Xu Bing will be guest speaking at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) as a deFINE ART 2015 program honoree. The lecture will take place on the 18th of February 2015 at the Trustees Theater.
His Solo Exhibition: Things Are Not What They First Appear will be on display at the SCAD Museum of Art from the 17th of February to the 3rd of July 2015.
Click here to access the events page on the SCAD website for more information
Another of the artist’s upcoming exhibition, Xu Bing: Writing Between Heaven and Earth will open at Florida International University’s Frost Art Museum on the 21st of February. He will also be conducting a lecture about his latest work and the exhibition at the opening reception.
Click here to access the Events Calendar at the Frost Art Museum for more information.
Huffington Post features Phoenix: Xu Bing at the Cathedral in the recent article “You Had No Idea These Amazing Works Of Art Were Hidden In Plain Sight” .
A brief interview with the artist is highlighted alongside works by Nathan Sawaya, Jason Kimes, John Ahearn, Rigoberto Torres, Sally Heller, Orly Genger, James Surls and Alice Aycock.
“Background Story: Dwelling in Fuchun Mountains” opens at Inside-Out Art Museum, Beijing (May. 24-Nov. 09, 2014)
Background Story: Dwelling in Fuchun Mountains recently opened at Inside-Out Art Museum, Beijing. The exhibition is organized by the Inside-Out Art Museum and Jing & Kai, and co-organized by
the Rose Goldsen Archive of New Media, Cornell University, Life Bookstore and SDX Joint Publishing Company. The exhibition features scholarship on Xu Bing’s Background Story series as well as materialsdetailing the process of creating these works over the last ten years, in addition to the dramatic presentation of Xu Bing’s Background Story version of Huang Gongwang’s 14th century masterwork
Dwelling in Fuchun Mountains. Click here to view Xu Bing discussing this exhibition with CAFA Artinfo,