Alan Chin is an American artist born in Berkeley, California in 1987. He attended Academie Minerva in the Netherlands and earned his BFA in ceramics and painting from California College of the Arts in Oakland/San Francisco. For six years, Chin was studio assistant to the American artist, Raymond Saunders. His work has been shown in cities around the world and at institutions such as Berkeley Art Museum, California College of the Arts, Museum of Modern Art, Richmond Art Center, and Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Using a variety of traditional materials and experimental mediums, Alan creates narrative art and focuses primarily on the story of survival. He currently lives and maintains a studio in Downey, California.