Kyle Yip is a Canadian, JUNO Award-Nominated hypersurrealist artist internationally recognized for his highly accurate creations of original visual art, electronic music, and films from his dreams. Since a 2006 Arts York Visual Arts Graduate Exhibition at Frederick Varley’s residence, Yip’s work has been widely exhibited internationally in solo and group exhibitions.

As an established artist, Yip has been included in many exhibitions including Nuit Blanche in 2015 and 2016, JanKossen Contemporary Art Gallery, New York City, and Lab Art Show, Vancouver in 2017, Artscape Youngplace in 2018 and 2019, Daegu Art Fair, South Korea in 2019, The Factory, London in 2021, Romantso, Athens, and Personal Mythology at OCADU Ignite Gallery in 2021.

Yip received the JUNO Award Nomination for best Electronic Album of the Year from The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences for his debut album The Midas Touch in 2016. In July 2018, Spotlight Contemporary Art Magazine published Kyle Yip’s first two-page spread in its print edition. In 2019 he received publications in IGGY Magazine, Exclaim!, and Toronto Art Newspaper. He accepted a Finalist Award for Artist of the Year and an Honorable Mention Award from the Ontario Society of Artists. He also received an award nomination for Keepin' It Weird from the Austin Music Video Festival and Best Cinematography from the Kinsale Shark Awards alongside artists such as Prince and The Chemical Brothers. In 2020, he received official selection at NewFilmmakers Los Angeles, Toronto Lift-Off Film Festival, and Blowup Chicago International Arthouse Film Festival. In 2021 he received a four-page publication in RICE Contemporary Art Magazine Vol. 2 alongside artists such as Marina Abramović, was nominated for Best of NewFilmmakers Los Angeles 2021, was awarded 1st Prize at The Holy Art INFINITY group exhibition in London, and published a two-page article in Al-Tiba9 Magazine ISSUE09.