Wushuang Tong

Wushuang Tong

New York City, NY, United States

About Wushuang Tong

Wushuang Tong is an interdisciplinary artist working across painting and installation. She is also a poet who immerses in silent communication with books and a musician who spends her spare time with the cello. Through years of indulging in literature and music, she perceives the connection among the different humanities disciplines, thus combining writing and music to recreate surroundings that touch her. Born in China and studied in the US and UK allowed Wushuang to place creation in a multi-cultural context. She is now pursuing a master's degree at the Royal College of Art. Her paintings are collected by collectors worldwide, including the US, Australia, China and Singapore.

Education

MRes Arts & Humanities, Royal College of Art, London
MFA Fine Arts, School of Visual Arts, New York
BFA Fine Arts, School of the Art Institute of Chicago
BA Literature, Wuhan University, China

Exhibitions

2021
(Upcoming) Artexpo New York 2021, Pier 94, New York City, NY
Isolation, San Mei Gallery, London
A Fantastical Archeology, RCA Research Biennale(online), London

2020
We Are Open, Starta Arta, New York City, NY
Juries-selected Young Artist Promotion List, SichuanArt, Online Exhibition
SuperFine Art Fair, Magic Box, Los Angeles, CA

2019
Rising Stars, Saatchiart, Online exhibition
Now That’s What We Call Love, DCTV, New York City, NY
4 by 4, SVA Chelsea Gallery, New York City, NY
We – Artists Invitational Exhibition, Songcheng Contemporary Art Gallery, Chengdu, Sichuan, China
Sino-USA Next Generation Foundation 10th Charity Auction, Atlanta, GA

2018
Sino-USA Next Generation Foundation 9th Charity Auction, Atlanta, GA

2017
SAIC BFA Show, Sullivan Gallery, Chicago, IL
Ballroom Project, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, IL

2016
ADAD, Art Acker of Berlin Mitte, Berlin, German
Oil Painting: Landscape, International Center for the Arts, Monte Castello di Vibio, Umbria, Italy
Double Lakes Architecture and Design Exhibition, Art Center of Luxelakes, Chengdu, Sichuan, China
Nature, Brickton Art Center, Chicago, IL