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Gloria Wong (b. 1998) is a Vancouver-based curator and visual artist, working primarily in photography. Drawing from the colonial histories of Hong Kong, Macau & Vancouver, her practice explores the complexities and nuances of these diasporic identities and the ways they are shaped by different relationships — whether between people, their environments or objects.

She holds a BFA in Photography from Emily Carr University of Arts & Design (2020).

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

borrowed sceneries, Or Gallery, Vancouver, Canada (2022)

Rituals, (Public Art Project) Stadium-Chinatown Station, Capture Photography Festival, Vancouver, Canada (2022-2023)

sik teng mm sik gong (pardon my chinese), Telephone Gallery, Vancouver, Canada (2021)

Three Tongues, Friends Indeed Gallery, San Francisco, USA (2021)


SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS

At Home/On Stage: Asian American Representation in Photography and Film, Cantor Arts Center, Stanford, California (2022)

Around Us, Burrard Arts Foundation, Vancouver, Canada (2022)

The Lind Prize, The Polygon Gallery, Vancouver, Canada (2021)

To Stay Related, Nextdoor - Slice of Life, Vancouver, Canada (2021)

Discovery, Seymour Art Gallery, North Vancouver, Canada (2021)

Place, grunt gallery MPCAS, Vancouver, Canada (2020)

I spy…, Unit/Pitt, Online (2020)

The Grad Show, Emily Carr University of Art & Design, Online (2020)

Reading and Being Read, Capture Photo Festival, Vancouver, Canada (2020)

we are a lighthouse, Michael O’Brian Exhibition Commons, Vancouver, Canada (2020)

Camera Roll, Michael O’Brian Exhibition Commons, Vancouver, Canada (2019)

Foundation Show, Concourse Gallery, Vancouver, Canada (2017)

Emily Carr Summer Institute Show, Concourse Gallery, Vancouver, Canada (2015)


AWARDS

The Lind Prize, Shortlist (2021)

Carole Badgley Emerging Artist Award (2021)

ECU Grad 2020 Chick Rice Award for Excellence in Photography (2020)

It’s Nice That Graduates (2020)

Ian Gillespie President’s Discretionary Fund Grant (2020)


COLLECTIONS

Cantor Arts Center at Stanford University

PUBLICATIONS

Magic Hour, Booooooom (2021)