C.V.

Yuting.Cai is a Chinese contemporary artist based in both London and Shanghai. Currently active in visual art, curating, critical writing.
He is one of the 35 finalists in Visual Art Open Prize (UK).
Education
Royal College of Art, MA Fine Art-Print, London, UK (2016-2018)
School for Curatorial Studies, Curating Course, Venice, Italy (2017)
NanJing University of Arts, BA Fine Art-Oil painting, Nanjing, China (2012-2016)
University of Birmingham, Fine art-Exchange, Birmingham, UK (2016)

Solo Exhibition/show:
   1. Defibrillation United Art Museum, China, 2018
Group Exhibitions/shows (as an artist):

  1. Attitude (Chun Art Museum, Shanghai,2017)
  2. Freshly Squeezed (CGP Gallery, London, 2017)
  3. The Moon in the Mirror (Aintree Hospital, Liverpool, 2017)
  4. Politickle action (Studio RCA, London, 2017)
  5. WIP show (Royal college of art, London, 2017)
  6. Degree show (Royal college of art, London, 2018)
  7. Hold your horses (CGP Gallery, London, 2018)
  8. Chester Arts Fair (Chester, UK, 2018)
  9. VOA Prize Group Show (Chester Cathedral, UK, 2018)

 
Group Exhibitions/shows (as a curator):
(1). How much is too much? (A Plus A gallery, Venice, 2017)
(2). ABNORMAL STRATEGY- Contemporary art research exhibition (Artree Space, Shanghai, 2017)
(3). Everybody here is a spicy Chicken (Rubbish Center M50, Shanghai, 2016)

Recent published articles in magazines:
(1). Asian Voice at the 57th Venice Biennale. (Art China 2017.7)                                                               (2). Documenta 14 in Athens: Innocence is a mistake, do you understand? 
(Art China 2017. 5)

(3). Future of contemporary art: ending and remodeling of social criticism. (Scope 021 12/1)
(4). London: performance art in internet era.   (ArtChina 2017.2)
(5). For example: ANISH KAPOOR.  (Art China 2017. 5)
(6). Re-definition of the contemporary art in the end of 20th century. (Artworm 2017)
(7). Post- 90th and my choice. (Artscape 2016 5/6)
(8). We have to criticize: Hypocritical discussions of western and eastern culture. (Artscape 2016 1/2)
(9). Contemporary emotion and challenge in painting. 
(ArtChina 2016.3/4)

(10). Painting is back, but in a different way. 
(Artscape 2015.11/12)