Zong Ning
Biography
Work Gallery
BMCA Exhibition
Essays
Publications

Zong Ning
Born in Inner Mongolia in 1984
In 2007 graduated from the China Central Academy of Fine Arts with a bachelor's
degree majoring in photography
Now living in Beijing

Public Collections

53 Art Museum(China)
White Rabbit Art Museum (Australia)
Blue Mountain Contemporary Art
Yinhai Art Foundation (China)

Solo Exhibitions

2015「Reservoir Dogs」Gallery Yang,Beijing,China
Selected Group Exhibitions
2015「305-300=5」305 Space,Beijing, China
2015「Photo Shanghai」Shanghai Exhibition Center,Shanghai, China
2015「Between the 5th and 6th Ring Road in Beijing」Owspace,Beijing, China
2015「The First Edition of Changjiang International Photography&Video Biennale」
Changjiang Museum of Contemporary Art, Chongqing, China
2015「CHINA 8」Museum Folkwang,Essen,Germany
2014「Unlived by What is Seen」Pace Gallery, Beijing, China
2015「CHINA 8」Folkwang Museum, Essen, Germany
2014「Art Sanya」Huayu Hotel, Sanya, China
2013「Let It Be」OFOTO Gallery, Shanghai, China
2012「Inside Out」OFOTO Gallery, Shanghai, China
2012「Conceptual Renewal」Sishang Art Museum, Beijing, China
2011「Variant • Absent」53 Art Museum, Guangzhou, China
2011「Art Archives Of the 80's Generation」Songzhuang Art Museum, Beijing, China
2011「XXX-China Next 10 years of Contemporary Art」Today Art Museum, Beijing,
China
2010「Ten years of exposure」Central Academy of Fine Art Museum, Beijing, China
hendrerit sollicitudin eros eget fermentum.
Zong Ning - The Call of Utopia
Myth
The Decameron - BMCA Documenting Art
Zong Ning – Resevoir Dogs
Cui Cancan
For an artist, solo exhibition is not merely to display his works. It is like a narrative of a particular person, presenting the status, the state of mind, and the situation of this person, as well as various responses he makes – something like a motley of autobiography, fragmentary speeches, and longings. In the structure of this narrative, works are no more than refractions of a personal life, and exhibition hall a specimen showcasing scattered information. It resembles the case of a honey bee: the pollination being finished, the bee has to leave the flowers, go back to requite its hive, and then start another round of its cyclic life
For an artist, solo exhibition is not merely to display his works. It is like a narrative of a particular person, presenting the status, the state of mind, and the situation of this person, as well as various responses he makes – something like a motley of autobiography, fragmentary speeches, and longings. In the structure of this narrative, works are no more than refractions of a personal life, and exhibition hall a specimen showcasing scattered information. It resembles the case of a honey bee: the pollination being finished, the bee has to leave the flowers, go back to requite its hive, and then start another round of its cyclic life

For an artist, solo exhibition is not merely to display his works. It is like a narrative of a particular person, presenting the status, the state of mind, and the situation of this person, as well as various responses he makes – something like a motley of autobiography, fragmentary speeches, and longings. In the structure of this narrative, works are no more than refractions of a personal life, and exhibition hall a specimen showcasing scattered information. It resembles the case of a honey bee: the pollination being finished, the bee has to leave the flowers, go back to requite its hive, and then start another round of its cyclic life

For an artist, solo exhibition is not merely to display his works. It is like a narrative of a particular person, presenting the status, the state of mind, and the situation of this person, as well as various responses he makes – something like a motley of autobiography, fragmentary speeches, and longings. In the structure of this narrative, works are no more than refractions of a personal life, and exhibition hall a specimen showcasing scattered information. It resembles the case of a honey bee: the pollination being finished, the bee has to leave the flowers, go back to requite its hive, and then start another round of its cyclic life
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