Lee Mao-Cheng

Born in Yunlin County, Taiwan

 

Education

Attended the Department of Fine Arts, Chinese Culture University, Taipei, Taiwan

Graduated from Chiayi Normal College, Chiayi, Taiwan

 

Solo Exhibitions

2011   “Sounds and Shadows--Late Autumn Through Early Winter,” Moon  

       Gallery, Taichung, Taiwan

2003   “Heavenly Harmony,” Exhibition of Calligraphy, Moon Gallery, Taichung, Taiwan

2002   “Dark Clouds Turned into Inky Color, White Rain Falling Like Pearls,”    Exhibition of Calligraphy, Department of Culture, Taipei County Culture Center, Taiwan

2001   “Encounter,” In the Series of “The Inheritance of Art” Exhibitions, Keelung City Cultural Center, Taiwan

“Anitya,” Second Exhibition of the Series of “Six Masters at the Turn of the New Century,” Keelung City Cultural Center, Taiwan

“Ksana!Ksana!” Eslite Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2010   “Beyond Vision: Highlights of Abstract paintings from the National Taiwan  

           Museum of fine Arts Collection,” National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan

2009   “The New Aspect : 2009 Exhibition of Contemporary Cross-Strait Ink Paintings,” National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan

2008   “Home:Taiwan Biennial 2008 ,” National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan

“Form, Idea, Essence and Rhythm: Contemporary East Asian Ink Painting,” Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan

2006   “The Tranquility of Zen: One Hundred Years of Development of Calligraphy in Taiwan,” Shin Kong Wu Foundation, Taipei, Taiwan

          “Ink Transformation: Modern Ink Painting in Taiwan,” Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan

2005   “Kuandu Extravaganza—Exhibition of Modem Art in Taiwan”, Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, Taiwan

2004    “Contemporary Ink Painting and the State of the Ink,” Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan

           “Obscured Traces: The Art of Ink Painting after the End of the History of Art,” Eslite Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan

2003   “The Trails of Time: 50 years Taiwanese Art since the End of World War II , Chan Liu Art Museum, Taoyuan, Taiwan

          “Gazing Taiwan: Initiating the 228 Element in Taiwanese Art,” the Sixth 228 Art Exhibition,” Art Gallery of The Presidential Office 

           Building,Taipei, Taiwan

2001   “Chinese Calligraphy Biennial: Tradition and Experimentation,” (having been invited as participating arts since then), Taiwan

2000   “The New Century of Chinese Ink Painting: The Exhibition of Chinese Ink Painting from Hong Kong and Taiwan,” Hong Kong Visual Arts Centre, Hong Kong

         “The New Millennium: Tradition and Experimentation,”

         “On the Edge of Tradition—Broadening the Vision of Contemporary InkArt,” Dimension Endowment of Art, Taipei, Taiwan

         “Exhibition of Recent Themes,” Eslite Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan

         “Variation of Landscape,” Joint Exhibition of Ink Paintings, the Caves Art Center, Taipei,Taiwan

        “Three Hundred Years of Art in Taiwan,” Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, Taichung, Taiwan

         “A Selection of Contemporary Chinese Paintings,” Ferrara Museum, Italy

1987   “Modern Painting in ROC,” San Francisco, U.S.A

       “Contemporary Chinese Painting Exhibition,” Seoul, South Korea

       “International Ink Painting Exhibition,” Ueno Royal Museum, Tokyo, Japan

       “Abstract Ink Painting Exhibition,” Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan

       “New Trends in Chinese Traditional Paintings Exhibition〞, Versailles, France

       “From Tradition to Modernity,” Joint Ink Painting Exhibition, the Asia World Art Center, Taipei, Taiwan

1985   New Artists Exhibition, The Caves Art Center, Taipei, Taiwan

 

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