Chung-Fan Chang is a visual artist who explores and investigates in painting, works on paper and wall installation to communicate her vision of beauty that reflect issues within the society and daily life experience. Her Kite series of work assemble historical concerns, social signifiers and meditative practice all into a singular voice.
Chang has exhibited her work in galleries and museums nationally and internationally. She was the 2013-14 Visual Arts Fellow at the Mississippi Arts Commission, and was the recipient of ThinkTank 7 Emerging Educator Fellowship. Recently, Chang exhibited her work at the Asian Cultural Center, Manhattan Art Gallery in New York. She co-curated Horizon Realm: Contemporary Art from Taiwan, which was held at Tenri Cultural Center in New York.
Chang obtained MFA from Savannah College of Art and Design, and BFA from Taipei National University of the Arts. She is currently Assistant professor of Art at Jackson State University.
Chung Fan Chang Portfolio
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