xinxin, The Cure, 2021, oil on canvas, 70x50cm



Xinxin (b.Chongqing, China) is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Sydney. She was trained in Chongqing University in China and UNSW Art & Design in Australia. With a belief in the charm of the unknown, xinxin’s practice aims to explore the sub-consciousness and tell stories from inside each lonesome soul. She has developed a symbolic surreal artistic language in her oil painting, inspired by the oriental Wabi-Sabi and Scandinavia aesthetics and the Northern Renaissance painter Hieronymus Bosch.

Xinxin has exhibited and been collected internationally and has collaborated with a broad range of brands across Australia and Asia.



Born in Chongqing, China
2003 Graduated from College of Arts Chongqing University
2005 Master of Design, UNSW Sydney Art & Design
Present Lives and works in Sydney
2020 “Mirrorim”, duo exhibition, Mona Bar & Space, Beijing, China
“Shapes of Shades”, Bondi Wash, Sydney, Australia
“Wonderland”, Random Art Space, Hangzhou, China
2019 “Shapes of Shades”, 11 Store & Space, Sydney, Australia
“100 Days Dreams – Waves of Consciousness”, InArt Gallery, Beijing, China
2018 “30 Moments of Summer”, Richard’s Lifestyle Space, Hangzhou, China
“100 Days Dreams – To the Fools Who Dream”, Brownie Gallery, Shanghai, China
2017 “100 Days Dreams – The Day Dreams”, Random Art Space, Hangzhou, China
“写 。生|The Talk ”, duo exhibition, Gallery Klei, Sydney, Australia
2022 “Dorveille”, Vermilion Art, Sydney, Australia
2021 The Other Art Fair Sydney, Cutaway at Barangaroo, Sydney, Australia
“Small Works Art Prize”, Brunswick Street Gallery, Melbourne, Australia
2020 “Sideways, After 43 Minutes”, the Side Gallery, Brisbane, Australia
“Les Femmes”, the Space Gallery, Sydney, Australia
2018 Leevan Art Fair, Shangrila Hotel, Shenzhen, China
2019 3×3 International Illustration Show 2019, Honorable Mention
2018 Finalist of Hiii Illustration 2018 International Competition
2017 Merit Award, Hiii Illustration 2017 International Competition
Finalist of China Illustration Biennial 2017

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