Wang Yuyang (b.1979) is a Chinese artist who creates works using emergent media but does not deliberately emphasize the novelty of technology.
Wang Yuyang (b.1979) is a Chinese artist who creates works using emergent media but does not deliberately emphasize the novelty of technology. A graduate of China Central Academy of Drama and the Central Academy of Fine Arts, he has taught at the School of Experiment Art at the Central Academy of Fine Arts since 2008.
Solo exhibitions include Lucciole per lanterne, Museo Novecento, Florence (2019); The Moon, Massimo De Carlo, Hong Kong (2018); Singularity, Heydar Aliyev Center, Baku (2018); Lettering – Folklore of the Cyber World, Chronus Art Center, Shanghai (2015); and Liner, Copeland Park, London (2015). His work is displayed in prominent Chinese public collections such as the K11 Art Foundation, Hong Kong; the Long Museum, Shanghai; Art Museum of Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing; and 21st Century Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai.
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