莊喆 CHUANG CHE (b.1934)

Born in Beijing, China, Chuang Che’s father was a well-known calligrapher, who was also the vice-director of National Palace Museum in Beijing. Thus, Chuang was introduced to traditional Chinese art at a very young age. He later moved to Taiwan and after graduating from National Normal University, he joined the Fifth Moon Art Group. He was an active member in promoting Modern Chinese Art. In 1966, he was given the J.D. Rockefeller III Fund to study in the United States. He has held various solo exhibitions including: “Chuang Che Solo Exhibition” (1996, New York, Lee Nordness Gallery); (1977, Canada, Shaw-Rimington Gallery); (1985, California Louis Newman Gallery); (1992, Taipei Fine Art Museum); “International Oversea Abstract Artist Exhibition” (2002, Hong Kong Art Community); “60 Years of Art in Taiwan” (2003, Taiwan, Taipei Fine Arts Museum); “Singapore International Art Fair” (2005, Singapore); “Subject Primal Form” (2005, Taiwan, National Museum of History); “Chuang Che Solo Exhibition” (2006, Taiwan, Asia Art Center); “Deep Ridge vs. Remote Way” (2007, Beijing, China Art Museum); “Chuang Che: A Retrospective Exhibition” (2015, Taipei Fine Arts Museum); “Abstract Asia – Toward the West” (2016, Galerie Sabine Vazieux, France). His works are also in the collection of various museums and private foundations.

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