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Chen Ping

A Chinese-Australian artist who work exists between two cultures and societies.

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TIME, SPACE AND EXISTENCE – Chen Ping

I exemplify a fusion of all three of these elements in my works. My works are a product of existing between two different cultures and societies they seek to explore and return to the beginnings of culture and re-examine the relationship between people, their environment, and animals.

TIME
Over time my works have changed as the environment has changed around me. My life experiences have also evolved over time as does culture in both China and Tasmania. Chinese culture has become less defined and more blended.

Moving from China to Tasmania has cultivated my perception of changes in landscapes, people, and animals.

My studio is so close to mountains in Hobart, Tasmania and I start my day taking an hour-long walk up to the mountain before returning to paint in the studio. Most of the time, I am alone in the mountains. I have experienced the untouched landscapes such as old growth forests, mountain lakes, rivers and snow mountains; wild animals such as Tasmanian devils, wombats and echidnas; and the ever changing weather. A rainbow is visible nearly every day in the sky and quite often different colour auroras. I look into the relationships between human nature, animals, and landscapes, which make my mind wander to ancient Chinese mythology. I always imagine how the primitive ancient Chinese would react to the same raw beauties of Tasmania, which could have existed many thousands years ago. In fact, a geography book, “Shan Hai Chin”, written 2 to 3 thousands years ago, describes the world as a great wonder in where there were lots unseen mountains, oceans and animals. These picturesque scenes hold special meaning and are unique to my perspective as someone who has left a destructive modern China and moved to a pristine and beautiful Tasmania. Over time in China the landscapes have changed from nature to material. This has affected the Chinese persona and their connection to the spiritual past. The spirit of China has been replaced by materials.
Reflecting between the times of ancient and current, my emotion explodes in my works, of which the elements of the paintings and methodology are unique and organic to time period and place where they were created. They cannot be reproduced.

SPACE
China is an ancient place that has been polluted and broken down over time while Tasmania has retained is natural state allowing people to connect with their spirituality.

Within my paintings the figures are emerging and disappearing at the same time. The animals, people and landscapes transcend into one another much like they do in reality, this is the way I see the world. The movement, disappearance and blending of shapes and forms relate to the loss of identity of people living within China. In ancient China, people believed their ancestors were from different kinds of animals. Animals were considered to be spiritual guides and people were intertwined and dependent upon them. In this wonderful world, beautiful spirits floated between physical and metaphysical spaces. This is exemplified by the organic and blended nature of the forms in the works. The work cannot exist by singling out a single element because all parts are transcendent of one another. Although the use of colours sometimes reflects nature, there are attempts to invent accidental colours in my work to lead viewers into a different reality – a magical one.

EXISTENCE
The motives behind my works are creation without reason and relate to nature, mythology, and society. Existence and creation are both bound by chance and determined by choices made in the moment, which change the future and past.
I have done sketches in the mountains; I have researched human figures, plants and animals both in real life and from books. Additionally I have been studying ancient Chinese arts, artefacts and sculptures. As a result, I can freely create different colours and patterns of animals; even mask-like animal faces in my paintings. The animals in my work are not specific they are trans-geographical and timeless. The landscape elements, such as flowers, rainbows, clouds and light are eternal. These are reminders that the surviving animals in Tasmania have been struggling against their extinction in modern times and that Tasmania’s efforts and environmental protection movements are necessary to preserve one of the world most natural heritages.

However, the choices made by Chinese society, my home country, have been destructive. They have created a breakdown in culture and I am worried about how people will survive without their identity. China is currently experiencing destruction, depression, suppression, and political upheaval. The killing of endangered animals and the polluted environment have created a disconnect between people, animals, landscapes and spirituality. The ancient mind of China has been destroyed along with the landscapes of the timeworn country. This body of work is evidence that ideologies can still live on within individuals who choose to embrace the relationships between people, landscapes, and animals as an important part of their personal journey. People should be able to look to the natural environment to find meaning and an understanding of themselves.

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EDUCATION
1981 Sub-High School, Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art, China: Certificate
1985 Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art, China: BFA (Education)
1997 The School of Art, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia: BFA (Painting )

ARTISTIC PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
1985-90 Assistant Lecturer, Shantou University, Guangdong, China
1986-90 Member of Shantou Painting Society, China
1989- Member of Chinese Artists Association, China
1997 Finalist, Hutchins Art Prize, Long Gallery, Hobart, Australia
1999- Resident artist, Salamanca Arts Centre, Hobart, Australia
2000-01 Guest Speaker, Printmaking Dept. The School of Art, University of Tasmania, Australia
2001- Member of Contemporary Art Tasmania, Australia
2002-2005 Member of the Art Sub-committee, Salamanca Arts Centre, Australia
2002- Representation, Colville Gallery, Hobart, Australia
2003 Co-Curator, ‘Out of China’, Long Gallery, Salamanca Arts Centre, Australia
Co- Curator, ‘Tasmanian Vision’, Shantou University Gallery, China
2005 The Glover Prize, Finalist, Evandale, Australia
Representation, Mahoneys Galleries, Melbourne, Australia
2006- Representation, Art Equity, Sydney, Australia
2008- Presentation, Guangdong Museum of Art, China
Presentation, White Rabbit Contemporary Chinese Art Collection, Sydney, Australia
Representation, Vis-à-vis Art Lab, 798, Beijing, China
Representation, Osage Gallery, Hong Kong, China
Representation, Gaffer Studio, Hong Kong, China
2008 Australian-China Council Grant, Australia
Arts Tasmania Grant, Australia
Tasmanian Premier Grant, Australia
Red Gate Gallery Residency, Beijing, China
Guardian Auction, Guangzhou, China
Winner, ‘Side By Side’ Art Competition, UK
2009 Representation, Galerie Trajectoire, France
Representation, EL Projected, New York, USA
Presentation, Davis Museum, Barcelona, Spain
Australian Government Foreign Affair and Trade EMDG Grant, Australia
2010 Representation, Melbourne International Fine Art, Melbourne Australia
Represetation, Colville Gallery, Hobart, Australia
Representation, Tally Beck Contemporary, North America, Europe, Asia
Virtual Exhibition, Today Art Museum, Beijing, China.
2011 Representation, Tyche-Tyche, London, UK
Representation, Pearl Lam Fine Art, Shanghai, China
Speaker, Asian Art Forum, Contempo, Art Gallery of NSW, Sydney, Australia
2012 Donation, Members’ Travel Draw, The Art Gallery Sociality of New South Wales, Sydney, Australia
Print Editions, Sequoia Tees, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Acceptance to Time-Space-Existence#2, Venice Biennale 2013, style Art Affairs Foundations, Netherlands
Participant, Made in China Australia, The Australia Council for the Art Grant 2013 Residency, Shang Yuan Art Museum, Beijing, China
2013 Residency, Shang Yuan Art Museum, Beijing, China
Attendance to Time-Space-Existence#2, 55th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
Project co-ordinater, MoCA West Lake, Hang Zhou, China and style Art Affairs Foundations, Venice
Speaker, Dialogue with Jason Yeap, Trustee of National Gallery of Victoria, Mapping Melbourne, Melbourne, Australia
Inclusion, A Thousand Living Painters, New Masters 2013-Verfhond’s List, Meristem, Holland
2014 Speaker, Australian Culture and Commerce Association, Sydney, Australia
Speaker, Australian School, Singapore
Participant, Paint Face, The Australia Council for the Arts Presentation and Promotion Grant
Inclusion, A Thousand Living Painters, New Masters 2014-Verfhond’s List, Meristem, Holland

EXHIBITIONS
1985 ‘Graduation Exhibition-Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art’, Gallery of Culture Park, Guangzhou, China
1986 ‘Teachers’ Exhibition’, Shantou University Gallery, China
1987 ‘Annual Member Exhibition’, Shantou Painting Society, Shantou Museum, China
1989 ‘Shantou University Teachers’ Exhibition’, Gallery of Shantou Institute of Art, China
1990 ‘East Sydney Scenes’, The Watercolour Gallery, Sydney, Australia
1997 ‘Hue’s Hue’, Entrepot Gallery, The School of Art, Hobart, Australia
‘Affinity’, Fine Art Gallery, University of Tasmania, Hobart, Australia
‘Beaching the Whale’, Long Gallery, Hobart, Australia
‘International Art Exhibition of Chaoshan Origin’, Gallery of Shantou Institute of Art, China
‘Hutchins Art Awards’, Long Gallery, Hobart, Australia
2000 ‘Box – viewpoint’, Solo Show, Foyer Installation Gallery, Australia
‘Converge’, Group Show, Long Gallery, Hobart, Australia
2001 ‘Drawing into the Square’, Solo Show, Loft gallery, Hobart, Australia
‘Shadowing the Paper’, Solo Show, Salamanca Arts Centre, Hobart, Australia
‘No Escape’, Solo Show, Kelly’s Garden, Salamanca Arts Centre, Australia
2002 ‘Still Time’, Solo Show, The Salamanca Collection, Hobart, Australia
‘Fingering Glover’, Group Show, Long Gallery, Hobart, Australia
‘The Charcoal Grilled She’, Foyer Installation Gallery, Hobart, Australia
2003 ‘Life is Beautiful’ Solo Show (opened by David Hanson, Senior Curator of Tasmania Museum and Gallery), The Salamanca Collection, Hobart, Australia
‘Living Artists Week’, Hobart, Australia
‘Trio’, Loft Gallery, Salamanca Arts Centre, Hobart, Australia
‘Trio’, Shantou University Gallery, China
2004 ‘Figure Out’, Solo Show, The Salamanca Collection, Hobart, Australia
2005 ‘Raphaelite Now’, Solo Show, The Salamanca Collection, Hobart, Australia
‘The Glover Prize’, John Clover Society, Evandale, Tasmania, Australia
‘They Are Figures’, Solo Show, Northern Exposure Festival, Melbourne
Sydney Art Fair, Represented by Mahoneys Galleries, Melbourne, Australia
2006 ‘If Turner Was Here’, Solo Show, The Salamanca Collection, Hobart, Australia
‘Landscape Paintings Launch’. Solo Show, Art Equity, Sydney, Australia
2007 ‘Figure Paintings Launch’, Solo Show, Art Equity, Sydney, Australia
‘Figurative Language’, Solo Show(opened by Rosemary Miller, Director of Salamanca Arts Centre), The Salamanca Collection, Hobart, Australia
‘Island Symphony’, Solo Show, Art Equity, Sydney, Australia
‘Living Artist’s Surviving Human’, Solo Show, Tasmanian Living Artists’ Week, Salamanca Art Centre, Hobart, Australia
2008 ‘Oil Paintings by Three Australian Artists’, Guangdong Museum of Art , Guangzhou, China
‘China’s Exhibition Preview’, Long Gallery, Hobart, Australia
‘Her Dreams’, Solo Show(opened by Michael Edwards, Director of Contemporary Art Tasmania), The Salamanca Collection, Hobart, Australia
‘Ruins’, Solo Show, Vis-à-Vis Art Lab, 798, Beijing, China
‘International Artist Residency Exhibition’, Group Show, Red Gate Gallery, China
Singapore International Art Fair, Presented by Gaffer Studio, Hong Kong
‘Try to Remember’, Group Show, Osage SoHo Gallery, Hong Kong
2009 ‘Melting Human’, Studio Gallery, Salamanca Arts Centre, Hobart, Australia
‘Girl in City’, Solo Show, Art Equity, Sydney, Australia
‘Australian Contemporary Art’, Group Show, Gaffer Studio& Koru Contemporary Art, The Rotunda, Hong Kong
‘Still Life’, Solo Show, The Salamanca Collection, Hobart, Australia
‘Coming Home’, Group Show(Australian Art Council), Linda Gallery, 798, Beijing, China
Singapore International Art Fair, Presented by Gaffer Studio, Hong Kong
Melbourne Art Fair, Presented by The Salamanca Collection, Australia
‘Digital Art Expo International In Downtown Los Angeles’, Participant of Davis Museum, Los Angeles Center for Digital Art, USA
‘One World One Home’, Group Show, Chinese Government Ministry of Culture, Qing Tong Museum,Ordos,Inner Mongolia, China
2010 ‘Three Australian Painters’, Australian Consulate General, New York, USA
Group Show, Eli Klein Fine Art, New York, USA
‘Ancient Dreams’, Art Equity, Sydney, Australia
‘Other’, solo show, Colville Gallery, Hobart, Australia
It’s Song, It’s Dream, Solo Virtual Project, Today Art Museum, Beijing, China
Beijing International Art Fair, Presented by Today Art Museum, Beijing, China
Asian Art 2010, group show, Tally Beck Contemporary, New York, Mobile and San Francisco, USA
Sydney Art2010, Art Equity, Sydney Australia
Annual Show, Melbourne International Fine Art, Australia
Confucius, Other Realities. Solo Show, Tally Beck Contemporary, New York.
2011 Broken Hearted, solo show, Melbourne International Fine Art, Australia
Los Angeles Art Show2011, China Today, Represented by Gaffer, Hong Kong
Scope New York art fair 2011, Represented by Tally Beck Contemporary
Hong Kong Art 2011, Represented by Tally Beck Contemporary
New Paintings, solo show, Art Equity, Sydney, Australia
New Paintings, solo show, Colville Gallery, Hobart, Australia
Artmrkt2011, San Francisco, Represented by Tally Beck Contemporary, USA
SCOPE Basel, represented by Tally Beck Contemporary, New York
Next, Art Chicago2011
Group Show, Pearl Lam Fine Art Shanghai, China
Artmrkt Hamptons 2011, group show, Represented by Tally Beck Contemporary, New York, USA
Artmrkt, Texas Contemporary, Represented by Tally Beck Contemporary New York, Houston, USA
Art Asia Miami,presented by Tally Beck Contemporary New York, Miami, USA
2012 Los Angeles Art Show, Represented by Tally Beck Contemporary New York,
Los Angeles, USA
Man and Universe are One, Gaffer, Hong Kong
Creation of Phoenix, Solo Show, Tally Beck Contemporary, New York, USA
The Myth of Dragon and Phoenix, Art Equity, Sydney, Australia
Phoenix, Colville Gallery, Hobart, Australia
Art Platform, Represented by Gaffer Hong Kong, Los Angeles, USA
Artmrkt Hamptons 2012, group show, Represented by Tally Beck Contemporary, New York, USA
2013 AES+F, Dale Frank, Yushitaka Amano, Chen Ping, Group Show, Art Statements & Gaffer, Hong Kong
Time-Space-Existence#2, 55th Venice Biennale, Group Show, Personal Structures, Venice, Italy
International Artists Exchange Program, Group Show, Shuanyun Art Museum, Beijing, China
Flying with Birds, Solo Show, Art Equity, Sydney, Australia
Falling Leaves, Solo Show, Melbourne International Fine Art, Melbourne, Australia
Waking up the Sky, Shaking the Land, Colville Gallery, Hobart, Australia
2014 Zen Flies Over, Solo Show, Singapore High Commission, Singapore
Seeking – Australian Chinese Artists, Group Show, Australia China Culture Council, Sydney, Australia
Paint Face, Group Show, Constance ARI, Hobart, Australia
Art Wall, Judges’ Chambers, Supreme Court Tasmania, Hobart, Australia
Group Show, Poly International Auction(China), Sydney, Australia
Unseen Mountain, Solo Show, Colville Gallery, Hobart, Australia
Made in China Australia, National Touring Exhibition, Australia
Group Show, Beyond Colours Gallery, Singapore
Artmrkt, San Francisco2014, Tally Beck Contemporary New York, San Francisco, USA

COLLECTIONS
Chinese President Xi Jinping and Madam Peng Liyuan
Will Hodgman Premier of Tasmania
Guangdong Museum of Art, China
Tasmanian Museum and Art gallery, Australia
Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art, China
White Rabbit Contemporary Chinese Art Collection, Sydney, Australia
Davis Museum
Popov private collection, Moscow, Russia
Privates and Organizations- USA, Switzerland, Austria, England, Ireland, Germany, Japan, New Zealand, Denmark, Hong Kong, Australia
Shangyuan Art Museum, Beijing, China

PUBLICATIONS
1986 Chen Ping, Illustration, Overseas Chinese Literature Magazine, Shantou University, China
1987 Chen Ping, ‘Village’, Shantou Daily, China
1985 Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art , ‘Artworks by Students of Guangzhou Academy of Fine Art’, National Art Schools Series, China
2005 Australian Art Collector, Issue 32, ‘Raphaelite Now’, Australia
2007 Australian Art Collector, Issue 41, ‘Figurative Language’, Australia
2008 Guangdong Museum of Art, International Exchange Series, ‘Oil Paintings by Three Australian Artists’, Guangdong, China
Australian Art Collector, Issue 45, ‘Her Dreams’, Australia
2009 Vis-à-Vis Art Lab, ‘Chen Ping Painting’, Beijing, China
2010 Broadway Gallery, ‘Three Australia Painters’, New York, USA
2011 Tim Phelan, Amazon, 50 Contemporary Artists, USA
MIFA, Metaphysics, Chen Ping’s Exhibition, Melbourne, Australia
2012 MacMillan Dist, Chen Ping Painting, Mini Books (Australian Artists Series), PalgraveMacMillan, Australia
2013 Personal Structures, Time-Space-Existence#2, 55th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
2014 style Arts Foundation, Catalogue 2, Time-Space-Existence#2, 55th Venice Biennale, Venice, Italy
Australia China Culture Council, Seeking – Australian Chinese Artists Group Exhibition, Sydney, Australia

BIBLIOGRAPHY
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Garden Path, a painting by Zsuzsa Kollo, 2010
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