Growing up as a shepherd boy in XinJiang, China, Qin Feng and his family held distant images of grandeur which stemmed from relations to emperors and his father being deeply involved with the Chinese Revolution. Qin Feng’s thirst to learn and create art was rendered almost unattainable, due to a lack of resources at his disposal. The artist still remembers the feeling of possessing a tiny sum of money that could barely support his survival, let alone his education. Working from these unpleasant memories in order to prevent others from undergoing the same suffering and turmoil that he once faced, Qin Feng gives away much of his earnings to support the development of art. To the best of his capabilities, he wants to help alleviate the burden of struggling artists. Qin Feng craves innovation and revolution, believing that distinctive and refreshing styles must be encouraged and inculcated into the mantra of future artists. This desire is further strengthened by his founding of the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA), Beijing in 2007. A thriving institution of art and development, MOCA Beijing is a proud feather in the hat of the artist in his pursuit for creation and revolution.
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