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Qin Feng
欲望风景系列 020 (Desire Scenery Series 020), 2014

Ink Tea and Coffee on Ceramic Paper
190 x 85cm


CSS 158 - HV End of oct 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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  • +Artist Bio

    Qin Feng is an iconic modernist ink painter whose work transcends generations to bind Chinese traditions of ink painting and Western Abstract art. Grounded in traditional Chinese brushwork, his expressive compositions serve as bold and dramatic meditations on time and motion. Born in 1961 in Xinjiang, China, Qin graduated from Shangdong Art Institute in China and has won several art awards from the City of Berlin and the Vermont Art Center. He has exhibited in major galleries and museums like the Goedhuis Contemporary, New York, The Beijing Museum of Contemporary Art, China, and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. 
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  • +Exhibitions

    ArtStage, Singapore 
    ODE TO ART, Singapore

    Goedhuis Contemporary Art Museum, London 
    Ethan Cohen Art Gallery New York
    Crow Collection of Asian Art Museum, Dallas

    Raab Gallery, Berlin 
    The Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum, Miami
    Shang-Shang International Art Museum, Beijing

    Ethan Cohen Fine Arts, New York
    The Opposite House, Beijing

    Pace Prints Gallery, New York
    Shang Shang International Art Museum, Beijing

    Asia Center, Harvard University
    Beijing Museum of Contemporary Art, China
    Goedhuis Contemporary, New York and London 

    Raab Gallery, Berlin 
    Ethan Cohen Fine Arts, New York
    Art Beatus Gallery, Hong Kong
    798 Gallery, New York

    Goedhuis Contemporary, New York and London 
    Modern Art Museum, Beijing, China 
    Townhouse Gallery, Cairo, Egypt 

    Toll Collect, Berlin, Germany
    Ethan Cohen Fine Arts, New York

    Raab Gallery, Berlin, Germany
    Art Beatus Gallery, Hong Kong
    HaiShangShan International Art Center, Shanghai, China

    Ethan Cohen Fine Arts, New York

    HaiShangShan International Art Center, Shanghai, China
    Tao Water Gallery, Cape Cod, Massachusetts

    MacDowell Colony, New Hampshire, U.S
    Revolving Museum, Boston, Massachusetts
    Asian Cultural Center, New York, 
    Federal Foreign Office, Berlin, Germany

    Tremont Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, U.S.

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