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  • Yao Jui-chung

Yao Jui-chung graduated from The National Institute of The Arts (Taipei National University of the Arts) with a degree in Art Theory. In 1997, he represented Taiwan in Facing Faces: Taiwan at the Venice Biennale and in 2005, he took part in the International Triennale of Contemporary Art in Yokohama. He has been artist in-residence at Gasworks Studio, London (2001); at ISCP, New York (2006) and at Glenfiddich, Scotland (2007). He currently teaches at the Taipei National University of the Arts. 

Apart from creating art, Yao Jui-chung has curated exhibitions including The Realm of Illusion-The New wave of Taiwan Photograph (2002); King-Kong Never Dies: The Contemporary Performance & Video Art in Taiwan (2003), and Spellbound Aura-The New Vision of Chinese Photography (2004). He has published many essays and several books, including Installation Art in Taiwan since 1991-2001 (2002); Roam The Ruins of Taiwan (2004); Ruined Islands (2007); Yao Jui-chung (2008); and Nebulous Light (2009). His works are in the Taipei Fine Arts Museum; the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts; the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts; Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia; Bibliothèque National de France, Paris, and many private collections. Yao Jui-chung is an artist, critic and curator.

  • Chao-pang Hsu

Chao-pang Hsu was born in Pingtung City in southern Taiwan. He currently lives and works  in Hsinchu in northern Taiwan. In 1995, after spending time as an advertising photographer, he began his own photographic art museum.  His most recent exhibitions include a photo exhibition of the First Art Chamber of Tainan City’s Cultural Center. Chao-pang has numerous publications including The Coastal Charms of Taiwan. He has won awards for photography and has lectured throughout Taiwan.

  • Long-Bin Chen

Long-Bin Chen has exhibited widely in the United States, Germany, Taiwan, Japan and Hong Kong. He has received many prizes, awards and international grants, including  the 12th Shih Hsiung New Artist Prize in Taipei (1987);  the Triennial of Small Scale Sculpture Prize in Stuttgart (1995) and the Silver Prize of the Osaka Triennial in Japan (1998). He has exhibited at the Frederieke Taylor Gallery in New York and was included in The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama, traveling exhibition. In 2010, he will participate in Buddhism and Contemporary Art, an exhibition at the Snug Harbor Cultural Center in Staten Island, New York.

  • Kay H. Lin

Kay H. Lin is an abstract painter. Her technically rich and spiritually engaging works take their place as a unique voice that crosses boundaries to unite Western and Eastern influences.

Lin’s paintings capture an ongoing dialogue between the Eastern aesthetic sensibilities of her classical training and modern Western abstraction. Thematically, Lin’s works are like poetry, at the interface of thought and emotion exploring logic, creation, life and inspiration. A distinctive visual language demonstrates an adept touch with color and a fully developed command of materials. Ms. Lin’s artwork re-interprets the feeling and philosophy of life with musical rhythm and melody, as a form of poetry.

For the past 20 years, Lin has lived and worked in New York. She graduated with a BFA from the National Institute of the Arts in Taiwan with a major in painting and a minor in printmaking. She also earned a Masters degree from New York University with a major in Painting and a minor in Multimedia. Her works have been shown in the Chelsea Art Museum, Taipei Cultural Center, Kuandu Museum in Taipei, Moscow Museum of Modern Art and collected throughout Asia, Europe and the U.S.

  • Huang Pei-ying

Huang Pei-ying studied in special art classes from a young age. After graduating from the Fine Arts Department of Tunghai University in 1999, she obtained her Master of Fine Arts degree from the school of the Fine Arts Department, Taipei National University of the Arts in 2002. She won an Excellence Award in the competition of “Taipei Fine Art Awards” in 2001, and the “Yearly Grants for Artists” of National Culture and Arts Foundation. She is also the winner of “2006 Taipei Arts Award.” Among her many exhibits, her work has been in the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts, Kaohsiung City, 2007 and the Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, 2007. She lives and works in Taipei.

  • Tseng Yu-chin

Tseng Yu-chin graduated from Shih Chien University and the Graduate School of Technical Art at Taipei National University of the Arts. His works have been exhibited at Documenta 12 Kassel, Germany (2007); MOMA Contemporary: The New Identity, Part 5 (2006); The First Taipei Digital Art Festival (2007); China China China!!! Palazzo Strozzina, Firenze Italy (2008). Tseng is also a poet and filmmaker. He currently teaches at Shih Chien University.

  • Tsung-chen Chang

In 1994, Tsung-chen changed career paths and devoted his time to stone art work collections. His works have been exhibited at National Treasure - Taiwan Hualien’s rose stone exhibition at the National University of Science and Technology of Taipei and The Natural Beauty of Taiwan Fomosa Rose Stone– The Innate Taiwan Art in Vancouver, B.C. His artworks explore the way images turn into an abstract pattern.