Pin Hsun Hsiang CV


Pin Hsun Hsiang

Born in Shanghai, China, 1958
Lives and works in Sydney

Pin Hsun Hsiang
Memory of Africa, 2019
Spray on metalgranite
88x30x30cm

EXPERIENCE

Design and management of advertising in Shanghai Tool Works in China, 1979-1988
Studied watercolour painting in TONG J.I. University in Shanghai, China, 1984-1985
Graduated from a Design Course in Advertising and Packing in Shanghai, China, 1985-1986
Antique restoration & high-class framing at Gowrie Galleries, Sydney, Australia, 1988-2003
Freelance overseas commentator for “Sculpture” Magazine in China, 2008-present

EXHIBITION

1990    Australian Oriental Artists Association Exhibition – yearly exhibition until 1999
2003    Sculptors Society Darling Park Sculpture Exhibition – yearly exhibition until 2009
1999    “Sydney 99” Culture exchange group show in Shanghai, China
2000    International Art Expo in Seoul, Korea
2005    Sculpture Expo in Beijing, China
2006    Oxford Street Sculpture Walk, Sydney
2006    “Harmony” group show in Shanghai, China
2008    “Harmony” group show in Canberra, Australia
2009    Sculptors Society Chifley Tower Sculpture Exhibition
2010    “Comings and Goings” Chinalink Gallery Exhibition, Sydney, Australia
2010    Mosman Villiage Festival of Sculpture, Sydney, Australia
2010    International Exhibition of Sculpture and Photography, Moscow, Russia
2011    Sculptors Society Chifley Tower Sculpture Exhibition
2011    Sculptors Society Darling Park Sculpture Exhibition
2012    UWS Sculpture Award – Campbelltown Campus
2012    Sculptors Society Darling Park Sculpture Exhibition
2013    Sculptors Society Govenor Phillip Tower Sculpture Exhibition
2013    Sculpture on the Green – Wyong

AWARDS

2004    “Leap” wood sculpture won The Running Rock Masterworks prize at Darling Park Sculpture Exhibition
2005    “Back” wood sculpture won The Sculptors Society prize at Darling Park Sculpture Exhibition
2008    “Naughty Girl 2nd” wood and wire sculpture won The Sculptors Society prize at Darling Park Sculpture Exhibition

COLLECTIONS

1986    “Polo” Large oil painting held by private collector in Brazil
1993    “Tang Dynasty Lady” wood sculpture held by private collector
1994    “Tired Lady” wood sculpture selected by Max Willis, Chairman (previous) of NSW Parliament House on permanent display at NSW Parliament house
1999    “Monk” wood sculpture collected by Mr Daisaku Ikeda, president of SGI Japan
2004    “Leap” wood sculpture held by private collector
2005    “Back” held by private collector in Australia
2007    “Moore Lady” held by private collector in Australia
2008    “Naughty Girl 1” held by private collector in Australia