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Zhongshan, China, 1969
Zhong Chen was born in 1970 in Zhongshan, China and arrived in Australia at the age of 19 in 1989. Now residing in Melbourne, Chen has forged a successful career by exploring his trans-cultural identity. Chen’s work is proudly inspired by his Chinese heritage. His collections examine, highlight and celebrate the cultural, political and historical relationships between Australia and China, and their respective approaches to narrative and image making in contemporary art.
Zhong has exhibited extensively since 1995.
1998 Masters of Fine Arts, Chelsea School of Art
1996 Bachelor of Visual Arts (honours), University of South Australia
1994 Diploma of Visual Arts, North Adelaide School of Art
2017 Hero and Beauty, Harvey Galleries, Sydney
2011 Eva Breuer Gallery, Sydney
2010 Australian High Commission, Singapore
2009 Eva Breuer Gallery, Sydney
2008 Metro 5 Gallery, Melbourne
2007 Eva Breuer Gallery, Sydney
2006 Small Paintings, Eva Breuer Gallery, Sydney
Greenhill Galleries, Perth
2005 Shanghai Bund, Greenhill Galleries, Perth
Eva Breuer Gallery, Sydney
Metro 5 Gallery, Melbourne
International Studio and Curatorial Program, New York
2004 Shanghai Summer, Art Galleries Schubert, Gold Coast
Shanghai Night, Metro 5 Gallery, Melbourne
2003 Zhong Chen Recent Paintings, Eva Breuer Gallery, Sydney
2002 Metro 5 Gallery, Melbourne
2001 Eva Breuer Gallery, Sydney
The Alternative Museum, New York
Juliet,Juliet, Adelaide Central Gallery, Adelaide
Shaolin Spin Kick Combo, Studio 12, 200 Gertrude Street, Melbourne
2000 Bird and Flower Portraiture, Span Galleries, Melbourne
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS
2012 Chinese Australia, Ausin Tung Gallery, Melbourne
2011 The Archibald Prize, The Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney
2009 The Doug Moran Art Portrait Prize, Sydney
Salon Des Refuses, Sydney
Figurative Show, Hill Smith Gallery, Adelaide
Home Coming Exhibition, Linda Gallery, Beijing
2008 The Archibald Prize, The Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney
The Wynne Prize, The Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney
Mao To Now, Sydney Olympic Park, Sydney
Singapore Art Fair, Singapore
Asian Art Fair, New York
Hong Kong Art Fair, Hong Kong
Motif Fine Art, Taiwan
The Doug Moran Art Portrait Prize, Sydney
2007 The Archibald Prize, The Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney
2006 The Wynne Prize, The Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney
2005 The Arthur Guy Memorial Painting Prize, Bendigo
Squared, Greenhill Galleries, Perth
2004 Xin Nian-Contemporary Australian Chinese Art, The Response Gallery, NGV, Victoria
SBS Art Award, Mannigham Gallery, Melbourne
2003 Redlands Art Prize, Mosman Art Gallery
Salon Des Refuses, Sydney
2002 SBS Federation Art Award, Federation Square, National Gallery of Victoria
2001 Salon Des Refuses, Sydney;
Mediated Portraits, Mass Gallery, Sydney
Alice Art Prize, Alice Springs
Doug Moran Portrait Prize, Sydney
2000 Melbourne Art Fair, Melbourne
2009 Holding Redlich People’s Choice Award, Salon Des Refuses, Sydney
2005 Australia Council Grant ] three month residency at the International Studio and Curatorial Program, New York
2002 SBS Federation Art Award, Federation Square, Melbourne
2001 Australia Council Greene Street, New York Studio Residency
2000 The Ian Potter Cultural Trust
1999 Premier’s Award- Emerging Artist of the Year, ARTSA
Art Gallery of South Australia
Gold Coast City Art Gallery
Western Mining Australia
Sydney F.H Faulding and Co.
Adelaide, Macquarie University
Private Collections in Japan, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, London, New York and Australia.
We are so excited to unveil our newly renovated Harvey Galleries landmark location in Seaforth. We want to celebrate this momentous occasion with all our old and new friends of the gallery. Please join us for an afternoon of drinks, entertainment and catching up… Continue reading
Harvey Galleries cordially invite you and your guest to join us and Zhong Chen to unveil his latest exhibition at our Mosman gallery. Continue reading
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