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  • Du Feichen
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1989 Born in Zibo, Shandong Province
2012 Graduated from Comprehensive Painting and Painting Department of Tianjin Fine Arts with a bachelor's degree
2012 Graduated from the Central Art Materials Art Studio with a master's degree
Currently works and lives in Beijing


The Mirror of Silence - Zhang Ruo and Du Feichen Double Solo Exhibition, Liahona Art Space, Beijing, China

Having Traces - Du Feichen Solo Exhibition, Yigou Art Space,Beijing, China


2018 Art Nova 100, Guardian Art Center, Beijing, China


Vita - Group Exhibition, SZ Art Space, Beijing, China

The Fusion - Contemporary Art Exhibition, Longcheng International Art Space, Beijing, China
Exotic - Group Exhibition, Liahona Art Space, Beijing, China

Together - Group Exhibition, Rhythm Art Museum, Beijing, China
Asian Young Artist Nomination Exhibition Today Art Museum, Beijing, China


Invitation Exhibition of Outstanding Chinese Artists' Works, 188 Contemporary Art Center, Shanghai, China


My work –– Seed Project uses a biological way of thinking to find out how genes make us, as well as its inheritance and development. "Seed" is a synonym I gave to the gene and "Plan" refers to a question based on it –– where could the gene vector of the “Seed” go? Human civilization is so young that it is only the last minute of a year compared to the history of the Earth. The dramatic development of this current information age accelerates the journey from start to finish. Everything has a process of emergence, development, and extinction. From a sufficiently high perspective of time dimension, this is the genetic history of existing. Is there a plan of the core of my work –– “Seed "?


Feichen's work is obviously offbeat as it has its own conception and independent imagination in terms of volume, shape, and color transition and comparison. These undoubtedly uncover his long-term meditation of art and dynamic thinking! I said so because I have many years of appreciation of art history, especially Germany’s New-expressionism and the abstract expressionism of the United States, over the past half century.

–– Xu Liang, World Art