2010 Residence Fellow Tiffany Chung 31 May - 15 June, 2010


Coming soon ...


Profile

Tiffany Chung
Born in Danan, Vietnam
Lives and works in Ho Chi Minh

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND
2000  MFA in Studio Art. University of California, Santa Barbara, USA
1998  BFA in Photography. California State University, Long Beach, USA

SOLO EXHIBITIONS / PUBLIC ART PROJECTS / PERFORMANCES
2010  Scratching the Walls of Memory. Tyler Rollins Fine Art, New York, USA
2009  Finding Galápagos: fish, pigs, youngsters, old folks, men, women and the Black Canals (not in any particular order). Galerie Christian Hosp, Berlin, Germany
2008 Play. Tyler Rollins Fine Art, New York, USA
Wonderland. Galerie Quynh, HCMC, Viet Nam
Enokiberry tree in wonderland, episode 3: another day another world, public project. Intrude Art&Life 366, Zendai MoMA, Shanghai, China
Enokiberry tree in wonderland, performance. Ke Center for Contemporary Arts, Shanghai, China
LamTruong TODAY, performance. Galerie Quynh, HCMC, Viet Nam
2006 Beyond Soft Air and Cotton Candy. LMan Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
2005  Famous for 15” at the Sugarless Factory. Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Japan
Kids’ Corner, children playground commissioned by Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Japan
Famous for 15” at the Sugarless Factory, public project. Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Japan
Soft Air and Cotton Candy, performance. 3rd Fukuoka Triennale, Fukuoka, Japan
Soft Air and Cotton Candy, performance. Asian Art Festival, Fukuoka, Japan
2003 Momentum. Mai’s Gallery, HoChiMinh City, Viet Nam
1999 Sweet Factory. UCSB Gallery 1434, USA
1998 Looking through A Keyhole. UCSB Gallery 1434, USA
1997 Private Realities. CSULB Gallery C, USA

GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2010  ATOPIA Art and the City in the 21st Century. Centre de Cultura Contemporània de Barcelona, Spain
The River Project. Campbelltown Arts Centre, Sydney, Australia
Ascending Dragon. Armory Center for the Arts, Pasadena, USA
2009  So Close Yet So Far Away—2009 Incheon International Women Artists’ Biennale. Incheon, Korea
A Starting Point: Intrude 366—Dynamics of change and growth. Zendai MoMA, Shanghai, China
Vietnam Mon Amour. MC2 Gallery, Milan, Italy
Time Ligaments. 10 Chancery Lane Gallery, Hong Kong
Cartographical Lure. Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
2008  transPOP: Korea Vietnam Remix, traveling exhibtion. Yerba Buena Center for the Arts,
San Francisco and UC Irvine University Art Gallery, Irvine, U.S.A
Strategies from Within. KE Center for Contemporary Arts, Shanghai, China
transPOP Vietnam: Korea Vietnam Remix. Galerie Quynh, HCMC, Vietnam
2007 transPOP: Korea Vietnam Remix. Arko Museum, Seoul, Korea
Confectionaries/Conurbations, two-person exhibition. 100 Tonson Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
Happy Hours. Hatch Art/ZAIM, Yokohama, Japan
2006  Facts and Figures. ArtWalkAmsterdam, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Open Studio. Arcus Project, Ibaraki, Japan
Labor Exchange: How Much For A Buck? Santa Barbara Museum of Art, USA
Parallel Realities FT3. Blackburn Museum & Art Gallery, Blackburn, England
2005  The 3rd Fukuoka Triennale 2005. Fukuoka, Japan
2004 Identities Versus Globalization
Chiang Mai Art Museum, Chiang Mai, Thailand
National Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand
Dahlem Museum, Berlin, Germany
2001  Shooting NoWhere. The Hatch Gallery, Los Angeles, USA
New Comers. LA Artcore, Los Angeles, USA
2000 Beast Wars. Ridley Tree Center, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, SB, USA
1997 Insight 97, CSULB Art Museum, Long Beach, USA
1996  Insight 96, CSULB Art Museum, Long Beach, USA

AWARDS / FELLOWSHIPS / RESIDENCIES
2010  Residence Fellowship, Akiyoshidai International Art Village, Yamaguchi, Japan
2007 Arts Network Asia Travel Grant, Singapore
Artist in residence, transPOP: Korea Vietnam Remix project, Ssamzie Space & Insa Art Space, Seoul, Korea
2006 Artist in residence, Arcus Project, Ibaraki, Japan
2005 Artist in residence, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Fukuoka, Japan
ARC Grant, Durfee Foundation, USA
2000  Arts Bridge Scholarship. UCSB, USA
1999  Art Studio Departmental Award. UCSB, USA
Arts Bridge Scholarship. UCSB, USA
1998 Graduate Opportunity Fellowship. UCSB, USA
Interdisciplinary Humanities Fellowship. UCSB, USA
1997 People’s Choice Award in Printmaking, CSULB, USA

ARTIST TALKS / PRESENTATIONS
2010  Artist Lecture. Yamaguchi University, Yamaguchi, Japan
2007  Flying Circus. Theatre Works, Singapore
2006  Artist Talk. Arcus Project Ibaraki, Japan
2005  Artist Talk. Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Japan
1998 Responding to “Cyclo”. Interdisciplinary Humanities Conference, UCSB, USA

SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY / ARTICLES / INTERVIEWS
2010 Atopia: Art I ciutat al segle XXI, exhibition catalogue, Spain
2009  “Artificial Paradises or Home-Where? Tiffany Chung’s productions lead to utopia /dystopia,” Ulrike Münter, exhibition catalogue, Galerie Christian Hosp, Berlin, Germany
“Miss(ing) Saigon: Contemporary Vietnamese Diasporic Artists – Organizers in Ho Chi Minh City,” Essays on Modern and Contemporary Vietnamese Art, Viet Le, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore
“OUTSIDER CONNECTIONS: Saigon Emerges as a Dynamic New Centre of Contemporary Art,” C-Arts Magazine, Iola Lenzi, Vol 07, 2009, Singapore & Indonesia
“Tyler Rollins Fine Art, Chelsea, New York: That Change, in Chelsea,” C-Arts Magazine, Enin Supriyanto, Vol 07, 2009, Singapore & Indonesia
“The Center Cannot Hold: Predicaments and predictions,” Art in Asia, Viet Le, Jan-Feb 2009 No 9, Seoul, Korea
ASIA ARCHIVE 8 – Contemporary Asian Artists, art in ASIA, Jan-Feb 2009, Korea
2008 “All Work, All Play: of Workers and Cosplayers, Or, Popaganda: the art of Tiffany Chung,” Viet Le, exhibition catalogue, Tyler Rollins Fine Art, New York, USA
Strategies from within, exhibition catalogue, China
“Out of this World,” Shanghai Talk, Natalee Blagden, China
Crazyhorse, literary journal, cover image, number 73, Spring 2008, USA
2007  transPOP: Korea Vietnam Remix, exhibition catalogue, Korea
“Confectionaries and Conurbation,” Bangkok Post, Camilla Russell, Thailand
2006 Arcus Project 2006 Ibaraki, residency program catalogue, Japan
“Update,” Interior Design Magazine, Jen DeRose, USA
2005 Fukuoka Triennale 2005, exhibition catalogue, Japan
Fukuoka Triennale 2005, residency program catalogue, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, Japan
“The 3rd Fukuoka Triennale,” NHK Sunday Art Museum program, TV interview, Oct 16, 2005, Japan
Love FM radio, interview, Sept 16, 2005, Japan
Fukuoka Asian Art Museum News, cover image, vol.22, Oct 2005, Japan
“Pick up Artists,” Kyushu Eyes, Kaori Toki, Japan
Gallery Monthly, cover image, vol.245, Sept 2006, Japan
“Candy-coated sidewalks,” Global Women Conference flyer, Germany
2004 “Living in Limbo,” Steven Petiffor, Asian Art News, Hong Kong
“In Search Of Global Identities,” Asian Art News, Steven Petiffor, Hong Kong
Identities Versus Globalization, exhibition catalogue, Heinrich Boell Foundation, Germany
“Tiffany Chung – in Ho Chi Minh City, on Ho Chi Minh City,” Saigon Citylife, Sue Hajdu, Vietnam

Organized by Akiyoshidai International Art Village
Supported by Yamaguchi prefecture, Yamaguchi board of education, Mine city, Mine city board of education

2010 Residence Fellow Tiffany Chung

Date:31 May - 15 June, 2010

There will be a 'conceptual' map making workshop on Sunday, 13 June, 2010.
Details will be announced soon.

Place:

Akiyoshidai International Art Village
Workshop: Seminar room 2 and 3

Info:

Contact:
Akiyoshidai International Art Village
50 Akiyoshi, Shuoho-cho, Mine-shi, Yamaguchi, 754-0511
TEL: 0837-63-0020 / FAX:0837-63-0021
Email:trans2010@aiav.jp