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Born in Taipei, Taiwan in 1991, Lan Chung-Hsuan currently works and resides in Taipei, Taiwan.

Lan Chung-Hsuan is a Taiwanese artist born in Taipei, with an MFA in Fine Arts from Pratt Institute in New York. His work draws on themes of war, disaster, history, and aerospace, employing techniques such as photographic reproduction, found imagery, archival materials, and mixed-media installations to explore the concepts of loss and possibility in relation to life and identity.

Recent exhibitions include a solo show titled "αβγθ" at Also Space in Taipei, Taiwan (2023), the "Intermediary Biennale" in Istanbul, Turkey (2023), a solo exhibition titled "The Romance of the Ocean Lies in the Fact That It Doesn’t Drown You" at Kiosk Gallery in Taichung, Taiwan (2023), a group exhibition titled "Rewriting Reality: Archives and Identity in Contemporary Taiwanese Photography" at the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts in Taichung, Taiwan (2022), the "Suwon International Art Festival" in Suwon, South Korea (2022), and a solo exhibition titled "Afterglow" at AKI Gallery Leipzig in Leipzig, Germany (2021). Recent curatorial projects include the group exhibition "IMAGRATION" at Gallery COMMON in Tokyo, Japan (2023) and the group exhibition "Provoking the World—Resistance Against Centrism" at Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts in Taipei, Taiwan (2021, co-curated). He has participated in residency programs at 3331 Arts Chiyoda in Japan and Arteles Creative Center in Finland, and has received awards including the Arte Laguna Prize, the Jibao Contemporary Art Award, and the Ministry of Culture’s MIT New Talent Recommendation. His works are collected by institutions such as the Taiwan Central Bank, the Taiwan Art Bank, and the Shin Kong Mitsukoshi Cultural and Educational Foundation.

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