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 a Winner for AI-AP American Illustration, and has been published in The Advocate, GAYLETTER Magazine and Shihsanhang Museum of Archaeology.
2023 Lecture and online exhibition - the UIC Gender and Sexuality Center, University of Illinois Chicago - United States
2022 Envisioning Ourselves as Creator - the UIC Gender and Sexuality Center, University of Illinois Chicago - United States
2019 Masculine Collusion - Group show - The Leslie-Lohman Museum Project Space - New York, United States
2018 Boy Bordello Fundraiser - Group show - The Leslie-Lohman Museum - New York, United States
Publication / Award
2023 GAYLETTER - ISSUE 18 - Artist Profile
2020 Shihsanhang Museum of Archaeology - Easy Read Museum Guide
2020 Dreck Magazine - SKIN - Artist interview
2019 The Advocate Magazine - Artist interview
2019 AI-AP American Illustration 38 Chosen Winners
2012 (12th) Young Designers’ Exhibition YODEX Award - Honorable Mention
Resume available upon request.