled “莫使金樽空對月 Let us drink to the moon” and “百年好合 A hundred.......
September 7 2012: Jiaxing Daily talks about Huang Yao and Niubizi
Huang Yao and Niubizi by Wu Haoran
September 28 2012 Hong Kong Economic Journal talks about the recluse master Huang Yao
Hong Kong Economic Journal talks about the recluse master Huang Yao's expressions of the beauty of China's contemporary art in Malaya. Translated into an English version is in progress. Please check this page soon.
October 1 2012 : 3 paintings to be auctioned by Christies on 27th November 2012
“Riding the Dragon” or “Cheng Long” (139.5 x 72.8cm) painted by Huang Yao in 1980 was inspired by a mythological story of an emperor riding a dragon to heaven and becoming an immortal.....
October 28 2012 Wenzi Hua Centerpiece by Huang Yao
On 28 October 2012, Huang Yao’s calligraphy “Be content, thus be happy always” officially joined the collection of calligraphic works by respected Chinese calligraphers that are engraved in stone at the Chinese Calligraphy Stone Gallery at the Oriental Villa in the Nirvana Memorial Centre. The recently launched gallery holds a collection of over 150 steles engraved with the calligraphy of renowned scholars from the dynasties of China to the modern day.
NOVEMBER 28 2012: RESULTS OF CHRISTIES AUCTION OF HUANG YAO PAINTINGS
Nov. 28th 2012: Christie’s Auction House, Hong Kong yesterday sold three ink paintings created by Huang Yao in 1980 - “Riding the Dragon”, and a pair of children paintings “Rolling Coins” and “The Whole World in a Toss” - under their Fine Chinese Modern Art Paintings category with the following details -
December 14 2012: Painting of the Pra Pathom Chedi in Thailand by Huang Yao
Exploring The Cosmos: The Stupa as a Buddhist Symbol 14 Dec 2012 - 18 Aug 2013 @ Shaw Foundation Foyer, Asian Civilisations Museum, Empress Place
March 21 2013: Huang Yao solo exhibition
Exhibition dates: 21 March - 27 March 2013 Venue: Bordier & Cie (Singapore)
April 27 2013: The 9th CICAF Intellectual Property Rights Protection Forum
A written proposal for the animation IPR protection.
June 2013: Material expedition
Ms. Olivia Su (Art History Senior at Hong Kong University) - The Huang Yao Foundation 2013 Summer Intern who embarked on…...
June 21 2013: Crossing Frontiers…
The Huang Yao Foundation blazes forth towards its goals to raise funds for initiating projects related to Huang Yao’s unrealized dreams with the launch of its first annual Sales Catalogue, showcasing a limited number of original ink paintings from the modern Chinese artist.
July 3 2013: For The Love Of……joint exhibition
Exhibition dates: 3 July - 9 July 2013
July 5 2013: A new mall in Shanghai opened with a gallery section
A new mall in Shanghai opened with a gallery section devoted to "comic art" from the Golden Era of cartooning.
July 21 2013: Huang Yao The Remarkable Guest of Malaya
Malaysia’s National Visual Arts Gallery (NVAG), in collaboration with Huang Yao Foundation, will present “The Remarkable Guest of Malaya” exhibition from 21st July to 5th October 2013, showcasing 220+ works of the Modern Chinese painter and scholar, Huang Yao (1917 – 1987) in it’s gallery in Kuala Lumpur.
July 21 2013: Huang Yao The Remarkable Guest of Malaya - Press and Media Clippings
Here are a few news articles about the exhibition.
August 4 2013: Visit by children to Huang Yao Exhibition
Remarkable Guest, at the National Visual Art Gallery, Malaysia