Liang-Pin Tsao
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Artist Statement

Born and grew up in Hsinchu, Taiwan, Liang-Pin Tsao is an artist currently based in New Taipei City, Taiwan. He holds an MFA degree from Pratt Institute and his works have been exhibited in Taiwan, Japan, Korea and the U.S. Liang is the recipient of Residency Unlimited Artist-In-Residency Program
sponsored by the Ministry of Culture Taiwan, Pak-Hing Kan Arts Grant, and scholarship from Pratt
Institute. His works explore the relations between image, language and emotion in the socio-cultural contexts. Liang’s first photography monograph, Sojourn, is to be published in September 2015, and is sponsored by National Culture and Arts Foundation in Taiwan.

Exhibition History at Gallery 456
2014Shimmers in the Drawer
Works & History
2015“ART on TV — The TAV Studio Project” Curatorial Practice. Taipei Artist Village. Taipei, Taiwan
2014“Shimmers in the Drawer” solo exhibit. 456 gallery. New York, US
2013“With my < >, trade your < >” group exhibit. Taipei Artist Village. Taipei, Taiwan

“Mindstream” curatorial practice. Fotoaura gallery. Tainan, Taiwan

“The Landscape of New City Center” group exhibit. Okinawa Art Museum. Okinawa, Japan

“Taiwan, Okinawa, Romania Cotemporary Art Exhibition” group exhibit. Camp Talganie Artistic Farm. Okinawa, Japan.

“The First Story of Two” solo Exhibit. Kips Seoul gallery. Seoul, Korea

“Taipei Art Photo Show” art fair. Taipei, Taiwan

“PAUSE” group exhibit. Foley gallery. New York, US
2012“A Vision Across Boundaries” group exhibit. VT Artsalon. Taipei, Taiwan
2011“Young Art Taipei” art fair. Taipei, Taiwan
    
“Young Emerging Star Taiwan” group exhibit. Aki gallery. Taipei, Taiwan
2010“APA|NY Photo Contest Winners” group exhibit. Root Brooklyn. New York, US

“Four Asian Artists” group exhibit. Kips Gallery. New York, US

“Durations” group exhibit. Daniel Cooney Fine Art. New York, US

“Upfront” two-person exhibit. Chelsea West gallery. New York, US

“Inner / City” solo thesis exhibit. Pratt Institute. New York, US
2009“Inner / City” solo exhibit. Fotoaura gallery. Tainan, Taiwan