Huang Chih-Yang was born in Taipei, Taiwan in 1965. He studied at the Taipei Chinese Cultural University, where he majored in Fine Arts. His works include the "Zoom" series of semi-abstract figurative works and a number of architectural constructions of oyster shells and telephone wire. His "Lover's Library" series consists of full-length nude portraits of couples from around the world. He likens the project to an attempt to "create my own humans-beings devoid of race." He was awarded the Asian Culture Council Prize in 1996. His work has been exhibited at the Taipei Fine Arts Museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney, the P.S. 1 Museum in New York and the Museum of Modern Art in San Fransisco, among others.
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