Email:  redfan94103@yahoo.com
Website: alwongart.com

Education:

1972
Master of Fine Art, San Francisco Art Institute

1960-1962
Additional Coursework, Art Academy of San Francisco

Employment:

1975-2004 (retired 2004)
Fine Art Professor, San Francisco Art Institute

1990
Visiting Professor, Mills College

1978
Associate Professor, State University of Sonoma, Art Department

1975-1977
Lecturer, State University of Sacramento Art Department

Grants:

1997
Flintridge Foundation Visual Artist Award

1990
California Arts Council

1986
John Simon Guggenheim Fellowship (for Light & Shadow)

1983
National Endowment for the Arts (for New Genres)

1984
Rocky Mountain Film Center

1975
American Film Institute

Selected One Person Shows:

1975
F&F Schule Fur Experimentelle Gestaltung, Zurich, Switzerland

1978
Millenium, New York City

1980
The Museum of Modern Art, New York City
Gallery Tamura Nishifukuda-cho 2, Kanda Chiyoda ku, Tokyo, Japan

1981
S.I.T.E., Inc., Film Installation, San Francisco

1982
Nexus Foundation for Today’s Art, Installation, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

1983
The Cooper Union, Visiting Artist Series, New York City

1984
New Museum, Workspace Exhibition, Installation (one month), New York City

1988
Whitney Museum of American Art, 11 Installations, New York City
San Francisco State Office Building, Light & Shadow Dome, Installation, San Francisco, California

1991
Zen Center, San Francisco

1994
Light Clouds, San Francisco Fire Station #2, 42’9″L x 6’8″D, Public Art Installation, medium: ceramic frit glass, San Francisco, California

2001
“Al Wong,” Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco

2013
“Al Wong; Twin Peaks,” San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California

Selected Group Exhibitions:

1967
Expo 67, Montreal, Canada, Representing U.S.A., films by young people

1975
V International Festival of Cinema, Quebec, Canada

1976
Dallas / Fort Worth & San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Exchange DFW / SFO
Pacific Film Archive, University Art Museum, Berkeley, California
Celebrating Americans Bicentennial, San Francisco Art Institute,
An American Essay (OTHERSOURCES)

1977
FILMMUSEUM, Vienna, Austria
LaPAGODE, Paris, France
FILMMUSEUM IM STADTMUSEUM, Munich, Germany

1980
The 1980 Asian American Film Festival, New York City

1981
EXCHANGE Show, Installation, LACE in Los Angeles & S.I.T.E. in San Francisco

1984
New Langton Arts, Film Installation, San Francisco, California
San Francisco Art Commission Gallery, Shadow Drawing, Great Gifts, San Francisco,
California

1985
Mini Galeria, Shadow Installation, Zurich, Switzerland
Kunst Museum, Shadow Installation, Bern, Switzerland

1989
Museo de Arte Moderno, Cartagena, Columbia, South America
Centro Colombo Americano, Madellin, Columbia, South America
Centro Colombo Americano, Bogota, Bogota, Columbia, South America
Museo Arquelogico La Merced, Cali, Columbia, South America
Centro de Arte Actual, Pereira, Columbia, South America
Mincher / Wilcox, San Francisco, California

1991
The Museum of Modern Art, New York, “25 Years Millennium, Film: Tea for Two

1992
25 Years Millennium, Barcelona, Spain

1995
“Old Glory / New Story: Flagging the 21st Century,” CAPP Street Project, San Francisco,
California
“Old Glory / New Story: Flagging the 21st Century,” Santa Monica Museum, California
“Facing Eden: 100 Years of Landscape Art in the Bay Area,” DeYoung Museum, San
Francisco, California

1997
“On the Rim,” Transamerica Pyramid Lobby, San Francisco, California

2000
“Light Fantastic,” Walter McBean Gallery, San Francisco, California

2001
“Osaka Triennale 2001,” Contemporary Art Space Osaka, Osaka, Japan

2002
“Wish You Were Here!” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY

2003
“Wish You Were Here Too!” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY
“20th Annual National Juried Exhibition, Berkeley Art Center, CA

2004
“Wish You Were Here III!” A.I.R. Gallery, New York, NY

2013
“Solid Concept,” Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco, CA

2014
“Paris Photo,” Los Angeles Art Fair, Represented by Gallery Paule Anglim, Paramount Picture Studios, Los Angeles California

2015
“RETROSPECTIVE – Paule Anglim (1923 -2015)”, Gallery Paule Anglim, San Francisco, California

2016
“Long Shadows: Al Wong / Terry Fox / Gary Beydler,” Artists’ Television Access, San Francisco, California

Permanent Collection:

1968
University of California at Berkeley, Sound Tape Composition

1970
Yale University, Dr. Walter Brown, Film:  Tea for Two

1975
Firenze, Italy, Art Tape/22, Video Tapes of 5 Films

1977
American Film Institute, Film: Twin Peaks, Los Angeles, California
John F. Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, Washington, D.C., Film: Twin Peaks

1984
San Francisco Art Commission, Fence 42′ x 7′, Light and Shadow Installation, San
Francisco, California
Lyn Gumpert, Former Curator of New Museum, New York, Drawing
Ann Hatch, Former Director of CAPP Street Project, Shadow Installation, San Francisco,
California

1986
San Francisco Zen Center, San Francisco, California

1988
Ann Walker, Director of Artspace, San Francisco, California
San Francisco State Office Building, Van Ness & McAllister, Light & Shadow Dome
Installation, 11′ x 15′, San Francisco, California

1994
Light Clouds, San Francisco Fire Station #2, 42’9″L x 6’8″ D.  Medium: ceramic frit glass

1995
Richard Mendelsohn, member of the Board of Directors, CAPP Street Project, San Francisco, California

2004
Mark Waskow, Private Collection, New York, New York