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Fiona Tan

° 1966, Pekan Baru (ID) – lives and works in Amsterdam (NL) 

Fiona Tan works within the contested territory of representation: how we represent ourselves and the mechanisms that determine how we interpret the representation of others. Photography and film – made by herself, by others, or a combination of both – are her mediums; research, classification and the archive, her strategies. Her skillfully crafted, moving and intensely human works, expanded film and video installations, explore history and time and our place within them.

(courtesy of Frithstreet Gallery)

Her installations and photographic works have been shown in numerous solo and group exhibitions in international venues. She has written and directed to date two feature length films. Recent solo exhibitions took place at the Museum Ludwig, Cologne; Museum für Modern Kunst, Frankfurt; De Pont Museum, Tilburg; Izu Photo Museum, Japan; Mudam, Luxembourg; Nasjonalmuseet, Oslo; The BALTIC, Gateshead; MAXXI, Rome; and the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Fiona Tan represented The Netherlands at the 53rd Venice Biennale (2009). Her work has been shown at various international group shows including in the São Paulo Biennial; Documenta IX, Kassel; and Istanbul Biennale. Her work is represented in numerous international public and private collections including the Tate Modern, London; the Guggenheim Museum, New York; Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam; the Neue National Galerie, Berlin; and the MCA, Chicago.

Fiona Tan is represengted by the following gallery;
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Frith Street Gallery, London 

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works by Fiona Tan

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