Wen Hang Lin (b. Taipei, Taiwan) is a photographer based in Arizona, U.S.A. Expressing the philosophical observation through art and creativity is integral to his art practice. Inspired by Robert Frank’s The Americans, he moved to American Southwest and studied photography. 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. Wen also received various awards in the United States and aboard, including Commendations Award, Silver Eye Center for Photography Fellowship 17, Pa (2016); Finalist, The John Chervinsky Emerging Photographer Scholarship, Griffin Museum of Photography, Mass (2016); First Prize, Fine Art/Abstract, Prix de la Photographie Paris (Px3), France (2017); Critical Mass Finalist, Photolucida, Or. (2017); First Place, Chromatic Photography Awards (2017), and Directors Choice Award, The Shadow Aspect, Praxis Gallery & Photographic Arts (2017). His works also featured in Photographer’ Companion magazine in China (2017) and Digital SLR Photography magazine in Malaysia (2018).
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