Lance Fung has been curating large-scale public art exhibitions for decades, and his most recent project in Atlantic City promises to be his best. With his unique curatorial eye, Fung is transforming vacant lots into a much-needed park system. These “giant living sculptures” hope to attract locals and art enthusiasts alike to experience art in “green” settings designed by Fung and the participants. These are large-scale projects with public spaces of up to seven acres.
Fung has curated internationally recognized exhibitions such as “The Snow Show,” “Lucky Number Seven” for the seventh SITE Santa Fe International Biennial, and “Wonderland.” He has created important exhibitions such as Crossing Parallels at the SSamzi Space in Seoul, Korea; Going Home at the Edward Hopper Historical Museum in Nyack, New York; Revisiting Gordon Matta-Clark at Next: The Venice Architectural Biennale in Venice, Italy; The Ship of Tolerance by Ilya and Emilia Kabakov, in Siwa, Egypt; and The Snow Show: Venice at the 50th International Art Exhibition/La Biennale di Venezia; and Dreams and Conflicts–The Viewer’s Dictatorship, in Venice, Italy.
Fung is also developing a cultural village in Bali as well as “Sink,” an exhibition about marine conservation.
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