Liu Ding

Liu Ding .- Hero. Escultura .- Granito, marmol y excrementos. 217 x 35 x 35 cms. 2007
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Liu Ding .- Hero. Escultura .- Granito, marmol y excrementos. 217 x 35 x 35 cms. 2007 Liu Ding .- Don't Buy Chinese Contempory Art. Fotografía .- C-print, 168 x 120 cms, 2007 Liu Ding .- Turn Art Galleries Into Markets. Photography .- C-print, 168 x 120 cms, 2007 Liu Ding .- Turn All Museums Into Hospitals. Photography .- C-print, 168 x 120 cms, 2007 Liu Ding .- Stop Production. Photography .- C-print, 168 x 120 cms, 2007 Liu Ding .- Stop Biennials. Photography .- C-print, 168 x 120 cms, 2007 Liu Ding .- Rubbish, Culture. Photography .- C-print, 168 x 120 cms, 2007 Liu Ding .- Has The Tiger Come Downhill. Photography .- C-print, 168 x 120 cms, 2007 Liu Ding .- Fuck Your Mother's Cunt. Photography .- C-print, 168 x 120 cms, 2007 Liu Ding .- Forget About Your Dick. Photography .- C-print, 168 x 120 cms, 2007 Liu Ding .- Dream, Bullshit. Photography .- C-print, 168 x 120 cms, 2007

Important curators, museums, and the international fair circuit have selected LIU DING’s work to include in many international exhibitions. He has taken part in The 2nd Guangzhou Triennial co-curated by Hou Hanru and Hans Ulrico Obrist, held at Guangdong Museum of Art, and the exhibitions Alllooksame, curated by Francesco Bonami at the Fonzazione Sandretto re Rebaudengo in Turin, China Power Station, curated by Julia Peyton-Jones, Han Ulrico Obrist and Gunnar B. Kvaran at the Battersea Power Station in London and at the Fearnely Museum in Oslo, and his performance Tracing the Wind and Shadows was part of the programme at Art Basel Miami Beach 2006. His work has been shown in many museums, including: Seoul Museum of Art, Kunsthalle in Vienna, Rooseum de Malmö, Sweden, Nanjing Museum in Nanjing, China, ZKM Centre for Art & Media, and many others. In the following months he will be taking part in the exhibitions New World Order – Contemporary Chinese Installation Art and Photography at the Groningen Museum, Holland and Far West at the Arnolfini Art Centre in Bristol, UK.