Suling Wang is a contemporary artist who is known for her predominantly abstract large scale paintings, which explore the artist’s sense of location and distance between Eastern and Western cultures. Through a strong awareness of the principles of Chinese landscape painting and the methods and ideas of European and American abstraction, Wang has developed a personal visual language.

After two decades, spent living predominantly in London, after having achieved international recognition for exhibitions abroad, Suling Wang has returned to her childhood home in a rural small village on the outskirts of Taichung and now spends most of her time

there.

Suling Wang completed her B.A. at Central Saint Martins in London in 1997, and then received her M.A. from the Royal College of Art in 1999. Since then she has exhibited widely in museums and galleries in several countries across the world including in exhibitions at The

National Gallery in London in 2006, Houston Museum of Fine Arts, USA and National Gallery of Victoria, Australia in 2007. Her work can be found in the permanent collections of many important public collections including Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York, Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles, Utah Museum of Fine Art, and Cincinnati Art Museum, USA.