ChinChih Yang was born in Taiwan, have resided for years in NYC.
His work addresses society’s efforts to protect itself, both physically and psychologically. Holland Cotter of the New York Times called one of his projects “a magical tunnel of love”.
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Some of my works now exhibited at: 1. "International Body Repair Shop: In Memory of Vincent Jen Chin, 1955-1982" join the White Anxieties's group exhibition at White Box, NYC 2. "123PollutionSolution” artwork was Collected by City University of New York at QCC Art gallery, NYC 3. “Trash King Family” Installed at Chiayi Cultural and Creative Industrial Park, Chiayi City, Taiwan 4. An octopus - sculpture installed at the main building's 5th Floor of the National Museum of Marine Science & Techonologe, Badouzi, New Taipei City, Taiwan.
Multidisciplinary artist Chin Chih Yang was born in Taiwan, and has resided for
many years in New York City. He studied at Parsons School of Design in Manhattan
(BFA, 1986) and graduated from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn with a Master of Science in
Yang’s work addresses society’s efforts to protect itself, both physically and
Psychologically, against long-term catastrophe resulting from pollution, surveillance,
isolation, quarantine, and religious/political/social intolerance. Incorporating a touch of
irony, his art helps us become better acquainted with the frightening side of human
nature, signaling experimental and creative ways to view the planet and ourselves.
Multidisciplinary artist Chin Chih Yang was born in Taiwan, and has resided for many years in New York City. He studied at Parsons School of Design in Manhattan (BFA, 1986) and graduated from Pratt Institute in Brooklyn with a Master of Science in 1994.
His work has received extensive coverage and critical acclaim in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Village Voice, Time Out New York, Art Asia Pacific Magazine, The Taipei Times other major publications. Profiles have been broadcast on television stations from WCBS, NY to the BBC World News, and online coverage has been presented by Art Beat, Art Radar Asia, Flavorpill, NY1's Asian Artist's Profile, The Village Voice, and Time Out New York, among many other websites and blogs.
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