Ch'ng Huck Theng

The Award Winning Artist

Coming to Melbourne…


“Arts Kuala Lumpur – Melbourne: Discover Malaysia Art” is an initiative by MATRADE (Malaysia External Trade Development Corporation) to promote Malaysian contemporary art in the heart of Melbourne. 30 artists, ranging from Malaysian pioneer artists since independence to the young contemporaries of modern Malaysia, will showcase their creativity.

“Arts Kuala Lumpur – Melbourne: Discover Malaysia Art” features works from renowned Malaysian artists AS Kang, Ahmad Nur Fikri Ahmad Tarmizi, Chia Yu Chian, Anthonie Chong, Choo Beng Teong, Dato’ Tay Mo-Leong, Datuk Chuah Thean Teng, Datuk Ibrahim Hussein, Datuk Syed Ahmad Jamal, Hadi Salleh, Haslin Ismail, Hassan bin Abu Bakar Kahlil Ibrahim, Khaw Sia, Koay Soo Kau, Maizul Affendy Bin Bharudin, Muton Ak Kais, Ong Soo Keat, Peter Liew, Rapheal Scott Ahbeng, Abdul Rashid Razak, Rozana Mohamad, Shaarim Bin Sahat, Suzlee Ibrahim, Tew Nai Tong, Toya Lim Khoon Hock, Layzhoz Yeap, Yeong Seak Ling, Yong Mun Sen, Yuen Chee Ling, Zeb Khalid and Zul Albani.

The exhibition aims to connect the Malaysian art scene to Melbournians by bringing Malaysian contemporary art right to their doorstep. Marked as one of the most important Malaysian events to check out in Melbourne, this art exhibition is not to be missed by art lovers and collectors. It presents the rare opportunity to own a piece of Malaysian contemporary art, as the art pieces showcased will be for sale.


October 19, 2013 Posted by | Art, Exhibition, news | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Artexpo New York 2011: Apples in the Big Apple

Artexpo New York 2011


Malaysian Consulate collecting Ch'ng's work

(from left to right) Zuaziezie - Deputy Trade Commissioner, Wan Latiff - Malaysia Trade Commissioner, Mohd Zamruni Khalid - Consul General, Ch'ng Huck Theng

(from left to right) Ch'ng Huck Theng, James Paris, Abbie Finfrock. Collectors of Ch'ng Huck Theng's artwork.

Arkom Doungchawna (from left) and friends, Ch'ng Huck Theng (right)

(from left to right) LP Yeap, Ch'ng Huck Theng, Marcella and family

(from left to right) Ch'ng Huck Theng, Ken Marshall

(from left to right) Ch'ng Huck Theng, Benedicta Mistal C.S.

After being awarded the Asian Art Award at Korea in 2010, Ch’ng Huck Theng continued his quest of creating works to remind the public of how fortunate we are to live on this planet.

“What is AN APPLE? Planet Earth Today and Tomorrow” is a series of creations where the artist moves beyond beautiful paintings to remind the public that we should not take world for granted – symbolized by an everyday apple. If we don’t take care of mother nature, one day it will be too late when future generations turn around and ask us “What is an apple?”

Many visitors were impressed with the artist’s bold move which combined both still and moving forms in his creations, centered around an Apple. “It may look simple but it is actually a very well thought and important concept”, said the Malaysia Consul General to New York, Mohd Zamruni Khalid.

The exhibition of Artexpo New York 2011 is the artist’s second solo showing for this series after Seoul, Korea. Singapore and China will be his next destinations; the tour is expected to last three years and Malaysia will be the final stop. (Source: Essenze Magazine)

June 23, 2011 Posted by | Exhibition, news | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

LICC Shortlist Award Winner!

London International Creative Competition (LICC) was delighted to announce the Final Selection and Shortlist of the LICC 2010 competition in September 2010. 5 paintings from Chng’s 2010 creation entitled: “Brain Imaging – What You See and What You Want to See” won the Shortlist Award. LICC is a vehicle for facilitating contact between uniquely talented artists and an international audience.

About LICC: LICC was founded by Farmani Group in 2006. Among others, Farmani has founded many charities, businesses and arts organizations including The Lucie Awards and International Photography Awards. LICC was formed to provide an open platform and even playing field for all artists. The competition is open to artists from around the world and is judged solely on the artwork.

For more information please contact: Isabelle Rodker (
International Press Inquiries, Contact: Anousheh Barbezieux  (ab@frontierepr. com)
London International Creative Competition (LICC)

Born to Lead




Story Down Under

August 1, 2010 Posted by | Award | , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Shanghai Art Musuem Collects Chng’s Painting

(from left to right) Vice Director of Shanghai Art Museum (SAM) Zhang Qing, Ch'ng Huck Theng, Datin Karen Low Zaibidi, Secretary of General Party Branch Li Sheng, Dato Azmil Zaibidi

On June 29, 2010 the Malaysian government presented Chng Huck Theng’s painting – ‘Have a Thought’ to China’s prestigious art museum, the Shanghai Art Museum.

June 29, 2010 Posted by | collections | , , , , , , , | Leave a comment