For more than two decades, Yang Chung Ming (b. 1974, Taiwan) has cultivated a diverse artistic practice. Specializing in printmaking, his work explores intersections between the personal and the cultural, examining the impact of East and West, traditional and modern, on the contemporary social and global dynamic.

A graduate from the Tainan National University of the Arts, Taiwan, he founded the 324 Print Studio in 2003, devoting himself not only to creating but also teaching and promoting art. He believes that art should be accessible to everyone.

In a lecture at the National Palace Museum of Taiwan in 2014, his discourse on printmaking art resulted in an invitation for Yang to participate in an exhibition the following year, the first time the Museum has invited contemporary artists, making the exhibition an interesting contrast on techniques and styles between the past and present.


Selected exhibitions, 1998 ~ 2016


2016, group exhibition at Huashan 1914 Creative Park, Taipei

Imprint. A duet

2012, group exhibition at the Art Studio, Eslite Xinyi, Taipei

Introspective Scenery

2000, solo exhibition at Galerie Pierrie, Taichung

The Song of Ta Chi

1999, group exhibition at the Campus Gallery, National College of the Arts Tainan

Singular & Plural

1998, group exhibition at the Eslite Gallery, Taipei


Excerpts & highlights