Wang Chun, lives in the inner suburbs of Beijing, between massive buildings. He has found, with his friends, an open space in the backyard of a no man’s land that works as his home, a gallery and studio. He is clearly not a mainstream artist and has taken a “post-modern” view of the new China, now infested by western trashy culture.

 

Wang Chun is a very good example of the new generation of young artist that feels that their place is being invaded and his work clearly demonstrates his revulsion to the present state of China and the creation of the urban jungles while the sheer destruction of the villages and peasants way of life.

 

His actual lifestyle, living in the midst of the ongoing chaos of modern Beijing reflects a microcosm of life in new China. People all over the country, live and work in the same place making their “home” a sort of survival space where one can try to shelter from the so called urbanisation madness of the cities, with millions being left helpless while a few minority gets obscenely wealthy by the oppression of the many.

1966    Born in Beijing, PRChina

1992  He received a degree from the Beijing School of Fine Arts

 

Exhibitions:

2000                       Pan Jian Yuan, BeijingArt, Shanghai

  • Beijing Arts Festival, Beijing
  • Young Bright Minds, Berlin Mitte
  • Shang Hai Intenational
  • The Beijing Art , 798
  • Beijing International
  • London – AAf
  • AAF –  Holland
  • Modern Bienalle – Shang Hai
  • 798 Beijing
  • Open Art  –  Paris

2014   Beijing Fair

2015   ShangHai Bienalle

Private Collections

 

Beijing, Berlin, London, Brussels, New York, Tel Aviv

Hong Kong and Paris.

Artwork