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Qiu Zhijie
 
Qiu Zhijie (born in 1969 in Zhangzhou, China, lives and works in Beijing and Hangzhou) divides his time between his artistic production, curatorial projects and academic roles as Professor and Dean of the School of Experimental Art (CAFA), and Professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Hangzhou. In 1993 Qiu Zhijie was the youngest artist featured in the seminal exhibition “China's New Art Post-1989,” the first major collection of Chinese experimental art displayed outside of the country. Since then his work has been extensively exhibited within and outside China.
 

 
2017
bilingual edition (English / French)
Mousse
Illustrated catalogue published in conjunction of the first comprehensive overview of Qiu Zhijie, one of the most important Chinese artists of his generation. The publication directly addresses the challenges of conveying the complexity of Qiu Zhijie's practice in the European context. It features essays by Andrea Bellini, Davide Quadrio, and Francesca Girelli, an extensive interview with the artist by Liu Jingjing, and descriptions of the exhibited works.