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Xiaowen Chen
Significant Exhibition for last six years:
• In the Western New York at Albright-Knox Gallery and El Museo Gallery, Buffalo, NY (2007)
• We will have Bread (one person show), 798 Gallery, Beijing (2007)
• We will have Bread (one person show), He Xiangning Art Museum, China (2007)
• PingYiao International Photography Exhibition, Ping Yiao, China (2006)
• Convergence at E116/N40, Beijing (2005)
• Mirage (one person show), Artist Commune, Hong Kong (2005)
• Chengdu International Biennial (2005)
• Behind Door 20 Years, University Art Museum, UCSB, California (2004)
• Art of the Americas, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California (2004)
• Beijing International New Media Exhibition, China Millennium Art Museum. Beijing (2004)
• Across the Divide, California State University, Long Beach (2003)
• In the Western New York, Albright-Knox Museum, Buffalo, New York (2002)
• Too Much Flavor, Art Center Gallery, Shanghai, China (2002)
• Paper Works, Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, CA (2001)
• Digital: Revolutions in Printmaking, Brooklyn Museum of Art, NY (2001)
• The Art and Science International Exhibition, National Museum of Fine Arts, Beijing (2001)
• Tracing-Works on Paper by Chinese Artists, Fosdick-Nelson Gallery, Alfred University (2001)
• Mantic Ecstasy, Hangzhou, China (2001)
• In the Western New York, Albright-Knox Museum, Buffalo, New York (2000)
• Floating, Fosdick-Nelson Gallery, Alfred University, Alfred, New York (1999)
Honors/Awards
• Saltonstall Foundation for the Arts Grant
• Laurie Tisch Sussman Foundation Award (2004) 
• New York Foundation for the Art Grant (2003)
• Chun-Hui China Department Education fellowship (2003)
• Honorary Professor, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
• Honorary Professor, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China
Xiaowen’s work is included in many Permanent Collections. These collections include: Evansville Museum of Arts and Science, Indiana; Santa Barbara Museum of Art, California; Chinese National Museum of Arts, Beijing, China; The University of South Dakota, South Dakota; Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology, Indiana. Illinois State University, Illinois
Panel: International Printmaking: A unique Overview
Topic: Making Prints in China
(Thursday morning)

Open Portfolio Feature: Digital Prints from Alfred University

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