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Chang Xugong

1957 Born in Tangshan , Hebei Province, Chian

1980 Graduated from Tangshan Normal School, Majoring in Fine Art

1994 Member of the Yuan Ming Garden artist village

Solo Exhibition

2007 'New Socialism,New Peasantry', Willem Kerseboom Gallery ,Amsterdam

2006 'Made by Chang Xugong',Xin Dong Cheng Gallery, Beijing

2003 Chang Xugong, Sydney Opera House, Sydeny , Australia

1998 Chang Xugong, Beijing Modern Art Gallery, Beijing, China

Group Exhibition

2008 'Go China in Amsterdam and Groningen'

Willem Kerseboom Gallery, Amsterdam- Richard Ter Borg Gallery, Groningen

2008 ArtAmsterdam,Willem Kerseboom Gallery,Amsterdam

2007 ArtAmsterdam, Willem Kerseboom Gallery,Amsterdam

PAN artfair 2007, Amsterdam,Willem Kerseboom Gallery,Holland

2006  Mahjong-Contemporary Chinese Art from the Sigg Collection, Humburger Kunsthalle, Humburg

" A Ticket To Beijing", Willem Kerseboom Gallery,Bergen, Holland

            Attending contemporary art exhibition in China- Italy Culture Exchange Year

           "Bothers" Exhibition held by Xin Dong Chen Space for contemporary Art

            YUM CHA exhibtion held by Ray Hughes Gallery

2005 Mahjong- Contemporary Chinese Art from the Sigg Collection, Museum Bern , Switzerland

2002 Something like China Pop, Hughes Gallery, Sydney , Australia

2001 Lucerne Art Show, Lucerne , Swizerland

2000 The New Face of China , Ray Hughes Gallery, Sydney , Australia

           Our Chinese Friends, ACC Galerie & Galerie der Bauhaus- University Wermar

           Germany ( Cooperation with Galerie Urs Meile)

            Cologne Art Fair, Cologne , Germany

1999  Cologne Art FAir, Cologne , Germany

1997  The Urban  Personality Artistic Documentation EXhibition, China

1996  Colourful Life, Yun Feng Gallery, Beijing , China

1993  Boya Oil- Painting Competition held by Wu Guanzhong and received a prize forexcellency, Beijing

1992  Guang Zhou Biyearly Art Exhibition, Guangzhou , China

 

 

 

 

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