Ming-Jer Kuo (born in Taipei, Taiwan) is a New York-based artist. He had worked as an environmental engineer for eleven years and came to New York for art. He creates interdisciplinary visual art works based on his lens-based media experience, urban living interests and engineer’s analytic perspective. Kuo graduated from MFA Photography, Video and Related Media at School of Visual Arts in 2014. He is a recipient of NYFA New York Foundation for the Arts Artist Fellowship in NYC (2019), a member of The Elizabeth Foundation for The Arts in NYC (2017), a recipient of Paula Rhodes Award for Exceptional Achievement in NYC (2014), and was awarded as Honorable Mention of Taoyuan Creation Award in Taiwan (2011). Kuo’s work has been exhibited in solo and group shows of EFA 20|20 Gallery in NYC (2019), Trestle Gallery in NYC (2018), Gallery Sejul in Seoul (2017), Chashama Space to Present Program in NYC (2017), QCC Art Gallery in NYC (2017), NARS Foundation in NYC (2016), Gallery 456 in NYC (2016), Gallery Aferro in Newark, NJ (2016), New York Hall of Science in NYC (2015), Newhouse Center for Contemporary Art in NYC (2015), The 2 Gateway Center in Newark, NJ (2014, 2015), Fotoaura Institute of Photography in Taiwan (2009) and Pingyao International Photography Festival in China (2004). Kuo’s work has been featured by numerous publications including Aint-Bad (2014) and Steadfast Arte (2015). His work, "Everyday Practice of Art" was solo exhibited and was included in a publication of government in Taiwan (2010).