“My work concept has captured the subject matters for the art and reality, to explore the subtleties of meaning in everyday life. I aim to share my ideas with the viewers who participate and inspire their imagination. I think, to a certain extent; we explore the art world from different perspectives.”
Born in China and living in Melbourne, Grace Huang is a multiple award winner, including the MERIT AWARD 2016; The Best Landscape in Mortimore Art Prize 2013; The Best Urban Landscape in Camberwell Art Show 2012; Winner of Victor Harbour Exhibition Open Section Award 2002; Herald Sun Camberwell Art Award 2001; The High Commendations in The Fleurieu Food & Wine Art Prize 2016 & 2011. The finalist of ARTBOX.PROJECTS NEW YORK 1.0, 2018; Cliftons Art Prize 2017 & 2016; Brisbane Art Prize 2017 & 2016; Hawkesbury Art Prize 2013 & 2012; Muswellbrook Art Prize 2013; Redland Art Award 2012 & 2008; Norvill Art Prize 2010; MacarthurCook Art Award 2008; and John Leslie Art Prize 2004.
Grace's artworks and articles published in Artist Magazines, books and media globally, including the Winter 2018 Issue of CIRCLE QUARTERLY ART REVIEW Magazine; Who's Who in Visual Art / 101 Top Fine Artists of Our Day, Vol. 2017-2018; TAKING IT TO MIND by Chinese Literature & Art Publishing House, 2016; Art Compass 2016; articles and paintings published in AUSTRALIAN ARTIST magazine, 2004 & 2001; paintings selected by Crawford Productions services Pty Ltd & Robert Greenwald Films for use in the feature film BLONDE, 2000; drawings selected in the catalogue covers of Australian Broadcasting Corporation,1989; drawings chosen in the book of The Hundred Of Drawings By Students At The Guangzhou Academy Of Fine Arts.
Grace has exhibited worldwide, included ARTBOX.PROJECT New York 1.0 at Stricoff Fine Art, 2018; ARTBOX.PROJECT Basel 1.0 Basel Artweek 2017; ARTBOX.PROJECT Miami 1.0 Miami Artweek 2016; The Academic Research ‘TAKING IT TO MIND’ at Lingnan Museum of Fine Art in China, 2016; ART CONTEMPORAIN, at Saint Rémy-lès-Chevreuse in Paris, 2015; the exhibitions in China in 2011 & 2006; Melbourne Affordable Art Show in 2005 & 2004; ArtExpo NYC & Palm Spring Art Fair California in 2003; exhibited in Taiwan from 1996 to 1999.
Grace's work has included in corporate and private collections in Asia, Europe, America, and Australasia.
This review was published by Circle Foundation for the Arts © CFA Press ∙ Images are courtesy of the artist