Phillip Hua is an artist living and working in San Francisco. His work has been exhibited in galleries and art fairs nationally and internationally. In 2014, he was selected by Kenneth Baker, former art critic for the San Francisco Chronicle, as one of five artists to exhibit at the Marin Museum of Contemporary Art. In the same year, we was shortlisted for the Young Masters Art Prize, a non-profit wing of the Cynthia Corbett Gallery (London), which recognizes young artists who reference old masters.
Among jurors who have included his work into group exhibitions are Lucinda Barnes (Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive), Betti Sue Hertz (YBCA), Karin Adams (Oakland Museum), Caitlin Haskill (SFMOMA), Naima J. Keith (The Studio Museum), Meg Shiffler and JD Beltran (SF Arts Commission). His work has been reviewed by Art Practical, The San Francisco Chronicle, SFWeekly, California Home + Design magazine, White Hot Magazine of Contemporary Art, Interior Design magazine, and 7x7 magazine, among others. Hua is adjunct faculty at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco where he teaches Digital Media.