Xiang Yang (Chinese, b.1967) was born and raised in China and moved to the United States in 1998. He has exhibited works at venues including Museum of Art and Design (NYC), Painted Bride Art Center (Philadelphia), Art Alliance (Philadelphia), Today Art Museum and National Art Museum of China (Beijing).
Xiang Yang’s work synthesizes the traditions of China: philosophy and religious thought, art and craft, with a new range of material, form, and critical thought encountered in contemporary Western art practice. And his work is in the permanent collection of National Art Museum of China and Today Art Museum. Now Xiang has lived and worked both in New York and Beijing.
1994 M.F.A Graduate School of China Art Academy, Beijing
1991 B.A. Mural Paintings, Central Academy of Design and Fine Arts of China.