Feng Mengbo

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Feng Mengbo is a Professor at the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) and graduated from CAFA himself in 1991. He is the first Chinese artist to use computers in his work, and is well known for his video game pieces. Besides interactive art, his works feature calligraphy, painting, photography and music. Feng Mengbo has had solo exhibitions at Hanart TZ Gallery since 1994; Holly Solomon Gallery 1998; Dia Center for the Arts, 2001; The Renaissance Society, 2002; Museum of Contemporary Art, Taipei, 2003; Shanghart Gallery, 2003; Shanghai Gallery of Art, 2010 and 2012; Chambers Fine Art Gallery, 2010 and 2012; UCCA, 2009; PS1, 2010; Today Art Museum, 2011; and Madein Gallery, 2017. His main group shows include Venice Biennial, 1993; Kwangju Biennial, 1995 and 1997; Lyon Biennial, 1997; Johannesburg Biennial, 1997; Documenta, 1997 and 2002; ISEA, 1998; Arts Electronica, 2004; Shanghai Biennial, 2004; and the Guangzhou Biennial, 2002 and 2008. MoMA, Guggenheim, LACMA and the Fukuoka Asian Art Museum have collected his works

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