French born Chinese, Alixe Fu was born in Taiwan in 1961. Alixe had his first solo exhibition in Taipei and he graduated from Fine Arts Department of Chinese Culture University in 1985. Fu’s exhibitions took place in Paris, New York, Beijing, France, Japan, and Taiwan over twenty times including group exhibitions and biennales such as “Salon Young Artists Paintings” at the Grand Palais, “Autumn Salon”, “the May Salon”, and the “Salon des indépendants”. The artist travelled and lived in France as an artist in 1987, and learned lithograph from his mentor, Abraham Hadad in Ecole Nationale Superieure Des Beaux-arts.
His works were collected by public and private museums from France, Japan, China and Taiwan. Fu created public art works for France in 1999 and for Taiwan in 2005 and 2008. Alixe was one of the twenty artists who participated in“Avant-Garde, Installation, Space Exhibition”, a significant art exhibi-tion organized by Taipei Fine Arts Museum in 1980s.
The artist step by step participated in ”Contemporary Abstract Painting Exhibition”,“Avant-Garde, In-stallation, Space Exhibition”, “New Painting Exhibition”,“Modern Sculpture Exhibition”, “New Prospect of Modern Paintings”,“Style 22”, and“New Figurative Painting Exhibition” hold by Taipei Fine Arts Mu-seum. Furthermore, the French Ministry of Culture awarded him a studio in Cité Van Gogh, Auvers-sur-Oise in 1991.
“Avant-Garde, Installation, Space Exhibition”, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei, Taiwan, 1985
“Tian An Men, I don’t forget”, George Pompidou Center, Paris, France, 1989