SHENG QI

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Artista cinese contemporaneo – Sheng Qi è nato nel Anhui nel 1965.

– ’99 Beijing “Beijing/Beijing”

1999

Computer Printout on Canvas

46 x 62.5 cm, 69.5 x 96 cm, 95 x 134 cm (one only)

Edition: 10

Concept 21 – ’99 Beijing “Beijing/Beijing”

1999

Computer Printout on Canvas

62.5 x 46 cm, 96 x 69.5 cm

Edition: 10

Concept 21 ’99 Beijing “Tibet/Tibet”

1999

Computer Printout on Canvas

46 x 62 cm, 70 x 96 cm, 95 x 134 cm

Memory No. 1 2000

Editions of 5

180 x 120 cm, 120 x 80 cm, 35 x 50 cm

Digestion – Skating 2001

Calligraphy and Acrylic on Canvas

80 x 60 cm

Digestion 2001

Calligraphy and Acrylic on Canvas

100 x 80 cm

Sul sito della Red Gate Gallery è possibile vedere molte altre opere di questo artista.

Profile
1965 Born in Anhui Province
1988 Graduated from the Central Academy of Art and Design, Beijing
19891992 Lived and worked in Italy
1998 Graduated with an MFA from Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design, London, U.K.
1999 Living and working as a professional artist in Beijing

Solo Exhibitions
1997 Fortune Cookies, Institute of Contemporary Art, London, U.K.
1999Are You Willing to Shake My Hand? Tokyo, Japan
Nine Pigeons + Nurse + Sheng Qi, Beijing, China
Handicapped Man, Beijing
2000 Video Installation, Melbourne Fringe Festival, Mass Gallery, Australia

Group Exhibitions
1988 Concept 21 – Taiji, The Great Wall, Beijing
1989 China Avant-Garde, National Art Gallery of China (NAGC), Beijing
1993 China Avant-Garde, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, U.K.
1998 Inside Out: New Chinese Art, P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, New York, USA
1999 Departure from China, Beijing Design Museum, Beijing
The 4th NIPAF Asian Performance Art Series & NIPAF Contemporary Art Seminar, Nagoya, Tokyo, Nagano, Japan
The 8th Mexican International Performance Exhibition, Mexico City, Mexico
2000 Post-Material, Red Gate Gallery, The Watchtower, Beijing
2001 Clues to the Future: Red Gate Gallery’s 10th Anniversary Exhibition, Red Gate Gallery, Beijing

Reviews and Publications
1999 Zhang Nianchao, China New Art, 36 – 41.
Back-Forth and Right-Left (Catalogue)
“World AIDS Day in Beijing,” Beijing Scene, December 10 -16, 12.
2000 Jones, Gary, “Giving Art the Finger: Beijing’s Avant-garde Extremists,” Sunday Morning Post (Magazine), 6 – 9. Newsweek, July- September, pp. 86- 88
The Australian Magazine, April, pp. 27 – 29

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