• ue Feng, Prosperous carnival profusion 2016-1, 2016, oil on canvas, 160x240cm
  • Xue Feng, Quiet quiescent tranquility 2016-4, 2016, oil on canvas, 200x160cm
  • Xue Feng_Submerged 9_2013_acrylic and oil on canvas_180x150cm

Xue Feng

Xue Feng is best known for his dark atmospheric canvases, where dense layers of brushstrokes exude a sense of loss. His new works see a clear departure from ‘night to day’, with a riot of colourful strokes depicting the joy and vibrancy of spring.


Xue’s ‘Drawing Games’ are evident in their technique of using brushwork in order to embody the movement of branches and leaves. Through this process, the artist is constantly experimenting new possibilities to break through an old style, to expand the same motif indefinitely, or to choose a section of the works to transform them into something new.


1973 born in Zhejiang China
1997 graduated from China Academy of Fine Arts


Selected Solo Exhibitions


Tales on Territories, Boers Li Gallery, Beijing, China



The Tranquility Series - new paintings, Boers Li Gallery, Beijing, China


Enclosure, Boers Li Gallery, Beijing, China


Extended Landscape, Boers Li Gallery, Beijing, China


Selected Group Exhibitions


Breaking The Image-Methods in the Treatment of Imagery by Contemporary artists from China, Sishang Art Museum, Beijing


Enough of Art, TL Magazine Space, Brussels, Rome and Paris
The Lost Portraits,Long Museum, Shanghai, China
Summer 2014: Friends, Pool and Waves,Boers-Li Gallery Boers-Li Gallery, Beijing China


Ignition Point,Duo Lun Museum Of Modern Art, Shanghai, China
Open Books:Artists and the Chinese Folding-book, San Shang Museum of Contemporary Art, Hangzhou, China
CUHK Museum, Hong Kong, China
Indifference, CAA Art Museum, Hangzhou, China


Water stains on the wall—the carrier of formation, Zhejiang Art Museum, Hangzhou, China


line up, Boers-Li Gallery
Blue Roof Museum, Chengdu, China


Image Mashup, Sheng zhen Art Museum, Xian Art Museum


Evolution, Shanghai Duolun, Museum of Modern Art
Reflective, Hangzhou West Lake Art Museum, Beijing /Wall Art Museum
In Rock Bund Art Museum, Shanghai, China


Future Sky, Today Art Museum, Beijing, China