Ma Qiusha Solo Exhibition
March 2022 – May 2022
Qiusha Ma, Wonderland-Black, 2019, cement board, nylon stocking, plywood, resin, steel, 960 × 240 × 5.3 cm. Collection of Longlati Foundation. Image courtesy of the artist and Beijing Commune
Ma Qiusha. Courtesy of the artist and Beijing Commune
Ma Qiusha (b. 1982) received her BA in Digital Media Art from China Central Academy of Fine Arts in 2005 and MFA in Electronic Integrated Arts from Alfred University, New York in 2008. She currently lives and works in Beijing. Her solo exhibitions were held at Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, UK (2018); OCT Contemporary Art Terminal Xi’an, China (2018); Beijing Commune, Beijing (2016, 2014, 2013, 2012, 2009); Chinese Arts Centre, Manchester (2013); Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing (2011); Taikang Space, Beijing (2010, 2007), and etc. Ma Qiusha’s art has been featured in major group exhibitions internationally, including Daimler Contemporary (Berlin); Los Angeles County Museum of Art (Los Angeles); Tai Kwun Contemporary (Hong Kong); Smart Museum of Art (Chicago); A4 Art Museum, (Chengdu, China); Power Station of Art (Shanghai); Beijing Minsheng Art Museum (Beijing); chi K11 Art Museum (Shanghai); Para Site (Hong Kong); Centre Georges Pompidou (Paris); Zentrum für Kunst und Medientechnologie (Karlsruhe); Tate Modern Museum (London); Orange County Museum of Art (Orange County, US); Borusan Contemporary (Istanbul); Tampa Museum of Art (Tampa, US); Museum of Fine Arts (St. Petersburg, US); International Studio & Curatorial Program (New York); Groninger Museum (Groningen, the Netherlands); Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (Beijing); Contemporary Arts Museum Houston (Houston, US); Central Academy of Fine Arts Art Museum (Beijing); National Art Museum of China (Beijing); International Studio & Curatorial Program (New York); Internation Contemporary Art Foundation (Bergen); Stavanger Art Museum (Norway) and more. She was nominated for the Pierre Huber Prize (2014) and “Young Artist of the Year” by Award of Art China (AAC) in 2017 and 2013.