Guo Fengyi

Guo Fengyi: LANDSCAPEPORTRAIT

2014.7.24 – 8.24
Long March Space, Beijing

 

Guo Fengyi: LANDSCAPEPORTRAIT

Guo Fengyi: Guo Fengyi

2013.7.14 – 8.25
Long March Space, Beijing

 

Guo Fengyi: Guo Fengyi

Guo Fengyi: I am Guo Fengyi

2009.7.22 – 10.10

Long March Space, Beijing

 

Guo Fengyi: I am Guo Fengyi

Long March Capital III: Visual Economy

Chen Jie, Chen Qiulin, Guo Fengyi, Hong Hao, Jiang Jie, Lin Tianmiao, Liu Wei, Ma Han, Mu Chen and Shao Yinong, Qin Ga, Qiu Zhijie, Shi Qing, Wang Gongxin, Xiao Lu, Xiao Xiong, Xu Zhen, Yu Hong, Yang Shaobin, Yang Zhenzhong, Zhu Yu, Zhan Wang, Zhang Hui, Zhou Xiaohu
2008.5.17 – 8.25
Long March Space, Beijing

 

Long March Capital III: Visual Economy

Long March Project: Yan’an

Cai Guo-Qiang, Chen Shaofeng, Dong Jun and group, Guo Fengyi, He Jinwei, Hong Hao, Jiang Jie, Li Fang, Li Yang, Liang Yue, Liu Dahong, Jennifer Wen Ma, Miao Xiaochun, Qiu Zhijie, Shen Xiaomin, Shu Yong, Sui Jianguo, Wang Shugang, Wang Wei, Song Dong, Xiao Lu, Xiao Xiong, Yan Lei, Yu Hong, Yue Luping, Zhu Fadong, Dan Mills, Dmitry Gutov, Luchezar Bodeyvich, Trinh T. Minh-ha, Ulrike Ottinger

2007.2.3 – 3.25

Long March Space, Beijing

 

Long March Project: Yan’an

Long March Project: Building Code Violations

Anonymous Artist, Guo Fengyi, Hu Xiangcheng, Lu Jie, Qiu Zhijie, Wang Gongxin, Xu Zhen, Yang Shaobin, Zhao Gang, Zheng Guogu, Zhou Xiaohu

2006.4.8 – 5.16

Long March Space, Beijing

 

Long March Project: Building Code Violations

Long March Capital

Chen Qiulin, Chen Xiaoyun, Deng Dafei, Guo Fengyi, He Jinwei, Hong Hao, Jiang Jie, Jin Zhilin, Li Qiang, Li Tianbing, Li Shurui, Li Zhenhua, Lin Tianmiao, Liu Ding, Liu Liping, Ma Liuming, Liu Wei, Song Yonghong, Qin Ga, Qiu Zhijie, Shao Yinong+Mu Chen, Wang Jingsong, Wang Mai, Xiao Xiong, Yu Hong, Zhan Wang, Zhuang Hui

2006.2.11 – 7.2

Long March Space, Beijing

 

Long March Capital

Guo Fengyi: Who is Guo Fengyi?

2005.9.17 – 11.20

Long March Space, Beijing

 

Guo Fengyi: Who is Guo Fengyi?

The New Long March Space Inaugural Exhibition

Guo Fengyi, Hong Hao, Li Tianbing, Liang Suo, Liu Chengying, Liu Wei, Qin Ga, Shi Qing, Sui Jianguo, Wang Mai, Wang Jinsong, Wang Wei, Wang Wenhai, Xiao Xiong, Yu CongRong+MaLimei, Zhan Wang, Zhou Xiaohu

2005.1.30 – 3.20

Long March Space, Beijing

 

The New Long March Space Inaugural Exhibition

Unknown and Anonymous

Li Tianbing, Jiang Jiwei, Guo Fengyi, Wang Wenhai, Wang Jinsong

2004.1.1 – 2.10

Long March Space, Beijing

 

Unknown and Anonymous

The Power of the Public Realm, Phase I

Guo Fengyi, Jiang Jiwei, Li Tianbing, Wang Wenhai

2003.9.18 – 12.20

Long March Space, Beijing

 

The Power of the Public Realm, Phase I
 

Guo Fengyi: To See from a Distance

The Drawing Center, New York

2020.2.20–2020.5.10

Guo Fengyi: To See from a Distance

2019 Asian Art Biennial: The Strangers from beyond the Mountain and the Sea

Guo Fengyi, Wang Sishun

National Taiwan Museum of Fine, Taichung

2019.10.5–2020.2.9

2019 Asian Art Biennial: The Strangers from beyond the Mountain and the Sea

An Opera for Animals

Guo Fengyi

Rockbund Art Museum, Shanghai, China

2019.6.22–2019.8.25

An Opera for Animals

Mapping the City: A Vision of History and Painting

Guo Fengyi
OCAT Anren Exhibition Site, Chengdu, China
2018.12.16−2019.3.5

Mapping the City: A Vision of History and Painting

Mapping the City: A Vision of History and Xi’an

Guo Fengyi

OCAT Xi'an, Xi'an, China

2018.6.9 – 8.26

Mapping the City: A Vision of History and Xi'an

The Museum of Everything

Guo Fengyi

Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart, Australia

2017.6.10-2018.4.2

The Museum of Everything

The Museum of Everything

Guo Fengyi
2016.3.5 – 5.22
Kunsthal Rotterdam, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

The Museum of Everything

Carnegie International

Guo Fengyi

2013.10.5 – 2014.3.16

Carnegie Museum of Art, Pennsylvania, USA

Carnegie International

An Alternative Guide to the Universe

Guo Fengyi
2013.6.11 – 8.26
Hayward Gallery, London, UK

An Alternative Guide to the Universe

Venice Biennale: The Encyclopedic Palace

Guo Fengyi

2013.6.1 – 11.24

Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy

Venice Biennale: The Encyclopedic Palace

Phantoms of Asia: Contemporary Awakens the Past

Guo Fengyi
2012.5.18 – 9.2
Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, State of California, USA

Phantoms of Asia: Contemporary Awakens the Past

Guo Fengyi: Guo Fengyi

Guo Fengyi
2012.2.3 – 4.15
Contemporary Art Gallery, Vancouver, Canada

Guo Fengyi: Guo Fengyi
 

Guo Fengyi

2016.03_Art in America_by Eric Sutphin

Guo Fengyi

20160116_The New Yorker_Guo Fengyi

The Art of Guo Fengyi

2016.01.11_Time Out New York_by ANNE DORAN

Guo Fengyi

2016.01_artforum_Johanna Fateman

原生艺术之相(郭凤怡)

201409_艺术客_by 李逦

 

Guo Fengyi: Who Is Guo Fengyi?

Ed. Lu Jie, Guo Fengyi: Who Is Guo Fengyi?, exh. cat. (Beijing: Long March Space, 2005)
Chinese and English language with texts by Chang Tsong-Zung, Gao Shiming, Lu Jie

Guo Fengyi: Who Is Guo Fengyi?
 

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Guo Fengyi (1942–2010, Xi’an, China) is a self-trained female artist whose artistic practice articulates a particular journey of spiritual and metaphysical significance, belonging to an older generation whose embrace of Chinese folk culture imparts a unique knowledge of history, myth and mystery. Her works on paper are composed of finely controlled brushwork that blend and weave into a composition of lustrous images; suggestions of both human figure and otherworldly beings.

 

Guo Fengyi began practicing Qigong (a traditional Chinese health maintenance practice that cultivates the qi energy within the body) as a way to alleviate illness. Accompanying her ever-deepening study into the philosophies of mysticism, she began having powerful visions that she felt compelled to give form to through drawing, as a way to adjust the balance between her body and her spiritual world. The subject matter of her works, as well as the concepts and physical structures she uses, comes from traditional Chinese systems of thought; cosmology, acupuncture energy maps, divination, sage kings, geomancy and dynastic grave sites—all of which have become dispensable in a modernizing China. Through her works, Guo Fengyi acts as a convergence point of traditional and contemporary thought, preserving cultural memories hidden deep within Chinese society. Through the physical act of drawing, Guo Fengyi charges the events of today’s world with a profound significance, both as an act of creativity as well as an act of everyday life.

 

Guo Fengyi’s first foray into the contemporary art world was her participation in the 2002 Long March Project—A Walking Visual Display, in which she produced site specific works at Lugu Lake, Yunnan Province, China, and collaborated with American artist Judy Chicago.

 

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