First Name

Yuk Tsang

Last Name





Born in 1999 in Hong Kong, YukTsang Ng, now a London-based MA Photography graduate from the London College of Communication, University of the Arts London, is acclaimed for his innovative fusion of found imagery, archives, and photographic materiality. His art, blending autobiographical and fictional narratives, probes into themes like love, loss, and vulnerability, mirroring the digital era and the evolution of photography. Ng’s groundbreaking techniques challenge traditional image perceptions, continuously evolving with new digital platforms and technologies, thus bridging the digital-physical divide and offering fresh perspectives on memory and perception.

Ng’s work transcends conventional archival norms.. He reimagines the photographer’s role, likening himself to a painter using fragmented photographs as brushstrokes, conceptualizing them as a unique medium. His creations, characterized by the interplay of technology and tactility, form atmospheric installations that resonate with the digital world. Employing personal archives and found imagery, Ng’s process involves tearing, cutting, and crumbling photographs, culminating in large-scale installations of reassembled fragments, which are then rephotographed. The resulting images juxtapose clarity with ambiguity and abstraction with reality.

Ng’s artistry has been showcased in several exhibitions in Hong Kong and London, Ng has been a part of the Uncool Artist residency in New York.


Country of residence

United Kingdom (UK)



Group Exhibitions

2024    Experimental Photo Festival, Barcelona

2023    LCC Postgraduate Shows, Upper Gallery, London

2023    Feel it, Show it, Sorted, Belsize Community Library, London

2023    Landscape, The Glasgow Gallery of Photography, London

2023    Savouring Shadows, Copeland Gallery, London

2023    Within Bounds, Copeland Gallery, London

2023    LCC MA Photography Work In Progress Show, Well Gallery, London

2023    Shutter Hub, NIGHT MOODS, Online

2021    Dimensional Civilization Archeology Exhibition, Infectment, Hong Kong

2021    Academy of Visual Arts, HKBU graduation show, Hong Kong

2017    AVA Freshman Exhibition, Hong Kong


2024  Uncool Artist, New York


2023    Canto Cutie Volume 7, US2020    Stand News, Hong Kong

2016     Stand News, Hong Kong

2015     The 21th Ifva festival, Hong Kong

Interests and medias


Collage, Drawing, Photography

Drawing medias


Collage medias



Digital image