Eng Hwee Chu
Eng Hwee Chu is active/lives in Malaysia. Eng Hwee Chu is known for Painting.
Biography Eng Hwee Chu
Eng Hwee Chu obtained her Diploma from the Malaysian Institute of Art from 1986-1989. She later taught there.
She held her first solo at the National Art Gallery’s Creative Centre in 1995. In 1992, she won a Minor Award in the Young Contemporary Artists for Black Moon No. 12, which is now in the collection of the National Gallery Singapore. Her biggest achievement was when her work, Cry Freedom (now collection of National Art Gallery, KL) won the 1st Prize in the Malaysian component of the Philip Morris Asean Art Award in 1994.
In 1996, she was selected by the organizer’s curatorial team for the 2nd Asia-Pacific Triennial in Brisbane. In 1997, she was selected to take part in Art in South-east Asia: Glimpses into the Future
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