Han Feng CV
7 八月 2020

Han Feng (*1972 in Harbin) lives and works recently in Berlin and Shanghai as painting and installation artist. His artworks explore to use paintings or installations to reproduce the traces of different characteristics of utensils. These traces reveal what is the guide in the process of cognizing things in order to promote continuous evolution. He try to create various imaginary spaces that contain more different sets of cognition to approach the Truth.

Education:

2009 Graduated from Shanghai University of Art, MA degree

1998 Graduated from the Harbin Art Institute, BA degree

Prize

2010 First Prize of John Moores Painting Prize (China)

2008 Jury Grand Award of 2008 Creative M50

Solo Exhibitions:

2017 Han Feng: Somewhere, ShanghART Beijing, Beijing

2014 Han Feng, ShanghART Main Space, Shanghai

2012 Han Feng Solo Show, Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester, U.K.

2011 Han Feng Works Exhibition, Aroundspace Gallery, Shanghai

2009 The Wronger, the Prettier, Han Feng Solo Show, Don Gallery, Shanghai

Group Exhibitions:

2020

Cache: From B to Z, Will be undergoing interior renovation, the exhibition will be available by appointment from July 1 to Aug. 10, please call or email in advance for appointments, ShanghART, Shanghai

2019

Side Lanes, ShanghART, Shanghai

Poem Simply Rising, Wuxi Museum, Wuxi

Change, Yun Art Center, Shanghai

Daybreak, The Barn Contemporary Art Space, Shenzhen

2018

Rompiendo Moldes- Eexposicion, Library of Salamanca University, Spain

White Flash, ShanghART Beijing, Beijing

Art Patrons, Qiao Space & Tank Shanghai Project Space, Shanghai

Looming Traces, Qing Art Space, Shanghai

Sense of Paper – Melting Point, L+ Space, Shanghai

2017

This Moment, Han Feng, Shi Zhiying, Zhou Jun, Zhou Yinchen Group Exhibition, Liu Haisu Art Museum, Shanghai

2016

Holzwege, ShanghART, Shanghai

The Uncertain, or the Shelved…, ShanghART H-Space, Shanghai

The Uncertain, or the Shelved…, ShanghART Main Space, Shanghai

The Crocodile in the Pond, 11 artists from ShanghART Gallery – Curated by Alexandra Grimmer, Museum Art St. Urban and Abbey St. Urban, Luzern, Switzerland

John Moores Painting Prize (China) Winners 2010-2014, 21 Century Min Sheng Museum, Shanghai

2015

Minuscule in Scope-Gargantuan in Perspective, ShanghART H-Space, Shanghai

Power of Education, Shanghai Himalayas Museum, Shanghai

China 8, Contemporary Art from China at the Rhine and Ruhr, Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg, Germany

2014

Semi-automatic Mode 2, ShanghART Beijing, Beijing

In & Out Réel ShanghART, Réel Department Store, Shanghai

2013

Aichi Triennale 2013, Awakening-Where are we standing? Earth, Memory, and Resurrection, Aichi, Japan

Paper, Saatchi Gallery, London, UK

2012.

Sattva, China’s contemporary young artists South America, Museum of Modern Art Bogota, Bogota, Colombia

2011

Nature of Matter, 2011 Shanghai Contemporary Art Invited Exhibition, Eastlink Gallery, Shanghai

3rd Biennial at the End of the World, Atropoceno, Tierra del Fuego, Ushuaia, Argentina

If…, Don Gallery, Shanghai

AroundSpace@Bund, AroundSpace Gallery, Shanghai

+follow, MoCA Shanghai

Chinese Contemporary Art, WANDESFORD QUA Gallery, Cork, Ireland

2010

DU-CROSSOVER, Aroundspace Gallery, Shanghai

OCD, Hands on 3, DDM, Shanghai

Square, Eastlink Gallery, Shanghai

Chorus, 4 Artists‘ Show, Don Gallery, Shanghai

2010

John Moores New Painting Prize(2010), Shanghai Gallery of Art, shanghai

Flying Circles, The Artistic Experiment Space Second Session of Art Project, MoCA Shanghai

2009

Young Arts Market Exhibition by 99 Creative Center, Fine Arts College of Shanghai University 99 Creative Center, Shanghai

2008

Smptomy, Zhu Qizhan Art Museum, Shanghai

National Young Artists Recommended Show, Mingyuan Art Center, Shanghai

Make Trouble out of nothing, an Exhibition of 7 Cases, Sunbowart Gallery, Shanghai

2008

Annual Creative New Artists Exhibition, M50 Art Gallery, Shanghai

Chinese Fine Arts Exhibition, Museo Della Permanente, Milan, Italy

2007

Bari Art Fair, Bari, Italy

Shanghai Youth Art Show, Liu Haishu Art Museum, Shanghai

2005

Shanghai Youth Art Show, Liu Haishu Art Museum, Shanghai

2000

The Backup for New Art, the Post 70s Artists, Beijing