Kristina Chan


Kristina Chan Topographics 2 cut

Kristina Chan (born in Vancouver 1991) lives and works in London. Her work has been showcased in solo and group exhibitions worldwide, including the Lightbox Museum, Woking, UK; Hancock Gallery, Newcastle; KoMask Master Printmaking Salon at Royal Academy of Fine Art, Antwerp Frestonian Gallery, London; Project 88, Mumbai; and Espace Barrell, Paris; Louvre Museum, during the 5th Annual Exposure Award Black and White Collection; Offprint TATE at TATE Modern; Museum für Moderne Kunst Bremen; Mindepartementet Museum, Stockholm; Litvak Contemporary, Tel Aviv.

Chan holds a B.F.A from Parsons Paris School of Art and Design, and in 2016 graduated with distinction the MA in Print at the Royal College of Arts, London.

Chan’s works are included in numerous private collections worldwide as well as major public collections such as The Royal Collection, Clarence House, Private Collection of His Royal Highness Prince of Wales, UK; Victoria & Albert Museum, Permanent Print Collections, London, UK; Royal College of Art, Print Archives, London, UK; Edinburgh Print Archives, UK; Shanghai Institute for Visual Arts, Print Archives, Shanghai, China; Parsons Paris Institute of Design, Alumni Archives, Paris, France; Parsons The New School, New York, USA.

Among the many awards Chan has received the 2022 Travers Smith CSR Awards, Alumni Category for works co-created with Itamar Freed; 2021 Canada Council for the Arts Explore & Create Project Grant, Canada; 2020 Ingram Prize, London, UK; 2018 Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Project Grant, Montreal, Canada; 2017 Edinburgh Printmakers Award, Edinburgh, UK and more.