Wang Xin Every Artist Should Have A Solo Show

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Wang Xin

Every Artist Should Have A Solo Show

De sarthe Beijing

Wang Xin

Every Artist Should Have A Solo Show

De sarthe Beijing

Every Artist Should Have A Solo Show Every Artist Should Have A Solo Show is a solo exhibition by artist Wang Xin. It seems an unusual title an artist can always use a solo show. However it is not surprising that Wang Xin, who claims herself to be a serious artworld player as well as a serious art-world observer would come out with such a title. All of her work in this show can be grouped into her “Rose-Color” series, which are all about the art world and art system. Galleries, artists, art agents, artworks and so on have become her subject in her “Rose-Color” series’ of artworks. This short exhibition introduction you are reading now probably as well. Who do you think it is written by? Curator? Gallery? Or the artist? For the exhibition, Wang Xin is creating several new “Rose-Color” installation artworks including: Aura Restoration 1.0 etc. along with recent “Rose-Color” artworks including: We Create Future Artist Here, Let’s Play in the Name of Art etc. Why “Rose-Color”? According to Wang Xin: The Art World is Sexy. Anyway, in short, every artist should have a solo show. Indeed. And here it is!


Let’s Play In The Name Of Art 2013 Interactive installation Dimensions variable

We Create Future Artists Here 2015 Multi-media installation 450 x 210 x 210 cm

No Exhibition Review, Not A Good Show 2016 Multi-media installation Dimensions variable

Artist Rehearsal 2016 Interactive installation & Performance Dimensions variable

Aura Restoration 1.0 2016 Multi-media installation 254 x 174 x 77 cm

How Much For This Beautiful Digital Drawing? 2016 Multi-media installation Dimensions variable



Born in Yichang, Hubei, China


Currently lives and works in Shanghai

Art That Heels -2013 ELLE 25th Anniversary Special Project, V Art Center, Shanghai, China The Sun, V Art Center, Shanghai, China SIMP Project 1.0, Tianhong Mei Heyuan Arts Center, Hangzhou, China


Graduated from School of the Art Institute of Chicago

The Garden of Forking Paths – Exploring Independent Animation, OCAT (OCT Contemporary Art Terminal), Shanghai, China


Graduated from China Academy of Art

Machine Vision, V Art Center, Shanghai, China 2012


Shengzhen Independent Animation Biennale, OCT Creative Park Area, Shenzhen, China Go Back to Future, Vanguard Gallery, Shanghai, China


Every Artist Should Have A Solo Show, de Sarthe Beijing, Beijing, China


8 HZ Hypnosis Lab, MoCA Pavilion, Shanghai, China


The Gallery, C-Space, Beijing, China

End to End, New Media Art Show, Harvestworks Digital Media Arts Center, New York, USA


Let’s Play in the Name of Art, Antenna Space, Shanghai, China

N Minutes Video Art Festival: Urban Skin, Shanghai, China




MusraraMix Festival, Jerusalem, Isreal

Beyond the Body - Contemporary Image Art Exhibition, MoCA Shanghai, Shanghai, China


Gallery Selection, de Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong, China

Get It Louder, Sanlitun SOHO, Beijing & 800 Show Creative Industry Park, Shanghai, China


Now You See: New Chinese Video Art from the Collection of Dr. Michael I. Jacobs, WhiteBox, New York, USA

Reflection of Minds - MoCA Shanghai Envisage III, Shanghai, China Use the Hand do the Job, Shift Space, Shanghai, China

Chinese Visual Festival, Anatomy Theater & Museum, King’s College, London, UK

More Than Nothing - Wang Xin & Liang Yue New Media Exhibition, Epson Imaging Gallery, Shanghai, China

Rediscovery - Animamix Biennale 2013 - 2014, Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai, China A New Museum’s Coming!, V Art Center, Shanghai, China


Itchy – Young Artists Group Exhibition, BizArt Art Center, Shanghai, China


Undefined Error, Yuanfen New Media Art Space, Beijing, China Comedia, ifa gallery, Shanghai, China Spade, T. Space, Beijing, China


Walk or Fly, Vanguard Gallery, Shanghai, China Student Exhibition of New Media, China Academy of Art, Hangzhou, China 2007 Pierre Huber Creation Prize Nominees Exhibition, BizArt Art Center, Shanghai, China What is the Time?, Greek Art Center, Shanghai, China Art Warming, Shanghai Duolun MoMA Museum of Modern Art, Shanghai, China


It's All Right, Contemporary Art Exhibition, Hu Qing Yu Tang Museum of Traditional Chinese Medicine, Hangzhou, China


Award of Excellence of 2007 Pierre Huber Creation Prize


8 Openspace Bae A.I.R. (Artist-in-residence) program, Busan, South Korea


Imago Kinetics Lab, JNBY Art Center, Hangzhou, China

Published on the occasion of de Sarthe Gallery exhibition:

Wang Xin

Every Artist Should Have A Solo Show March 19 - May 29, 2016

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