Szelit Cheung (b. 1988) is a Hong Kong–based artist whose cross-disciplinary practice spans painting, drawing and photography. His current works resemble the essence of void. Through them, he explores the connection between presence and emptiness by utilising simple forms, light and colours as a means to echo and amplify intangible yet powerful sentiments and expressions.
His works have been exhibited in the United States, France, Taiwan, mainland China and Hong Kong. Solo exhibitions include Shimmer, TOUCH Gallery, Hong Kong (2021); Substance, Delicate, Something in Between, Yiri Arts, Taiwan (2017); and Stand II, a.m. space, Hong Kong (2015), whilst group exhibitions include Architectural Representation in Chinese Contemporary Art, One Thousand Museum, Miami (2019); Charming Tastes and Fragrance: Literature and Visual Arts Exhibition, Pao Galleries, Hong Kong Art Centre, Hong Kong (2018); and Critical Point, Crane Gallery, Taiwan (2015). He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University (RMIT) in 2012.