You may view the catalogue below. Please wait for the catalogue to load. This may take a few seconds. For the best quality of viewing we recommend looking for a button that opens the pdf file in Adobe Acrobat Viewer. Depending on the web browser you use the control buttons may look different, you may[…]
A 60-page catalogue published by McMichael Canadian Art Collection, featuring Gu Xiong’s mixed media installation in collaboration with Andrew Hunter. To view a collection of photographs taken from this exhibition please click here.
Confronting Anitya was a series of group exhibition focusing on Chinese contemporary artists held in multiple cities around the world. Gu Xiong’s Waterscape installation was featured in the series. The catalogue about this exhibition also includes Gu Xiong’s installation on pages 92-93. The following is a brief description of this exhibition. “Facing Anitya hopes to present the[…]
Gu Xiong took part in this exhibition and his art works are featured in the exhibition’s catalogue. His art works are published on pages 36-41. This catalogue was published to accompany the two-part exhibition ‘Shu: Reinventing Books in Contemporary Chinese Art’, held at China Institute Gallery, New York in 2006 and 2007. The individual artists[…]
A 15-page catalogue published by the Museum London, London, ON, featuring Gu Xiong and Xu Bing’s collaborative exhibition.
This is part of the 2013 Venice Biennale event. The exhibition “Voice Of The Unseen” aims to shed light onto the history of Chinese art from the Post-Avant-Garde of ’80s-’90s to today. The works of 188 artists and groups that have animated the independent, unofficial art movement in China are one display, more than half[…]
Gu Xiong was amongst one of the artists participating in Contemporary East Asian Letter Arts held in Center Calligraphy Hall, Seoul, Korea. Gu Xions’ mixed media installation, Smile, is featured on pages 100-103. You may visit Gu Xiong’s Smile installation held in Victoria, Canada by clicking here.
A 27-page catalogue published by the Kamloops Art Gallery, Kamloops, BC, featuring Gu Xiong’s solo exhibition. To view a collection of photographs taken from this exhibition please click here.
The Transformation of Canadian Landscape Art: Inside and Outside of Being is a landmark, group exhibition of works by contemporary Canadian artists who have, using landscape as their language, explored their experiences and imaginations to create significant works in this genre. Gu Xiong is one of the featured artists of this catalogue. His statement and a[…]
The catalogue of Exhibition of Contemporary Art in Southwest China, Features Gu Xiong’s art work as one of the participating artists on pages 98-99.
A 48-page catalogue published by the Macdonald Stewart Art centre, University of Guelph, Guelph, ON, featuring Gu Xiong’s solo exhibition. To view a collection of photographs taken from this exhibition please click here.
This catalogue for the 2nd Biennale de Montréal focuses primarily on the 30 artists selected for the the event’s “visual arts” section. Gu Xiong is amongst the 30 artists featured in this catalogue on page 70-73. The following is a brief description of this catalogue. “This catalogue for the 2nd Biennale de Montréal focuses primarily[…]
This is a 15-page catalogue of Gu Xiong’s solo exhibition, Red River, held at Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Red River was a multimedia installation. Please click here to visit this exhibition’s page.
A 36-page catalogue published by A Space Gallery, Toronto, ON, featuring Gu Xiong’s solo exhibition. To view a collection of photographs taken from this exhibition please click here.
The catalogue of the 1995 Kwangju Biennale is published in a five volume series. The special exhibition ‘InfoART’ is featured in Volume 3 of the series. Gu Xiong’s installation, Here, There, Everywhere, in this exhibition is featured on pages 168-171. The following is a brief description of this catalogue. “The special exhibition ‘InfoART’ is featured in[…]
A 91-page catalogue published by Gordon Smith Gallery of Canadian Art, featuring Gu Xiong’s solo exhibition, Gu Xiong: a journey exposed. Exposed (2014) is a collection of artworks in which Gu Xiong uses repeated exposure of our memories to gain new insights, with the struggle between individuality and globalization as a central theme. Crushed Coca-Cola Cans[…]