Exhibition & Residency:
June 1 – August 31, 2010
Drawing, cutting, and pasting is Liu Shih-Tung’s daily routine. The interaction between hands and materials conveys his life experience. He locates himself in strange images, discovering new wonders in commonplace photo images and objects. The artist tries to choose an unusual path and intends to create possibilities for unlimited imagination. His work reveals the folk art atmosphere of the paper cutting skill.
Liu Shih Tung was born in 1970 in Taiwan. Lu lives and works in Taipei, and received his MFA from Taipei National University of Arts. He has held many solo exhibitions at museums and galleries, including Taipei Fine Arts Museum; Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts; and Young-Un Museum of Contemporary Art. His group exhibitions include Art Beijing; Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts; Fubon Art Foundation, Taipei; Gwanjiu Art Museum, Korea; Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, and Taipei Fine Arts Museum. He has won the Taipei Arts Prize, was selected by the Cultural Affairs Bureau of Taipei, residency at Young-Un Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea.
He also gained a Fellowship from the Shiy De-Jinn Foundation Art Center, and won the New York Art Creativity Award of the Asian Cultural Council, Taipei County Prize, Art Exhibition of Taipei County, and “River: New Asian Art A Dialogue In Taipei”, Taipei County Cultural Center. His works have been collected by the National Taiwan Museum of Art.