• BAI Chongmin, China

BAI Chongming

Bai Chongmin was born in Shenyang, China in 1970, lives and works in Beijing

Solo Exhibitions:

"Ji Xiang", Art Channel Gallery, Beijing, China (2009);

"Existing Documents", Declic Gallery, Luxembourg (2009);

"Herstory", The Orleans Governmental Art Center, France (2002);

"Herstory", The Governmental Art Center, Luxembourg (2001);

"Herstory", Hanshi Gallery, Beijing, China (1997).

Group exhibitions:

2013 Collateral Event of the 55th International Art Exhibition – La Biennale di Venezia, Museo Diocesano;

"Open" - the 13th International Performance Art Festival, Beijing, China (2012); Xi’an International Performance Art Festival, Xi’an, China (2012); "The Document Exhibition of Chinese Performance Art 1985-2010", Songzhuang Art Center, Beijing, China (2011); "Moon Lake Occurred" - The 2th Changsha Live Art Festival, Changsha, China (2010); Crossing Festival - China Screen age Art Exhibition, CCD Workstation, Beijing, China (2010); Open - the 10th International Performance Art Festival, Beijing, China (2009); China International Architecture Biennale Exhibition of 2008, Beijing, China (2008); Hong Kong On The Move - Olympics Performance Art Project, Hong Kong, China (2008); The June Alliance, Performance Art Camp, Beijing, China (2007); Open - The 8th International Performance Art Festival, Beijing, China (2007); The 5th Da Dao Live Art Festival, Beijing & Hong Kong (2007); Transborder language – Performance Art Festival - Da Shan Zi Art Festival, Dashanzi Art District, Beijing, China (2006); Internal Injury, Italian Marella Gallery, Beijing, China (2006); Cruel/Loving Bodies, Hong Kong Arts Center & The Goethe Institute in Hong Kong, Hong Kong (2006); Password, Dilston Grove, London, UK (2006); Cruel/Loving Bodies, Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art & 798 Space, China (2004); The Blue Sky in The Air - Invited Exhibition of Contemporary Art & 798 Space, B.T.A.P., Beijing, China(2003); Dialogue with Judy · Chicago at Lugu Lake, Yunnan, China (2002); Century · Women, National Art Museum of China, Beijing, China (1998); Gender Platform, Tianjin TEDA Contemporary Museum of Art, Tianjin, China (1998) ; Viewing China In An Opposite Aspect, Chicago, U.S.A (1997).

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