Jamie Xue (b.1995, China) is a visual art whose whose practice depicts complex female images in her creations. In this recent series, Jamie began to use strong colors to draw simple female images, trying to balance the characters in the picture; a flat narrative method further integrating the transformation of the characters from objectification to a symbol liberating these sensitive female figures from their implicit cultural history. The figures are able to acquire a new presence in the natural landscape and social relations in the same way. This series refers to Jamie's cultural background, referencing moments from her life experience in London. Illuminating is the first finished piece of this series, trying to imagine the living conditions of women in the future society. As the work progresses, this pictorial language and thematic depiction accumulate more meaning, further exploring society and culture, the public boundaries between the private, the artist, and contemporary technology.
MA, Royal College of Art, 2021-2023
MA, Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts, 2017-2020
BA, Tianjin Academy of Fine Arts, 2013-2017
2022, Pull Over and Take a Cig, It’s all Fun Until, Espacio Gallery, London, UK (Group)
2021, Re-Planning The Route, Beijing Tree Art Museum, China (Group)
2021, The Future Has Come, Beijing Ku Art, China (Group)
2020, The Temperature of North Shenyang, Reconstruction, China (Group)
2020, The 4th China (International) Abstract Art Exhibition, China (Group)
2020, Abstraction and Existence, A60, Milan, Italy (Group)
2020, The Body, Anchorage Fifth The 2nd Suzhou Jinji Lake, China (Group)
2020, Biennale Parallel Exhibition, The 2nd Art Dialogue Exhibition, Tianjin Binhai Art Museum, China (Group)
2020, 1/4 Only a Little Bit I Could Express, Beijing Forest National Art Museum, China (Solo)
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