Zhao Gang

Chinese Eastern Railway: Zhao Gang

2020.10.24–12.13

Long March Space, Beijing

 

Chinese Eastern Railway: Zhao Gang

Zhao Gang: Acquiring Identity

2018.5.16 – 7.10
Long March Space/Timezone 8 Restaurant & Bar, Beijing, China

Zhao Gang: Acquiring Identity

Marching in Circles

Asian Dope Boys, Closing Ceremony, COME INSIDE (Mak Ying Tung & Wong Ka Ying), Gao Ludi, John Gerrard, Liu Wei, Maria Taniguchi, Matt Hope, Mountain River Jump! (Huang Shan & Huang He), Yu Honglei, Zhang Xinjun, Zhao Gang
2017.3.4 – 5.7
Long March Space, Beijing

 

 

Marching in Circles
 

AND NOW: The Second Decade of Judith Neilson’s White Rabbit Collection

2020.3.11–2020.8.2

The White Rabbit Gallery, Sydney, Australia

AND NOW: The Second Decade of Judith Neilson’s White Rabbit Collection

Zhao Gang: History Painting

Zhao Gang

Pérez Art Museum Miami, Miami, USA

2019.5.24−2020.1.5

Zhao Gang: History Painting

Turning Point – 40 Years of Chinese Contemporary Art

Liu Wei, Wu Shanzhuan, Xu Zhen®, Yu Hong, Zhan Wang, Zhao Gang

Long Museum West Bund, Shanghai, China

2018.6.6 – 10.7

Turning Point - 40 Years of Chinese Contemporary Art

Art and China after 1989: Theater of the World

Chen Chieh-jen, Liu Wei, Lu Jie(Long March Project),  Wang Jianwei, Wu Shanzhuan, Xu Zhen, Xu Zhen produced by MadeIn Company, Yu Hong, Zhan Wang, Zhao Gang

Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York, USA

2017.10.6 – 2018.1.7

Art and China after 1989: Theater of the World
 

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Zhao Gang (b. 1961, Beijing) currently lives and works in New York and Beijing. He made his artistic debut as a member of the Stars Group, one of the first avant-garde artist groups to open the era of contemporary art in China, when he was just 18 years old. Shortly thereafter he pursued formal art education in Europe and then New York, studying at the State Academy of Fine Art, Maastricht, Holland; Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, USA; MFA, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, USA. Afterwards, Zhao Gang lived overseas for over two decades, developing a diverse body of work as his perspective became distinctively international. Since returning to Beijing in 2006, Zhao Gang has turned his ever-expanding focus toward the entanglement of his personal past with Chinese history and his unique position, at once a native and a newcomer, in China today.

His selected museum solo exhibitions include: The Road to Serfdom II, Museo de ArteContemporáneo, Santiago, Chile, 2016; Paramour’s Garden, Suzhou Museum, Suzhou, China, 2015; The Road to Serfdom, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, China, 2015; Sick Man: Zhao Gang, Today Art Museum, Beijing, China, 2011. His selected group exhibitions include: The Door, P.S.1 Institute of the Arts/Blum Helman Gallery, New York, USA, 1990. He has participated in important biennial/triennial exhibitions as PERFORMA 07, the Guangzhou Triennial, and the Yokohama Triennial

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