Henry Hung Chang (b. 1989, Taipei, Taiwan) lives and works in Brooklyn, New York. His work explores queer identity through a celebration of the rich imagery in Asian folk religion and classical literature.
Chang received his Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Design from National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan, and studied Illustration at School of Visual Arts in New York. His work has received Winner for AI-AP American Illustration 38, and has been published at The Advocate magazine, DRECK magazine and Shihsanhang Museum of Archaeology. Recent exhibitions include Spaced Out, YUI Gallery, New York (2019, two-person); Masculine Collusion, the Leslie-Lohman Museum Project Space, New York (2019); Connection IV, Atlantic Gallery, New York (2019); and more.
2015-2016 School of Visual Arts - Illustration - New York, United States
2007-2013 National Cheng Kung University - Industrial Design- Tainan, Taiwan
Selected Publication / Exhibition / Award
2020 Shihsanhang Museum of Archaeology - 2020 Museum Guide - New Taipei City, Taiwan
2020 Dreck Magazine - SKIN ISSUE
2019 Masculine Collusion - Group Show - The Leslie-Lohman Museum Project Space - New York, United States
2019 The Advocate Magazine - Artist Interview
2019 Connection IV - Group Show - Atlantic Gallery - New York, United States
2019 AI-AP American Illustration 38 Chosen Winners - The Best Images from 2018 - United States
2018 Small Works/Big Hearts An Exhibition Supporting the Organization FREE ARTS NYC - Group Show - Atlantic Gallery, New York, United States
2018 WHO. ARE. YOU? (Re)Presentation and Challenge - Group Show - Atlantic Gallery - New York, United States
2018 Boy Bordello - house of erotic art - Group Show - The Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay And Lesbian Art - New York, United States
2016 (7th) Dirty Little Drawings - Group Show - The Leslie-Lohman Studio - New York, United States Leslie-Lohman Founder's Purchase Award link: DLD Press: ADVOCATE
2012 (12th) Young Designers’ Exhibition YODEX Award - Honorable Mention - Taiwan