Tami Xiang is a Perth based Chinese-Australian artist and academic scholar. She has achieved the Masters of Fine Arts from University of Western Australia (UWA) and she is currently undertaking a PhD by research at UWA. Tami’s work has been exhibited in Australia, Mainland China, France, Taiwan and the U.S.
Her work has been published on the New York Times and the Eye of Photography in France and Artlink in Australia
2019- Currently a PhD researcher at University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia
2017-2018 Maters of Fine Art, University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia.
2014-2016 Bachelor of Creative Industry, Edith Cowan Univeristy, Perth, Australia.
2010-2013 Advanced Diploma of Photoimaging, Central Institute Technology Gallery, Perth, Australia.
2019 Lensculture art photography Top 38
2019 Chinese New Talent photographer Top 25.
2019 Margaret & Herbert Horllsfall art Memorial Awards.
2017 Hai Nan“ China.Presence” exhibition Chinese New Talent artist
2019 Peasantography. Luck88, Cool Change Contemporary, Perth, Australia.
2019 Family Portraitwas invited as the featured exhibition at Head On photo festival, Sydney, Australia.
2018 Peasantography.Family Portrait, Cullity Gallery, Perth, Western Australia.
2014 Nüwa Reawakening Head On Photo Festival, Featured artist, Gaffa Gallery, Sydney, Australia.
2017 China Presence, Crown Hotel, Sanya, China.
2016 Experiment－Transcendenceinternational contemporary art Exhibition. Chongqing, ChangJiang Contemporary Art Museum, Chongqing, China.
Regeneration-ExpansionInternational contemporary art Exhibition. Chongqing ChangJiang Contemporary Art Museum, Chongqing, China.
Communication-Co-existenceinternational contemporary art Exhibition. Chongqing ChangJiang Contemporary Art Museum, Chongqing, China.
2018 Map and Territory, Jili Unversity, Beijing, China.
2018 Wild Field, Shicaotang art space, Shi JiangZhuang, China.
Mortgage Time, Red Gate gallery, Beijing, China.
Figurative & Abstract LingLing Auction Centre, Lingling, China.
Peasantography. Family PortraitALVA Studio, Perth Australia.
2017 Concrete-AbstractWuxi ChengJi Art Museum, Wuxi, China.
Violences XX-Elles,le Gallerie des Femmes, France.
China PresenceThe Crown Hotel, Sanya, China.
2016 Lost and IllusionNingBo KenDa Museum in Ningbo, China.
Intimate TransgressionJiangjieshi Memorial Centre, Taiwan
Nüwa Reawakening Inter Gallery, Beijing, China.
Nüwa Reawakening Hangzhou Library, Hangzhou, China.
Concrete and Abstract, YiTai Space, HuHeHaoTe, Inner Mongolia, China.
Nüwa Reawakening Dahua Museum, Xi’an, China;
Lost and IllusionNing Bo Culture Centre, Ningbo, China.
2015 Beyond the Ordinary,American Contemporary Art Exhibition, Sarasota Venice Art Centre, Florida, U.S.A.
Nüwa Reawakening Chongqing International Photography and Video Biennale, Chongqing, China.
Not Only the Result, but Also the ProcessTianjin Museum, Tianjin, China.
Lost and IllusionAohu Museum, Shenzhen, China.
Nüwa Reawakening Xiamen Luoka Contemporary Gallery, XiaMen, China.
2014 Nüwa Reawakening Duncan Miller Gallery, Los Angeles, U.S.A.
Nüwa Reawakening Shanghai Photo Festival, Shanghai, China.
2013 Nüwa Reawakening Melbourne Convention Centre, Australia.
Nüwa Reawakening Moores Building Art Gallery, Fremantle, Australia.
Nüwa Reawakening Central Institute Technology Gallery, Perth, Australia
Nüwa Reawakening Central Institute Technology Gallery, Perth, Australia.
2011 Happy Home JourneyKurb gallery, Perth Western Australia.
2010 Happy Home JourneyVictoria Park Art Awards, Victoria Park Art Centre, Perth, Australia.
Central Institute Technology Gallery, Perth, Australia.
HanTao Art Museum, Xi’An, China.
Alison Stieven Taylor‘Tami Xiang – Peasantography: Family Portrait’, The Eye of Photography Magazine,Paris, France, 8 October2018 –> Link
Alison Stieven Taylor ‘Tami Xiang Series Peasantography: Family Metaphor Online Magazine, Perth, 3 October 2018 –> Link
Alison Stieven Taylor ‘Tami Xiang – Paysanographie: Portrait de famille’, Femmes Photo Graphes Magazine –> Link
Bohdan Warchomij ‘Tami Xiang Exhibition in Taiwan: “Nüwa Reawakening’ Metaphor Online Magazine, Perth, 8 October 2016 –> Link
Di Yufei ‘Enduring Prejudices of Gender Woven Into Chinese Language’ New York Times, New York, 4 December 2015 –> Link