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    Xu Bing was born in Chongqing, China in 1955. In 1977 he entered the printmaking department of the Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing (CAFA) where completed his bachelor’s degree in 1981 and stayed on as an instructor, earning his MFA in 1987. In 1990, on the invitation of the University of Wisconsin-Madison, he moved to the United States. Xu currently serves as the Vice President of CAFA. Solo exhibitions of his work have been held at the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Smithsonian Institution, Washington DC; the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York; the Joan Miro Foundation, Spain; National Gallery of Prague and the Spencer Museum of Art, Kansas, amongst other major institutions. Additionally, Xu Bing has shown at the 45th and 51st Venice Biennales; the Biennale of Sydney and the Johannesburg Biennale amongst other international exhibitions. Over the years, Xu Bing’s work has appeared in high-school and college text-books around the world including Abram’s “Art Past – Art Present,” Gardner’s “Art Through the Ages” and Greg Clunas’s “Chinese Art” a volume in the “Oxford History of Art” series. In 2006, the Princeton University Press published “Persistence/Transformation: Text as Image in the Art of Xu Bing” a multidisciplinary study of Xu Bing’s landmark work “Book from the Sky.” In 2007, Professor Robert Harrist, Chair of Chinese Art at Columbia University, New York, began teaching a graduate seminar entitled “The Art of Xu Bing.”

    In 1999, Xu Bing was the recipient of a MacArthur Fellowship in recognition of his “capacity to contribute importantly to society, particularly in printmaking and calligraphy.” In 2003 Xu Bing was awarded the Fukuoka Asian Culture Prize, and in 2004 he won the first Wales International Visual Art Prize, Artes Mundi. The Southern Graphics Council awarded Xu Bing their lifetime achievement award in recognition of the fact that his, “use of text, language and books has impacted the dialogue of the print and art worlds in significant ways.” “Art in America” listed Xu Bing, along with 15 others, in their annual Year in Review.

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    1. rabuno30 (I¨m here again) 116 months ago | reply

      Que buena foto mi amiga!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      Te felicito!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    2. splendid stem [deleted] 116 months ago | reply

      Wow!!! Wonderful shot

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    3. Ben124. 116 months ago | reply

      Lovely shot!

    4. apoxiomeno 116 months ago | reply

      truly great shot !!!

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    5. ChelseaLane_2009 116 months ago | reply

      great shot!! great history, well done

    6. ticinoinfoto 116 months ago | reply

      Compliments.
      Ohe scene of the nature, that you have marvelously photographed, it makes me feel very small.

    7. © BKD Photography  116 months ago | reply

      Excellent composition.


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    8. Eve48 116 months ago | reply

      Really neat shot!!

    9. Ruben M/H 116 months ago | reply

      This is a masterpiece!

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    10. conwest_john 116 months ago | reply

      Beautiful photo.
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    11. thruthelookingglass 116 months ago | reply

      LOVE the beautiful clean simplicity of this shot!

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    13. beadingvera - Schmuck Ideen Gestaltung 116 months ago | reply

      A wonderful pic! I like it very much!

    14. berryvantuijl 115 months ago | reply

      Mooi pad !! Kunst kan op vele manieren toegepast worden !! Weet je ook wat al die chinese tekens betekenen??

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      Goed gezien, mooi gedaan Sophie!!

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