Mao Xuhui  (Chinese, 1956) 

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Mao Xuhui, Untitled

 

Mao Xuhui
Untitled
2007

ArtChina Gallery
  
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Mao Xuhui, 有白山羊的大桉树 (The big eucalypt with white goat)

 

Mao Xuhui
有白山羊的大桉树 (The big eucalypt with white goat), 1987
oil on canvas

 

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Mao Xuhui, Brown scissor

 

Mao Xuhui
Brown scissor, 2006
oil on canvas

 

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Mao Xuhui, 玉林雪山

 

Mao Xuhui
玉林雪山, 1980
oil on board

 

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1956   Born in Chongqing, Sichuan, China
1982   Graduated from the Yunnan Art Academy, Yunnan, China
1984   Stared working at the Kunming Film Production Company, in charge of painting promotional posters
1993   Became a professional artist
1996 - 1999   Taught at the Oil Painting Studio of the Yunnan Art Academy
2001   Teaching in the art department at Yunnan University
2001   Current Member of Yunnan Oil Painting Association
2001   Vice-president of Yunnan Oil Painting Society
2008   ROAD Mao Xuhui's Drawing Course 1973-2007, Red Bridge Gallery, Shanghai (solo)
2007   Mao Xuhui:30 Years An Artist, Hong Kong Arts Centre, Hong Kong (solo)
2007   In 10 one 'feels' 1997-2007 parallel exhibitions
2007   New Interface 3¡ª¡ªSearching the Futute, Back to the Gui Mountain, Soobin Art Gallery, Singapore
2006   Create History: Chinese Contemporary Art form the 80s of the 20th Century, OCT Contemporary Art Terminal, Shenzhen
2006   Academic State: Chinese Contemporary Artists Invitational Exhibition, Nanjing Museum, Nanjing
2005   2005 'Air of Destiny', Shenzhen Art Museum, Shenzhen, China
2005   Contrasts and Contradictions, Contrasts Gallery, Shanghai, China
2005   In Honor of 85, Shanghai Liu Haisu Art Museum, Shanghai, China
2005   Scissors--Mao Xuhui, Nordica Gallery, Kunming, China (solo)
2004   Mao Xuhui: Scissors, Hanart TZ Gallery, Hong Kong (solo)
2004   Awakening: La France Mandarine—The French Influence on Chinese Art, Shanghai Urban Planning Center, National Art Museum of China
2004   Yunnan Contemporary Art Exhibition, Museum of California State University, California, USA.
2003   From China with Art, Galeri Nasional Indonesia, Jakarta,Indonesia
2003   Embracing The New Century--The Third Chinese Oil Painting Exhibition, National Art Museum of China, Beijing, China
2003   Guiyang Biennial of Oil Painting, Guiyang, China
2002   Guangzhou Triennial, Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou, China
2002   China--Korea Contemporary Painting Exhibition, Seoul Arts Center, Seoul, Korea
2001   Dream 2001 Chinese Contemporary Art Exhibition, The Red Mansion Ltd, London, England
2001   Made by China, Galerie Enrico Navarra, Paris, France
2000   Tale of Two Cities-Asian Contemporary Art Exhibition, London, UK
1999   1999 Chinese Art Exhibition, LIMN Gallery, San Francisco, USA
1999   Scissors, Mao Xuhui”, Hanart TZ Gallery, Hong Kong (solo)
1998   Inside Out: New Chinese Art, Asia Society and P.S. 1 Contemporary Art Center, New York; Museum of Modern Art and Asia Art Museum of San Francisco, San Francisco, USA and Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey, Mexico
1998   China's New Art Exhibition at the Observation de Montreal, Artist-Run Exhibition Center Montreal, Canada
1998   The First Collection Exhibition of Upriver Gallery, Chengdu, China
1997   Quotation Marks: Exhibition of Contemporary Chinese Painting, Singapore Art Museum, Singapore
1997   Red and Grey, Eight Avant-Garde Chinese Artists, Soobin Art Gallery and Tresors International Fine Art Fair For Asia, Singapore
1997   Dream of the Red Earth, Mao Xuhui, Soobin Art Gallery, Singapore (solo)
1996   Shared Dreams, Jamaica Center, New York, USA
1993   China's New Art, Post-1989, Hong Kong Arts Center, Hong Kong
1993   Mao Goes Pop, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, Australia