Cyrus Tang



CYRUS TANG is a multi-disciplinary artist whose practice centres on sentiments of nostalgia, disappearance and longing. Born in Hong Kong, Cyrus Tang moved to Australia in 2003. She finished her Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) at the Victoria College of the Arts, Melbourne in 2004, and her Master of Fine Arts (Research) at Monash University, Melbourne in 2009. Cyrus Tang has participated in a number of residency programmes, including Helsinki International Artist Program 2013, The National Art Studio in South Korea in 2012, Cite International de Arts, Paris, in 2009, and The Banff Centre, Canada, in 2008. Her work has been shown across Australia and in various countries internationally, including Helsinki, South Korea, Singapore, Japan, France, Shanghai and Sweden. Cyrus Tang was the recipient of the Asia Link grant 2012, the Australian Council for the Arts Skills and Arts Development Grant 2011 and New Work (Emerging) Grant 2009, the Georges Mora Fellowship in 2008, Theodor Urback Encouragement Award in 2004, and The National Gallery of Victoria-Trustee Award in 2003. She currently lives and works in Melbourne, Australia.

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