REVIEWS

 

SELECTED REVIEWS

1. The Washington Post, "‘Spring Solos,’ as presented by seven artists", by Mark Jenkins, Arts&Style, E4, June 21, 2015.

2. East City Art, "WPA SELECT at Artisphere", by Eric Hope, February 12, 2015.

3. East City Art, "Last look at works by Hsin-Hsi Chen and Amanda Kates at doris-mae", by Thomas Drymon, June 18, 2014.

4. doris-mae blog, "Conversation with Hsin-Hsi Chen", by Luke Atkinson, June 11, 2014.

5. The Washington Post, "D.C. area galleries: A Window Into The Mind's Eye", by Mark Jenkins, Entertainment, Museums, February 28, 2014.

6. The Washington Post, "It's the process, not the picture: In VisArts show, drawing is the means to the end", by Michael O'Sullivan, Weekend, OnExhibit, P.22, 23, June 14, 2013.

7. The Washington Post, "Adding dimensions to landscapes: Fawna Xiao, Hsin-Hsi Chen offer interesting takes on contours", by Mark Jenkins, Style, Galleries, C8, April 19, 2013.

8. ArtSee DC, "Artist of the Week: Hsin-Hsi Chen", by Roxanne Goldberg, April 10, 2013.

9. The Washington Post, "GALLERY OPENING OF THE WEEK - Hsin-Hsi Chen: Transition", by Michael O'Sullivan, Weekend, OnExhibit, T16, February 10, 2012.

10. The Washington Post, "‘The Poetics of Water’: Art inspired by poetry", by Roger Catlin, Lifestyle, Style, December 29, 2011.

11. International Museum of Women, "Drawing and Illusionism: Hsin-Hsi Chen", Exhibiting You, February 13, 2009.

12. Sketch Pages Blog, "Drawing and Illusionism: Hsin-Hsi Chen", by Nicole Lenzi, January 24, 2009.

13. Thinking About Art Blog, "Beyond the Box: Drawings by Hsin-Hsi Chen", by J. T. Kirkland, December 11, 2006.

14. Falls Church News-Press, "Northern Virginia Art Beat", Arts & Entertainment, by Kevin Mellema, December 7, 2006.

15. McLean Project for the Arts, "Beyond The Box: Drawings by Hsin-Hsi Chen", by Nancy Sausser, November, 2006.

16. Towson Times, "'Path' leads straight to TU gallery", by Mike Giuliano, Life Times, Visual Arts, November 16, 2005.

17. Asian Arts & Culture Center Gallery, "Searching For A Path", by Ock-Kyung Lee, November 5, 2005.

18. The Boston Globe, "Women Of The World - Wide-ranging show", by Cate McQuaid, Galleries, Arts & Entertainment, October 21, 2005.

19. Home & Design, "An Art Museum Debuts", by Jacqueline Smith, Washington/Maryland/Virginia Luxury Homes - Fine Interior Design & Furnishings, P.42, 46, September/October, 2005.

20. The Washington Post, "At AU, Watch This Space", by Michael O'Sullivan, Weekend/OnExhibit, P.46, July 22, 2005.

21. WAMU 88.5 FM, "The American University Museum at the New Katzen Arts Center", by David Furst/Jack Rasmussen, July 22, 2005.

22. The Washington Times, "'Soft' blending of styles", by Joanna Shaw-Eagle, Arts & Culture, section B, Art, P.B1, B2, July 16, 2005.

23. American Weekly, "Katzen ready for Soft Openings", by Sally Acharya, July 11, 2005.

24. SELECT III 2005 WPA\Corcoran Art Auction, by N. Elizabeth Schlatter, http://www.wpaconline.org/events/ Elizabeth_Schlatter_in2005.htm, February 24 - March 5, 2005.

25. Philadelphia Weekly, "Works on Paper" by Roberta Fallon, Editor's Pick, Art, P.73, December 8-14, 2004.

26. Roberta Fallon and Libby Rosof's Artblog, "Paper world at Peng" by Roberta Fallon and Libby Rosof, P.6-8, November 29, 2004.

27. Peng Gallery, "Works on Paper" by Jason Peng, November 5-27, 2004.

28. The Baltimore Sun, "A fresh view of Asian art" by Laura Cadiz, P.1B, 8B, October 11, 2001.

29. The Washington Post, "Dark, Surreal Interiors Hint at Human Realities" by Nancy Sausser, Art Review, P.T27, September 20, 2001.

30. The Howard County Center for the Arts, "The Asian Heritage and The Contemporary Expression" by Ock-Kyung Lee, October 8, 2001.

31. Montpelier Cultural Arts Center, "Visual Labyrinths: New Drawings by Hsin-Hsi Chen" by John Yeh, July/September 2001.

32. The Washington Post, "A Tale of Two Houses" by Michael O'Sullivan, Weekend/OnExhibit, P.55-56, February 9, 2001.

33. Through the Looking Glass, "Celebrating the Octagon's Bicentennial", by Vivienne Lassman, January 2001.

34. Women Of The World, "A Global Collection of Art", foreword by Arlene Raven, P.168, June 2000.

35. The Cultural Arts Center at Glen Allen, "The Year of the Dragon: Art Flowing from East to West" by Deborah McLeod, January 2000.

36. Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society, "Roaming Through the Still" - Cover of winter issue, 1999.

37. Washington Review: Maryland Art Place 98/99 Critics' Residency Program, "The World Begins in Baltimore" by Barbara Rose, P.4-5, February/March 1999.

38. Washington Review: Maryland Art Place 98/99 Critics' Residency Program, "Hsin-Hsi Chen" by Blair Ewing, P.8, February/March 1999.

39. Harmony Hall Regional Center/Arts, "The 10th Annual Drawing and Redefining Drawing: Selections and Invitations", by Valerie Watson, December 1998 - January 1999.

40. Articulate, "ArtSites 98: High Definition" by Suzanne S. Summers, Visual Arts, Issue 29, October 1998.

41. The Baltimore Sun, "Formidable Skill" by John Dorsey, Today, D2, Fine Arts, September 8, 1998.

42. Washington Review, Special ArtSites 98' Edition, "High Definition" by Kristen Hileman, Vol.XXIV, No.1, P.8-9, June/July 1998.

43. Sun Weekly, "'ArtSites' Offers Enjoyable Show at AAC" by Christina Taylor, P.11, June 18, 1998.

44. Arlington Arts Center, "Artsites 98 At The ACC: High Definition" edited by Kristen Hileman, May - August 1998.

45. The New York Times, "Spotlighting Two Shows: A Medley, and Drawings" by Vivien Raynor, Art, P.26, October 19, 1997.

46. Art & Antiques, "Capital Collecting" by Katie Ziglar, The Traveling Collector, P.37-41, May 1997.

47. Articulate, "Paula Crawford and Hsin-Hsi Chen" by Julie Nelson, Visual Arts, Issue 7, Vol.2, October 1996.

48. The Washington Post, "Around Town, Sweeping Beauty" by Ferdinand Protzman, Style, C2, September 14, 1996.

49. Troyer Fitzpatrick Lassman Gallery, by Vivienne Lassman, August 27, 1996.

50. Scene Magazine, "Brilliant Flashes" by John DeVault, Issue 53, Vol.2, P.26, September 29 - October 5, 1995.

51. College Park Magazine, "Finding Her Path" by Dianne Burch, Impressions, Vol.7, No.1, P.64, Fall, 1995.

 

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