陳幸婉 CHEN HSINGWAN (1951-2004)

Born in Taichung, Taiwan, Chen is the daughter of the well-known sculptor Chen Hsia Yu. She graduated from the Oil Painting Department at the National Taiwan Academy of Arts. She was later taught by Li Zhongsheng, whom, refined her sketching skills and inspired her to work experiment with mixed-media. In 1975, she organized the “Xia Painters Group” with Chen Shihxing, and held an exhibition at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum. In 1984, her artwork received the New Trend Prize and Third Place in abstraction category hosted by the Taipei Fine Arts Museum. She lived in Paris for the majority of her life, yet journey across Taiwan, Europe, and Egypt accumulated her unique aspect and cultural accomplishments. Important Exhibitions include: “Media, Environment, Appliance” (Taiwan Fine Art Museum, 1988 ); “Paris International Art Fair”(1992, Paris, France); “R.O.C. Contemporary Art” (1995, Sydney Modern Art Museum, Australia); “Image and Aesthetics-Taiwan Female Art Exhibition” (Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan, 1998); “Comparison Salon”(Espace Auteuil, Paris, France, 2004); “Sprawl” (Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts,2006).

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