“I feel like it was the first time during the pandemic that thinkers or writers from all over the world were talking about the same issue at the same time,” Sukanya Deb profiles artist Ziyang Wu and his artwork Where Did Macy Go for Stir World.
Continue reading “STIR WORLD | 19 January 2022”
“I feel like it was the first time during the pandemic that thinkers or writers from all over the world were talking about the same issue at the same time,” Ziyang Wu is profiled by Sukanya Deb for STIRWorld about his work Where Did Macy Go?
Continue reading “STIRWORLD | 19 January 2022”
Art In America discusses the curation of NFTs, mentioning Artist Ziyang Wu’s “haunting sci-fi animation” included in the online exhibition “NFS NSFW NFT,” 2021, at New Art City.
Continue reading “ART IN AMERICA | 12 August 2021”
Danni Shen reviews the online exhibition “Wonderland” at EPOCH. The group exhibition, including the work of Ziyang Wu, brings together the work of ten Chinese artists living and working in the United States and observing the imposed stereotypes.
Continue reading “HEICHI MAGAZINE | 08 JULY 2021”
FRONTRUNNER’s Yuhui Kong interviews Ziyang Wu about the artist’s practice during lockdown, career and advice for artists.
Continue reading “FRONTRUNNER | 2 April 2021”
ANTE mag shines a spotlight on artists who made an impact on the 2021 artworks. Among them, Ziyang Wu is interviewed about his practice and upcoming exhibitions.
Continue reading “ANTE MAG | 11 January 2021”
Robert C. Morgan reviews the group exhibition Alienation ? at Eli Klein Gallery in New York City. Curated by Phil Cai, the exhibition highlights the work of eight contemporary Chinese artists based in New York City including Ziyang Wu.
Continue reading “THE BROOKLYN RAIL | December 2020 – January 2021”
Eli Klein Gallery’s group exhibition Alienation? is mentioned in Wall Street International. The exhibition features 8 Chinese artists currently living and working in New York City.
Continue reading “Wall Street International | 3 December 2020”
Silicon Valet’s group exhibition, which includes work by Ziyang Wu, is features Vie des arts. The review of the virtual gallery’s exhibition highlights Wu’s artwork A Woman with the Technology Part 4 (2019).
Continue reading “VIE DES ARTS | Autumn 2020”
Ziyang Wu’s video work A Woman with the Technology is discussed in Neural, describing the artist’s use of keywords and AI technology.
Continue reading “NEURAL | 17 July 2020”
Ziyang Wu’s video work A Woman With The Technology is declared as ‘ An Important and (and scary) picture of the future’ by It’s Nice That.
Continue reading “IT’S NICE THAT | 22 May 2020”
Rhizome includes Ziyang Wu in collaboration with NEW INC and Nokia Bell Labs. the project the historic ‘Experiments in Art and Technology’ project connects artists with engineers.
Continue reading “RHIZOME | 22 May 2020”
Ziyang Wu’s The Last Subway, Included in the group exhibition at Institute of Contemporary Art, is mentioned in Julia Davies roundup of must-see art exhibitions in Philadelphia.
Continue reading “34TH ST | 23 June 2019”
Artforum writes on the recipients of the Macdowell Award Fellowship including Ziyang Wu.
Continue reading “ARTFORUM | 21 May 2019”
Li Qiong discusses immersive digital art in relation to contemporary spiritualism, mentioning Ziyang Wu’s artwork Fantasy city at Wangfu Central in Beijing for CGTN.
Continue reading “CGTN | 19 March 2019”
Rochester Art Center’s Art(ists) on the Verge 9 exhibition featuring work by Ziyang Wu is listed as one of ‘the year’s best Twin Cities art exhibitions’ by the Star Tribune.
Continue reading “STAR TRIBUNE | 20 December 2018”
MN Artists features review for the exhibition Andy Warhol: Minnesota Goes Pop by Suzanne Szucs in which she discusses Ziyang Wu’s work The Story of the Pig.
Continue reading “MN ARTISTS | 24 April 2017”
1 GRANARY’s Alice Bell mentions Ziyang Wu’s The Story of the Pig in a review of the group exhibition Wavelength, curated by Liya Liu.
Continue reading “1GRANARY | 28 February 2017”
Artnet News lists the group show at The Hole featuring work by Ziyang Wu in a roundup of art exhibitions to see during New York Fashion Week. The exhibition, WAVELENGTH II: New Consumerism was curated by Yi Wang and combined works of art in fashion in questions of sustainability and authenticity.
Continue reading “Artnet News | 9 February 2017”
Ziyang Wu’s contribution to the group show at the Rhode Island School of Design is named a “stand-out piece” by Caia Hagel for Aesthetica Magazine.
Continue reading “AESTHETICA | 11 June 2016”