卓有瑞 CHO YEOUJUI (b.1950)

Born in Taipei, Taiwan. Cho received her BFA from National Taiwan Normal University in Taipei and is the first using slide projector in painting. Her “Bababa Series” astonished the conservative society in 1975. She recived her MA from State University of New York at Albany in 1979 and since lived in Soho, New York City as a professional artist. She has held 18 major solo art exhibitions and 70 more group shows at U.S. and Asia. Recent selected exhibitions: “Eye Dream – Multiple Realities in Taiwan Contemporary Photography and Painting”, Centre culture et d’information de Taipei at Paris, Paris, France, 2004; and City Hall at gallery, Ottawa City Hall, Ottawa, Canada. “Asian Fusion Gallery” at Asian Cultural Center, New York, USA, 2005. “Lightscape-Between Mind and Matter”, Taipei Fine Art Museum, Taipei, Taiwan, 2005. “The Odyssey of Art in Taiwan 1950-2000”, National Art Museum, Beijing, China, 2006. “MOCA Shanghai Biennial Entry Gate: Chinese Aesthetics of Heterogeneity”, Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai, China, 2006. “Recurrence of the Aura: A Retrospective on the 80 Years Taiwan Arts Exhibition”, National Taiwan Museum of Art, Taichung, Taiwan, 2009. In 2005, she received Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. Her works are included in Hong Kong, Taiwan, USA private collections and museums.

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