b. 1955, China

Gu Wenda Related Press

MoCA Shanghai announces 'Shanshui Within' featuring 16 contemporary Chinese artists Related Press MoCA Shanghai announces 'Shanshui Within' featuring 16 contemporary Chinese artists 25 August 2016, CAFA Art Info

On September 3, 2016, sixteen contemporary Chinese artists will display several of their works at MoCA Shanghai as part of the museum’s new exhibition, Shanshui Within. The works will provide viewers with the artists’ unique interpretations of traditional Chinese culture and how it evolved as a result of the rapid development of...

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Asia in the spotlight: The Prudential Eye Awards 2016 Related Press Asia in the spotlight: The Prudential Eye Awards 2016 21 January 2016, Art Radar Journal

The Prudential Eye Awards 2016 was held at the Sands Theatre at Marina Bay Sands in Singapore on 19 January 2016. Featuring 15 shortlisted artists, 39 works and an eminent panel of Judges, the event celebrates Asia’s most exciting up-and-coming talent. The awards ceremony was officiated by Grace Fu, Minister for Culture, Community and Youth...

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Local talents showcase their works at Singapore Art Week Related Press Local talents showcase their works at Singapore Art Week 19 January 2016, The Straits Times

Home-grown artists are having a strong showing at this year's Singapore Art Week, with museum shows, solo exhibitions and an increased presence at two art fairs opening simultaneously. At STPI in Robertson Quay, painter Jane Lee makes a significant departure from her large-scale paintings working with print and paper works and introducing...

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Human Materialist: Gu Wenda Related Press Human Materialist: Gu Wenda 11 December 2014, HG Master for Art Asia Pacific / Nov/Dec 2014

Just six minutes into our breakfast conversation mid-May in Hong Kong, Gu Wenda described himself as a “troublemaker,” who “didn’t follow school requirements—even as a teacher.” I’d expected as much from an artist who made his name outside of China beginning in the late 1980s with massive installations...

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Art Basel Hong Kong on the Verge (Part 2) Related Press Art Basel Hong Kong on the Verge (Part 2) 21 May 2014, Hyperallergic

HONG KONG — On the first day of Art Basel Hong Kong 2014, Pearl Lam Galleries (Hong Kong, Shanghai, Singapore) reported strong sales of new LED works in Chinese by the artist Jenny Holzer in the rang

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