Steph Huang

An art practitioner based in London, who experiments across media from sculpture, photography, moving image, sound to publication.

2022  Salón ACME No. 9⁠, Mexico, Mexico CIty
2021   Beuys Open Source, Belmacz, London
2021   Platform Asia x Arts Catalyst Residency, Sheffield, UK
2021   Displace, Bloc Projects, Sheffield, UK
2021   SupaStore Southside, Slingbacks and Sunshine, SLG, London
2021   MA Sculpture 2021: Proxy, Cromwell Place, London
2020  36th Annual Open Exhibition, Southwark Park Galleries, London
2020  Scout, Galleri Heike Arndt DK, Ketting, Denmark
2020  ING Discerning Eye Exhibition, London
2020  I Missed My Prozac Dose under Publika Fenestro, Filet, London  
2020  I Never Promised You a Wonderland, Artworks Project Space, London

2020  SupaStore Academy, Nida Art Colony of Vilnius Academy, Nida, Lithuania
2020  Four Legs Good, Two Legs Bad, Peak Gallery, London
2020  Fresh Legs, Galleri Heike Arndt DK, Berlin, Germany
2020  Gilbert Bayes Trust Scholarship, London
2019   ArtWorks Open, selected by Emma Talbot, Alex Schady, Artworks Project Space, London
2019   Perpetual Shift, curated by Nicholas Dietrich, the Koppel Project, London
2019   B, Belmacz, London
2019   neo:art prize, recipient of neo art prize, Bolton, UK
2019   Tall Tales of the Kitchen Kelpies' soup, RawLabs, London
2019   Cherry Pickers, curated by Vincent Crapon & Stilbé Schroeder (Podium), Luxembourg
2019   Pigs & Prawns, 4Cose, London
2019   RCA WIP Show, RCA, London
2018   The Ashtray Show West, Belmacz, London
2018   Bloom Award by WARSTEINER, nominated, Cologne, Germany
2018   Bauchgefühl, PILOTENKUECHE, Leipzig, Germany
2018   Fälschung // Fake, Krudebude, Leipzig, Germany
2018   The Pool, Alte Handelsschule, Leipzig, Germany
2018   Cabin Pressure, Ping Pong, Leipzig, Germany
2018   Studioless, Incheon Art Platform, South Korea
2017   The Mall, Croydon Art Store, London
2017   The Ashtray Show, 4Cose, London
2017   CUVETE, organised by Snow Cannon, Aveiro, Portugal
2017   Water Is Wet, Stanley Picker Gallery, London
2017   CREEKSIDE OPEN, selected by Alison Wilding, A.P.T Gallery, London