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Curated by Leo Xu 许宇

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New Practices in Photography
Cheng Ran
Chen Wei
Guo Hongwei
Zhang Jungang & Li Jie
程然
陈维
郭鸿蔚
张君钢 & 李洁
Curated by Leo Xu 许宇
6 March - 6 April 2014
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artshare.com is proud to collaborate with acclaimed curator Leo Xu to present an in depth selection of four
important Chinese artists and collectives. Leo Xu has been recognised as one of the most talented curators
in China, who has an exceptional ability of scouting many of the most promising emerging artists in China.
Over the past decade, he has devoted his career in nurturing these young artistic talents and curated key
exhibitions to highlight their remarkable works of art.
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About leo xu 许宇
One of the most talented curators in China, Leo Xu is an art curator, writer, and the founder and
director of Leo Xu Projects. In 2012, he was named by artinfo.com as one of the 30 influential
people in the art world under 30.
From 2009 to 2011, Leo Xu worked as associate director at James Cohan Gallery,
Shanghai, and director of Chambers Fine Art in Beijing between 2007 and 2009. Prior
to that, he worked as curator at Zhu Qizhan Art Museum and assistant curator at Duolun
Museum of Modern Art, both in Shanghai. Leo Xu was instrumental in many art exhibitions and
projects in China and beyond, including his recent curatorial endeavours ‘The Tell-tale Heart’
(2010), a critically acclaimed exhibition that explores the latest trend in video art, as well as
‘Alex: A Tribute to Alexander McQueen’ (2010-2011) an attribution to the cultural legacy of the
late designer Alexander McQueen. ‘Catch the Moon in the Water’ at James Cohan Gallery,
New York (2011) illustrated how young Chinese artists responded to America as an exotic and
remote source of inspiration.
Leo Xu writes extensively in many publications and journals, such as Harper’s Bazaar,
L’Officiel Hommes, Numero, LEAP, Art China, Art World, Modern Weekly, Artforum.cn, among
many others. He was a columnist in Men’s Uno (2008-2011) and Men’s Joker (2011), as well
as producing academic essays on a regular basis. Leo Xu also edits books and exhibition
catalogues, including but not limited to ‘Chinese Artists: Texts and Interviews (Chinese
contemporary Art Awards)’ (2004), ‘33 Artists: Spanish Printmaking’ (2006), ‘Blog It: New
Wave of New Wave’ (2008), ‘Tan Dun’s Organic Music’ (2008), ‘Yun-Fei Ji: Mistaking Each
Other for Ghosts’ (2010), ‘Zhang Huan: East Wind, West Wind’ (2011), ‘Alex Katz” (2011).
Leo Xu is a guest lecturer at New York University and School of Visual Art in New York on
contemporary photography.
A photographer himself, Leo Xu has notably exhibited at Pinyao International
Photography Festival, Pinyao, China and Duolun Museum of Modern Art, Shanghai,
China in 2005, among many others. Leo Xu graduated from Shanghai International Studies
University in 2004, and currently lives and works in Shanghai, China.
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curatorial statment
JPEG, in computing, is a common method of compressing images. And JPEGs are arguably the most common image format we encounter in our everyday life.
Although I may be most widely known as a curator or gallerist, I am in fact, a secret collector of JPEGs. Over the years, I have created a large and ever growing
archive of images from every single desktop, laptop, tablet and smartphone I have used. And I believe many fellow artists and curators adopt the same practice.
Each one of these archives serves as an encyclopedic labyrinth – capsules of time and space, documents of experiences, and archives of knowledge and doubts
that once possessed our minds. Such image banks are becoming museums of our own—museums of truth and invention; museums of fake and reinvention;
museums of contemporary art and photography; museums of science and religion; museums of anything… In other words, the tens of thousands of JPEGs we
browse, consume, spread, create, and reproduce everyday represent the immediate reality of our lives and the fundamental truth about our beliefs and desires.
This is also true of any discipline of the arts, including photography.
With the advent of JPEGs, the philosophy of photography has been significantly challenged and changed. Access and availability have become instant, the
categorization of genres smashed, boundaries of aesthetics blurred. Between 2000 and 2005, we saw an exuberance of online forums and bulletins specializing
in photography in China, frequented by a young generation of Chinese, some of whom now active artists on the local and international scene. This uprising also
coincided with the momentary boom of photography festivals accommodated by many remote and ancient towns in China. These critical years heralded the
arrival of a generation of artists less interested in documenting, with their cameras, performances that solely test the endurance and limits of the body. Rather,
they see photography as a frontier that connects choreography, cinematography, literature, and theatre performance.
JPEG: New Practices in Photography is a comprehensive online exhibition curated to revisit and extend upon an earlier exhibition of mine Blog It: New Wave
of New Wave that surveyed young Chinese artists’ practices which were inspired and affected by the internet. JPEG narrows its focus to address the fact that
JPEGs and online images, as well as resources of other formats, has enabled differentiated navigation, and thus have altered the artists’ practices, creative
methodologies, concepts and techniques.
JPEG is also a selective excerpt of slides that I have prepared for my lectures and talks on Chinese photography and the Internet at universities and institutions.
JPEG features emerging artists Chen Wei, Cheng Ran, Guo Hongwei and Zhang Jungang & Li Jie, who all hail from different backgrounds and fields, across
photography, video, installation, and painting.
An experimental sound artist and musician in his early career, Chen Wei (b. 1980 in Zhejiang) produces works that capture young Chinese’ responses to the
current social climate and conflicts between global and local cultures. Subjects of his cinematically staged photographs include dreamscapes, unlikely moments
in everyday life, historical residues and cultural memories. Currently based in Hangzhou and Amsterdam, Cheng Ran’s (b.1981 in Inner Mongolia) videos
and installations have been praised for their eclectic form in which films are integrated into the poetic culture of contemporary age. His works convey a fresh
perspective on the unsolvable issues in life, such as questions regarding identity, life and death, and the anguish felt by young citizens living through a globalized
Chinese culture and cultural policy. Guo Hongwei (b.1982 in Chengdu), a young painter based in Beijing, is critically acclaimed for his distinctive watercolors
and oil paintings that probe museological methodology. His recent series of collages on paper explores the possibilities that an image can carry. Spontaneous
and earnest, works of Zhang Jungang & Li Jie, a self-taught artist duo living in Harbin—blur the boundaries between the documentary and the staged, resulting
in a volume of photographic essays and narratives that celebrate the dynamism of youth and love.
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Exhibition Snapshot
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Cheng ran 程然
Cheng Ran is widely considered as a leading figure in video and photography among China’s new generation of artists.
His photographs and video works are dramatically staged and infused with tones of romanticism throughout. The cinematic qualities of his work is particularly vivid in the barren photos of the iconic Hollywood sign in ‘Ghost of Tunra’, underlies which is the artist’s critical exploration how American cinema casts its influence on younger Chinese generations.
Departing from his predecessor’s radical portrayal of modern life and social changes in China after the Cultural Revolution,
Cheng Ran finds inspirations in music, youth culture and European art house cinemas. The artist’s video works capture the
innermost struggles of young Chinese and how their living experiences are greatly influenced by the Western culture and
the globalised world. These works often lack completion and narrative threads, focusing instead on a diminutive moment
in daily life and driven by sentiments.
Born in 1981 in Inner Mongolia, China, Cheng Ran graduated from China Academy of Art in Hangzhou in 2004, after
which he worked under Yang Fudong, one of China’s best-known cinematographer and photographer, for five years.
Cheng Ran has exhibited widely both locally and internationally, notably at Salzburg Museum of Modern Art, Salzburg,
Austria (2006), Shanghai Art Museum, China (2007), Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, China (2008), Guangdong
Art Museum, China (2008), ‘Yi Pai - Century Thinking’ at Today Art Museum, Beijing, China (2009), James Cohan
Gallery, Shanghai, China; New York, USA (2010), Meulensteen Gallery, New York, USA (2011), Minsheng Art Museum,
Shanghai, China (2011), Museo Reina Sofia, Madrid, Spain (2011), Ben Brown Fine Arts, London, UK (2011), Leo Xu Projects,
Shanghai, China (2012), Galerie Urs Meile, Beijing, China; Lucerne, Switzerland (2013), and ‘ON|OFF: China’s Young
Artists in Concept and Practice’ at Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, China (2013). He was in residency at the
Rijksakademie (Royal Academy of Visual Arts) in Amsterdam between 2012 and 2013, and currently based in Amsterdam
and Beijing.
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Cheng ran 程然
1981 Born in Inner Mongolia, China
2004 Graduated from China Academy of Art, Hangzhou, China
Solo Exhibitions
2013
2012
2011
2009
Existence Without Air, Food, or Water, Galerie Urs Meile, Lucerne, Switzerland
The Last Generation, Galerie Urs Meile, Beijing, China
Cheng Ran, Video Bureau, Guangzhou, China
Cheng Ran: What Why How, Leo Xu Projects, Shanghai, China
Hot Blood, Warm Blood, Cold Blood, Galerie Urs Merle, Beijing, China
Everything Has Its Time, Galerie Urs Meile, Beijing, China
Circadian Rhythm, Qingying Gallery, Hangzhou, China
Immersion and Distance, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, China
Selected Group Exhibitions
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
Building Bridges – Zeitgenössische Kunst aus China, Wolfsberg, Ermatingen, Switzerland
Video Screening, Rijksakademie van beeldende kunsten, Amsterdam, Netherlands
The 26th European Media Art Festival, Osnabrueck, Germany
ON|OFF: China’s Young Artists in Concept and Practice, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art,
Beijing, China
FCAC Video Project, Hannover, Germany
The Other Wave: Contemporary Chinese Photography, Ben Brown Fine Arts, London, UK
Video Art in China - MADATAC, Museo Reina Sofía, Madrid, Spain
Moving Image in China: 1988 - 2011, Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai, China
Sweet Dreams (Are Made of This), Leo Xu Projects, Shanghai, China
Catch the Moon in the Water: Emerging Chinese Artists, James Cohan Gallery, New York, USA
In A Perfect World..., Meulensteen Gallery, New York, USA
Reflection of Minds: MOCA Envisage Biennale, Museum of Contemporary Art Shanghai, China
3rd i program: Compilation of Chinese Video Art, V2_ Institute for the Unstable Media,
Rotterdam, Holland
YiPai-Century Thinking, Today Art Museum, Beijing, China
Farewell to Post-colonialism: Guangzhou Triennial, Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou, China
There Is No I in Team: Contemporary Chinese Artists' Work, Newcastle Upon Tyne, U.K.
Infantization, Museum of Contemporary Art Taipei, Taiwan
The First Today Documents 2007: Energy: Spirit, Body, Material, Today Art Museum, Beijing, China
Infantization, Shanghai Art Museum, Shanghai, China
Elektrische Schatten China Video Festival, Salzburg Museum of Modern Art, Salzburg, Austria
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Cheng ran 程然
Ghost of Tundra #1
C- Print
2010
Edition 1 of 3
70 x 120 cm / 27.6 x 47.2 in
USD 4,000
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Cheng ran 程然
Ghost of Tundra #2
C- Print
2010
Edition 1 of 3
70 x 120 cm / 27.6 x 47.2 in
USD 4,000
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Cheng ran 程然
Still of an Unknown Film
C- Print
2008
Edition 1 of 3
85 x 120 cm / 33.5 x 47.2 in
USD 4,000
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Chen Wei 陈维
Considered as one of the most important and promising artists of his generation, Chen Wei’s work is characterised by
elaborate photographic scenes, featuring an assortment of found memories choreographed into a surreal studio like
setting. The artist takes inspirations from modern Chinese literatures and makes many sketches from which he works to
physically construct the envisioned scene. Each of Chen’s existing series takes a new subject and location as a starting
point, from bus shelters to singular figures set in a dilapidated room. Chen Wei belongs to a new generation of Chinese
contemporary photographers who forgoes traditional documentation of the surroundings. They take a new focus on the
subject and idiosyncratic languages, an approach shared by Jeff Wall, Cindy Sherman and Gregory Crewdson.
Born in 1980 in Zhejiang Province, China, Chen Wei has exhibited extensively both locally and internationally.
Notable solo exhibitions including ‘Tight Rope’ at Yokohama Creative Center in Yokohama, Japan (2011), ‘Rain in Some
Areas’ at Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle in Munich, Germany (2012) and ‘Chen Wei: More’ at Leo Xu Projects in Shanghai,
China. His works are also shown at Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea (2006), Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou,
China (2009), Today Art Museum, Beijing China (2009), Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai, China (2010), James
Cohan Gallery, New York, USA (2011), He Xiangning Art Museum, Shenzhen, China (2011), Gallery Hyandai, Seoul,
Korea (2011), Katonah Museum of Art, New York, USA (2012) and in the ‘ON | OFF’ exhibition in Ullens Center for
Contemporary Art, Beijing, China (2013). Chen Wei was the recipient of the first Asia Pacific Photography Prize at SH
Contemporary Art Fair in 2011.
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Chen Wei 陈维
1980 Born in Zhejiang Province, China
Solo Exhibitions
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
Chen Wei: More, Leo Xu Projects, Shanghai, China
Rain In Some Areas, Galerie Rüdiger Schöttle, Munich, Germany
Tight Rope, Yokohama Creative City Center (YCC), Yokohama, Japan
The Augur’s Game, Galleria Glance, Turin, Italy
Chen Wei: Photography 2006-2009, Full Art, Seville, Spain
Chen Wei’s Photography Works From 2007-2009, M97 Gallery, Shanghai, China
Everyday, Scenery and Props, Gallery Exit, Hong Kong, China
Partial Melancholy, Laboratory Art Beijing, Beijing, China
The Fabulist’s Path, Platform China Contemporary Art Institute, Beijing, China
Selected Group Exhibitions
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
2006
Rising Dragon: Contemporary Chinese Photography, San Jose Museum of Art, San Jose, CA, U.S.A.
ON | OFF: China’s Young Artists in Concept and Practice, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art,
Beijing, China
Rising Dragon: Contemporary Chinese Photography, Katonah Museum of Art, New York, U.S.A.;
Krannert Art Museum, Champaign, U.S.A.
In The Heat of The Sun, Gallery Hyundai, Seoul, Korea
One Man Theater, He Xiangning Art Museum, Shenzhen, China
Catch The Moon In The Water, James Cohan Gallery, New York, U.S.A.
Parts and Whole, Hiromi Yoshii, Tokyo, Japan
Reflection of Mind—MoCA Shanghai Envisage III, Museum of Contemporary Art, Shanghai, China
Seoul International Photography Festival 2009, Seoul, Korea
YiPai—Century Thinking: A Contemporary Art Exhibition, Today Art Museum, Beijing, China
The 3th Guangzhou Photo Biennial, Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou, China
Mediations Biennale 2008, Poznan, Poland
Deep Pond and Float Chamber, Nanjing Qinghe Current Art Center, Nanjing, China
China Pingyao International Photography Festival 2008, Pingyao, China
Unpredictable: New Photography from China, Morono Kiang Gallery, Los Angeles, U.S.A.
Against the Wall: Contemporary Chinese Artists, Corkin Gallery, Toronto, Canada
On View: Selections from China, Fortune Cookie Projects, Paul Morris Gallery, New York, U.S.A.
The 4th Seoul International Media Art Biennale, Seoul Museum of Art, Seoul, Korea
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Chen wei 陈维
Dance Hall (Sober)
Archival Inkjet Print
2013
150 x 187.5 cm / 59.1 x 73.8 in
Edition 2 of 6
USD 12,000
100 x 125 cm / 39.4 x 49.2 cm
Artist’s Proof (AP) 1/1
USD 7,000
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Chen wei 陈维
Countless Unpredictable Stand No.1
Archival Inkjet Print
2006
Edition 6 of 8
100 x 150 cm / 39.4 x 59.1 in
USD 6,500
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Chen wei 陈维
Sand and Nobody No.1
Archival Inkjet Print
2007
Edition 5 of 6
125 x 165 cm / 49.2 x 65.0 in
USD 6,600
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Chen wei 陈维
Sand and Nobody No.2
Archival Inkjet Print
2007
Edition 5 of 6
125 x 165 cm / 49.2 x 65.0 in
USD 6,600
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Chen wei 陈维
The Augur’s Game No.2
Archival Inkjet Print
2007
Edition 3 of 8
80 x 80 cm / 31.5 x 31.5 in
USD 4,200
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Chen wei 陈维
The Fabulist’s Path
Archival Inkjet Print
2007
Edition 1 of 6
120 x 175 cm / 47.2 x 68.9 in
USD 7,000
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Chen wei 陈维
Half of the Statue
Archival Inkjet Print
2012
Edition 4 of 6
150 x 180 cm / 59.1 x 70.9 in
USD 10,000
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Guo Hongwei 郭鸿蔚
Many of Guo Hongwei works are dedicated to depict his recollections of the blurred memories in his childhood, often
driven by a strong sense of nostalgia. Guo Hongwei’s approach is minimalistic, the composition of his works are simple
accompanied by a hint of humour. Through ceaseless experimentation, he has developed unusual painting techniques to
create ghostly yet lifelike images on paper. More recently, he has shifted to watercolour, making pale, blurry images of
mundane objects in everyday life. This exhibition showcases four of Guo Hongwei’s latest collage works, for which he
reproduces works from the books of his favourite artists, whether it is Carl Andre’s ‘144 Graphite Silence, 2005’, Bridget
Riley’s ‘Blaze 3’, or Hans Memling’s ‘Portrait of a Young Man’. Guo Hongwei sees creating as a way to collect, be it fragments
of childhood memory, or works by his most-loved artists, this philosophy has formed the core of his art as seen in recent
exhibitions.
Born in 1982 in Sichuan Province, China, Guo Hongwei graduated from Sichuan Fine Arts Institute in 2004. Notable solo
exhibitions including ‘Thing’ at Chambers Fine Art in Beijing (2009) and New York (2010), ‘Tiny Drop’ at Aike-Dellarco in
Palermo, Italy (2011) and ‘Editing’ at Leo Xu Projects in Shanghai, China (2013). His works were also shown widely both
locally and internationally, namely Today Art Museum, Beijing, China (2007), Pacific Heritage Museum, San Francisco, USA
(2009), James Cohan Gallery, Shanghai, China (2009, 2010, 2011), Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art, Shanghai,
China (2012) and in the widely acclaimed ‘ON | OFF’ exhibition at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing, China
(2013).
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Guo Hongwei 郭鸿蔚
1982 Born in Sichuan, China
2004 Graduated from Sichuan Fine Arts Institute, Chongqing, China
Solo Exhibitions
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2007
Guo Hongwei: Editing, Leo Xu Projects, Shanghai, China
Guo Hongwei: Painting Is Collecting, Chambers Fine Art, Beijing, China; New York, USA
Tiny Drop, AIKE-DELLARCO, Palermo, Italy
Things, Chambers Fine Art, New York, USA
Things, Chambers Fine Art, Beijing, China
Dissolving Memories: Guo Hongwei’s Paintings, Connoisseur Art Gallery, Hong Kong
Selected Group Exhibitions
2013
2012
2011
2010
2009
2008
2007
Reading, Leo Xu Projects, Shanghai, China
ON | OFF: China’s Young Artists in Concept and Practice, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art,
Beijing, China
Evolution: A Question, Yuan Space, Beijing, China
Daily of Concept, A Practice of Life, The Fifth Shanghai Duolun Youth Art Exhibition,
Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art, Shanghai, China
Observations: Works by Xiaoze Xie, Shi Jing, Guo Hongwei and Zhang Dun, Artfarm,
Salt Point, New York, USA
Boy: A Contemporary Portrait, Leo Xu Projects, Shanghai, China
Do A Book, White Space, Beijing, China
Painting Lesson: Illusion or Delusion, Gallery Yang, Beijing, China
Catch the Moon in the Water: Emerging Chinese Artists, James Cohan Gallery, New York, USA
Guo Hongwei, Yuko Murata, Karen Seapker: Recent paintings and watercolors, James Cohan
Gallery, Shanghai, China
NEW-TRENDS: Fifteen Contemporary Chinese Artist, Pacific Heritage Museum, San Francisco, USA
The Game Is Not Over: Young Chinese Artists, Arario Beijing, Beijing, China
Thinghood: Object-related Themes in Contemporary Art, Magee Art Gallery, Beijing, China
The First Today Documents 2007: Energy: Spirit, Body, Material, Today Art Museum, Beijing, China
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Guo Hongwei 郭鸿蔚
Blaze No.3
Collage on Paper
2013
44 x 44 cm / 17.3 x 17.3 in
USD 3,600
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Guo Hongwei 郭鸿蔚
144 Graphite Silence, 2005
Collage on Paper
2013
64 x 79 cm / 25.2 x 31.1 in
USD 5,900
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Guo Hongwei 郭鸿蔚
Portrait of a Man, c. 1475 - 80, #1
Collage on Paper
2013
44 x 36.7 cm / 17.3 x 14.4 in
USD 3,500
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Guo Hongwei 郭鸿蔚
Portrait of a Man, c. 1475 - 80, #2
Collage on Paper
2013
44 x 36.7 cm / 17.3 x 14.4 in
USD 3,500
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zhang jungang 张君钢
& li jie & 李洁
Active online in the past decade, photography duo Zhang Jungang & Li Jie sees creating as part of their daily routines. The
duo carries a camera anywhere they go to capture fleeting moments in life that are otherwise lost to memories, whatever it
may be. Most works are photographed by a 135 film camera, and the duo limits editing to basic editing techniques, as they
claim that advanced methods are beyond their understanding. Zhang Jugang & Li Jie’s art is spontaneous, earnest and highly
personal that successfully blurs the boundaries between the intentional and the accidental. The works are alike to a volume
of photographic essays and stories that celebrate the youth and love.
Zhang Jungang and Li Jie are born in 1980 in Harbin, China and in 1975 in Shanghai, China respectively. Notable
exhibitions including Pingyao International Photography Festival, Pingyao, China (2005), 6th Annual San Francisco
Photographic Art Exposition, San Francisco, USA (2006) and Chambers Fine Art, Beijing, China (2008). They were awarded
as Photographer of the Year in Lianzhou Foto Festival in 2010. The couple and photography duo now lives and works in
Harbin, China.
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zhang jungang 张君钢
& li jie & 李洁
Zhang Jungang
1980 Born in Harbin, China.
Lives and works in Harbin, China.
Li Jie
1975 Born in Shanghai, China.
1998 Shanghai Normal University
Lives and works in Harbin, China.
Solo Exhibitions
2007 North Nostalgia, Fotoyard Cafe, Hangzhou, China
Selected Group Exhibitions
2010
2008
2008
2006
2005
2005
2005
2004
Everything here, Lianzhou Foto 2010, China
Living room, 798 Art Zone The Artistic Island, Beijing, China
Blog It: New Wave of New Wave, Chambers Fine Art Beijing, China
Chinese photographer group show, The 6th Annual San Francisco
Photographic Art Exposition, San Francisco, USA
China Qingse, AG-Art Loft, Hangzhou, China
Private Image, Pingyao International Photography Festival, China
Nice Photos in a Museum, Origin Cube, Shanghai, China
Landscape, Loft 49, Hangzhou, China
Prize
2010 Photographer of the Year, Lianzhou Foto, China
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zhang jungang 张君钢
& 李洁
& li jie
Untitled
Inkjet Print
2009 - 2011
Edition 1 of 6
30 x 45 cm / 11.8 x 17.7 in
USD 2,000
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zhang jungang 张君钢
& 李洁
& li jie
Untitled
Inkjet Print
2009 - 2011
Edition 1 of 6
30 x 45 cm / 11.8 x 17.7 in
USD 2,000
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zhang jungang 张君钢
& 李洁
& li jie
Untitled
Inkjet Print
2009 - 2011
Edition 1 of 6
30 x 45 cm / 11.8 x 17.7 in
USD 2,000
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zhang jungang 张君钢
& 李洁
& li jie
Untitled
Inkjet Print
2009 - 2011
Edition 1 of 6
30 x 45 cm / 11.8 x 17.7 in
USD 2,000
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zhang jungang 张君钢
& 李洁
& li jie
Untitled
Inkjet Print
2009 - 2011
Edition 1 of 6
45 x 30 cm / 17.7 x 11.8 in
USD 2,000
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zhang jungang 张君钢
& 李洁
& li jie
Untitled
Inkjet Print
2009 - 2011
Edition 1 of 6
45 x 30 cm / 17.7 x 11.8 in
USD 2,000
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zhang jungang 张君钢
& 李洁
& li jie
Untitled
Inkjet Print
2009 - 2011
Edition 1 of 6
45 x 30 cm / 17.7 x 11.8 in
USD 2,000
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zhang jungang 张君钢
& 李洁
& li jie
Untitled
Inkjet Print
2009 - 2011
Edition 1 of 6
45 x 30 cm / 17.7 x 11.8 in
USD 2,000
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heart of Shanghai’s previous French Concession, Leo Xu Projects is the brainchild of curator and art writer Leo Xu. The gallery exhibits a dynamic program
of shows and events featuring a young generation of artists from or living in China working in various media. Leo Xu Projects responds to works of art and
ideas that concern the new media and sociopolitical climate of the 21st century. Additionally, the gallery represents and collaborates on a project basis
with established international artists. By supporting off-site projects with Chinese and international art institutions, as well as creative individuals such as
architects, writers, filmmakers, designers, and musicians, Leo Xu Projects seeks to create dialogue across disciplines in capturing the spirit and aesthetics
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