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September 23, 2007

grey and brown

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links

http://blog.lib.umn.edu/clyne003/mfathesis/

September 18, 2007

Grey and Brown

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September 9, 2007

blue

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September 4, 2007

Lady first

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September 2, 2007

favorites

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September 1, 2007

Artist Statement

With more than ten years of working experience in the visual arts both in China and in the United States, I have both gained a rich practical experience in art and media, and developed my own understanding of art and culture from a comparative perspective. After coming to the United States as a graduate student, I have directly encountered the differences between the two cultures. This direct American experience not only intensifies my familiarity of visual arts in the United States, it also enhances my knowledge of these two different cultures...

CV

Tang Meng
EDUCATION
New York University, New York, New York, USA
The Steinhardt School of Education
Department of Art and Art Professions
September 2004 to May 2006
Masters of Art : Art in Media

Beijing Film Academy, Beijing, P. R. China
Department of Cinematography
September 1992 to July 1996
Received Bachelor of Fine Art in Still Photography

EXHIBITIONS
Group exhibition in Minnesota, July 2007
Solo exhibition in New York, June 2006
Group exhibition in New York, Nov 2005
Group exhibition in New York Dec 2004

Light and Shadow (group show), June 1999
Beijing Film Academy, P. R. China
Graduation Exhibition (group show), July 1996
Beijing Film Academy, P. R. China
The Art of Advertisement (group show), March 1996
Beijing Film Academy, P. R. China

Artist Statement

Cheryl Wilgren Clyne
clyne003@umn.edu

I was born in Duluth, Minnesota. By my own count I have moved 39 times, primarily in the Midwest and Southeast United States. Numerous physical moves, have affected who I am. In turn, this has had an influence on my art making practices.

artist statement and resume
http://blog.lib.umn.edu/clyne003/resume//
thesis exhibition
http://blog.lib.umn.edu/clyne003/mfathesis//