Hong Kong Art: Visual Archive
|Cho Hyun Jae 趙顯才|
|Name in pinyin: Zhao Xiancai|
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|Place of birth: Seoul, Korea|
|Art Medium: mixed media work,painting,performance|
|Cho was born in Korea and has been living in Hong Kong since 1997. She completed her Bachelor degree in Western Painting and Master degree in Art Education at Duk Sung Woman's University College of Fine Arts in Korea. She received the Inchon Grand Art Exhibition Grand Prize and the 4th Sea Art Festival Grand Prize in Korea in 1990. She also received the Prize of Peace and Friendship in the 4th International Asian European Art Biennial in 1992. Cho founded the 'Front Art Studio' in Oil Street in 1998 and 'Kwok Art Institute' Community Art Education in Cattle Depot Artist Village in 2001.|
|Fire and Water Series (1990) Performance and Installation in Seoul, Korea||Moo, Moo, Moo (1990) Mixed media installation||Monument - Column (1990) Acrylic on cloth (painting) 2.5x4m||Monument - Column (1991) Painting & Sculpture 1x2.7x2.7m|
|Monument - Column (1991) Painting & Sculpture 2x3x3m||Self-ask, Self-reply (1991) Photography||Fire, Water and Human (Vision) (1991) Performance in Chongju, Korea||Human Moving Sculpture (1991) Performance in Korea|
|Inside and Outside: Skinless Skin (1992) Multi-media/Condom Installation, flexible size||Dona, Dona, dona - Mony Project 1994 (1994) Installation and Performance||Inside Outside (1998) Acrylic on canvas 152x122cm||Inside Outside (1998) Acrylic on wood 28.5x42cm|
|Inside Outside (1998) Acrylic on wood 28.5x42cm||Inside Outside (1998) Acrylic on canvas 152x122cm||Spectacle I (1999) Installation||Inside, Outside (1999) Installation|
|Black Tide (2000) Mixed Video Image Photograph 140x120cm||Inside Out (2001) Acrylic on wood, fabric, rice paper & Chinese script||Pound Lane Happening (2001) Near Parasite Art Space, Hong Kong||Inside, Outside (1990-1998, 2001) Acrylic on wood, fabric, rice paper & Chinese script|
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Last updated: 3 July, 2020.