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SELECTED PRESS
Smith, Roberta, et al. “What to See in N.Y.C. Galleries Right Now.” The New York Times, The New York Times, 18 May 2022,https://www.nytimes.com/article/new-york-art-galleries.html.

Wu, Danielle. “Why Is Being an Asian-American Woman in the US Still a Danger?” South China Morning Post, 19 Apr. 2022,https://www.scmp.com/lifestyle/arts-culture/article/3174667/why-being-asian-american-woman-us-still-danger-art.

Kaur, Harmeet. “The Art Gallery Where Christina Yuna Lee Once Worked Honors Her Life and Legacy.” CNN, Cable News Network, 18 Apr. 2022,https://www.cnn.com/style/article/christina-yuna-lee-art-exhibition-cec/index.html.

“Christina Yuna Lee Honored with Exhibit in West Village Art Gallery.” ABC7 New York, WABC-TV, 16 Apr. 2022, https://abc7ny.com/christina-yuna-lee-art-exhibit-west-village-chinatown/11753518/.

Gaskin, Sam. “Christina Yuna Lee, Art Worker Murdered in New York, Remembered at Eli Klein Gallery.” Ocula, Ocula, 12 Apr. 2022,https://ocula.com/magazine/art-news/christina-yuna-lee-memorial-exhibition/.

Wong, Harley. “A Moving New Exhibition Pays Tribute to Christina Yuna Lee's Start in the Art World.” Artsy, 11 Apr. 2022, https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-moving-new-exhibition-pays-tribute-christina-yuna-lees-start-art.

New American Paintings, Issue 147, April. 2021.

“6 AAPI Artists Reflect on the Spike in Anti-Asian Violence.” Artsy, 30 Mar. 2021. https://www.artsy.net/article/artsy-editorial-6-aapi-artists-reflect-spike-anti-asian-violence

Waxman, Lori. “stephanie mei huang.” 60 Wrd/Min Art Critic, 2 Oct. 2020. https://60wrdmin.org/artwork/4801840_Stephanie_Mei_Huang.html.

Almino, Elisa Wouk. “Seven Asian Women Artists Discuss Racism and Tokenism in the Art World,” 7 July 2020. https://hyperallergic.com/575433/hyperinvisibility-panel-contemporary-calgary/


CV available upon request.
stephanie mei huang is a Los Angeles and New York-based interdisciplinary artist. They use a diverse range of media and strategies including film/video, installation, social interventions, sculpture, writing, and painting. Through research and practice, they aim to erode the violent mythologies that perpetuate exceptionalist narratives, in the hopes of excavating forgotten histories. They yearn to locate sites of emergence from which we can perhaps fabulate adjacent histories. They completed their MFA in Art at the California Institute of the Arts (2020), and they received their BA from Scripps College (2016). They recently exhibited at Artists Space (New York), Eli Klein Gallery (New York), the Hauser and Wirth Book Lab, Contemporary Calgary (Calgary), the MAK Center for Art and Architecture, 4th Ward Project Space (Chicago), Los Angeles Municipal Art Gallery, the New Wight Biennial at the University of California Los Angeles, Cerritos Gallery, and the Arizona State University Art Museum (Tempe).  They have been supported by the Foundation for Contemporary Arts, J. Paul Getty Trust, Los Angeles Contemporary Exhibitions, The Getty Foundation, the California Community Foundation, among others. They are a contributor to the Contemporary Art Review Los Angeles and Artsy. They have taught at non-profits such as the Marfa Studio of Arts and Venice Arts. They were a participant at the Whitney Museum’s Independent Study Program (2022).

CURRENT
May 27: Schindler House, 100 years in the Making, MAK Center for Art and Architecture, Los Angeles

July 16: how to hobble a young horse, Pulpo Gallery, Murnau, Germany