Hui-Ying Tsai is a Taiwanese/American interdisciplinary artist based in Brooklyn and Taipei. She received the BFA from National Kaohsiung Normal University and the MFA in New Genres from San Francisco Art Institute.

She has exhibited internationally for over a decade. Her solo exhibition venues included the Stock 261 at the TaiTung Railway Art Village in TaiTung, Taiwan, Diego Rivera Gallery in San Francisco, Mooney Center Gallery at The College of New Rochelle, and CAN Foundation -- Old House Warming Project in Seoul, South Korea. She participated in art festivals and art fairs such as the International Guerrilla Video Festival in Dublin, the On-Site Art Festival in Taipei, Art Revolution Taipei, Young Art Kaohsiung, and Governors Island Art Fair in New York.

Her public collections include the National Taiwan Museum of Fine Arts, and Taitung Art Museum. Hui-Ying collaborated with the Office of Economic and Workforce Development and the San Francisco Arts Commission to develop the Art-In-Storefront community project.

She was a fellow of MacDowell Colony, Joan Mitchell Foundation, MASS MoCA, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, The Vermont Studio Center, The Millay Colony for the Arts, Cheng Long Wetlands International Art Project, Red Bull Arts Detroit, Pier-2 Art Center, and the Antenna: Spillways Residency. Most recently, she was the winner of the Excellent Award of 2018 Austronesian International Arts Award from Taitung Art Museum.

Hui-Ying has featured in the books An Illustrated History of Taiwan Art, and History of Fine Art in Postwar Taiwan authored by Professor Qiong-Rui Xiao in 2013 and 2016 respectively. She also writes an art and culture column for magazines and has solid experience in the commercial design industry.




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