He Wenjue

He Wenjue was born in 1970 in Hunan. After graduation from School of Design of Shenzhen University, he completed the mural teaching assistant course and oil painting study course at Central Academy of Fine Arts, and was a graduate student at Jilin University of Arts. He is currently the vice president of Hunan Oil Painting Society, a member of China Artists Association and Chinese Oil Painting Society. His works have been displayed in exhibitions including “Scenery in Map” Shanghai Solo Exhibition; Solo Exhibition in Frank Schlag Gallery, Essen, Germany; “Sense of the Sparkle: He Wenjue Solo Exhibition”, Singapore; “Water: Senses of Sparkle”, Tang Gallery, Bangkok, Thailand; The 9th and10thNational Annual Fine Arts Exhibition; The 4th Jakarta Contemporary Ceramics Biennale, Indonesia National Art Museum; The 6th International Ceramics Bienal of Marratxi, Spain; “Painting the Present”, Certosa di San Giacomo, Capri, Italy; The 2nd Chinese Oil Painting Biennale, National Art Museum of China; Xinjiang International Art Biennial 2014; “Ethics as the DNA Art” The 9th Florence Biennale; “Sea of Peace: Japan-Korea Contemporary Art Exhibition”, Incheon Art Platform, Korea; “Faces and Figures”, Germany; “East Side”, Michael Schultz Gallery, Berlin, Germany; Vanhaerents Museum Collection Exhibition, Brussel, Belgium; “China Welcomes You”, Oldenburger Stadtmuseum, Germany; “Lebenslust &Totentanz”, Kunsthalle Krems, Austria; The 24th Asian International Art Exhibition, Kuala Lumpur National Art Museum; The 4th Chengdu Biennial; “In a Cosmopolitan City: Group Exhibition of Contemporary Chinese Art”, Meridian International Center, Washington, U.S.A; Chinese Contemporary Art 2008, Korea National Art Museum, Seoul, Korea; The 7th Shanghai International Biennial; Olympic Fine Arts Game 2008, China International Exhibition Center; 15 Contemporary Chinese Artists Art Season Exhibition, Switzerland; “Floating: Contemporary Chinese Art”, Korea National Art Museum; Today Art Exhibition, China National Art Museum; Contemporary Chinese Art, Opera Gallery Paris, andLondon.