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  Interview | Hu Xiangdong: Only uninterrupted artistic practice can break the boundary。


  The artist Hu Xiangdong‘s new studio is located at the most popular village in Songzhuang, Xiaobao Village。 The two-storey white western-style building is self-designed by Hu Xiangdong。 Entering the large creative space, the first thing that comes into view is Hu Xiangdong’s new work in 2018。


  《大西红柿》 油彩   200x120cm   2016

  “LargeTomato”, oil paint 200×120cm 2016

  《我也要打一针》 油彩  200x120cm  2018

  “I want a shot too” oil paint, 200×120cm 2018


  The colorful colors like candy in the picture, the oversized vegetables and fruits, and the characters like those in the New Year paintings and the exaggerated facial expressions in his early works make the work filled with an absurd style and a strong irony。

  《你能给我想要的生活吗?》油彩  200x120cm  2018

  “Can you give me the kind of life I want?” oil paint 200×120cm 2018


  As is known, Hu Xiangdong is a representative of the domestic “Gaudy Art”。 He always has a keen thinking about social changes and human existence。 He hopes that art can not only achieve self-expression, but also be connected with this society。 In his early installation work “Ideal Planting”, the “cabbage” is one of the important achievements of “Gaudy Art”, which left a deep impression on the public。 Hu Xiangdong has been making artistic practice for many years and constantly searching for media that can accurately express his own ideas。 He is very interested in new technology materials, and has work forms such as shelves, sculptures, installations, etc。。 His 。 artistic practice has always been valued by the art circle in the past few years。 Recently, Hu Xiangdong, who has been an oil painter, has a strong complex of oil painting, and a new artistic exploration has returned to the shelf。

  《土豆高尔夫》 油彩  200x120cm  2016

  “Potato Golf” oil paint  200×120cm 2016

  《这个怎么吃?》 油彩  200x120cm  2018

  “How do I eat this?” oil paint 200×120cm 2018

  《肥水不流外人田》 油彩  200x120cm  2018

  “Rich water should not be let out of one’s own fields” oil paint, 200×120cm 2018


  Artist Hu Xiangdong accepted an interview with Zheng Xiaotong, the reporter of Sina Contemporary and Sculpture Channel:


  Sina Contemporary: You are a representative of the domestic Kitsch Art。 Then, you have kept on trying different media which can express your various concepts。 Your works include those presented on shelves, sculptures, installations。 Do you have any new art projects recently?


  Hu Xiangdong: I started creating kitsch works in 1995。 My first exhibition was called “Kitsch Life。” It was organized in 1996。 At that time, several “Old Summer Palace” artists discussed together and came up with a theme called “Vulgar Art。” Later, it was changed to “Kitsch Life。” Its formal positioning was in 1999 at the Tianjin Taida Art Museum。 We chose the theme “Kitsch,” considering the social background at that time。 After China’s adoption of the reform and opening-up policy, Chinese had a higher pursuit of material and spiritual enjoyment。 Their aesthetic taste was also upgraded。 We Kitsch artists all thought it was very interesting。 Based on the theme, a series of works was created by us。 In response to the public aesthetic taste, we imitated and satirized about the vulgar taste。 Most of these works were presented on shelves in the very beginning。 Later, with deepening of our art creations, we found artworks on shelves alone were inadequate。 Therefore, I started to think about new materials。 I have the oil painting learning background, so I am very familiar with materials and techniques of oil painting。 At that time, I was accustomed to using methods and materials which I was familiar with to create artworks。 Later, I found this was inadequate。 Some themes might be limited after putting on paintings。 Then, we had to make conversions。 In the very beginning, we tried new expression forms and new materials, but these new materials and expression forms were after all new tries。 I must abandon techniques which I was familiar with in the past, and introduce things that were seldom found in paintings。 The “things” here actually refer to vulgar things, which are out of the mainstream。 For example, I introduced carrots and Chinese cabbages to my paintings, and enlarged them。 After this expansion of themes, our art was deviated from the confinement to elites to be accessible to the public。 I created these works not according to methods familiar to me, but according to concepts I attempted to express。 Such paintings are not paintings in the traditional sense。 They are the so-called conceptual paintings。

  “ 艳俗艺术”浮出水面后,引起了各种反向和争议,它的影响力一直到今天,它属于90年代当代艺术重要现象。

  After the emergence of “Kitsch Art,” there have been many opponents and controversies。 However, its influence has been lasted to this date, though it was an important phenomenon of contemporary art in the 1990s。


  Painting is beyond doubt still my favorite way of expression。 It is no longer the one on the shelf, but carrier as other materials。 The idea presented by it is the most important and the technology is subject to content instead of showing off technology。 As a result, this leads to some misunderstandings of some conservative audience on easel painting of contemporary art。 They prefer deep, heavy, mechanistic, or lifelike art。 However, the charm of contemporary art not lies here。 Instead, it touches heart directly。 It has a pioneering and unique individual language。


  Recently, I’ve been engaged in augmentation of fruits and vegetables, which appears to be the attitude of people on genetically modified fruits and vegetables。 But in fact, this kind of bigness is more of a reflection of human desires, which reflect the altitude that people are pursuing this kind of largeness, large amount, fastness and fullness in the development of this social environment。 I chose this thing as the object of painting, which is my reflection on this issue。


  A peasant’s desireto grow a super large fruit on a fruit tree or in the field reflects the mentality of seeking quick success and instant benefits, which is a thought to solve all problems through growing things in the field。 However, the artists cannot give accurate answer for this kind of genetic modification, or the way that causes the hugeness of fruit as well as the harm on human body。 There is a basic common sense that the law of natural growth cannot be violated。 Your usage of catalyst, pesticide or chemical means must be harmful to people‘s health。 Today, the fast-paced development of society is also not normal。 I tend to express my attitude with my paintings。 I am on this now。


  Sina Contemporary: Is your studio a new one now? What was your original intention to relocate? or what effect does your new studio have on your artistic creation?


  Hu Xiangdong: We didn’t take the initiative to relocate our studio。 The pain felt by me in Beijing, I think, is everyone’s pain。 The fast development of society brings instability, namely constant relocation。 Today, this place has been demolished; tomorrow, the other place is requisitioned。 This pain may plague more than just Chinese artists。 In my opinion, many art communities in the world and the artistic environment are affected by the excessive development of commerce。 The artists help the developers unconsciously and play the launching role by accident for the city’s development。


  Artists prefer the renovation of low-cost abandoned factories and farmhouses。 They only need quiet environment for art creation。 Once the artists gather, they will bring about catering, entertainment, various service industries, and painting materials, packaging, transportation and other services。 As the number of people watching the artist‘s studio increases, this will bring tourism。 In three or four years, the place will bepopular。 After a few years, the land is no longer quiet, turning from a remote environment to a bustling environment。 At this time, the land already has the value of use。 The government or the developer will use this place for commercial development。 At this time, the artist has to move and develop new lots。 For every relocation, the energy consumption is intensive, which includes decoration and many disputes。


  After a new studio is settled, there will be an adaptation time。 The control of an art studio requires a break-in, and will slowly suit you to quiet down to work。 Of course, a good studio will make your stay longer with more works produced。


  Sina Contemporary: During your artistic creation career, you have been constantly experimenting with new art practices。 Now that contemporary Chinese art is booming, how do you view this development of Chinese contemporary art and how should artist think in the process of development?


  Hu Xiangdong: Chinese contemporary art started late and the time was short。 It began in the mid-1980s。


  Sina Contemporary:     85 trend of thoughts?


  Hu Xiangdong: Yes, looking at the 85 trend of thoughts in the 1980s from today, it’s more of an attempt at modern art and not contemporary art。 It is just the beginning of reform and opening up。 Everyone is learning the realism paint of the Soviet Union。 Our creative methods are more about going to the countryside to experience life, sketch, take pictures and go to contact a minority, a way of life and then come back to create.The degree of understanding is definitely superficial。 At that time, schools offered courses like that and it’s still the same today。


  After the opening up in the 1980s, we were exposed to the modern art of the West all of a sudden。 I was particularly surprised and excited。 Of course, I only learned Western art from prints which were of poor quality。 There are also many misunderstandings about the ambiguous prints。 The 1980s was basically an imitation stage, that is to say, Chinese artists learned from the West, including the recent issue, the problem of facsimile。


  Sina Contemporary: Plagiarism?



  Hu Xiangdong: Plagiarism as disrespect of original intellectual property rights is not right。

  Back then, China was closed and had zero communication with the West。 The way of learning a new art form is basically copying printed materials。 As a way of learning, it can be unblamable。 But the works shouldn’t flow into the market。 The college education back then stayed just before the Impressionists。 At that time, I saw some  translated books。 They translated Matisse into Matisi, indicating the resentful and unacceptable emotions。


  During the study of Western art in the 1980s, many artists began to search for their own local languages and many excellent works and characters were produced in the middle and late period。 It is a very important historical period for the development of Chinese modern art and contemporary art as it laid the foundation for the Chinese art to go global today。 By the 1990s, this phenomenon of blind imitation had gradually diminished。 The artists’ own thoughts took shape。 The artists began to have their own reflection, focused on their own problems, thought about tradition, reflected on the Cultural Revolution and paid attention to the status quo of existence。 Chinese artists began to have their own originality for its art going to the world today。 Today we will see Chinese artists in museums and exhibitions around the world。 This is a great achievement for Chinese contemporary art in the 1990s。


  Chinese artists for contemporary art began to appear on the world stage from the 1980s and 1990s to today。 After 2000, a small number of Chinese artists began to enter the art market。 The art market has played a huge role in promoting Chinese contemporary art。 Some art collectors and art dealers in Southeast Asia began to see the economic value of Chinese contemporary art and began to intervene and began to introduce Chinese contemporary art to the Western market。 With the entry of Chinese contemporary art into the market, Chinese artists have a market and a platform。



  The three years before 2008 basically formed a world Chinese art fever。 The works of Chinese artists were once enthusiastically sought after, which was unexpected。


  It brought possibility for the prosperity and development of Chinese art, but there are also some problems。

  The entry of Western capital brought the money of art dealers from Southeast Asia and China, forming a boom in art sales, which is fast。 It requires artists to have more and quickly-done works。 However, the creation of works of art is actually a long process。 It is a process of sensation and it will take a long time to brew。 It’s rare for real art collectors to do fast-painting, fast-sales。 Instead, they are businessmen who turn from real estate or other businesses to art sales without basic knowledge of the laws of art business。 Today, it seems that the works are rough and repeated, and the business can promote the development of art。 However, the speculative business by fits and starts is unfavorable to the orderly development of art。


  Following 2008, with the weakening of world‘s enthusiasm for Chinese contemporary art, Chinese artists returned to rationality, spent more time thinking and created works in a more deeply and adequately way。 Although the era advances still fast, an artist should still have a rhythm in creation, instead of being affected by this excessive fast pace。


  Sina Contemporary: Many of your works are based on current issues with a close connection with the social environment and living environment, which include your early Kitsch works with some irony in it。 Many young artists’ works are now under this foreign influence。 Their works are no longer related to their own social environment。 How do you view this issue?


  Hu Xiangdong: Every era has the characteristics of its own。 Every era has problems of its own。 Our older generation of artists survived in the most closed and oppressive era and they may be labeled as enemies such as counter-revolutionary people, four-types, and secret agents, but there were still some people who loved art, secretly carried out artistic exploration and still left us with precious artistic wealth in the torture, which is admirable。

  我们这一代人面对的是文革后的反思,残酷的社会变革带来的社会问题,上山下乡回城补习功课考大学,下岗自谋职业,下海经商、出国深造  、计划生育、退休再就业、计划经济转向市场经济。在希望和失望中挣扎,但不会得抑郁症,烦个不停。而今天的年轻人在做艺术创作的时候,我觉得压力空前巨大,今天的社会环境空前复杂,贪腐、潜规则横行,金钱至上的快节奏社会环境为了生存哪有时间容你思考,人际关系赤裸裸的金钱关系,为了生存你争我夺穷尽手段,处处是陷阱处处是危机,贫富差距之大,一个年轻艺术家要面对高昂的房租和生活成本,我记得我们年轻的时候,受到过出版部门的支持与免费刊登,有一种被认同的幸福感,有时还能有几十块稿费,请朋友吃饭很是自豪,现在所有部门都是自负盈亏,所有部门都在张着血盆大口等你进来,参加展览谈何容易,过去策展人的工作就是看艺术家工作室,现在策展人在电脑旁看资料都看不过来,文化、教育、医疗、都产业化了,都市场化了。今天年轻人面临的困难前所未有,所以我更敬佩在这么浮躁、这么繁杂的环境里能面对内心,面对自我进行思考,进行创作,我觉得很是令人敬佩。


  Our generation is faced with the reflection after the Cultural Revolution, the social problems brought about by the cruel social changes, for example, going to the countryside and going back to the city to study and get admitted to university, searching for jobs after laying off, running business, going abroad for further study, family planning, retirement and reemployment, the planned economy to the market economy。 Struggling with hope and disappointment, they would be free from getting depression and getting anxious。 When today’s young people are doing artistic creation, I can sense the unprecedented pressure。 The social environment is unprecedentedly complex, the corruption and the unspoken rules are rampant。 In the fast-paced social environment of money supremacy, there is no time for you to think。 Interpersonal relationship is naked money relationship。 To survive, you fight hard and face risks and traps everywhere。 The huge gap between the rich and the poor puts a young artist in the face of high rent and cost of living。 As far as I can remember, when we were young, we were supported by the publishing department and enjoyed free publication。 There was a sense of happiness to be recognized and sometimes there were payments of a few dozen yuan。 Treating your friends a meal can be a proud thing to do。 Now all departments are responsible for their own profits and losses。 All departments are waiting for you to come in。 It is no longer a  easy thing to participate in an exhibition。 In the past, the curator would go to the artist‘s studio。 Now the curator is stuffed with the information at the computer, and the culture, education, medical care, and industrialization are all marketized。 The difficulties faced by young people today are unprecedented, so I admire those who can face their heart in such an impetuous and complicated environment。 I think it is admirable to think about oneself and to create。

  Now we enjoy developed network and convenient transportation。 We have seen a lot of exhibitions, including fairs of various kinds。 Fairs are different from exhibition of museums and the theme show of contemporary art exhibitions。 The fair is mainly for business purposes。 The museum mainly displays classic art, while the contemporary art exhibition is the most lively, so young people should not be too influenced by the fair。 I think young artists still have to pay attention to their own lives and pay attention to their feelings。


  Sina Contemporary: I can see your encouragement and support for the younger generation。 What are your expectations for young artists?

  胡向东:我只要有机会有可能我会推荐一下年轻人的作品,对年轻人的期许,这个问题确实很沉重的。因为今天这个社会环境要做一个独立的人是非常难的,如果不从众生活会很艰难 ,如果从众就会迷失自我。年轻人在今天这个社会环境里面临这非常严酷的抉择,所以说长辈们会善意的规劝年轻人,不要太有个性,要以生存为先导,要适应这个社会,可这个社会充满了不诚实,充满了欺骗,他怎么面对这个社会?尤其是作为艺术家,没有一个真诚的态度你怎么做艺术?艺术问题首要问题是态度问题,无论是谁都应该有个真诚的态度,这个社会才会慢慢变好,如果我们没有能力改变,但我们可以做好自己,如果每一个人都诚实守信,做好每个诚实的个体,绝不随波逐流,绝不同流合污。

  I would jump at any chance to recommend the works of young people。 The expectations of young people are really heavy issue as in today‘s social environment, it’s difficult to be an independent person。 Failure to live with the public makes life hard。 Following the crowd makes people at lost。 Young people face this very harsh choice in today’s social environment, so the elders will kindly persuade young people not to be too individualistic, to be survival-oriented, to adapt to this society。 However, this society is full of dishonesty, full of deception。 How does he face this society? Especially as an artist, it’s impossible to do art creation without sincere altitude。 The primary problem of art is the attitude。 Everyone should have a sincere attitude, so that this society will gradually become better。 If we do not have the ability to change, we can be a better self by being honest and trustworthy, never going with the flow, never associating with an evil person。


  The future of art belongs to young people。 They are more knowledgeable, more visionary and more advanced。 I believe that all this will change。 I expect that young people keep their ideal in any environmental pressure。 They still aspire to beauty in the face of ugliness。 Art is a flower of pain。 We must believe in a bright future and wish them all a good living environment and a clean artistic environment as soon as possible。






  2007   “隔膜” 园画廊  韩国首尔

  2006   “隔膜” 北京空间画廊  798艺术区  北京


  2019  德国北部艺术节  卡而舒特艺术区 德国

  2018  艺术山西“多元。共生”当代艺术展  山西

  “搜神记”当代艺术展  山海美术馆 北京

  2017  “第三种美学” 劳特斯辰美术馆开馆展  798艺术区  北京

  2016  海纳百川壁立千仞,宋庄东区艺术中心,北京

  宋庄空降南京   百家湖美术馆   南京

  “生命之疼未必发生”尤伦思当代艺术中心  798艺术区 北京

  2015  榜样中国—首届大师名家邀请展  宋庄当代艺术文献馆 北京


  宋庄当代艺术文献馆 北京

  2014  “溶”当代艺术群展  斗角美术馆  北京

  2013   隔膜与蓝色液体  望野博物馆  深圳

  “苏区”经验——江苏在京当代艺术家联展  北京

  2012   闳约深美  南京艺术学院百年校庆作品展 中国美术馆

  困顿与延伸——从南京出发 三川当代美术馆   南京

  南京当代艺术年度展“艺术叛徒”美术大展 南京尚东艺术中心

  2011  我信——在宋庄的中国当代艺术 宋庄美术馆  北京

  2010   南京当代艺术年展  南京尚东当代艺术中心  南京

  2008  “北上” 798艺术区  北京

  2007   首届今日文献展  今日美术馆  北京

  “十年一觉”当代艺术展  和静园艺术馆   北京

  “共震”运动视界艺术展 上海当代艺术馆  上海

  “金光大道”当代艺术展   先声画廊    798艺术区  北京

  “无忌当代”艺术展  圣东方画廊   上海

  2006 “转动的夏季表现”  schocni画廊  香港

  “混搭状态当代艺术作品展”   798艺术区  北京

  2005 “临界0工厂艺术展”   798艺术区  北京

  “国际百位艺术家邀请展”那波里  意大利

  2004  “城市与身体当代艺术展”  正对面画廊  北京

  “中国画廊推介即国际画廊邀请展”  北京

  2003  “向前走中国当代艺术展”  NUS博物馆 新加坡

  “九十九幅小画展”  东京画廊  北京    798艺术区

  “今日中国美术展览”  中华世纪坛艺术馆   北京

  2002   广州当代艺术三年展“重新解读:中国实验艺术十年  

  (1990——2000)”  广东美术馆

  “中国当代艺术巡回展”杜伊斯堡   德国(2002-2004)

  罗马当代艺术博物馆 意大利  路德维希当代艺术博物馆

  匈牙利   布达佩斯    彼得哥熙市政厅画廊   波兰   

  马略卡群岛La Llonja  西班牙  

  “一半现代中国当代艺术展” 现代画廊 新加坡

  “建筑实验人,伦理,空间” 文化实验室   天津

  2001  “各自表达”  艺术加油站   北京

  “火红,红火中国当代艺术特展”   红门画廊   北京

  “十字路口” 成都现代艺术馆  四川

  2000  “后物质:当代中国艺术家解读日常生活展”  北京

  “中国当代艺术文献馆”  福冈美术馆   日本

  1999  “中国性格思想食品” 爱恩霍温   荷兰

  跨世纪彩虹——艳俗艺术  天津

  “九九开启通道东宇美术馆首届收藏展”  沈阳

  “酚苯乙烯”  塑料艺术展   北京

  “当代中国艺术展”   苏黎士  瑞士

  1998  “两性平台”  泰达艺术博物馆  天津

  1996  “艳妆生活专题展”   北京

  “现实:今天明天中国当代艺术展”  北京

  1986  “华东六省一市青年美术作品巡回展”

  1985  “江苏青年艺术周现代艺术展”   江苏美术馆   南京

  Hu Xiangdong

  In 1961, born in Jiangsu

  In 1988, graduated from the Oil Painting Major of Fine Arts Department of Nanjing Art College

  Currently live and work in Beijing as a professional painter

  Solo exhibition

  2007 “Membrane” Garden Gallery, Seoul, South Korea

  2006 “Membrane” Gallery Beijing Space 798 Art District Beijing

  Group exhibitions

  2019 Nord Art  Karlsruhe Art District Germany

  2018 Art Shanxi “Diversity。 Symbiosis” Contemporary Art Exhibition Shanxi

  “In Search of the Supernatural” Contemporary Art Exhibition Mountains and Seas Art Museum Beijing

  2017 “The Third Aesthetics” Laotesichen Art Gallery Opening Exhibition 798 Art District Beijing

  2016 All Rivers Run into Sea, A Cliff Rises A Thousand Feet Sheer, Songzhuang East District Art Center, Beijing

  Songzhuang Falls in Nanjing Baijiahu Art Museum Nanjing

  “Living and Dying in Pain: It Doesn’t Have to Happen” Ullens Center for Contemporary Art 798 Art District Beijing

  2015 Model China - the First Master and Famous Artist Invitation Exhibition Songzhuang Contemporary Art Literature Museum Beijing

  The 9th Songzhuang Art Festival Theme Exhibition “Pantheon - From Yuanmingyuan to Songzhuang”

  Songzhuang Contemporary Art Literature Museum Beijing

  2014 “Solution” Contemporary Art Group Exhibition Doujia Art Museum Beijing

  2013 “Membrane and Blue Liquid” Wangye Museum Shenzhen

  “Soviet Area” Experience - Jiangsu Contemporary Artists Exhibition in Beijing

  2012 Hongyueshenmei Nanjing Art Institute Centennial Celebration Exhibition China National Art Museum

  Difficulties and Extensions - Starting from Nanjing Sanchuan Contemporary Art Museum Nanjing

  Nanjing Contemporary Art Annual Exhibition “Art Traitor” Art Exhibition Nanjing Shangdong Art Center

  2011 “I Believe—Chinese Contemporary Art in Songzhuang” Songzhuang Art Gallery, Beijing

  2010 Nanjing Contemporary Art Exhibition Nanjing Shangdong Contemporary Art Center Nanjing

  2008 “Northward” 798 Art District Beijing

  2007 First Today Document Exhibition Today Art Museum Beijing

  “Dream of a Decade” Contemporary Art Exhibition and Jingyuan Art Museum Beijing

  “Joint Vibration” Movement Sight Art Exhibition Shanghai Contemporary Art Gallery

  “Golden Avenue” Contemporary Art Exhibition Xiansheng Gallery 798 Art District Beijing

  “Fearless Contemporary” Art Exhibition, St。 Oriental Gallery, Shanghai

  2006 “Rotating Summer” Schocni Gallery, Hong Kong

  “Mixed State Contemporary Art Exhibition” 798 Art District Beijing

  2005 “Critical 0 Factory Art Exhibition” 798 Art District Beijing

  “International 100 Artists Invitational Exhibition” Napoli, Italy

  2004 “City and Body Contemporary Art Exhibition” Zhengduimian Gallery Beijing

  “Chinese Gallery Promotion& International Gallery Invitational Exhibition”, Beijing

  2003  “Walking Forward” Chinese Contemporary Art Exhibition” NUS Museum, Singapore

  “Ninety-nine Small Painting Exhibitions” Tokyo Gallery Beijing 798 Art District

  “China Today Art Exhibition” The China Millennium Monument Art Museum Beijing

  2002 “Guangzhou Triennial Reinterpretation: A Decade of Experimental Chinese Art (1990-2000)” Guangdong Art Museum, Guangzhou

  “China Contemporary Art Tour Exhibition” Duisburg Germany (2002-2004)

  Rome Museum of Contemporary Art, Italy Ludwig Museum of Contemporary Art

  Hungary Budapest Bydgoszcz City Hall Gallery Poland

  Mallorca, La Llonja, Spain

  “Half Modern Chinese Contemporary Art Exhibition” Modern Gallery Singapore

  “Building Experimenter, Ethics, Space” Cultural Laboratory Tianjin

  2001 “Respective Expressions” Art Gas Station Beijing

  “Fire Red, Red Fire Chinese Contemporary Art Exhibition” Red Gate Gallery Beijing

  “Crossroads” Chengdu Modern Art Museum Sichuan

  2000 “Post Substance: Daily Life Interpretation Exhibition of Contemporary Chinese Artists” Beijing

  “Documentary Exhibition of Contemporary Art” Fukuka Art Museum, Japan

  1999 “Chinese Characters: Food for Thought” De Wette Dame, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

  Cross-century Rainbow - Kitsch Art Tianjin

  “99 Open Channel Dongyu Art Museum‘s First Collection Exhibition” Shenyang

  “Phenol Styrene” Plastic Art Exhibition Beijing

  “Contemporary Chinese Art Exhibition” Zurich Switzerland

  1998 “Bisexual Platform” Art Exhibition, Taida Art Museum, Tianjin

  1996“Gaudy Life” Exhibition Beijing

  “Reality: Today and Tomorrow China Contemporary Art Exhibition” Beijing

  1986 “Exhibition Tour of Youth Art Works in Six Provinces and One City in East China”

  1985 “Jiangsu Youth Art Week Modern Art Exhibition” Jiangsu Art Museum Nanjing    




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