Fang Di

(b 1987)
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Fang Di is a Chinese artist based in Shenzhen, China, and Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea. His works delve into the racism and geopolitical research. By incorporating references to news and politics, his works use multiple vocabularies to investigate our intertwined city life and attempt to pursue the root of special communities in communitarianism.

Fang has exhibited at many solo shows: recent project DÀ Qi DÀ LUÒ at Vanguard Gallery (Shanghai ,2017), Lost in Shenzhen presented by Jiu Society at 33 Art Space (Shenzhen ,2016), HIT ME! at the Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts (Wilmington ,2013). His group shows include: Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art (Manchester,2019), Shanghai Biennale (Shanghai,2018), Julia Stoschek Collection(Düsseldorf,2018), Shenzhen & Hong Kong Bi-city Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture (Shenzhen,2017), He Xiangning Art Museum(Shenzhen,2017), Today Art Museum (Beijing,2015), Guangdong Museum of Art (Guangzhou,2015), Moscow International Biennale for Young Art (Moscow,2014), Maryland Art Place (Baltimore,2013). Fang’s films have been screened at Chicago Underground Film Festival (Chicago, 2014) and Pantalla Fantasma (Basque Country, 2014). He is a recipient of the New Star Award (2017) ,Toby Devan Lewis Fellowship (2013) and finalist of Yishu 8 Award. And he has been a resident artist at Djerassi Resident Artists Program (California,2014) and Storefront for Art and Architecture (New York ,2013). Fang received a BFA from Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts and MFA from Maryland Institute College of Art. He is also co-founder of Jiu Society.

Works
Minister 2019
The Magical of Pipes 2019
HYUNDAI 2018
Triumph in the Skies 2017
The Destination to Promised Land 2017
Hit Me! 2013
YeFu 2013
Columbus Resort 2013
Barbie World 2012
Political Issues_For A Better World 2011

Jiu Society's Works
A Community Estate Project 2018
Jiu Jiu Dog Shopping channel 2017
dà qǐ dà luò 2017
Triumph in Hand 2017
Dusk Paradise 2017
Happy Ending 2016
Lost In Shenzhen 2016
360°Without dead end 2016
Shenzhen Citizen Center 2016
Jiu Bobo 2015
Jiu Bao 2015