A Studio Sale of 25 works of art direct from the studio of contemporary artist, Kristina Chan.
In the years since Chan graduated from the Royal College of Art she has received international exposure. Working within the themes of narrative, landscape and metaphor, her works address collective memory and experiential space. She works between traditional printmaking, early photography and sculpture. This Studio Sale is an opportunity to collect her early work as well as more recent explorations.
Chan has exhibited globally, most notably at the Musee du Louvre during the 5th Annual Exposure Award Black and White Collection, Offprint TATE at TATE Modern (2015, 2016, 2018), Royal Academy London (2019, 2020,2021), Beers London (2020), Photo LA (2020), Photo IS:RAEL (2020), Royal Academy of Art Antwerp during the 1st Edition of the KoMASK Master Printmaking Salon (2017), Oseana Kunst og Kultursenter Bergen (2018), Museum für Moderne Kunst Bremen, Mindepartementet Museum of Art and Photography Stockholm, Hellingkreuzer HOF Venna (all 2016), Litvak Contemporary Tel Aviv, Israel (2019,2022), The Lightbox Museum (2021) and Mall Galleries London (2017), Royal Scottish Academy Edinburgh (2019, 2018, 2019,2020,2021), and Project 88 Mumbai (2016), to name a few.
Chan has works in the permanent archives of the V&A Museum (2016, 2017), Ingram Collection (2020) and Royal Collection, Clarence House (2018). She is a recipient of the Canada Council for the Arts Digital Originals Innovation Grant, Queen Sonja Print Award finalist and winner of the Ingram Prize (all 2020), two-time recipient of the Elizabeth Greenshield’s Foundation Project Grant (2017, 2018), 1 st place winner of the Royal Society of Painter Printmakers RE Anthony Dawson Printmakers Prize, Royal Scottish Academy RSA Guthrie Award, Wyng Media Award WMA Public Commission Finalist (all 2017), Villiers David Travel Grant (2015), Canadian General Governor’s Award for Excellence (2010), Government of Canada’s Millennium Award (2009).
3. Kristina ChanSites & Mention 1
Engraving on Bronze, 30 x 30 x 2 cm.
4. Kristina ChanSites & Mention 2
Wood Engraving, 30 x 30 x 0.3 cm.
6. Kristina ChanNowhere / Now Here
Lithography, 66 x 90 x 5 cm.
13. Kristina Chan & Cristina MorbiOmnipotent
Etching, 40 x 50 cm.