Liang Ban was born in Guangxi, China in 1985. He currently lives and works in Beijing, China.
Liang Ban’s creative practice draws from human civilization and fictional mythologies. By connecting the essences of universal consciousness to individual or socio-political tragedies, he elucidates the deeper implications of modern events.
Liang Ban's solo exhibitions include, Pearl Rolling Across the Floor, de Sarthe, Hong Kong (2020); Diary of a Pioneer, de Sarthe, Hong Kong (2018); Self-Created Universe, Klein Sun Gallery, New York, USA (2017); Landscape Browser, de Sarthe Gallery, Beijing, China (2016) and Slightly Confused, Taikang Space, Beijing, China (2016).
His has also been invited to exhibit at museums and institutes including: Power Station of Art, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, OCAT Shanghai Project Space, Taikang Space (Beijing), Goethe-Institut China, Chicago Museum of Contemporary Photography, Beijing Minseng Art Museum, Shanghai Aiqin Shopping Center & UCCA, Macao Museum of Art, Art Museum of Nanjing University of the Arts, CAFA Art Museum, Busan Museum of Art, Chengdu A4 Contemporary Arts Center, Museum of Contemporary Art of Rome, Qinghua University Art Museum, School of Arts Peking University.
Liang Ban is the recipient of the Jimei x Arles Nomination Award (2016), and Art Sanya Hua Yu Youth Discovery Award (2016).
Learn more about Liang Ban's artwork in Episode 5 of On-Site Notes
Visit the artist's online portfolio with more information about his artworks, select museum shows, and more.
de Sarthe past exhibitions:
Pearl Rolling Across the Floor, 26 September - 14 November, 2020
Diary of a Pioneer, 27 January - 17 March, 2018
Reversal Ritual, 23 March - 13 May, 2017
Landscape Browser, curated by Bao Dong, 9 December, 2016 - 26 February, 2017