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  3. 陈龙斌简介

  4. 长期以来,陈龙斌的艺术创作就以改造陈旧书籍,杂志,电脑纸演译成艺术品而闻名于世。在其精湛的凋刻技术处理下,这些书籍已转变成木材或大理石的外表,手触这些作品却依然是页页可翻动的纸张凋塑。
  5. 他的作品具有一种视觉的魔幻效果,引人以全新角度审视书本,思考媒体消费和资源浪费,许多策展人把他的作品归类为环保艺术; 细看作品多年发展,作者同时也在哀悼书籍被电子数字时代淘汰的命运,使作品更具文化的时代意义。
  6. 他把书籍作为一种审美对象的艺术形式,个性化处理后令人印象深刻,一方面成功地结合技术和观念;材质与思想,进而在西方的观念艺术基础上导入东方的传统木刻形式,成功地溷搭东方与西方,传统与现代,在东西文化接轨中走出新的塑凋路数。
  7. 近十年艺术家基本上过游牧式的生活,长的三个月,短的5星期在欧、亚、美洲创作展出,2007年后定居纽约,但每年还是有数回国际展出。他的书籍来源多数是依靠资源回收系统及二手书店就地取材,再就收集到书籍种类,大小,数量,进行创作,这批作品展示艺术家在世界各地对书本文化的思考。书本文本对艺术家不再是辅助创作思考的文化媒介,而是取代金属、木、石等成为新的凋塑材料,可谓行万里路、毁万卷书。
  8. 陈龙斌出生在台湾。台中东海大学美术系学士,美国纽约视觉艺术学院硕士,现定居美国纽约。他的作品曾在美国,德国,荷兰,义大利,巴西,印度,台湾,新加坡,韩国、日本和香港展出。
  9. 重要的展出包括:
    看不见的主题:佛教精神在当代艺术,斯纳格哈伯史泰登岛文化中心,纽约
    Kidspace美国麻州当代艺术馆。
    荷兰纸艺双年展,
    德国新媒体中心亚洲当代艺术展
    古巴哈瓦那双年展,
    ”第二生命”--纽约艺术与设计美术馆
  10. 目前他的作品由纽约Frederieke泰勒画廊和香港万玉堂代理。
  11. Chen Long-Bin

  12. Long-Bin Chen is known for his skillful transformation of out-of-date books, newspapers, magazines, and computer paper into art that—when viewed from a distance—appears to be made of wood or marble. Chen’s work is not only a commentary on human consumption and waste,it also mourns the pre-digital era of bound books. His art approaches the book object as an aesthetic object and attempts to combine ideas and concepts from the East with those from the West.
  13. Long-Bin Chen was born in Taiwan. He received a BFA from Tung-Hai University in Taiwan and an MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York. He has exhibited widely in the United States, Germany, Taiwan, Japan, and Hong Kong. His most recent group exhibitions include The Invisible Thread: Buddhist Spirit in Contemporary Art at the Snug Harbor Cultural Center in Staten Island, New York; The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama organized by the Dalai Lama Foundation, a traveling exhibition; Kidspace at MASS MOCA; and Second Lives:Remixing the ordinary, Museum of Arts and Design. He is represented by Frederieke Taylor Gallery in New York, where he had his most recent solo exhibition in 2008.
  14. 陈龙斌简历

  15. 地址:板桥市实践路93巷80号 email:long18th@yahoo.com1964 
    生于台湾省云林县
  16. 个展:
    1992 "工具",二号公寓,台北。
    1994 "媒体帝国",美国文化中心,台北。
    1995  "阅读凋塑",八楼画廊,纽约。
    1997  "人.文----阅读凋塑展",台北市立美术馆,台北。
    1998  "阅读台湾",台湾省文化处,台湾南投。
    1999 "另类阅读",诚品艺文空间,台北
    2000 "时间演义", 诚品艺文空间,台中。
    2003 "意识型态",FrederickeTaylor画廊,纽约
    2004 "阅读凋塑----罗马计画",St. Ivoalla国家资料库,中华民国Holly See大使馆,罗马,义大利。
    2005  "阅读的故事",kidspace, mass moca,麻州现代艺术中心。美国
    2006 "文化战士",万玉堂,香港
    2008 "洲际快速", FrederickeTaylor画廊,纽约
    2010 "圣像与观念", 万玉堂,香港
    2011 "书艺—陈龙斌个展",现当代艺廊,迈阿密,美国
  17. 重要联展:
    1987 "雄狮新人奖联展",雄狮画廊,台北。
    1991 "九人新声联展",二号公寓,台北。
    "第五届台北国际版画双年展",台北市立美术馆,台北。
    "本土性",二号公寓,台北
    1992 "作品中的时间性",帝门艺术基金会,台北。
    "新生态开幕联展",新生态画廊,台南。
    1993 "奇特的结构",视觉艺廊,纽约。
    "玩乐,工作及思考",视觉艺廊,纽约。
    1994 "纽约美术研究生特展",杭特大学(CAA主办),纽约。
    "台北市双年展入围展",台北市立美术馆,台北。
    "视觉三人展",视觉艺廊,纽约。
    "台湾地图".帝门艺术基金会,台北。   
    1995 "中日韩凋塑交流展",台北市立美术馆,台北。
    "物体轨道",美华艺廊,纽约。
    "obCKession"(青年品味),TZ'ART 画廊,纽约。
    "中国VS美国",TZ'ART画廊,纽约。
    "德国小型凋塑三年展---欧洲VS亚洲,司徒加特市,德国。
    1996 "我们的神",ISE 艺术基金会,纽约。
    "个人之最",Chassie Post 画廊,亚特兰大市,美国。
    1997 "艺术小餐车",富邦艺术基金会,台北。
    1998 "第五元素--艺术市集",富邦艺术基金会,台北。
    "两岸新声---台/港/沪 当代画语",帝门艺术中心,香港,台北。
    "凝视与形塑---后二二八世代的历史观察",台北市立美术馆,台北。
    "捷运艺术季--(空间对话)凋塑展",北市捷运局,国立艺术学院,台北。
    "中国当代艺术与世纪末",雷蒙大学附属艺廊,纽约。
    "大坂三年展---1998凋塑类",大坂当代艺术中心,大坂。
    "智慧之路",富邦艺术基金会,台大图书馆
    1999 "玩、纸工厂---国际纸艺营",中兴纸厂,树火纸博物馆,省文化处,宜兰
    "体&形---1999新加坡国际凋塑展",新加坡市政府。
    "複数元的视野---台湾当代美术1988-1999",北京中国美术馆,山艺术文教基金会,北京,台北,新竹,高雄
    2000 "架上风景",美国文化中心,台北。
    "移植再生---台湾纸上拼贴展",郭木生文教基金会,台北
    "Mondo Tiara", Sculpture to Wear Gallery, 洛杉矶。
    "旧金山艺术博览会" Robert Berman gallery, 旧金山。
    2001 "ABSOLUT---2001洛杉矶国际双年展", 洛杉矶。
    "飙绪",台北市立美方馆,台北
    "轻且重的震撼",台北市当代艺术馆、台北
    "2001大坂三年展",财团法人大坂府文化挀兴财团、大坂。
    2002 "轻且重的震撼"’Total当代艺术馆, 韩国汉城
    2003 "佛教与当代艺术",Snug Harbor Cultural Center, 纽约
    2004 "做一本书",Plum Blossom画廊,纽约市迈阿密艺术博览会,弗罗里达州,美国。
    2004 "达赖喇嘛佛教与现代艺术",达赖喇嘛基金会,洛杉矶、纽约、东京、巴黎、台北、、、。
    2005 "亚洲新浪潮" ZKM 新媒体中心,德国
    "纽约亚洲艺术博览会",美国
    2006 "外内反转—台湾艺术新领域",台北纽约文化中心,哥伦比亚大学,纽约市
    "荷兰纸艺双年展",Apeldoorn, Rijswijk 美术馆,荷兰
    北京艺术博览会,北京,中国
    "第二生命",艺术与设计美术馆、纽约,美国
    "文字讯息",Islip美术馆,纽约长岛,美国
    2009 "Chelsea Visits Havana----哈瓦那双年展,古巴
    "此时此地",纽约华人博物馆,纽约
    2010 "再创作",ogilvy纽约总部,纽约
    "道-----华人当代艺术",leman 大学画廊,纽约
    "新回收艺术, Repurpose, recuse, recycle a fresh Approach",Brea 画廊, 加州
    香港艺术博会,万玉堂,香港
    台北艺术博览会,悠閒画廊,台北
    2011 "当代观点下的书",Delaware当代艺术中心 , Towson大学,美国
    "新加坡艺术舞台国际艺术博会",新画廊,金沙会展中心
    "迈阿密国际艺博会", 现当代艺廊,迈阿密海滩会展中心,美国
    "佛之足迹---佛与现代艺术",Kunst Museum, Bochum.德国
  18. 得奖记录:
    1985 "中华民国版画展,特优奖",台湾。
    1987 "第十二届雄狮美术新人奖首奖",雄狮美术杂志社,台北。
    1988 "东海大学美术系毕业展优选奖",台中。
    1995 "第六届小型凋塑三年展观众票选奖",司徒加特,德国。
    1996 "琼米契艺术基金会年度奖助",纽约。
    1998 "大坂三年展 1998凋塑类",银牌奖,大坂。
  19. 作品收藏:
    1987 雄狮美术社,台北。
    1994 树火纸博物馆,台北。
    Liben Aroma 香水公司,印地安那州,美国。
    1995 爱伦且斯偌夫 书艺收藏计划。
    Peter Sander收藏计划,荷兰。
    1998 大坂市政府。
    国立台湾美术馆
    2001 Robert Berman 画廊 洛杉矶
    2003 Dr. Pieter Sanders收藏计划,荷兰
    2004 West collection基金会, 费城。
    2005 “Sarabhai Family ” 收藏,印度。
    2007 John Guyfrend 收藏
    Poet House in New York,
    2008 Deutsche Bank art
    Jordan Schnitzer Museum of art, University of Oregon.
    Patrik Koenig 收藏
  20. 学历:
    1983 复兴商工,美工科。
    1989  东海大学,美术系毕业,学士。
    1993 纽约视觉艺术学院,美术系,硕士。经历:
    1990 二号公寓画廊行政,台北。
    1996 "犹疑","裸体之后",中国现代艺术联展策划人,纽约。
    1997 实践大学兼任讲师。中原大学兼任讲师
    2000 "十八街艺术村"驻村艺术家,洛杉矶。
    2001 文建会艺术村评审委员。
    树火纸博物馆艺术顾问
    2004 "Vermont studio program"驻村艺术家
    2005 "Sarabhai House" 邀请艺术家,印度。
    2006 "Sacatar Foundation", 邀请艺术家, 巴西
    2008 艺术品製作示范,艺术与设计美术馆,纽约市
  21. Long-Bin Chen

  22. Born in Taipei, Taiwan, 1964
    1922 McGraw Ave, #2F, Bronx, NY10027
    Email:long18th@yahoo.com
    Fredericke Taylor gallery: tel 646-2300992
  23. Solo Show
    1992 “Tools”, Space 2 gallery, Taipei, Taiwan.
    1994 “Culture Empire”, American Institute in Taiwan”, Taipei, Taiwan.
    1995 “Reading Sculpture”, Eight floor gallery, New York.
    1997 “Humanity”, Taipei Fine Art Museum, Taipei, Taiwan.
    1998 “Taiwan Study”, Cultural Affairs Department of Taiwan Provincial Government, Taiwan.
    1999 " Alternative Study", Eslite bookstore, Taiwan.
    2000 “U.S.A v.s China”, 18st art complex, Santa Monica,USA
    2003 ‘Reading Sculpture---culture warrior”, Frederieke Taylor gallery, New York.
    2005 “Reading Sculpture----Kid project”, Mass MOCA kidspace.
    2006 “Reading Sculpture---Culture Warrior”, Plum Blossom gallery, Hong Kong.
    2008 “Continental Express” Frederieke Taylor gallery, New York
    2010 "Icon & Idea", Plum Blossom gallery, Hong Kong.
    2011 "Long-Bin Chen book art", Now contemporary gallery, Miami, U.S.A
    2011 "Bookface" , Now Contemporary art gallery, Miami, U.S.A.Sep 10th--Oct 30th 2011
  24. Group Show:
    1993 “Curious Structures”, Visual Art Gallery, New York.
    1994 “The Entering Show of Taipei Fine Arts Museum Biannual”, Taipei.
    1995 “A Dialogue of Contemporary Sculpture In Asia”, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei. “obCkession”, TZ’art & co, New York.“
    Triennial der Kleinplastik 1995, Europ --Ostaien”, Suttgart, Germany.
    1996 “Our Deities”, ISE Art Foundation, New York.
    1997 “Feast of Mind, Buffet of Art”, Fubon Art Foundation, Taipei.
    1998 “New Voices: Contemporary art Dialogue Among Taipei, Hong Kong and Shanghai”, National Taiwan Arts Education Institute, Taipei, Hong Kong .
    1998 “Osaka Triennale 1998—Sculpture”, Osaka Contemporary Art Center, Osaka.
    1999 “Volume & Form Singapore 1999”, Singapore City, National Library, Singapore.
    2001 “Absolut---2001Los Angeles International, Biennial Art Invitational”, Robert Berman Gallery, Santa Monica, U.S.A
    “New Minds----Artistic creations in motion”, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, The International Artists’ Village, Planning Office, CCA, Executive Yuan.
    2002“The gravity of the immaterial”, The Institute of Contemporary Arts”, Taipei,
    "The gravity of the immaterial”, Total Museum, Seoul,
    2003 “The Invisible Thread---Buddhist Spirit in Contemporary Art”, Snug Harbor Culture Center, New York.
    2004 “Do a Book”, Plum Blossom gallery. New York.
    2005 “Dalai Lama Portrait Project”, Dalai Lama Foundation, Travel Show—Morio Art Museum in Tokyo, Cartier Foundation in Paris and Museum in London, Taipei, Berlin, New York, LA.
    2006 “Pacific Rim”, City of Brea art gallery, Brea, CA, U.S.A
    2007 “Pulp Function”, Fuller Craft museum, Brockton, MA, U.S.A2008 “Outside In: New realm for Taiwan Art ”, Taipei culture center& Columbia University, New York, USA. “Holland Paper Biennal
    2008”,Museum Rijswik &Museum Apeldoom, Holland.
    “Sceond Lives”, Museum of Art &Design, New York, USA.
    2009 “Transformation: From ordinary to extraordinary”, various Museums in the U.S.A and one in Israel, Curate By Barbara J. bloemink.
    "Havana Biennal 2009", Cuba Museum, Cuba.
    "Here and Now", Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA), New York City, U.S.A
    2010 "Recreation" Ogilvy Chocolate factory. New York, U.S.A "Dio---Chinese contemporary art', Lehman college art gallery, New York, U.S.A "Hong Kong art fair", Plum Blossom gallery, Hong Kong.
    2011 "The Book: A Contemporary View", Delaware center for the contemporary arts & Towson University, U.S.A.
    "Art Stage Singapore", Neo Gallery, Marina Bay Sands, Singapore;
    "Miami international Art Fair", Now contemporary gallery,Miami beach convention center. U.S.A.
    "Buddha's trace---aspects of Buddhism in contemporary art", in cooperation with Ruhrtriennale, the international festival of theater and Music, Kunstmuseum Bochum, Germany.
    2011 “Buddha trace”,Kunstmuseum , Bochum, Germany.
    Aug 28th---Nov30th 2011
  25. Prize:
    1986 Awarded National Print Prize, Taiwan.
    1987 12th Shih Hsiung New Artist Prize, Taipei.
    1988 Tung-Hai University Fine Arts Prize, Taiwan.
    1995 Visitors Prize of the 6 Triennial of Small Scale Sculpture, Stuttgart, Germany.
    1996 Grant Award of the Joan Mitchell Foundation, New York.
    1997 Grant of the Nation Endowment for Arts, Taiwan.
    1998 Grant of the Nation Endowment for Arts, Taiwan.
    The Silver Prize of Osaka Triennial 1998 (Sculpture), Osaka, Japan.
  26. Collection
    1987 Shih Hsiung Fine Art Magazine, Taipei.
    1994 Suho paper museum, Taipei.
    Libenn Aroma Inc, South Ban, IN, USA.
    1995 Allan Chasanoff, Private Collection, New York.
    1998 Osaka City collection.
    Taiwain Museum, Taiwan.
    2003 Dr. Pieter Sanders collection
    2004 West collection, USA.
    2005 Sarabhai family Collection.
    2007 John Guyfrend collection.
    Poet House in New York.
    2008 Deutsche bank Art.
    Jordan Schnitzer Museum of art, University of Oregon.
    Patrik Koening Collection.
  27. Education:
    Graduated from Fu-Shin Commercial and Technical School, Dept. of Fine Art, Taipei.
    BFA, Tung- Hai University, Dept. of Fine Art, Taiwan.
    MFA, School of Visual Art, Dept. of Fine Art, New York.
  28. Professional Activities:
    Program Director for Space 2 Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan.
    Curator for “Incertitude”, A group show of Chinese and Taiwanese artist, Eight Floor Gallery, New York.
    Curator for “Under Naked”, A group show of Chinese and Taiwanese artist, 456 gallery, New York. Lecturer of Shin- Jan University, Taipei.
    2000 Street Art Complex” Residency artist.
    2004 Vermont Studio Center Residency artist,
    2005 Sarabhai house Recidency artist, India.
    2006 “Sacatar Residency artist, Brazil
    2007 “Arnold Flaten Memorial lecture, ST. Olaf College, northfield, Minnesota, U.S.A
    2008 "Studio program", Museum of Art &Design, New York, USA.
  29. Long-Bin
    ChenLong-Bin Chen is known for his skillful transformation of out-of-date books, newspapers, magazines, and computer paper into art that—when viewed from a distance—appears to be made of wood or marble. Chen’s work is not only a commentary on human consumption and waste, it also mourns the pre-digital era of bound books. His art approaches the book object as an aesthetic object and attempts to combine ideas and concepts from the East with those from the West. Long-Bin Chen was born in Taiwan. He received a BFA from Tung-Hai University in Taiwan and an MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York. He has exhibited widely in the United States, Germany, Taiwan, Japan, and Hong Kong. His most recent group exhibitions include The Invisible Thread: Buddhist Spirit in Contemporary Art at the Snug Harbor Cultural Center in Staten Island, New York; The Missing Peace: Artists Consider the Dalai Lama organized by the Dalai Lama Foundation, a traveling exhibition; and Kidspace at MASS MOCA. He is represented by Frederieke Taylor Gallery in New York, where he had his most recent solo exhibition in 2008.
  30. Reading Sculpture Project stations
    On the most obvious level using recycled materials to make art is a commentary on the waste of human consumption and its attendant ecological problems of garbage disposal, the mindless destruction of forests, and by implication, the uncontrolled eating up of nonrenewable resources.
  31. In my artwork I use printed matter - discarded books, magazines, computer printouts etc. - that form the cultural debris of our information society. My art form explores different cultural meanings and seeks to combine ideas and concepts from the East with those from the West. I always use text in my work and the contents of the texts are relevant to my sculpture. The products I use for my sculpture often seem like wood or marble yet the work consists mainly out of paper and are constructed in such a way that the various parts fit together in a seamless manner.
  32. World Buddha Project --
    In my artwork I use printed matter - discarded books, magazines, computer printouts etc. - the cultural debris of our information society. My art form explores different cultural meanings and seeks to combine ideas and concepts from the East with those from the West.
  33. I always use text in my work and the contents of the texts are relevant to mysculptures. My finished sculptures often seem to be of wood or marble though they consist mainly of paper. They are constructed in such a way that the various part fit together in a seamless manner.
  34. In this work I express what I consider the cultural conflict and problem with communication in the world.
  35. Since colonial times, Westerners have taken Buddha heads from the Buddha statues in Asia and brought the Buddha heads back to the West. Today, while one finds so many Buddha heads in Western museums and galleries, equally many Buddha bodies in Asia are headless. The Buddha head is an important cultural image from Asia. Yet, by and large, it is misunderstood in Western societies. In this project, I chose the most beautiful Buddha head I found at a museum to use as a model and created this Buddha head from New York City telephone books. The Buddha Head contains the names and numbers of millions of New York residents. The Head will represent a caring Buddha, a Buddha from the East who has come to take care of the West.
  36. Long-Bin Chen