Kristina Chan graduated with Distinction in MA Print from the Royal College of Art London, trained in analogue and digital photography, lithography, etching, screen print, and digital media manipulation.
Her work has been exhibited in Galerie 104, Galerie éof, Musée du Louvre Paris; Mall Galleries, Anise Gallery, The Crypt Gallery, and CPG Galleries London; Lyon and Turnbull Edinburgh, Scotland; Project 88 in Mumbai, India; Idio Gallery, New York.
She has participated in numerous art and publishing fairs including Offprint TATE, TATE Modern (May 2015/2016), Small Press Projects, UCL Slade, London (February 2016), Artists’ As Independent Publishers Symposium, which toured the Museum für Moderne Kunst Bremen, Germany; Mindepartementet Museum of Art and Photography, Stockholm, Sweden; and Rom8 Gallery in Bergen, Norway; The Dyson Gallery London, UK; University of Applied Arts Archives Vienna, Austria; throughout 2016. Kristina has been commissioned to produce a featured large scale panoramic print for the 4th Edition Hidden Door Arts Festival Scotland, hosted in Edinburgh (May-June 2017), for which she received international acclaim and has been endorsed by Creative Scotland, Edinburgh Printmakers, Leith Theatre Trust, Leith School of Art and the Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Canada.
As the 2017 recipient of the prestigious Elizabeth Greenshields Foundation Grant, Kristina has work housed in the permanent archives and collections of the V&A Museum & Royal College of Art London; Shanghai Institute of Visual Arts (SIVA) China; El Minia University, Egypt; The Artists’ Press, South Africa; to name a few. Kristina has just been announced as a finalist for the 2017 WMA Commission, Hong Kong.