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The art of Xiaofei Yue

Xiaofei Yue is a Chinese contemporary artist and Member of “Guo Hua Modernist”.

Artist & Tutor, Beijing Institute of Fashion Technology
Mural artist for Huayansi Lama Temple and Shanhuasi Lama Temple, Province of Shanxi, China
Member of Chinese Artists Association, China
Member of China Female Artists Association, China

Xiaofei Yue’s practice is focused on contemporary Chinese ink and water. Her work
investigates the conflict in human nature between external appearance and internal
feelings, by creating collision between Chinese paint and rice paper.
She has been the recipient of the China National Scholarship (2011), first place of
China Central Academy of Fine Arts MA Graduation Exhibition (2013), nomination
award of the 12th China National Exhibition of Fine Arts (2014). She became the
youngest member of Chinese Artist Association at the age of 25.

2013 MA (Mural Painting) Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China
2012 MA (Fine Art) Chelsea College of Arts, University of the Arts London, UK
2009 BA (Chinese Painting) Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing, China


2016 The London Summer Intensive Residency programe at the Slade School of
Fine Art and Camden Arts Centre, London, UK
2015 Artist Residency Summer Programe at School of Visual Arts, New York
City, USA
2013 International Contemporary Artist Space Residency, New London,CT, USA

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