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Chihung Yang

Chihung Yang (Taiwanese b. 1947) Chihung Yang was born on October 25, 1947 in Taiwan. Between 1965 and 1968, he attended the National Taiwan College of Art. In 1979, he emigrated to New York with his wife Jane, and their son, Daniel. In 1984-85 and again in 1985-86, he was awarded a year's residency at The Clock tower in New York City by The Institute for Art and Urban Resources.

He is one of the most important contemporary Chinese abstract expressionists. He was awarded the Asian Artist Award by the Governor of New York. For over 40 years, the artist has created relentlessly. He successfully incorporates eastern vibrant brush strokes with western grandiose landscapes. He remains an active figure in the international art scene as well as an inspirational mentor to distinguished contemporary artists today.

Chihung Yang's work is included in significant museum, corporate, and private art collections in Western Europe, the Americas, and Asia.

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