# HIHEY000260

SHI JINSONG

Feeding Bottle

Medium : Stainless

Dimensions : 15×7×7.5㎝

Year : 2008

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SHI JINSONG1969 湖北,中国

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Graduated from the Sculpture Department of Hubei Academy of Fine Arts in China in 1994, lives and works in Wuhan and Beijing

Exhibition
2002
“Overwhelming Fun” 3H Art Center Shanghai / Qianbo Gallery New York
“Run and Climb” Ocean Art Center Beijing
2003
“How about China?” Pompidou Centre Paris
"Artificial Breathing" Sanhe Art Center Beijing
“Open the sky” Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art
2005
"The two ends of the world" He Xiangning Art Museum
"Contemporary Chinese Youth Art" No. 7 Hangar Austria
“A Case Study of Five Contemporary Chinese Artists” Today Art Museum
"Mahjong" Borni Museum of Modern Art Switzerland
“Shanghai Cool: Creative Reproduction” Duolun Museum of Modern Art Shanghai
2006
“Hakron 2007 New Product Launch Conference” Platform China Beijing
"Which Baby Products" Qianbo Gallery New York
"Super Design" 6th Shanghai Biennale
"Cold Energy" Table Gallery Beijing
2007
“Blueprint-Longwei Yingcai International School·Spring Tour” Marella Gallery Beijing
"Energy: Spirit, Body, and Matter" The First Documentary Today Exhibition Today Art Museum Beijing
“OPEN10” Venice International Sculpture Installation Exhibition Lido Island Italy
"Floating - A New Generation of Chinese Art" National Museum of Modern Art, Seoul, Seoul
“tree tree tree tree tree tree tree” Today Art Museum Beijing
Chinese Contemporary Sculpture Ten Exhibition Asian Art Center Beijing
2008
“Where: Baby Products” Qianbo Gallery New York
"Custom" Marilla Gallery Milan
"New World Order" Roningen Art Museum, The Netherlands
"Interaction Vision" Duolun Art Museum Shanghai
“Re-Imagining Asia” House of World Cultures Berlin

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