Chinese Contemporary Art Specialist

Fabien Fryns Fine Art
Chinese Contemporary Art Expert

Cui Xiuwen

Biography

Cui Xiuwen is a leading Contemporary Chinese artist from Harbin who makes oil paintings, video and photos such as Ladies Room and the Angel Series.

Education

1990: Graduated from Fine Arts School of Northeast Normal University in China.
1996: Went on to study at China's Central Academy of Fine Arts and received her Masters of Fine Arts.

Curriculum Vitae

1970 : Born in Haerbin
1990 : Graduated from Fine Arts Department of Northeast Normal University.
1996 : Graduated from the Oil Painting Department Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing
Selected Exhibitions
2006 : "They discovered that the Camera is better than the Paintbrush" LONGRUN ART Beijing China
2006 : "2006 IDAA International Digital Art Award" QUT ART MUSEUM. Australia
2006 : Plato and his seven spirits. OCT Contemporary art terminal. Shenzhen. China
2006 : "Cui Xiuwen," DF2 Gallery. U.S.A. Opens in L.A. (solo)
2006 : The Sixth International Photography Month in Moscow: Photo biennale 2006
2006 : The Thirteen: "Chinese Video Now" . P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, NY, USA
2006 : "Seoul Internationl Photography Fetival" Seoul, Korea
2005 : "Cui Xiuwen," Marella Gallery. Italy. Opens in Beijing (solo)
2005 : 1965-2005, collection of new media from the Center Pompidou, la Caixa forum, Barcelona
2005 : "Body Temperature." Invoking the legacy of Hans Christian Anderson through Chinese Contemporary Art.
2005 : "Cloud Rain," Beijing Art Now Gallery.
2005 : "Loft Of Language," Beijing Three Quarters Gallery.
2005 : "Vehicle & Mirror," Beijing New Art Projects.
2004 : "Untitied: Julia Loktev, Julika, Cui Xiuwen." Tate Modern, Londen, England
2004 : "Between Past and Future-New Photography and Video from China" International Center of Photography and Asia Society, New York, USA.
2004 : "Cui Xiuwen-----Kan Xuan" Video Exhibition, Museum Art Contemporary Bordeaux, France
2004 : "Out the Window-Spaces of Distraction" The Japan Foundation Forum, Organized by the Japan Foundation Asia Center
2004 : "Spellbound Aura " The New Vision of Chinese Photography, Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei, Taiwan
2004 : "China, the Body Everywhere?" Museum of Contemporary Art, Marseille, France
2004 : "The 11th Nippon International Performance Art Festival," Japan
2003 : "New Zone Chinese Art"the Zacheta National gallery, Poland
2003 : "City_Net Asia 2003" Seoul Museum, Korea.
2003 : "Alors, la China ? " Center Pompidou, Paris, France
2003 : "Prague Biennale 1" Peripherles become the center, Prague
2003 : "Guangyin"Viterbo, Italy.
2003 : "Out of the Red" Marella gallery, Milan, Italy.
2003 : "EVERYDAY---Contemporary Art From China"Japan, Korea, Thailand, Denmark
2003 : "The First Israel Internation Image Biennale" Israel.
2002 : "The First Guangzhou Triennial "Guangzhou, China.
2002 : "Sorry for the Inconvenience" Project 304, Bangkok, Thailand.
2002 : "Under_Construction" The Japan Foundation Asia Center, Tokyo, Japan.
2002 : "C"est pas du Cinema" Studio National, Paris, France.
2002 : "The 2nd Women"s Art Festival" Seoul Women"s Community Center, Korea.
2002 : "run jump crawl walk" The High Seas Art Center, Beijing, China.
2001 : "Up- Rice" Museum of Site Most. Hong Kong.
2001 : "Dialogue"Others" Bari City Museum, Italy.
2001 : "Made in China" Ethan Cohen Fine Arts. New York. USA.
2001 : "Dialogue with Dali" France Gallery, Shanghai, China.
2001 : "Cross-Pressure" The Oulu City Art Museum, The Finnish Museum of Photography, Finland
2001 : "Constructed Reality" Pao Galleries, Hong Kong Arts Center, Hong Kong.
2000 : "Post-Material" Red Gate Gallery, Beijing.
2000 : "Australia New-Media Exhibition" Australia New Media Art Department, Australia.
2000 : "About Me" New Vision Gallery, Shanghai, China.
2000 : "Today"s News" Art Commune, Hong Kong.

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