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Wenda Gu, Chinese artist. Achievements include featured in various art history books, international and national newspapers, publications, television and radio programs worldwide.

Background

Gu, Wenda was born in 1955 in Shanghai, China.

Education

Graduate, Shanghai School of Arts, 1976. Master of Fine Arts, China Academy Art, 1981.

Career

Professor China Academy Art, 1981—1987. Associate professor, studio art University Minnesota, 1989—1990. Guest professor Cooper Union, New York City, 1989—1990.

Panel member International Artists Residence, PS1 Museum, New York City, 1995, Student Scholarship Committee, Chicago Art Institute, 1998. Jurist Macao Arts Festival, 2003.

Achievements

  • Achievements include featured in various art history books, international and national newspapers, publications, television and radio programs worldwide.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Exhibitions include York University, 1987, China Avante Garde - No U turn, China National Art Gallery, 1989, University Art Museum, California State University, 1990, Enrico Garabaldi Arte Contemporance, Milan, 1992, Museum Modern Art, Oxford, England, 1993, 1995, Kroller Museum, 1994, Mao Goes Pop, China Post 1989, Museum Contemporary Art, Sydney, 1995, The Alternative Museum, New York City, 1995, Hong Kong Museum, 1995, 2000, First Shanghai Biennale, 1996, Row Gallery, 1996, The Mythos of Lost Dynasties, Binet Gallery, Tel-Aviv, 1996, Interpol, 1996, Second Johannesburg Biennale, 1997, University of British Columbia Gallery Vancouver, 1998, Tacoma Art Museum, Washington, 1998, Museum Contemporary Art, Mexico, 1998, Inside Out, Asia Society, New York City, 1998, San Francisco Museum Modern Art, 1998, National Gallery Australia, 2000, Babel of the Millennium, San Francisco Museum Modern Art, 1999, Power of Worrd, Taiwan Museum Art, 1999, Conceptual Art: Points of Origin 1950s-1980s, Miami Art Museum, 2000, Ink Alchemy Number One, Enrico Navarra Gallery, Paris, 2001, Second Biennale of Asia Contemporary Art, Museum Contemporary Art, Genova, Italy, 2001, Translated Acts - South East Asia Performance Art, Queens Museum Art, New York, 2001, Intersections and Translations, National Gallery Australia, 2001, Re: Duchamp, 49th Venice Biennale, 2001, National Gallery Contemporary Art, Seoul, 2002, New Way of Tea, Asia Society Museum, New York City, 2002, Site-Sight, Singapore Arts Festival, Asian Civilizations Museum, 2002, First Guangzhou Triennale, 2002, From Middle Kingdom to Biological Millennium, University North Texas Art Gallery, 2003, Missouri, 2003, Portland, Maine, 2003, Jiang Hu: 34 Contemporary Chinese Artists, Tilton Gallery, New York City, 2006, projects, United Nations, Forest of Stone Steles - Retranslation & Rewriting Tang Poetry, China Phrase. Co-author: Chinese Ink Painting in the Twenty-First Century. Author: Art From Middle Kingdom to Biological Millennium, 2003 (2nd place, American Museum Associate, 2004, Publications Design award, New Engalnd Museum Associate, 2004), International Perspectives on Art and Culture, Documentary Sources in Contemporary Art, 2004, Issues in Visual Culture, 2004.

Connections

Married Kathryn Scott, 1999.

spouse:
Kathryn Scott