Photography and Pop-up Books

We are Tiger Dragon People (solo)
Taubman Museum of Art
Feb 2–Sept 8 2019

Paper as a Medium
Paradigm Gallery
April 26 - May 18 2019  

Politics of Place
Center for Book Arts
Jan 18-March 30 2019

Spirit of Being
Rockland Center for the Arts
Feb 17-March 24

Third Space /Shifting Conversations about Contemporary Art
Birmingham Museum of Art
Jan 28 2017–Jan 2019

We are Tiger Dragon People (solo)
Phillips Museum of Art–Franklin and Marshall College
Aug 28–Dec 7 2018

Summer Reading
Woskob Family Gallery, Penn State
6/14–9/8 2018

Asian American Heritage Month Exhibition
City Hall, Philadelphia
5/2 –6/1 2018

For the Ancestors (solo)
Pyramid Atlantic Art Gallery
Feb 23–March 7 2018

Tao Hua Yuan Ji (solo)
Philadelphia Photo Arts Center
10/14–11/25 2017

New Works: For the Ancestors (solo)
The Center For Emerging Visual Artists: Bebe Benoliel Gallery
10/9–11/14  2017

Under the Knife: Contemporary Cut Paper Art
Bucks County Community College
8/23–10/14 2017

Art in City Hall, Philadelphia
March 6–May 5, 2017. Second Floor display cases. Reception: March 15, 2017, 6–7:00 pm with panel discussion from 5-6 pm.

Loving Blackness
Asian Arts Initiative
Opening Reception: First Friday, February 3 6–8 p.m.

Structure Unbound: Interdisciplinary Book Art
The Robert and Elaine Stein Galleries, Wright State University
Jan 17–Feb 26 2017
Opening reception and lecture/gallery talk: Sunday, Jan 22 2017

Wonderer/Wanderer: The Pop-ups of Colette Fu (solo) 
National Museum of Women in the Arts
Oct 14–Feb 26  2017

i found god in myself: the 40th anniversary of Ntozake Shange’s for colored girls…
African American Museum in Philadelphia
Oct 7–Jan 2 2017

Shakerag Faculty Exhibit
St. Andrews Sewanee School
June 12–25 2016

Blood Quantum
23 Sandy Gallery
Nov 4–Dec 19 2015

Mobilia Gallery, Cambridge, MA
Oct 17–Nov 30 2015

The Way They See It: The Way They Tell It
Crawford Campus Center Gallery, the Episcopal Academy
Genevieve Coutroubis John Karpinski Samantha Simpson Colette Fu Amanda D'Amico Jed Morfit Amze Emmons
Sept 9–30 2015

Embraced: The International Community
New York Center for Book Arts
July 8–Sept 19 2015

Hudson D. Walker Gallery, Provincetown, MA
Fine Arts Work Center Faculty Exhibit
June 19–July 6, 2015

Philadelphia Art Book Fair
April 24–25  2015 

Georgetown University (solo), Washington DC
Jan 21–April 12 2015

New York Center for Book Arts, Featured Artist Project, NYC
Jan 23–April 4 2015

Faces and Traces
Swatch Art Peace Hotel, Shanghai
Oct 31 2014–March 01 2015

Inaugural Exhibit of the Pennsylvania Arts
The State Museum of Pennsylvania
Jan 20–Feb 10 2015

Neighborhood Workshop
Asian Arts Initiative
Sept 5–Dec 23 2014

INTERSECTIONS: 23 Fulbright Photographers Explore Our World
Ronald Reagan Building, Washington DC
Oct 13–Nov 9 2014

Ningxia International Pop-up Book Fair
Yinchuan, Ningxia, China
Oct 1–10 2014

Shanghai International Pop-up Book Fair
Réel Shopping Mall, Jing'an District, Shanghai
July 11–August 23 2014

Diamond Leaves, Printing in Progress, Museum of Printing History, Houston, TX
Feb 20–May 17 2014 

Asian Arts Initiative, 20th Anniversary Exhibition, Philadelphia, PA
Feb 27–May 23 2014

Philadelphia Center for the Book
Free Library of Philadelphia
Nov 4 2013–Jan 3 2014

Florida Atlantic University
Jaffe Center for Book Arts (solo)
March 8–May 19 2013

Towson University (solo)
Center for the Arts Asian Arts Gallery
Feb 7–March 16 2012

Paper Architecture, curated by Amze Emmons
Muhlenberg College
Jan 16–Feb. 23 2013  
Reception: Jan 23, 4:30 - 6 pm
Artists: Andrée-Anne Dupuis-Bourret, Sarah Kate Burgess, Colette Fu, Jacque Liu, Lee Emma Running 

En Foco: New Works/Crossing Boundaries
BRIC Rotunda Gallery
Jan 10–Feb 23 2013

En Foco, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to cultural diversity in photography and celebrating its 38th year, to present a retrospective look at its prestigious New Works Photography Fellowship Award program. Since 1998, photographers selected for the program have produced highly diverse bodies of work; increasingly, the award has stimulated the creation of work that moves beyond the boundaries of traditional and toward unconventional forms of the photographic medium. This exhibit, curated by BRIC’s Director of Contemporary Art Elizabeth Ferrer, will include work by some 10 photographers, demonstrating the significance of En Foco’s award in extending their artistic practice. Works will include elaborately staged compositions, photos made with historic processes like tintype, wall sculpture based on appropriated images, and images made through varied forms of digital manipulation.

Artists Include: Don AntonJaishri AbichandaniColette Fu,Wendel WhiteBrenda PerryCharlie Grosso, and others (list in formation)

West Collects
Art Gallery at Philadelphia City Hall
Oct 1–Feb 22 2013 

Visual Arts Network Residency Exhibition
Asian Arts Initiative, Philadelphia
Artists: Leticia Bajuyo, Colette Fu, Kenyatta Hinkle, and Benjamin Volta
Dec 14–Jan 31 2013

Friday December 14, 6 p.m. featuring music by The Pagode Project
Sponsored by the Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation
Followed by a CHINATOWN NORTH ARTS CRAWL, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at locations throughout the neighborhood. Meet at Asian Arts Initiative for maps and tours.

This multi-disciplinary group exhibition features artists who have participated in the Visual Arts Network Residency program and Philadelphia-based visual artists. The exhibition is held in conjunction with the NPN/VAN Annual Meeting--a national gathering of artists, curators, presenters and colleagues.

Pulp to Pixels:  Artists Books in the Digital Age
Hampshire College Art Gallery
Nov 5–16 2012
Photos from the Exhibit

From production and creation to access and use, evolving technologies such as smart phones have made bookmaking a rapidly evolving art form. “Pulp to Pixels: Artists’ Books in the Digital Age” is an exhibition exploring interactive, generative art with text and image. Some of the pieces function as books that can be enhanced using technology; others require a smartphone or tablet to view them at all. 

Among the featured artists are Paul Zelevansky, Jie Qi, Colette Fu, Danielle Aubert, Amaranth Borsuk, Gretchen Henderson, and M. Kasper. 

Weird World
Booklyn Art Gallery
Oct 6–Nov 18 2012 

Philadelphia Airport Terminal D
We are Tiger Dragon People
April–Nov 2012

Perkins Center for the Arts, Collingswood, NJ
Artists Making Books with Maria Anasazi, Tom Bendtson and Colette Fu
Sept 8–Nov 10, 2012
Opening reception October 13 6-9pm.

DIAMOND LEAVES: Artist Books from around the World
Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China
Sept 18–Oct 28, 2012

Mainline Art Center Faculty Exhibition, Haverford, PA
Sep 14, 2012–Oct 8, 2012

Fleisher Art Memorial Faculty Exhibition
Friday, June 15 through Friday, July 27, 2012

Without Walls: Works from the muraLAB / Breadboard Residency
EKG Exhibition Space at the Science Center 3600 Market Street
On view through Saturday, June 16, 2012.

Without Walls explores new modes of public art and muralism through a unique collaborative residency program between Breadboard and muraLAB.    Six Philadelphia artists were selected to develop new concepts and   models for proposed public art projects during a six-month residency at NextFab Studio, a high-tech workshop and prototyping center located at the University City Science Center.

Featuring artwork by: Colette Fu, Chris Landau, Elisabeth Nickles, Serena Reed, Mike Ski, Katie Tackman.

Millersville University Sykes Gallery
Found in Translation: Contemporary artists books exploring the process of translation.
From the Booklyn Artists Alliance.
Feb 21–March 22 2012

University City Arts League
Photo Binge
March 10–27 2012

Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts/YWCA Visual Artist Community Residency Exhibition
Pop-up Homelife
Dec 2–16 2012

New York Center for Book Arts
The Un(framed) Photograph: Artist Members Annual Exhibition
July 6 2011–September 10, 2011

Athenaeum of Philadelphia
February 1–March 18, 2011
Monday-Friday, 9:00AM - 5:00PM
First Saturdays, 10:00AM - 2:00PM

Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts
Carole Bieber and Marc Ham Gallery
The Book: A Contemporary View
Dec 22, 2010–Apr 17, 2011

Pop Up Now and Handmade Paper in Motion
23 Sandy Gallery, Portland, OR
Sept 22–Oct 30 2010

I will cut thrU: Pochoirs, Carvings, and OtherCuttings
Barbara Walters Gallery at Sarah Lawrence College
Oct 7–Dec 7 2010

I will cut thrU: Pochoirs, Carvings, and OtherCuttings
New York Center for Book Arts
July 7–Sep 11 2010

Between the Covers
University of the Arts, Philadelphia
May 30–June 13, 2010

On the Rise, the Gallery at City Hall Inaugural Exhibit
Philadelphia City Hall
June16–Aug 6 2010

Open Kitchen
Da Gallery, NYC
April 24–June 18 2010

Philadelphia City Hall
May 20–July 23 2010

Asian Arts Initiative
Oct 20–Jan 29 2009
1219 Vine Street, Philadelphia

A collection of images that literally leap from the page, We Are Tiger Dragon People features a dozen photographic pop-up books, collages and photographs by artist Colette Fu providing a glimpse into her ancestry and the cultural richness of the ethnic groups of southwestern China.
Detailed images of work

This exhibition was supported in part by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency funded by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.

In Depth: Printmaking and Photography
Mainline Art Center, Philadelphia
Date: Feb 5 2010–Mar 2 2010
First Friday Opening Reception: Feb. 5, 6-9 pm

As part of Philagrafika 2010, an international festival to be held in the region, this exhibition presents thought-provoking and excellent examples of contemporary hand-pulled prints, photography and digital images by professional artists. Main Line Art Center has invited three notable jurors, Cindi Ettinger, Master Printmaker, Toni Rosati, artist and teacher and Peter Barberie, Curator of Photographs, Alfred Stieglitz Center, Philadelphia Museum of Art, to select artists from the region who are pushing the boundaries of printmaking and photography.

We are Tiger Dragon People
Taubman Museum
Feb 12–14, 2010
Roanoke, VA

Medium Resistance at Crane Arts
Philagrafika 2010
March 3–April 3 2010

Medium Resistance presents contemporary works of craft and print that resist old-fashioned distinctions between high art and artisanship. Informed by historical avant-garde practices such as those of the Productivists, Black Mountain College and, more recently, theInterventionists,  these provocative works reassess the mediumsexpressive, communicative, and material possibilities beyond known aesthetic, social, and political boundaries. Vessels and posters, digital images and books, to name just a few examples, straddle the divisions between art, craft, and mass production, strategically exploring each format s relative autonomy and usefulness, its potential for participation and collaboration, communication and dissemination, and aesthetic, social, and technical labor.