Wen Hang Lin was born and raised in Taiwan. He uses the camera to express his curiosity and to explore the conceptual context of his daily life. For him, photography has become a meditative monologue and a quest of seeing the unseen. His works were in numerous exhibitions throughout the US. Wen currently works in the arts as a graphic designer in Phoenix, Ariz.
2017 Good Bokeh, Dab Art/ H Gallery, Ventura, Calif.
2017 16th Annual Joyce Elaine Grant Photography Exhibition, Texas Woman’s University East | West Galleries, Denton, Texas
2016 enLIGHTened, Central Michigan University Art Gallery, Mount Pleasant, Mich.
2016 Fine Art Exhibition, Los Angeles Center for Photography, Los Angeles, Calif.
2016 All Art Arizona 2016, Art Intersection, Gilbert, Ariz.
2016 Art Now: Photography, The Ann Arbor Art Center, Ann Arbor, Mich.
2016 Compé ’16, Project Basho Gallery, Philadelphia, Pa.
2016 The Abstract Image, The SE Center for Photography, Greenville, S.C.
2015 Nascent Site: Sight, Northlight Gallery, Phoenix, Ariz.
2015 Center Forward 2015, The Center for Fine Art Photography, Fort Collins, Colo.
2013 Arizona Biennial 2013, Tucson Museum of Art, Tucson, Ariz.
2012 The 1000 Journals Project, Scottsdale Public Art, Scottsdale, Ariz.
2010 Picturing Maricopa, Mesa Arts Center, Mesa, Ariz.
2000 at 39/83 & 33/111, Hopkins Hall Gallery, Columbus, Ohio
Grants and Awards
2017 First Prize, Fine Art/Abstract, Prix de la Photographie Paris (Px3), Paris, France
2017 Third Prize, Fine Art Category, Prix de la Photographie Paris (Px3), Paris, France
2017 Imaging Spectrum Award, 16th Annual Joyce Elaine Grant Photography Exhibition, Denton, Texas
2016 Finalist, The John Chervinsky Emerging Photographer Scholarship, Griffin Museum of Photography, Winchester, Mass.
2016 Commendation Award, Silver Eye Center for Photography Fellowship 17, Pittsburgh, Pa.
2016 Honorable Mention, ONWARD Compé ’16, Philadelphia, Pa.
2000 Edith Fergus Gilmore Material Award, Columbus, Ohio