Su Xinping

Su Xinping

Su Xinping

Su Xinping, born in Jining, Inner Mongolia in the year of 1960. He went for Army Service in the year 1977-1979.

Educations:

  • (1983) Graduated from Tianjin Institute of Fine Arts, Majoring in Painting and Printmaking Instruction.
  • (1983) Painting Department, Inner Mongolia Teachers College, Dept. of Fine Arts.
  • (1989) Graduated from the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA), Beijing, Masters Degree in Printmaking.
  • (1998) Freeman Fellowship and Residency, Vermont Studio Center, USA.
  • (1998) Workshops at Elam School of Fine Arts, Wanganui Polytechnic, Dunedin.
  • (1999) Polytechnic School of Fine Arts, School of Art Lithography.
  • (1999) Lectured at Dunedin Public Art Gallery, New Zealand.
  • (Present) Deputy Professor, Deputy Head of Printmaking, CAFA.

Solo Exhibitions:

  • (1998) Mongolia in Transition, White Lotus Gallery, Oregon, USA.
  • (1999) Untitled, Dunedin Public Art Gallery, New Zealand
  • (1999) Lithographs, Dunedin Community Art Gallery, New Zealand
  • (1999) Hope: Recent Paintings, Flanders Contemporary Art Gallery Minneapolis
  • (1999) Su Xinping Works, 3.14 Gallery, Oslo, Norway
  • (1999) Su Xinping Printing, Wallace Arts Trust, Auckland; Community Art Museum, New Zealand
  • (2000) Outer Appearance and Inner Mindscape, Soobin Art Gallery, Singapore
  • (2000) Inner Spirit, Red Gate Gallery
  • (2001) Flanders Contemporary Art Gallery.
  • (2002) Paintings by Su Xinping, Ling Nan Museum, Guangzhou
  • (2002) Su Xinping, Portland Art Gallery, Cleveland, USA.
  • (2005) Su Xinping, Red Gate Gallery
  • (2005) Su Xinping Portrait Works, National Art Museum of China.
  • (2006) Su Xinping, Singapore Tyler Print Institute.
  • (2007) Landscapes, Today Art Museum, Beijing.
  • (2008) Toasting, Xin Beijing art Gallery, Beijing.
  • (2008) Toasting, China Square Gallery, New York.
  • (2008) Toasting, Dolores De Sierra Gallery, Madrid.
  • (2008) Toasting – works by Su Xinping (2005 – 2008), He Xiangning Art Museum.
  • (2009) Toasting, Red Mansion Foundation, London.

Group Exhibitions:

  • (1999) Urban Yearnings: Portraits of Contemporary China by Liu Qinghe, Su Xinping and Zhang Yajie, Chinese Culture Center, San Francisco.
  • (1999) Inside out: New Chinese Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern Art.
  • (1999) China 1999, Limn Gallery, San Francisco.
  • (1999) Square Studio, Konrad Adenauer Foundation Center, Bonn, Germany.
  • (1999) Square Studio, Shenzhen Art museum
  • (1999) Tree of life, Qingping Gallery, Boston.
  • (2000) Inside out: New Chinese Art, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra; Hong Kong Museum.
  • (2001) China Art Now! , Singapore Art Museum
  • (2001) Clues to the Future – Red Gate Gallery’s 10th
  • (2001) 1st Chengdu Biennale, Chengdu Contemporary Art Museum.
  • (2002) Guangzhou Chinese Artists Triennial, Guangzhou Art Museum
  • (2003) New Generation and Post – Revolution, China Blue Gallery, Beijing.
  • (2003) An Opening Era – 40th Anniversary of the Founding of CAFA, CAFA.
  • (2003) Chinese Art Today, china millennium Monument Art Museum, Beijing.
  • (2003) 1st Beijing International Art Biennale, NAMOC, Beijing.
  • (2004) Cinesi – Artisti Fra tradizione e Presente, Italy.
  • (2005) 11th India International Triennial, India.
  • (2005) Wall – Chinese Contemporary Art, Beijing Millennium Art Museum.
  • (2005) UB Anderson Gallery, Albright-Knox Art Gallery, New York.
  • (2006) China Today Art Exhibition, NAMOC.
  • (2006) Red Gate Gallery 15th
  • (2008) Shanghai Biennale, Shanghai
  • (2008) Red Gate Stars, Red Gate Gallery
  • (2009) Evidence. AYE Gallery, Beijing.
  • (2009) Yi Pai – Century Thinking, Today Art Museum, Beijing
  • (2009) First Contemporary China Engraving Academic Exhibition, Today Art Museum Chengdu Biennale, Chengdu.
  • (2010) Asian Art Biennale, Bengal.
  • (2011) 20 Years – Two Generations of Artists at Red Gate, Island6 Art Center, Shanghai.
  • (2011) 20 Years – Two Generations of Artists at Red Gate, Red Gate Gallery.
  • (2012) Two Generations – 20 Years of Chinese Contemporary Art, 2012 Australian Tour: City of Sydney Chinese New Year, Manning Regional Gallery; Damien Minton Gallery; University of Newcastle Gallery; Melbourne International Fine arts (MiFA); Linton & Kay, Perth.

 

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