September 07, 2012
Art Alum Diem Chau Goes Global
: Photo by Courtesy of the Artist.
Art alum Diem Chau is all over the world this fall, from Fashion’s Night Out in New York, to Milan, to Taiwan. She’s also featured in our newest viewbook.
On September 6, she did a crayon carving demonstration at Saks Fifth Avenue during Fashion’s Night Out.
From September 18 to November 10, she will have a show, The Delicacy of Tiny Things, with Korean artist KAPPAO at Galleria Patricia Armocida in Milan, Italy.
Her work will be represented in The Mysterious Contents of Softness September 15 through December 30 at Cornell Fine Arts Museum, Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida. The Mysterious Content of Softness is organized by the Bellevue Arts Museum and curated by Stefano Catalani.
Her work was featured at Bumbershoot this year in ELVISTRAVAGANZA. Her work is also in Artist Trust: A Celebration of Washington Artists, through October 18 at the Washington State Convention Center and In Honor Of Elles at G. Gibson Gallery October 4 through November 10.
And finally, she has an interview and the cover of the September issue of DPI Magazine in Taiwan.
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