Liu Wei  (Chinese, 1965) 


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Liu Wei Biography
1965   Born in Beijing
1989   Graduated from Print Making Department,Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China
  Currently Lives in Beijing, China; Professional artist
Selected Exhibitions
2007   New Interface 3 - Searching the future, Red Bridge Gallery, Shanghai, China
2006   Flowers Fall. Streams Flow - Red Bridge Gallery, Shanghai, China (solo)
2005   Land of Warmth - the opening exhibition of Red Bridge Gallery Red Bridge Gallery, Shanghai, China
2005   Works on paper,Shanghai Gallery of Art, Shanghai, China
2005   Loft Gallery, Paris, France
2005   Always to the front, China Contemporary Art, Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei National
2004   Shanghai Gallery of Art, Shanghai, China
2004   Bexond boundaries, Opening Exhibition, Shanghai Gallery of Art, Shanghai, China
2004   “Flowers” Leporello-books/ Drawings, GalerieUrsMeile, Luzern, Switherland
2002   The !st Guangzhou Triennial, Guangdong Art Museum,Guangzhou, China
2001   Towards a New Image: Twenty Years of Contemporary Chinese Painting,Touring Show in Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu, China
2001   Liu Wei and Zhao Gang 2001, Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney, Australia
2001   Loft Gallery, Paris, France
2000   Think Aloud, Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney, Australia
2000   The New Face of China Art, Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney, Australia
2000   “New Chinese Artists” Group Exhibition, Sydney, Australia
1999   “Neo-Modernism in New Millennium”, San Francisco, America
1999   Zeitwenden- The Outlook Kunstmuseum Boon, Boon, Germany
1999   China Art, Limn Gallery, New York, USA
1999   Jack Tilton Gallery, New York, USA
1998 - 1999   Inside Out: New China Art, Asia Society, P.S.1, New York, San Francisco
1998 - 1999   Museum of Modern Art; the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, USA; Museo
1998   China New Art, Lehuman Maupin Gallery, New York, USA
1998   Made in China, Nikolaus Sonne Fine Arts, Berlin, Germany
1998   China-Art, Galerie Urs Meile, Luzern, Switherland
1997   The Face and Bodies from Middle Kingdom, Prague Art Museum, Prague, Czech Republic
1997   Quotation Marks, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore
1997   Liu Wei and Ye yongqing, Gallery of the Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China
1997   8+8-1, Works Exhibition of Fifteen Chinese Contemporary Artists, Touring Show in Hong Kong, China; Chicago, USA; London, UK; Berlin, Germany
1997   Red and Grey: Eight Avant-garde Chinese Artists, Soobin Art Gallery, Singapore
1997   China New Art, Art Museum, Lisbon, Australia
1996 - 1997   China! Touring Show in Germany, Austria, Poland, Denmark
1993 - 1997   China’s New Art, Post-1989 Hong Kong Arts Centre, Hong Kong, China
1993 - 1997   Vancouver Art Gallery, Canada; Chicago Cultural Centre, USA
1993 - 1997   Marlborough Gallery, London, UK
1995   Contemporay Chinese Art Exhibition: in the Absence of Ideology, Kampnagel, Halle-K3, Hamburg, Germany
1995   Des del Pais del Centre; Avantguarde Artisiques xineses, Santa Monica Art Centre, Barcelona, Spain
1995   The 46th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
1995   “Chinese New Arts Exhibition”, Germany
1994   The 22nd International Biennale of Sao Paulo, Brazil
1994   Modern Oil Painting in China, Hong Kong, China
1993 - 1994   China Auant-garde, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, Germany
1993 - 1994   Kunsthal, Rotterdam, the Netherlands; Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, UK
1993 - 1994   Kunthallen Brandts Klaedefabrik, Odense, Denmark
1993 - 1994   Hildesheim Art Gallery, Germany
1993   Mao Goes Pop Museum of contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia
1993   The 45th International Biennale of Venice, Venice, Italy
1993   Work On Paper, Creese Gallery, Philadelphie, USA
1991   Liu Wei and Fang Lijun, Beijing, China
2007   China Art Book. Uta Grosenick / Caspar Schübbe (Ed.), 680 pages, approx. 850 images, trilingual: Engl./Ger./Chin., Dumont Buchverlag, Cologne 2007.