pei Chiang


    • Female
    • Painter


    Galerie Gran Siecle, Taipei,Taiwán

    About the artist

    Pei Shan Chiang (Taiwan, 1983) is a Taiwanese visual artist currently based in Mexico. Having first studied Materials Engineering and Psychology at university, Chiang’s artistic beginnings came at the late age of 28 — although she did start studying Chinese calligraphy since she was a child. She started her creative endeavors not due to her fascination with art, but due to her fascination with human life. She has since attended a variety of workshops and courses at different institutes, including the Academy of San Carlos in Mexico City.
    Chang’s work has been exhibited at venues such as the José Clemente Orozco Gallery of the Department of Cultural Dissemination of UNAM, the Senate of the Republic and the House-Studio Museum of Diego Rivera and Frida Kahlo, as well as at private institutions such as the FEMSA building within the Santa Fe campus of the Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education (ITESM), the Cedros Foundation, the Aguafuerte gallery and the Arte Visual México gallery. Her work also appears on different catalogs such as Flamantes and Artes Proyecta. Chang has also taken part in a number of documentaries regarding life and culture in Mexico, produced by different Asian TV stations. She is currently represented in Asia by Galerie Grand Siècle.

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