Cui Jie


    Cui Jie, born in 1983, currently lives and works in Shanghai. The modernization, the development of city landscape and the unified and tedious style of contemporary architecture has always been one of the topics being discussed in Cui’s paintings of cities. Connecting and intertwining visions of the past and the present under her brushstrokes, Cui expresses her nostalgia for the past and a seemingly utopian exploration for the future landscape, and hence evokes the viewer’s collective nostalgia.

    Cui graduated from China Academy of Art. She has been included in Phaidon Press’s publication Vitamin P3. Her work has been featured in Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taipei (2020); Centre Pompidou, Paris (2020); X Museum, Beijing (2020); Center for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester (solo; 2019); Sifang Art Museum, Nanjing (2019); Tai Kwun Contemporary Art Museum, Hong Kong (2019); Pilar Corrias, London (solo; 2019); Antenna Space, Shanghai (solo; 2019); Para Site, Hong Kong (2019); OCAT, Shenzhen, China (solo; 2018); Centre Pompidou & Mao Jihong Arts Foundation, Chengdu (2018); Guangdong Time Museum, Guangzhou (2018); MoMA PS1, New York (2017); Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing (2017); Mother’s Tankstation, Dublin, Ireland (solo; 2016); CASS Sculpture Foundation, Chichester, UK (2016); chi K11 art museum, Shanghai; K11 Art Foundation, Hong Kong (2016); Leo Xu Projects, Shanghai (solo; 2014); Tampa Museum of Art, Florida; Oklahoma City Museum of Art, Oklahoma, US (2014). Her work is in the collections of Centre Pompidou, Paris; Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago; Astrup Fearnley Museum, Oslo; Rubell Family Collection, Miami; Kistefos Museum, Jevnaker among others.




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