Ye Henggui  (Chinese, 1962) 

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Ye Henggui Biography
1962   Born in Anhui Province, China
1989   Graduated from Oil Painting Department of Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing
Selected Exhibitions
2008   Hong Kong ArtWalk, Schoeni Art Gallery, Hong Kong
2008   The 2nd Contemporary Chinese Literature Exhibition, GuoHua Art Gallery, Beijing
2008   Recurrences, Schoeni Art Gallery, Hong Kong (solo)
2007   Kang Tan Pu Rui Contemporary Art Auction Exhibition, Wall Art Gallery, Beijing
2006   Contemporary Chinese Literature Exhibition, World Art Museum, Beijing
2005   Turning Things Around Under One Hand, TSI Art Centre, Beijing
2005   Loft Contemporary Art Exhibition, SongZhuang Art Centre, Beijing
2005   Simplified Hong Kong, International Art Gallery, Hong Kong
2003   Mother and Child Safety Auction - Prevention of Poverty Foundation, Oriental Plaza, Beijing
2003   Contemporary Art Exhibition, Sharp Art Centre, Beijing
2002   Individual Idea and Direction Contemporary Art Exhibition, Guangzhou University, Guangzhou
2001   The 1st Chinese Contemporary Invitation Exhibition, Chinese Military History Museum, Beijing
2000   Central Academy of Fine Arts Graduate Student Exhibition, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing
2000   Ye Heng Gui’ Oil Paintings Exhibition, Central Academy of Fine Arts Gallery, Beijing (solo)
1998   Ye Heng Gui’ Oil Paintings Exhibition, Beijing Century Art Gallery, Beijing (solo)
1997   Art Expo, World Trade Centre, Singapore
1996   The 1st Chinese Oil Painting Academy Exhibition, National Art Museum of China, Beijing
1996   Ye Heng Gui’ Oil Paintings Exhibition, Hong Kong Art Centre, Hong Kong (solo)
1996   The 3rd Chinese Oil Painting Exhibition, National Art Museum of China, Beijing
1995   Modern Chinese Oil Painting Exhibition, Tokyo Art Museum, Tokyo
1994   The 2nd Chinese Oil Painting Exhibition, National Art Museum of China, Beijing