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Li-lan belongs in the same way as I do to that increasing number of the not exactly belonging people. I understood her sense of isolation and escape to Europe soon after I met her in early 1960.  Since then it has always been a pleasure to see her in Tokyo or New York where she traces the steps I know so well. How fortunate are those of us who have gained the constancy of art to guide and welcome us.  Li-lan has found that blank page of our school notebook, which we may all claim as our own. Upon it we can write our thoughts freely, beyond race and without prejudice.

Isamu Noguchi (New York)
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Born in New York City
Lives and works in New York
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The Arkansas Arts Center, Little Rock, AR
Art for Peace Collection, Fischer Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Tel Aviv, Israel
The American Embassy, Beijing, PRC
Atlantic Richfield Company, Dallas, TX
The Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, MD
Best Products, Richmond, VA
Chermayeff and Geismar Associates, New York, NY
Estee Lauder, Inc., New York, NY
Gap, Inc., Flagship Store, Oahu, HI
Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NY
Heckscher Museum, Huntington, NY
Jacobs, Visconsi & Jacobs, Cleveland, OH
Lifetime TV, New York, NY
Marion Corporation, Mobile, AL
Mobil Oil Corporation, New York, NY
Modern Art Museum, Toyama, Japan
Ohara Museum of Art, Kurashiki, Japan
The Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY
San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, CA
The Sezon Museum of Modern Art, Karuizawa, Japan
The Sydney and Frances Lewis Foundation Collection, Richmond, VA
Seattle First National Bank, Seattle, WA
Security Pacific National Bank, Los Angeles, CA
Vassar College Art Gallery Collection, Poughkeepsie, NY
Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, VA
Virlaine Foundation, New Orleans, LA
Weatherspoon Art Museum, University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC
Werner Kramarsky Collection, New York, NY
Westfield State College Art Gallery Collection, Westfield, MA
The William Benton Museum of Art, Storrs, CT

2014
Tina Keng Gallery, A World Achieved, Taipei, Taiwan (7/5/14 – 7/27/14)

Jason McCoy Gallery, Five Decades, New York, NY (4/3/14 – 4/25/14)

2010
Tina Keng Gallery, A Decade of Reverie: Tales of Contemplation, Taipei, Taiwan (6/5/10 – 6/27/10)

2009
Jason McCoy Gallery, Reflections of Kaidan (4/2/09 – 5/23/09)

2006
Lin & Keng Gallery, Unfinished Journey, Taipei (11/18/06 – 12/07/06)

Jason McCoy Gallery, Li-lan: Silent Journey (3/16/06 – 4/22/06)

Jason McCoy Gallery, Li-lan: Silent Journey, Chelsea (3/16/06 – 4/22/06) Exhibition Installation

2004
Nabi Gallery, Labyrinths, New York, NY (3/4/04 – 5/1/04)

2003
DoubleVision Gallery, Labyrinths, Los Angeles, CA (11/15/03 – 12/20/03)

2002
Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series, Rutgers University, Two Views Bridged, New Brunswick, NJ (2/1/02 – 3/22/02)

2001
Lin & Keng Gallery, Recent Paintings and Pastels (4/14/01 – 5/6/01)

1997
Lin & Keng Gallery, Recent Paintings and Pastels (10/18/97 – 11/8/97)

1996
Art Projects International, Correspondences: Recent Paintings, New York, NY (10/24/96 – 11/27/96)

1995
Lin & Keng Gallery, Li-lan (10/14/95 – 11/4/95)

1994
Art Projects International, Post Marks: Recent Paintings and Pastels (10/27/94 – 12/1/94)

1993
Benton Gallery, Four Solo Shows, Southampton, NY (10/30/93 – 11/22/93)

Lung Men Art Gallery, Li-lan, Correspondence: Between the Lines, Taipei, Taiwan (5/1/93 – 5/20/93)

1992
Benton Gallery, Paintings and Drawings (7/11/92 – 7/30/92)

The Amelia A. Wallace Gallery, State University of New York, College at Old Westbury, Li-lan, Correspondence: Between the Lines, Old Westbury, NY (2/10/92 – 3/12/92)

1991
New Arts Program, Exhibition Space, Stationary Images, Kutztown, PA (3/1/91 – 4/6/91)

1990
The William Benton Museum of Art, The University of Connecticut, Li-lan, Stationary Images: Paintings and Drawings, 1982-1990, Storrs, CT (11/5/90 – 12/23/90)

1989
Franz Bader Gallery, Paintings from the Stamps Series, Washington, DC (11/14/89 – 12/2/89)

1987
OK Harris Gallery, New Paintings, New York, NY (11/14/87 – 12/5/87)

1985
OK Harris Gallery, New Paintings (11/9/85 – 11/30/85)

Nantenshi Gallery, Li-lan, Tokyo, Japan (4/8/85 – 4/20/85)

1983
OK Harris Gallery, New Paintings (11/12/83 – 12/3/83)

1982
Asher/Faure Gallery, New Work, Los Angeles, CA (7/31/82 – 8/28/82)

Tower Gallery, Li-lan, Southampton, NY (6/82)

1980
Asher/Faure Gallery, Drawings and Paintings (4/5/80 – 5/3/80)

Nantenshi Gallery, Li-lan: Solo Exhibition (11/8/80 – 11/22/80)

1978
Robert Miller Gallery, Paintings, New York, NY (5/16/78 – 6/3/78)

1977
Nantenshi Gallery, Solo Exhibition (5/9/77 – 5/21/77)

1976
Benson Gallery, Bridgehampton, NY (8/21/76 – 8/31/76)

1974
James Yu Gallery, New York, NY (1/5/74 – 1/25/74)

Nantenshi Gallery (5/10/74 – 5/21/74)

1971
Nantenshi Gallery (11/15/71 – 11/27/71)

1969
Miyuki Gallery, Li-lan, Tokyo, Japan (9/16/69 – 9/21/69)

2018 Tina Keng Gallery, Yun Gee & Li-lan: Art Without Borders, Taipei, Taiwan, (11/24/17 – 1/28/18)

2008 Lin & Keng Gallery, Experiences of Passage: The Paintings of Yun Gee and Li-lan, Beijing, China, (11/15/08 – 12/16/08)

Jason McCoy Gallery, Experiences of Passage: The Paintings of Yun Gee and Li-lan, New York, NY (3/13/08 – 4/12/08)

1988 Southampton Campus Fine Arts Gallery, Long Island University, Yun Gee and
Li-lan: Paintings by a Father and Daughter, Southampton, NY (6/27/88 – 7/25/88)

1976 Boston Symphony Hall, Canvases by Li-lan – Serigraphs by Matsumura, Boston, MA (11/8/76 – 11/29/76)

2014  Ashawagh Hall, 47th Annual Artists of the Springs Invitational Exhibition, East Hampton, NY (also 36 previous exhibitions from 1975 – 2012)

2013-14  Wing Luke Museum of the Asian Pacific American Experience, “War Baby / Love Child: Mixed Race Asian American Art,” curated by Laura Kina & Wei Ming Dariotis, Seattle, WA (8/9/13 – 1/19/14)

2013  Jason McCoy Gallery, Contemporary Selection, New York, NY (1/10/13 – 2/15/13)

2012 45th Annual Artists of the Springs Invitational Exhibition, East Hampton, NY (8/2/12 – 8/19/12)(also 35 previous exhibitions from 1975 – 2011)

ArtHamptons International Fine Art Fair, Jason McCoy Gallery, Southampton, NY (7/13/12 – 7/15/12)

Jason McCoy Gallery, Paper Band, curated by Stephanie Buhmann, New York, NY (7/11/12 – 8/14/12)

2011 Tina Keng Gallery Beijing, Inaugural Exhibition, Beijing, China (5/6/11)

2010 The Parrish Art Museum, American Still Life: Treasures from the Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY (10/10/10 – 11/28/10)

2009 TKG+, R/evolution, Taipei, Taiwan (11/01/09 – 11/29/09)

2007 G.R. N’Namdi Gallery, Music Hall Center for the Performing Arts, Detroit, MI (10/25/07 – 11/1/07)

Jason McCoy Gallery, Options within Realism, New York, NY (6/28/07 – 8/17/07)

Jason McCoy Gallery, Art Chicago, The Mart Center, Chicago, IL (4/27/07 – 4/30/07)

Lin & Keng Gallery, Inaugural Exhibition, Beijing (4/21/07 – 7/7/07)

Lin & Keng Gallery, Grand Opening – Beijing Preview, Taipei, Taiwan (2/3/07 – 3/7/07)

2006 The Laundry, Women’s Work, East Hampton, NY (03/17/06 – 04/19/06)

Seventh Regiment Armory, The Art Show, New York, NY (2/23/06 – 2/27/06)

2004 Guild Hall Museum, On The Books: Sculptural Collaborations, East Hampton, NY (8/14/04 – 10/24/04)

2003 PaceWildenstein, Trisha Brown Dance Company Art Show and Benefit Sale, New York, NY (1/16/03 – 1/18/03)

2001 Weatherspoon Art Museum, Finely Drawn, The University of North Carolina, Greensboro, NC (7/15/01 – 9/23/01)

Nabi Gallery, Mysterious, Sag Harbor, NY (9/22/01 – 11/11/01)

Lin & Keng Gallery, Works on Paper (7/14/01 – 8/5/01)

Arts and Industries Building, Smithsonian Institution, On Gold Mountain: A Chinese American Experience, Washington, DC (5/18/01 – 9/30/01)

University Art Gallery, SUNY at Stony Brook, Fifteen Asian American Artists Stony Brook, NY (3/22/01 – 4/14/01)

2000-2001 Art in Embassies Program, We the People of the United States: American Art at the Residence of the U.S. Ambassador to the European Union, Brussels, Belgium

American Institute in Taiwan, Art in Embassies Program, Exhibition of Chinese American Artists, Taipei, Taiwan

2000 GOCAIA, Figuration, Tucson, AZ (10/7/00 – 11/18/00)

The Parrish Art Museum, The Nature of Seeing: Works from the Collection, Southampton

The MetLife Windows, A Sense of Place – Real and Imagined, New York, NY (3/00 – 6/00)

DC Moore Gallery, The Likeness of Being: Contemporary Self Portraits by 60 Women,New York, NY (1/12/00 – 2/5/00)

1998-2000 Art for Peace Foundation, Tel Aviv, Israel, Artists-Messengers of Peace, traveling exhibition including venues in Australia, England, Germany, Japan, and Venezuela

1999 Lin & Keng Gallery, Hsinchu Science Based Industrial Park Art Fair, Hsinchu, Taiwan (12/4/99 – 12/12/99)

Nabi Gallery, Five Artists, Sag Harbor, NY (9/4/99 – 10/4/99)

1998 Lin & Keng Gallery

Galerie Pierre, To Extend: Contemporary Art of Overseas Chinese, Taichung,Taiwan (8/98)

Nabi Gallery, Enigma Variations, (Four Person Exhibition) (8/1/98 – 8/17/98)

Arlene Bujese Gallery, Point, Line and Plane: Drawing and Sculpture, East Hampton, NY (8/29/98 – 9/20/98)

The Parrish Art Museum, The Centennial Open (3/21/98 – 4/26/98)

Arlene Bujese Gallery, Contemporary Narrative (8/29/98 – 9/20/98)

1997 Taipei World Trade Center, Taipei Art Fair 1997 International, Taipei, Taiwan (11/20/97 – 11/24/97)

Steinbaum Krauss Gallery, Hung Out to Dry, New York, NY (7/19/97 – 8/28/97)

Guild Hall Museum, Artists for Guild Hall (8/9/97 – 9/1/97)

Arlene Bujese Gallery, Dimensions: Drawing and Sculpture (8/9/97 – 8/28/97)

Arlene Bujese Gallery,  Wall to Wall (11/29/97 – 12/28/97)

Center for the Visual Arts, Printed Image Gallery, Impressions: Contemporary Asian Artist Prints, Philadelphia, PA (2/97)

Art in General, Paperworks in the Hamptons, Sag Harbor, NY (8/97)

1996 Eretz Israel Museum, Artists-Messengers of Peace, Traveling Exhibition/International from 1996, Tel Aviv, Israel

The Heckscher Museum, Paperworks: 20th Century Works on Paper from the Permanent Collection, Huntington, NY

Shirley Fiterman Gallery, City University of New York: Borough of Manhattan Community College, And We Speak, New York, NY

Sharadin Art Gallery, Painting ‘96, University of Kutztown, Kutztown, PA (2/7/96 – 3/10/96)

Arlene Bujese Gallery, Realism: Shades of Correspondence (8/24/96 – 9/12/96)

Arlene Bujese Gallery, Editions: Prints & Sculpture (6/22/96 – 7/11/96)

Arlene Bujese Gallery, Love (2/17/96 – 3/10/96)

Arlene Bujese Gallery, Form as Function (11/30/96 – 12/22/96)

1995 Art Projects International, Small Works, New York, NY

The Heckscher Museum, 75 Years of Collecting (9/95)

Arlene Bujese Gallery, Multiples (10/28/95 – 11/19/95)

Arlene Bujese Gallery, Object Into Subject (4/29/95 – 5/25/95)

University Art Gallery, Eighteen Suffolk Artists, Staller Center for the Arts, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY (3/11/95 – 4/14/95)

Taipei World Trade Center, Taipei Art Fair 1997 International

1994 The New Museum of Contemporary Art, 1994 Benefit Exhibition, Auction & Gala, New York, NY (4/94)

Arlene Bujese Gallery, Drawing: A Contemporary View (4/9/94 – 4/28/94)

The 450 Broadway Gallery, One Night Only, New York, NY (9/24/94)

1993 Benton Gallery, Wall To Wall, Southampton, NY

Benton Gallery, Multiples (4/10/93 – 5/2/93)

City University of New York, Graduate School, University Center, Asian American Higher Education, New Expressions in Asian American Art, New York, NY (4/26/93 – 5/20/93, 6/7/93 – 7/16/93)

Collection Gallery, The Parrish Art Museum, Recent Acquisitions, Southampton, NY (12/23/92 – 1/3/93)

Tweed Gallery, Women’s Art, Women’s Lives, Women’s Issues, New York, NY (3/1/93 – 3/31/93)

Taipei World Trade Center, Taipei Art Fair 1997 International

1992 SOHO 20, SOHO Twenty Strikes Gold, New York, NY (12/15/92 – 1/23/93)

Collection Gallery, The Parrish Art Museum, Recent Acquisitions, Southampton, NY (6/7/92 – 8/1/92)

AIR, Holiday Invitational, New York, NY (12/8/92 – 1/2/93)

Benton Gallery, Travel: Time/Space.Physical/Psychic.Real/Imagined (11/28/92 – 12/20/92)

P.S.1, SLOW ART: Painting in New York Now, Long Island City, NY (4/26/92 – 6/21/92)

The Heckscher Museum, More Books As Art, (1/11/92 – 3/8/92)

1991 The William Benton Museum of Art, Encore: Reviewing the Past, Storrs, CT

Arno Maris Gallery, Westfield State College, Insights, Westfield, MA (9/24/91 – 10/26/91)

Pan Am Building Mezzanine, Pan Am Windows Art Program, New York, NY (5/1/91 – 7/31/91)

Benton Gallery, Four Decades (5/25/91 – 6/13/91)

Anne Plumb Gallery, Show of Strength, New York, NY (4/17/91 – 5/4/91)

1990 Nahan Contemporary, No Trends, New York, NY (7/7/90 – 8/31/90)

Benton Gallery, Artist/Photographer/Artist II (7/28/90 – 8/16/90)

Ben Shahn Galleries, William Patterson College of New Jersey, The Grid: Organization and Idea, Wayne, NJ (3/27/90 – 4/28/90)

East Hampton Center for Contemporary Art, Contemporary Still Life, East Hampton, NY (4/21/90 – 5/28/90)

Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Members’ Gallery, Buffalo, NY

1989-1991 Lines of Vision: Drawings by Contemporary Women, traveling exhibition including: Blum Helman Gallery, New York, NY (7/6/89 – 8/17/89); University of Oklahoma Museum of Art, Norman, OK; Grand Rapids Art Museum, Grand Rapids, MI; University Art Gallery, University of  North Texas, Denton, TX; Hillwood Art Gallery, Brookville, NY (5/24/89 – 6/28/89)

1989-1990 Lines of Vision: Drawings by Contemporary Women, traveling exhibition: Mexico, South America, Spain, Portugal (U.S.I.A. Auspices) (5/24/89 – 6/28/89, 7/6/89 – 8/17/89)

1988 The Parrish Art Museum, Drawing on the East End 1940 – 1988 (9/18/88 – 11/13/88)

Vered Gallery, Invitational, East Hampton, NY (12/88)

1987 Norton Center for the Arts, Centre College, The Hot Centre: Contemporary Art Selected by Ivan Karp, Danville, KY (10/29/87 – 12/6/87)

American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, Paintings and Sculpture by Candidates for Art Awards, New York, NY (3/2/87 – 3/29/87)

OK Harris Gallery, Art Against AIDS (6/87)

DIA Art Foundation, Art Against AIDS, New York, NY (6/87)

OK Harris Gallery, Four Artists (11/14/87 – 12/5/87)

1986 Benson Gallery, Look East, Bridgehampton, NY (8/14/86 – 9/13/86)

1985 Water Mill Museum, Water Mill, NY (7/15/85 – 7/28/85)

Vered Gallery (9/14/85 – 10/10/85)

The Guild Hall Museum, The 47th Annual Guild Hall Artist Members’ Exhibition(10/5/85 – 11/2/85)

OK Harris Gallery, Four Artists (11/9/85 – 11/30/85)

1978-1985 The Sydney and Frances Lewis Foundation Collection, Late Twentieth-Century Art,  traveling exhibition including: Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, MA; Institute of Contemporary Art, Philadelphia, PA; Anderson Gallery, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA

1984 P.S.1, Photographs/Politics, curated by Lucy Lippard, Long Island City, NY (10/14/84 – 12/9/84)

Wing Luke Memorial Museum, May I Have Your Attention Please!, Seattle, WA (7/6/1984 – 8/11/1984)

Vered Gallery (9/84)

The Guild Hall Museum, The 46th Annual Guild Hall Artist Members’ Exhibition(9/29/84 – 11/1/84)

1983 OK Harris West, Prime Works by Representative OK Harris Artists, Scottsdale, AZ (10/6/83 – 11/5/83)

The Guild Hall Museum, Selections from the Permanent Collection (6/18/83 – 7/10/83)

OK Harris Gallery, Seven Abstract Painters (6/25/83 – 7/15/83)

OK Harris Gallery, Four Artists (11/12/83 – 12/3/83)

Asian Arts Institute, Eye to Eye, New York, NY (6/83)

American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters, Paintings and Sculpture by Candidates for Art Awards (3/7/83 – 4/2/83)

1982 Daniel Wolf Gallery, Photographs by Painters and Sculptors, New York, NY (9/14/82 – 10/9/82)

Benson Gallery, Elaine de Kooning and Her Inadvertent Collection (8/28/82 – 9/13/82)

The Floating Foundation of Photography, China Today, photographs taken in China in 1980, New York, NY (5/15/82 – 6/20/82)

Tower Gallery, Eleventh Annual Group Show, Southampton, NY (6/82)

The Guild Hall Museum, Forty-fourth Annual Guild Hall Artist Members Exhibition,Honorable mention (11/13/82 – 12/4/82)

1981 Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE

The Guild Hall Museum, Forty-third Annual Guild Hall Artist Members Exhibition, Honorable mention (8/1/81 – 8/16/81)

1980 MoMA Penthouse, Group Exhibition

1979-1980 The Guild Hall Museum Collection, The East Hampton Art Colony: Selections from the Guild Hall Museum Collection, traveling exhibition: Fort Lauderdale Museum of Art, Fort Lauderdale, FL; Mississippi Museum of Art, Jackson, MS; Pensacola Museum of Art, Pensacola, FL

1979 The Parrish Art Museum, Twenty-Sixth Annual Exhibition (10/6/79 – 11/11/79)

Phoenix Art Museum, New York Now, Phoenix, AZ

Summit Art Center, The Dragon and the Chrysanthemum: Chinese and Japanese Heritage in the Arts, Summit, NJ (3/11/79 – 4/11/79)

The Guild Hall Museum, Women Artists of Eastern Long Island (4/21/79 – 5/13/79)

The Heckscher Museum, Seventh Annual Art Exhibition

Institute of Contemporary Art, University of Pennsylvania, Late Twentieth Century Art: The Sydney and Frances Lewis Foundation Collection, Philadelphia, PA (3/22/79 – 5/2/79)

Robert Miller Gallery, New York, NY (7/79 – 8/79)

1978 The Heckscher Museum, Drawing Today: Aspects of Change (9/22/78 – 10/22/78)

The Heckscher Museum, Sixth Annual Art Exhibition (12/1/78 – 12/24/78)

The Guild Hall Museum, Selections from the Guild Hall Art Collection (8/19/78 – 9/17/78)

Robert Miller Gallery (7/78 – 8/78)

The Laundry, Women at The Laundry: Drawing, Painting, Sculpture (10/7/78 – 10/22/78)

1977 Weatherspoon Art Museum, Art on Paper: Thirteenth Weatherspoon Annual Exhibition, Greensboro, NC (11/77)

The Guild Hall Museum, Points of View (2/77 – 3/77)

Empire State Plaza, Women in Art: Working Papers, Albany, NY (7/8/77 – 7/10/77)

1976 The Guild Hall Museum, Artists of the Region – Invitational Exhibition (7/17/76 – 8/17/76)

The Heckscher Museum, Fourth Annual Art Exhibition

1975 Women’s Interart Center, Color, Light & Image, New York, NY

The Heckscher Museum, Twenty Women Artists (7/20/75 – 8/31/75)

Islip Town Art Gallery, Art from the Hamptons to the Islips, East Islip, NY (9/1975)

The Guild Hall Museum, The Artists of the Hamptons: Painting and Sculpture, (Auction to benefit Guild Hall of East Hampton, at Sotheby Parke Bernet, NY, 9/18/75)

Ashawagh Hall, Women Artists Here and Now, East Hampton, NY (8/24/75 – 9/1/75)

Philbrook Art Center, Collector’s Choice, Tulsa, OK

The Heckscher Museum, Third Annual Art Exhibition

1974 Randolph-Macon Women’s College Museum, Contemporary American Painting, Sixty-third Annual Exhibition, Lynchburg, VA

Nantenshi Gallery, Basel International Art Fair, Basel, Switzerland (6/19/74 – 6/23/74)

OK Harris Gallery, Chile Emergency Exhibition (3/2/74 – 3/16/74)

Islip Town Gallery, Art, Hamptons to the Islips

Y.M. & Y.M.H.A., Y Women’s Division Art Exhibition and Sale, Green Lane, Union, NJ

1973 The Guild Hall Museum, Young Collector’s Gallery (7/4/73)

1971 A.M. Sachs Gallery, New York, NY (6/22/71 – 7/14/71)

1970 Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, NY

A.M. Sachs Gallery

Li-lan: A World Achieved, Carter Ratcliff, Hudson Hills Press, New York, 2011

Experiences of Passage: The Paintings of Yun Gee and Li-lan, Joyce Brodsky, University of Washington
Press, Seattle, WA, 2008

Canvas With an Unpainted Part: An Autobiography, Li-lan, Asahi Shimbun, Tokyo, Japan, 1976

LI-LAN, A World Achieved, “An Infinite Field of Memories and Imagination” by Tung-Hsiao Chou, Tina Keng Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan, July 2014

LI-LAN, A Decade of Reverie: Tales of Contemplation, “Contemplative Landscape of the Mind” by Tung-Hsiao Chou, Tina Keng Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan, June 2010

LI-LAN, Unfinished Journey, “Li-lan – Foreign Correspondent” by Scarlet Cheng, “Foreword” by Christine Y. Kim, Lin & Keng Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan, November 2006

LI-LAN, Silent Journey, “Li-lan” by Carter Ratcliff, Jason McCoy Inc., New York, NY, March 2006

LI-LAN, Two Exhibitions, “Li-lan: The Game of Seeing Life” by Peter Frank, Nabi Press Publications, New York, NY, November 2003

LI-LAN, Two Views Bridged, introduction by Sara Harrington and Ferris Olin, Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series 2001-2002, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, 2001

LI-LAN, Recent Paintings and Pastels, “The Paintings of Li-lan” by Joyce Brodsky, Lin & Keng Gallery, October 1997

LI-LAN, Recent Paintings and Pastels, “Transmissions: Recent Work by Li-lan” by David Ebony, Lin & Keng Gallery, October 1997

LI-LAN, Correspondences: Recent Paintings, introduction by Alice Yang, Art Projects International, New York, NY, October 1996

LI-LAN, “Letters to the World” by Jonathan Goodman, Lin & Keng Gallery, October 1995

LI-LAN, Post Marks: Recent Paintings and Pastels, introduction by Lowery Stokes Sims, Art Projects International, October 1994

LI-LAN, Correspondence: Between the lines, Taipei, “Filling in Between The Artist’s Lines” by Helen Harrison, Lung Men Art Gallery, Taipei, Taiwan, May 1993

LI-LAN: Stationary Images, catalogue by Thomas P. Bruhn, interview by Robert Berlind, The William Benton Museum of Art, Storrs, CT, November 1990

LI-LAN, exhibition brochure, introduction by Helen Harrison, Franz Bader Gallery, Washington, D.C., November 1989

LI-LAN, “Two Poems for Li-lan” by Makoto Ooka, Nantenshi Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, April 1985

LI-LAN, Nantenshi Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, November 1980

LI-LAN, Nantenshi Gallery, May 1977

LI-LAN, Nantenshi Gallery, May 1974

LI-LAN, “Introduction To Li-lan” by Tatsuo Oshima, reproductions, Nantenshi Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, November 1971

LI-LAN, introduction by Ichiro Haryu, Miyuki Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, September 1969

LI-LAN & Yun Gee, Experiences of Passage: The Paintings of Yun Gee and Li-lan, Introduction by Joyce Brodsky, Lin & Keng Gallery, Beijing, China, November 2008

Inaugural Exhibition, Lin & Keng Gallery, Beijing, China, 2007

Collection of the Sezon Museum of Modern Art, Sezon Museum of Modern Art, Karuizawa, Japan, 2001

Chinese American Artists, American Art at the residence of the Director of the American Institute in Taiwan, Art in Embassies Program, Taipei, Taiwan, January 2001

We the People of the United States, American Art at the residence of the U.S. Ambassador to the European Union, Art in Embassies Program, Brussels, Belgium, July 2000

To Extend: Contemporary Art of Overseas Chinese, Galerie Pierre, Taichung, Taiwan, August 1998

Artists-Messengers of Peace, Art for Peace Collection, Fischer Pharmaceuticals Ltd., Tel Aviv, Israel, Traveling Exhibition/International from 1996

Eighteen Suffolk Artists, University Art Gallery, Staller Center for the Arts, State University of New York at Stony Brook, Stony Brook, NY, March – April 1995

An All Star Salute to Chinese American Cultural Pioneers, New York City Council, New York, NY, July 1993

INSIGHTS, Arno Maris Gallery, Westfield State College, Westfield, MA, September 1991

Show of Strength (benefit for Madre), Anne Plumb Gallery, New York, April 27, 1991

Lines of Vision: Drawings by Contemporary Women, Hudson Hills Press, New York 1989

Drawing on the East End: 1940 – 1988, Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY, September 1988

Doe, Donald Bartlett, Uno Gallery Presents: Expressionism in the Seventies, University of Nebraska, Omaha, NE, 1979

Women Artists of Eastern Long Island, Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NY, April 1979

The Dragon and the Chrysanthemum: Chinese and Japanese Heritage in the Arts, Summit Art Center, Summit, NJ, March – April, 1979

Late Twentieth-Century Art, The Sydney and Frances Lewis Foundation, Richmond, VA, 1978

BOOKS:

Canvas With an Unpainted Part: An Autobiography, Asahi Shimbun, Tokyo, Japan, 1976

TEXTS IN EXHIBITION CATALOGUES & BOOKS

Two Views Bridged, Mary H. Dana Women Artists Series, Rutgers University (New Brunswick, NJ, 2002), p. 6

Lines of Vision: Drawings by Contemporary Women, Hudson Hills Press, New York, NY, 1989

LI-LAN, Nantenshi Gallery, Tokyo, Japan, November 1980

Women Artists of Eastern Long Island, Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NY, April 1979

Late Twentieth Century Art, The Sydney and Frances Lewis Foundation, Richmond, VA, 1977

LI-LAN, Nantenshi Gallery, May 1977

SELECTED ARTICLES:

Passacaglia fur Barbara, Iudicium Verlag GmbH, Munich, Germany, December 2004

“Memories of My Father,” Yun Gee: Poetry, Writings, Art, Memories, ed. Anthony W. Lee, University of Washington Press, Seattle, WA, 2003

“Journey Home,” The Art of Yun Gee, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan, 1992

“A Memoir,” Modern Art, No. 4, Taipei, Taiwan, April – May 1992

About the Artist: Li-lan,” Pan Am Windows Art Program, New York, NY, 1991

You Can’t Be Too Rich – Or Too Thin: Favorite Recipes from the Hamptons, Southampton Hospital, Southampton, NY, 1988

“New Yorkers,” Asahi Journal, Tokyo, Japan, 1981

Vol. 23,   #9,   March 6 – Harold Vick

Vol. 23,   #10,   March 13 – Lucy Lippard

Vol. 23,   #11,   March 20 – Ralph and Hortense Carpentier

Vol. 23,   #13,   March 27 – K.C. Li, Jr.

Vol. 23,   #14,   April 3 – Elsie B. Washington

Vol. 23,   #15,   April 10 – Irwin August

Vol. 23,   #16,   April 17 – Peter Matthiessen

Vol. 23,   #17,   April 24 – Anonymous

Vol. 23,   #19,   May 8 – Gay Bryant and Charles Childs

Vol. 23,   #20,   May 15 – Helen Gee

“Joan Semmel: Feminist Artist,” Today, Vol. 1, #2, Tokyo, Japan, August 1980

“China: My Father’s Village,” Today, Vol. 1, July 1980, pages 4-15

“Two” (prologue from Canvas with an Unpainted Part), Heresies: Third World Women: The Politics of Being Other, Vol. 2, #4, issue 8, New York, NY, 1979

“New York Art Today,” Wonders of the World’s Museums: The Metropolitan Museum, Kodansha, Tokyo, Japan, 1979

“Li-lan: Drunken Duck or Chicken,” Palate to Palette: The Hampton Artists’ Cookbook, Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, NY, 1978

Village Vanguard Story,” Jazz and Jazz 5000, Kodansha, Tokyo, Japan, 1978

“On the Akatagawa Prize,” The Gendai, Tokyo, Japan, 1978

“Stray Questions, Stray Thoughts: On My Painting,” Ikebana Sogetsu, No. 113, Tokyo, Japan, 1977

“A Few Days,” Hanga Geijutsu, Tokyo, Japan,1976

“Mexico Again,” Geijutsu Seikatsu, No. 320, Tokyo, Japan, April 1976

“Canvas With an Unpainted Part” (twelve chapters), Asahi Journal, Tokyo, Japan, 1976

Vol. 18, #33, August 13: Village Sodachi

Vol. 18, #35, August 27: Sixteen

Vol. 18, #36, September 3: Loft on Broadway

Vol. 18, #37, September 10: ‘Chokuritsu Fudo’

Vol. 18, #38, September 17: Changes

Vol. 18, #39, September 24: Yun Gee, My Father

Vol. 18, #40, October 1: Red, White and Blue

Vol. 18, #41, October 8: ‘My Business’

Vol. 18, #43, October 15: The Turbulent 60s

Vol. 18, #44, October 22: With Masuo

Vol. 18, #45, October 29: Artists: Here and There

Vol. 18, #46, November 5: The Art World: Here & There

Kina, Laura and Dariotis, Wei Ming, Editors, War Baby / Love Child: Mixed Race Asian American Art, University of Washington Press, Seattle, WA, 2013

American Still Life: Treasures from the Parrish Art Museum, Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY Fall 2010

Guo, Zi Jin, “Tina Keng Gallery premieres Li-lan and Sanyu Solo Exhibitions,” Artco, No. 214, pp. 184, Taipei, Taiwan, July 2010

Zhang, Li Hao, “Li-lan weaves together life’s journey with a paint brush,” Artitude, No. 10, pp. 18, Taipei, Taiwan, July 2010

“Tina Keng Gallery, A Decade of Reverie: Tales of Contemplation, Li-lan Solo Exhibition,” Chinese Contemporary Art News, No. 66, pp.105, Taipei, Taiwan, July 2010

McClermont, Doug, “Li-lan – Jason McCoy Inc., New York,” ARTnews, Reviews, June 2009

Frost, Jess, “Li-lan: Mystery, Meditation, and Technique,” East Hampton Star, March 3, 2009

Valenzuela, Cecilia, “Experiences of Passage: The Paintings of Yun Gee and Li-lan,” Tucson Chinese Cultural Center News, December 2008

“The Paintings of Li-lan – Reviews,” Artintern.net, November 18, 2008

Goodman, Jonathan, “Yun Gee and Li-lan – Exhibitions,” Art In America, November 2008, page 194

Brodsky, Joyce, Experiences of Passage: The Paintings of Yun Gee and Li-lan, University of Washington Press, Seattle, WA, 2008

Eshoo, Amy, Editor, 560 Broadway: A New York Drawing Collection at Work, 1991-2006, Fifth Floor Foundation, NY, Yale University Press, New Haven & London, 2007, pp. 137, 139, 176, 182

“Outer Landscape of Language: ‘Unfinished Journey’ – Li-lan Solo Exhibition at Lin & Keng Gallery,” Artist Magazine, Taipei, Taiwan, January 2007, Issue no. 380, page 125

Wu, Rosy, “Lin & Keng, Gallery, Li-lan Solo Exhibition,” CANS Magazine, Taipei, November 2006, page 124

Lee, Wei-Ching, “Li-lan Steps Out in an Unfinished Journey with Minimal Style – Her Stamps, Envelopes and Paper Deliver A Strong Desire to Communicate,” China Times, Taipei, November 20th, 2006

Chou, Mei-Hui, “The Daughter of Master Yun Gee, Li-lan’s Exhibition of Paintings,” United Daily News, Taipei, November 22nd, 2006

Rester, Karen, “Pass On The Paint: Same Family, Same Career – But as Painters They’re a World Apart,” WestEast Magazine, Legacy Issue #18, Hong Kong, 2006, pages 168-169

Goodman, Jonathan, “Li-lan at Jason McCoy,” Art In America, Review of Exhibitions, October 2006

Berlind, Robert, “Li-lan at Nabi,” Art in America, Review of Exhibitions, No. 1, January 2005

Chou, Tunghsiao, Delicate Self-Contained Universe: Li-lan at Nabi Gallery,Artist Magazine, Contemporary Art in New York, vol. 348, Taipei, May 2004, pp. 485-486

Kato, Shuichi, Li-lan, “Good Day in the High Land: Memories From The 20th Century,” Shinano Mainichi Shimbun-sha, Nagano, Japan, July 1, 2004, pp. 174-176

Emerling, Susan, “Li-lan at DoubleVision, Los Angeles,” ARTnews, Reviews, National, April 2004

Harrison, Helen A., “Exhibits Showcase: Four Women Artists,” The New York Times, Long Island Weekly, The Arts, Sunday, March 14, 2004

“Li-lan: Labyrinths,” Asian Art Newspaper, New York Gallery Shows, London, UK, March 2004

Sansegundo, Sheridan, “The Art Scene,“ The East Hampton Star, Arts & Living, East Hampton, NY, February 19, 2004

Long, Robert, “Mystery and Skyline,” The East Hampton Star, The Arts, East Hampton, October 18, 2001

Ernst, Eric, “Turning to Beauty in a Tragic Time: Sag Harbor galleries featuring works that are ‘Healing and ‘Mysterious’,” The Southampton Press, Arts and Living, Southampton, NY, October 4, 2001

Sansegundo, Sheridan, “At the Galleries: ‘Mysterious’,” The East Hampton Star, The Arts, East Hampton, September 20, 2001

Art & Collection, No. 104, Reviews, Taipei, May 2001

Artist Magazine, Vol. 311, Reviews, Taipei, April 2001

Huang, Bao-Ping, Minshin Daily, Reviews, Taipei, April 15, 2001

Zhen, Nai Ming, CANS (Chinese Art News), No. 42, Reviews, Taipei, April 2001

Sansegundo, Sheridan, “LI-LAN, Reaching Across Barriers,” The East Hampton Star, The Arts, May 11, 2000

Braff, Phyllis, “Five Part Harmony: Five Artists,” The New York Times, Long Island Weekly, Art Reviews, September 19, 1999

Pai, Sharon, “Looking at the Grand Future of Art Through the Art of the ‘Grand Future’ Gallery,”

Gallery Overview, Lin & Keng Gallery, Taipei, July 1998

Braff, Phyllis, “Point, Line and Plane: Drawing and Sculpture,” The New York Times, Long Island Weekly, Art Reviews, September 6, 1998

Slivka, Rose, “Li-lan’s Mail Images,” The East Hampton Star, From The Studio, August 13, 1998

CANS, Reviews, Taipei, October 1997

Pam Publishing Company City Guide, Vol. 24, Reviews, Taipei, October 1997

Artist Magazine, Vol. 269, Reviews, Taipei, October 1997

Minshin Daily, Reviews, Taipei, October 25, 1997

Liberty Times, Reviews, Taipei, October 22, 1997

“Li-lan,” Nikkei Art, Reviews, Tokyo, Japan, January – February 1997

Cheng, Scarlet, “The Work of Li-lan: Postcards from the Edge,” Asia Times, Perspective,

Vol. 1, No. 230, Bangkok, October 30, 1996

Braff, Phyllis, “Li-lan, Lin & Keng,” ARTnews, Reviews/International, Taipei, January 1996

Wang, Jason, “Ceci n’est pas une Chinois,” Artist Magazine, Vol. 248, Taipei, January 1996

Lu, Tien-Yen, “Search for Inner Spirituality: Li-lan’s Creative Concept,” Art of Collection,

Vol. 39, Taipei, December 1995

Cheng, Scarlet, “Li-lan at Lin & Keng,” Asian Art News, Exhibition Reviews, Taiwan, Vol. 5, No. 6, Hong Kong, November/December 1995

Huang, Bao-Ping, “Li-lan’s Paintings Express Images from the Soul,” Ming Sheng, Taipei, November 2, 1995

Braff, Phyllis, “Minimalist From Springs With Chinese Roots Exhibits Envelopes in Taiwan,” The New York Times, Long Island Weekly, October 29, 1995

Lee, Lien-Chu, “Letters to the World,” The Great News, Reviews, Taipei, October 14, 1995

Lee, Wei-Ching, China Times, Reviews, Taipei, October 13, 1995

Jen, Nai-Min, The Free Times, Reviews, Taipei, October 11, 1995

Schrier, Amy, “Flash Asia – International Asian Art Exhibitions in Brief,” Flash Art International, Vol. XXVIII, March-April, 1995

Ebony, David, “Li-lan at Art Projects International,” Art in America, Review of Exhibitions, Vol. 83, No. 2, February 1995

Magnan, Kathleen Finley, “Li-lan at Art Projects International,” Asian Art News, Exhibition Reviews,

The United States, Vol. 5, No. 1, Hong Kong, January/February 1995

Matsumoto, Yasuki, “New York Artist Li-lan: Solo Exhibition on Postal Matters,” Wave, Kyodo News Service, Japan, January 13 – 16, 1995

Bakke, Erik, “Li-lan: Postmarks: Recent Paintings and Pastels,” Space, Report From America, Vol. 325, Seoul, November 1994

Long, Robert, “Two Shows Worth Seeing,” The Southampton Press, Perspectives, November 18, 1993

Slivka, Rose, “From The Studio,” The East Hampton Star, November 18, 1993 (also September 26, 1985; July 14, 1988; August 17, 1989; May 10, 1990; June 6, 1991; July 16, 1992)

“This Week On Long Island,” The New York Times, Long Island Weekly, October 24, 1993

Cheng, Scarlet, “Border Crossings,” Asian Art News, Vol. 3, No. 2, Hong Kong, March-April 1993

Braff, Phyllis, “Journeys Through Time and Space,” The New York Times, Long Island Weekly, December 13, 1992

Long, Robert, The Southampton Press, Perspectives, July 9, 1992

Harrison, Helen, “Filling in Between the Artist’s Lines,” The New York Times, Long Island Weekly, March 8, 1992

“Gracious Giving,” Art News, Vasari Diary, Summer 1991

“Stolen Art Alert,” IFARreports, Vol. 12, No. 6, June 1991

Sansegundo, Sheridan, “Madre: Benefit Show,” The East Hampton Star, At The Galleries, May 6, 1991

The New York Times, Midwest Edition, April 27, 1991

“Li-lan,” Kutztown New Arts Program Preview, February-March 1991

Raynor, Vivien, “On View at UConn’s Museum,” The New York Times, Sunday Connecticut Section, Art, December 2,1990

Bruhn, Thomas, “Li-lan: Stationary Images,” The William Benton Museum of Art, Exhibitions, Fall/Winter 1990

Tallmer, Jerry, “On the outside, looking in,” New York Post, Weekend, Eye on Art, August 17, 1990

Long, Robert, “Different Depictions of ‘Contemporary Still Life’,” The Southampton Press, Perspectives, May 10, 1990

Braff, Phyllis, “Experimentation in Still Lifes,” The New York Times, Long Island Weekly, Art, May 6, 1990

Rafferty, Carole, “Grid Art: A Visual Enterprise,” Leisure, April 30, 1990

Collischan, Judy K., “Li-lan,” Lines of Vision: Drawings by Contemporary Women, Hudson Hills Press, New York, December,1989

Tachibana, Tamaki, Kyodo News Service, December 1989

The East Hampton Star, At the Galleries, November 9, 1989 (also June 23, 1988)

“Art Links Two Cultures,” Long Island University Magazine, Winter 1988

Russo, Alexander, “Father-Daughter Exhibit,” The Southampton Press, Perspectives, July 7, 1988

Centre Daily News, July 27, 1988

Delatiner, Barbara, “Art of 2 Cultures And 2 Generations,” The New York Times, Long Island Weekly, June 26, 1988

World Daily News, June 25, 1988

The Southampton Press, At the Galleries, June 23, 1988

Chou, Nancy, “Li-lan: Song of Color and Line,” Hsiung Shih Art Monthly, Taipei, July 1986

Henry, Gerrit, “Li-lan at OK Harris,” Art in America, Review of Exhibitions, April 1986

Huang, Carol, “Li-lan,” Center Daily News, April 8, 1986

Ando, Hiroshi & Ethan Hoffman, “Li-lan, “ Common Sense, Spotlight, Vol. 2, #8, Tokyo, August 1985

Ooka, Makoto, “Two poems for Li-lan,” LI-LAN, Nantenshi Gallery, Tokyo, April 1985

“The Richness of Space: Li-lan’s Exhibition,” The Shinbijutsu Shimbun, Tokyo, April 1, 1985

Chikushi, Tetsuya, “New York Holiday,” Suzusawa Shoten, Tokyo, 1984

“Strong Individuality in a Gentle Asian,” Kyodo News Service, December 14, 1983

The China Post, Taipei, December 4, 1983

Tallmer, Jerry, “Oil in their blood: the tie that bonds,” The New York Post, On the Town, November 12, 1983

“Li-lan and Yun Gee,”The East Hampton Star, November 10, 1983

Matsumoto, Michiko, “Li-lan…painter,” Portraits of New York Women, Tokyo: Tohjusha, 1983

“A Chance Meeting in New York,” Free, Vol. 1, #1, Tokyo, July 1983

Chikushi, Tetsuya, “Li-lan,” DIA QUALITY, Tokyo: DIA Graphics, 1983

“Floating Foundation of Photography,” Brutus, Tokyo, October 1982

Pincus, Robert L., Los Angeles Times, Galleries, August 13, 1982

Drohojowska, Hunter, Los Angeles Weekly, Pick of the Week, August 6, 1982

“Curators Show at Tower,” The Southampton Press, At the Galleries, June 17, 1982

Sumi, Tetsuya, “International Art Review: Li-lan,” Kyodo News Service, May 19 – 23, 1982

“Photos of China,” The East Hampton Star, May 20, 1982

Miyamoto, Michiko and Makoto Nagasawa, “Interview with Li-lan,” Americans’ Point of View about Japanese People, Soshisha Publishing Co., Tokyo, 1982

“The Painter, Li-lan,” Kyodo News Service, December 14, 1980

Wilson, William, Los Angeles Times, The Galleries, April 18, 1980

Tannenbaum, Judith, Li-lan,” Arts, September 1978

“Li-lan and Peter Archer,” The Village Voice, Voice Choices, May 29, 1978

Tallmer, Jerry, “The Nails Fell Down,” The New York Post, The World of Art, May 20, 1978

“Li-lan; Archer”, Art World, May 18, 1978

“Legal Pad, 1,” Asahi Journal, Vol. 19, #39, cover, Tokyo, September 30, 1977

“Li-lan,” More, No. 2, Tokyo, August 1977

Matsuoka, Kazuko, “Canvas With an Unpainted Part,” Watashi Wa Onna, Woman’s Gallery, Vol. 1, #1, Tokyo, July 1977

“‘Tale of a Journey‘ – Li-lan,” The Geijutsu Shincho, Tokyo, July 1977

Matsunaga, Goichi, “Space,” The Geijutsu Seikatsu, Series: Painting and Language, Tokyo, May 1977

“Li-lan,” Bijutsu Techo, Vol. 29, #420, Exhibitions, Tokyo, May 1977

“‘Sawayaka’: Li-lan’s Exhibition,” Mainichi Shimbun, Tokyo, May 19, 1977

Ogawa, Masataka, “Her Own Language: Li-lan,” Asahi Shimbun, Art, Tokyo, May 18, 1977

“Li-lan,” Komei Shimbun, Tokyo, May 14, 1977

Kato, Shuichi, “Introduction – Homage to Li-lan,” Canvas With an Unpainted Part: An Autobiography, Asahi Shimbun, Tokyo, 1976

“Li-lan, Canvas With an Unpainted Part: Art and Language Today,” Ikebana Sogetsu, No. 110, Tokyo, 1976

Paris, Jeanne, “One-person shows at Benson Gallery,” Long Island Press, August 29, 1976

Kato, Shuichi, “On Size, or ‘La Pensee Sauvage,’” Asahi Shimbun, Tokyo, November 7, 1975

“Art, Hamptons to the Islips,” Long Island Press, September 21,1975

Shirey, David L., “Women’s Art is Being Shown,” The New York Times, August 17, 1975

Paris, Jeanne, “Women Artists: Clarity, energy and honesty,” Long Island Press, August 3, 1975

Preston, Malcom, “‘20 Women’ Probes the Inventive,” Newsday, Long Island, New York, July 27, 1975

Moore, Alan, Artforum, January 1975

Ikeda, Masuo, “Always True to Her Feeling: Li-lan, The Artist,” Asahi Journal, International Line,Vol. 16, #20, Tokyo, May 24, 1974

Nickel, Phyllis F., “Li-lan, Paintings,” The Japan Times, At the Galleries, Tokyo, May 19, 1974

“Poetic Landscape,” Yomiuri Shimbun, Tokyo, May 18, 1974

Ogawa, Masataka, “Delicate Paintings: Li-lan,” Asahi Shimbun, Art, Tokyo, May 18, 1974

Frank, Peter, The Soho News, New York, January 24, 1974

Preston, Malcom, “Good Works, Fair Prices,” Newsday, August 9, 1973

“Some Apple,” Asahi Journal, Vol. 14, #5, cover, Tokyo, February 4, 1972

Ogawa, Masataka, “Womanly Emotion: Li-lan,” Asahi Shimbun, Art, Tokyo, November 17, 1971

“The Richness of Li-lan’s Work,” Mainichi Shimbun, Tokyo, November 10, 1971

“Li-lan,” Bijutsu Techo, Exhibitions, Tokyo, November 1971

“Door and Window: Divided Space,” Zokei Geijutsu, Tokyo, November 1971

Ogawa, Masataka, “The Open Image,” Asahi Shimbun, Art, Tokyo, September 20, 1969

1990                        Artists Grant, Artists Space, New York, NY

1988                        Artists Grant, Artists Space, New York, NY

1993                        Certificate of Merit: Chinese American Cultural Pioneer, New York City Council

1995
de Young Museum, San Francisco, CA
With New Eyes: Towards an Asian American Art History on the West Coast
Panel Discussion:   The Artists’ and Families Perspective: Looking at the 21st Century

The Central Academy of Fine Art, Beijing, China
Auditorium

1992
Visual Arts Seminar, Staller Center for the Arts
State University of New York at Stony Brook
Teacher: Maren Hassinger

The Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan
Exhibition Hall

The Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan
Auditorium

1991
New Arts Program, Kutztown, PA
Visiting Lecturer and Critic

University of Connecticut, Art Department, Graduate Students,
Prof. Deborah Muirhead Studio Visit, New York, Lecture and Slide Presentation

1990
Crossed Cultures: A Workshop for Culture in Transition
Parsons, New York, Lecture and Slide Presentation
Teacher: Margo Machida

1989
Crossed Cultures: A Workshop for Culture in Transition
Parsons, New York, Studio Visit and Lecture
Teacher: Margo Machida

1987
Long Island University, Southampton Campus, Fine Arts Department
Prof. Yoshi Higa Studio Visit, East Hampton, NY, Lecture

1984
Long Island University, Southampton Campus, Fine Arts Department
Prof. Robert Skinner Studio Visit, East Hampton, NY, Lecture (also 1983)

1980
Guild Hall Museum, Friends of Guild Hall, East Hampton, NY
Studio Visit, East Hampton, NY, Lecture

1979
Hofstra University, Friends of Hofstra Museum, Hempstead, NY
Studio Visit, East Hampton, NY, Lecture

1989-1990
Artists Advisory Board, East Hampton Center for Contemporary Art,
East Hampton, NY

1984-1987
Regional Council, Parrish Art Museum, Southampton, NY