Wen-Hang Lin (林文漢) is a contemporary photographer based in Arizona. His works focus on memory, place, and time through introspection and contemplation in the daily experience. “Photography should not be limited to cultivate presence, but an inward awareness of self,” the artist said. Only achieved that can lead us to a recognition of our shared human condition.
Born and raised in Taipei, Taiwan, he moved to American Southwest and studied photography in his early twenties. He graduated with honors from Arizona State University, where he earned his B.F.A. Later, he received M.F.A. in photography at The Ohio State University.
His works were in numerous exhibitions throughout the U.S., including Griffin Museum of Photography, Mass., Houston Center for Photography, Texas, Los Angeles Center of Photography, Calif., The Center for Fine Art Photography, Colo., Tucson Museum of Art, Ariz. and among others.
If you have any questions, please feel free to drop him a line. If you don’t get a response immediately, he might be working on a project in the middle of nowhere. In that case, he will get back to you as soon as he can.