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    Lu Zhengyuan is an artist who constantly explores the realm of the unknown through diverse mediums. Beginning with his early work 84 Days, 84 Works, in which he maintained a state of high creative activity and exploration for 84 days, the artist has continually explored integrated creative threads. Through sculpture, video, painting, installation, performances and multimedia interaction, his works breathe life into living perceptions, produce subversive conceptual dislocations, and probe truth, illusion and the trajectories of time.

    Lu Zhengyuan (b.1982, Dalian, Liaoning, China) received his MFA at the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) in Beijing in 2009 and has been teaching at CAFA ever since. Lu has held solo exhibitions and participated in group shows throughout China, Taiwan, Southeast Asia, Europe and the United States. The artist’s important solo exhibitions include “Cross the Ocean – Color Symbiosis” (Galeria Nacional, San Jose, Costa Rica, 2016), “Cross the Ocean – Color Symbiosis” (MAC Museo de Arte Contemporáneo, Panama City, Panama, 2016), “Oxymoron” (MoCA Taipei, Taipei, Taiwan, 2015), “84 Days, 84 – Lu Zhengyuan” (Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, China). Important group shows include, “Tongxi – The 3rd China International Art Forum & Exhibition on Installation Art” (Today Art Museum, Beijing, China, 2016),  “Observer – Creator” (CAFA Art Museum, Beijing, China, 2015), “Relay Race” (National Art Museum of China, China, 2015), “Now is future”(Bonn Contemporary Art Center, Bonn, Germany, 2015), “Cross the Ocean” (Providencia Art Center, Chile, 2015), “China International Art Installations Exhibition” (Long Museum, Shanghai, China, 2014), “Datong International Sculpture Biennale” (China Sculpture Museum, Datong, China, 2013), “Reactivation – 9th Shanghai International Biennale” (Shanghai, China, 2012), “New Vision – Contemporary Chinese Art Exhibition in Portugal” (Lisbon Art Museum, Lisbon, Portugal, 2011), “Gwangju Biennale”(Gwanju, Korea, 2010), and “The Big Bang”(White Rabbit Art Museum, Sydney, Australia, 2010).