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									WEI DONG




BORN

1968   Born in Chifeng, Inner Mongolia.
       Lives and works in New Jersey.


EDUCATION

1991   BA in Fine Arts, Department of Fine Arts, Capital Normal University, China


EXHIBITIONS

Solo Exhibitions

2009   Game with a Fish, Nicholas Robinson Gallery, New York
2008   Perfumed Paradise, Pao Galleries, Hong Kong Arts Centre, Hong Kong
2007   New Paintings, Stux Gallery, New York
2006   I Wanna Fly II, Chinese Contemporary Art Gallery, London, UK
2005   I Wanna Fly I, Chinese Contempoary Art Gallery, Beijing, China
2004   Wei Dong, Tokyo Gallery, Tokyo, Japan
2003   Wei Dong, Chinese Contemporary Art Gallery, London, UK
2002   Déjà vu, Plum Blossoms Galler, HK & Singapore
2000   Paintings by Wei Dong, Oriental Foundation, Macao, China
1999   River of Time, Jack Tilton Gallery, New York
1998   Wei Dong—The Age of Innocence, Plum Blossoms Gallery, HK & Singapore
1995   Wei Dong—Ancient Stage, Modern Players, Plum Blossoms Gallery, HK & Singapore


Selected Group Exhibitions

2008   Facing China, Works of Art from The Fu Ruide Colletion, Akureyri Art Museum, Akureyri,
       Iceland
       The Diane and Sandy Besser Collection, Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco – de young,
       San Francisco
2007   Made in China, The Louisiana Museum of Modern Art, Hulebaek, Denmark
2006   Chinese Relativity, Stux Gallery, New York
       Six Degrees of Separation, Stux Gallery, New York
       Group Show of Jersey Artists, New Jersey State Museum, New Jersey
2005   Gallery Artists Group Show, Jack Tilton Gallery, New York
2004   The 13th Seoul Biennale: Young Artists from Korea, China and Japan, National Museum of
       Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea
       Jersey New, Jersey City Museum, New Jersey
       Democracy Forever, Plum Blossoms Gallery, New York
       Coporate Corpororeality, Plum Blossoms Gallery, New York
2003   Re-presenting Representation, Arnot Art Museum, Rockwell Museum of Western Art, New York
2002   Paris-Peking—Contemporary Chinese Art, Paris, France
2000   The Art of The Twentieth Century, The Seventh Regiment Armory, New York
1999   Innovation from China, Caermerklooster, Gent, Belgium
       La Biennale de Issy, France
1998   Contemporary Art from China, Lehmann Maupin Gallery, New York
       Three Weary Travel Loafers, Phillips Exeter Academy, New Hampshire
       Reckoning with the Past: Contemporary Chinese Painting, Otaga Museum, Southland Museum and
       Art Gallery, New Zealand
1997   Chinese Art of the 1990’s: Faces and Bodies of the Middle Kingdom, Vydala Galerie Rudolfinum,
       Prague, Czech Republic
       Reckoning with the Past: Contemporary Chinese Painting, Corner House, Kirkcaldy Museum and Art
       Gallery, MacLaurin Art Gallery, UK
       The Three Weary Travel Loafers, sponsored by Asia Art Coordinating Council, Arvada Art Center,
       Denver
       Reckoning with the Past: Contemporary Chinese Painting, Fundacao Oriente, Portugal
1996   Reckoning with the Past: Contemporary Chinese Painting, The Fruitmarket Gallery, Aberdeen Art
       Gallery, UK
1995   Contemporary Art from Beijing and Shanghai, Goteborg Art Museum, Goteborg, Sweden
       Chinese Avant-Guard Art, Center d’ Art Santa Monica, Barcelona, Spain
1994   The Three Weary Travel Loafers, National Contemporary Art Gallery, Beijing, China


SELECTED PUBLIC COLLECTIONS

The Olenska Foundation, Geneva, Switzerland
Dr. Uli Sigg Collection, Switzerland
The Estella Collection, New York, USA
The Trammell Crow Museum, USA
The Denver Art Museum, Colorado, USA
Queensland Art Gallery, Australia
Carmen Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum, Spain
Fukuoka Art Museum, Japan
Okinawa Prefectural Museum, Japan
Oriental Foundation, Portugal
Modern Chinese Art Foundation, Belgium
Canvas Foundation, Holland
Miniature Museum of Contemporary Art, Holland
AWARDS AND GRANTS

2005   Joan Mitchell Foundation Painting Grant, NY
2004   Artist in Residence, Art Omi International Arts Center, NY
2004   Artist in Residence, Headlands Center of Art, CA
2004   New Jersey Art Council Art Grant, NJ
2003   Artist in Residence, Vermont Studio Center, VT


SELECTED REVIEWS

Images From The Other New Jersey, The New York Times ,October 17, 2004.
Jersey New, Featured Review, Star Ledger, September, 2004.
Fusing the Many Asias Into a Diverse Harmony, by Holland Cotter, The New York Times March 26, 2004.
Wei Dong, Review by Holland Cotter, The New York Times, Nov 29, 2002.
Wei Dong, Review by Ken Johnson, The New York Times, Sept. 24, 1999.
4696/1998, Contemporary Art from China, Review by Holland Cotter, The New York Times April 3, 1998.
Wei Dong, Review, The New York Art World December 2002.
Wei Dong, Review, ARTnews, January 2000.
Report from Singapore—Wei Dong’s Works, Plate, Art in America, December 1997.
Art Show, Art Club, CNN, October 1999.
Players in the Landscape, Asian Art News, March/April, 1998.
Wei Dong, Featured Review, Asian Art News, July/August, 1998.
Wei Dong, Review, Monthly Art Magazine Japan January 2003.
Wei Dong, Review, GEIJUSU SHINCHO JAPAN, November 2002.
Painted Ladies, Profile—Wei Dong, China, Far Eastern Economic Review, Jan 25 1996.
The Contemporary Revolution, Asian Business February 1999.
Chinese Food for Thought, Denver Westword March 27, 1997.
Fresh Perspectives from China, Rocky Mountain News January 31, 1997.
Defying Tradition—Chinese Artists Show Imaginative Flair, The Denver Post March 27, 1997.
Views from the East—China/Divergent Styles Produce Powerful Works, Colorado Springs Gazette, Nov. 28,
1997.
New Art in China, Orientations October 1996.
Shades of Red, Financial Times, 1996.
Wei Takes Road to Art, HONGKONG Standard, Nov. 9, 1995.


SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

Wei Dong, by Tokyo Gallery, Japan, 2004
Wei Dong, by Chinese Contemporary Gallery, London, 2003
Paintings by Wei Dong, by Orient Foundation, Macao, 2000
Line Drawings by Wei Dong, by Orient Foundation, Macao, 2000
Wei Dong—The Age of Innocence, by Plum Blossoms, HK & Singapore, 1998
Wei Dong—Courtyard, by Asia Art Coordinating Council, Denver, USA, 1997
Wei Dong—Ancient Stage, Modern Players, by Plum Blossoms LTD, HK & Singapore, 1995

								
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