Xu Bing Studio Blog

Fresh Ink: Ten Takes on Chinese Tradition, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (Nov. 26, 2010-Feb. 13, 2011)

Posted in Prints, Upcoming Exhibition by xubing on November 1, 2010

 

Xu Bing working on the print in his Beijing studio, Winter 2009.

Xu Bing working on the print in his Beijing studio, Winter 2009.

Xu Bing will exhibit a new large-scale woodblock print at the exhibition Fresh Ink: Ten Takes on Chinese Tradition set to open at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston in November 2010. The exhibition, organized by Hao Sheng, the Wu Tung Curator of Chinese Art, will also include work by Li Huayi, Arnold Chang, Qiu Ting, Zeng Xiaojun, Liu Dan, Qin Feng, Yu Hong, Liu Xiaodong, and Li Jin.

Woodcuts in Modern China, 1937-2008: Towards a Universal Pictorial Language, China Institute Gallery, New York (Through Dec. 5, 2010)

Posted in Current Exhibitions, Prints by xubing on November 1, 2010

Curated by Joachim Homann and Renee Covalucci, Woodcuts in Modern China includes work by woodcut masters Gu Yuan, Li Hua, Li Huanmin, Xu Bing and others. A full-color, illustrated catalogue accompanies the exhibition.

Exhibition of Chinese Contemporary Prints, Today Art Musuem, Beijing (July 4-31, 2009)

Posted in Past Exhibitions, Prints, Publication by xubing on July 29, 2009
"Bustling Village on the Water" (1981), 54 x 55 cm, woodcut is just one of Xu Bing's early prints included in the exhibition this month at Today Art Museum.

"Bustling Village on the Water" (1981), 54 x 55 cm, woodcut is just one of Xu Bing's early prints included in the exhibition this month at Today Art Museum.

A special exhibition, highlighting a wide range of Xu Bing’s early prints and more recent installation works will be on display at the Today Art Museum, Beijing in conjunction with “Exhibition of Chinese Contemporary Prints” and “Contemporary Prints: 1999-2009,” a traveling exhibition produced by The LeRoy Neiman Center for Print Studies at Columbia University in New York City. A monographic catalogue focusing on Xu Bing’s printmaking will be published to accompany the exhibition. More information about the exhibitions can be found here.