YANG Xiaomin, Chinese artist, was born in 1972 in China.
He holds a Master of Fine Arts of Nanjing University (Nanjing) and is a member of the National Union of Chinese artists, editor-in-chief of Art magazine Asia-Pacific and honorary member of the Board of Directors of the Artists' Foundation Dialogue des Arts Contemporaries in Morocco. Yang is also a researcher at the Center for Studies on the Development of Asia Pacific at Nanjing University. He has practiced in Indian ink since the middle of 1990s.
Individual exhibitions abroad
2015, "Image of China" in Paris, France; participation in the opening day of the Ménilmontant workshops
2013, "Village: YANG Xiaomin Exhibition" at the University of Cambridge, England
2012, "Vitality: exhibition of the Chinese artist YANG Xiaomin" at the University of Louisville, United States
2011, Exhibition in Cape, South Africa
Organization of international exhibitions in China
2018 "Asia-Pacific Exposition", Nanjing, China
2015, "Paris-Xuzhou Dialogue: Exhibition of Bertrand Bellon and Yang Xiaomin", Xuzhou, China
2012, "Paris-Nanjing Dialogue: Exhibition of Bertrand Bellon and Yang Xiaomin",
Major group exhibitions
2017 and 2019, "International Exhibition of the Dialogue of Contemporary Arts", Marrakech, Morocco
2014, International Exhibition on the Occasion of the Second Youth Olympic Games in Nanjing.
His works have been presented with more than 500 major works of the 20th and 21st century in the world (from Picasso to the greatest Chinese painters like Fan Zeng and Huang Yongyu).
1992, Guangzhou Exhibition. First Chinese exhibition that works according to the Western model, one of the most important events in contemporary history arts in China.
Dissemination of works
His works are collected by many individuals around the world. They are also found at the Xuzhou Museum (China); at Myoshinji Temple in Japan, at the Chinese Embassy in South Africa, at the Center for Language Studies Chinese Singapore; as well as at the Universities of Cambridge (GB), Louisville (USA), Stellenbosch (South Africa), Hong Kong and Nanjing.
His workshop was visited by the great French writer Le Clézio, winner of the prize Nobel of literature; by French, American, German, New Zealand artists, by art historians, international curators and collectors of the world.
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