Chinese Folk Art and Modern Paper Cutting

1994: Graduated from Central Academy of Fine Arts, Dept. of Folk Art, Beijing, China.

1990: Beijing Haidian Art Vocational School, Major: Fine Art.
Recent Exhibition History:

2009: May:Hu Bing and Xin Song:Breaking line,Cheryl Mcginnis Gallery,NewYork.

2009: April: Group Exhibition:Seeds of the wild,Puffin Room Gallery,SoHo,NewYork.

2008: November;Group Exhibition:Coney Island Maybe,Puffin Room Gallery,SoHo,NewYork.

2008: August:Solo Exhibition at Taowatergallery,Provincetown.MA.

2008: March:Solo Exhibition at Fine Art Work Center Gallery.Provincetown.MA.

2008: February:Group show at Cheryl McGinnis Gallery,NewYork.

2008: January:2007-2008 Visual art fellows at PAAM(Provincetown Art Association and Museum) MA.

2007: November:Group Exhibition,Touched by Wemen’s Hands,Flushing Council on Culture and the Arts,Queens,New York.

2006: June:Group Exhibition,Going Underground, Art At Large,New York.

June:Group Exhibition,2006 HOME ROOM, Asian American Artist Alliance Gallery,Brooklyn,New York.

2005: December:Group Exhibition,EATART8, Asian American Artist Alliance Gallery,Brooklyn,New York.

November:GroupExhibition,Tunnels&Bridges, Ceres Gallery,Chelsea,New York.

March:Curated a Group Exhibition, BeiJing Spring, PuffinRoom Gallery, SoHo, New York.

2004: July: Group Exhibition, Talking Hand, AIR Gallery, Chelsea, New York

2003: May: Group Exhibition, Accumulative Efforts, Phoenix Gallery, Soho, New York.

July: Set Design: Treaders in the Snow (dance performance), Puffin Room Gallery, Soho, New York.

2002: March: Group Exhibition: Raffled Feathers – Puffin Room Gallery, Soho, New York.

April: Group Exhibition: Warm Days, Blue Skies - Manhattan Borough president C. Virginia Fields Offices, New York.

June: Group Exhibition: WAR – Puffin Room Gallery, Soho, New York.

July: Group exhibition: Leaps and Bounds – Phoenix Gallery, Soho, New York.

2001: March: Solo Exhibition: AmerAsia Bank Gallery, New York.

July: Group exhibition: Phoenix Gallery, Soho, New York

October: Solo Exhibition: Xin Song’s Dreams – Qingping Teahouse Gallery, Boston, USA.

December: Eat Art Group Exhibition: AIR Gallery, New York

1998: Featured Artist on “English Bridge”, a program on China Central Television – as an instructor of Chinese paper cuts.

December: Group Exhibition at the Hilton Hotel, Beijing, China.

1996/97: Featured Artist: The Here and Now Gallery, Beijing, China.

1995: August: Invited by the Chinese Ministry of Culture to participate in The China Art Exposition. Work was selected for publication in accompanying catalogue and received an Honor’s Certificate.

October: Participation in the China paper cutting exhibition,Contemporary Gallery of China, Beijing.

Bibliography / Publications:

“Breaking line” interview with Chelsea Clinton News, New York.
“Breaking line” interview with XingDao Daily News, New York.
"BeiJing Spring" interview with World Journal Newspaper, New York.
"BeiJing Spring" interview with China Press Newspaper, New York.
"BeiJing Spring" interview with Ming Bao Newspaper, New York.
Interview with WBAI 99.5 radio,New York.
“Leaps and Bounds” interview with XingDao Daily News,New York.
“Ruffled Feathers” Interview with World Journal Newspaper, New York.
“Eat Art” interview with World Journal Newspaper,New York.
“Song Xin’s Dreams” interview with the Xing Dao Daily News, New York.
“Song Xin’s Dreams” interview with World Journal News, New York.
“Modern Paper Cutting” interview with Culture Monthly, Beijing, China.
Illustrated Scotland poem book cover "With A Backward Glance" taken from "Dream and Life" series.
“Modern Paper Cut”, published by
Beijing China Today Company.
Traditional Chinese Story “FengShengYanYi” Illustration book, Nong Cun Du Wu Publishing Company, Beijing, China.
.Award and Residencies:
2006-2007 Shadow Puppet Workshops for Brooklyn students and Brooklyn Public Libraries. (This program is supported by public found, by NYC Dept of Cultural Affairs and the Ford Foundation/Brooklyn Art Council.)
2007 Grant of the Puffin Foundation for art.
2007-2008 Fine arts work center in Provincetown fellowship.