Yuxin Jiang

Yuxin Jiang is an artist working to challenge the thinking on intersectional identity issues through analysing cultural forms, such as languages, image culture, and her own living experience of becoming a global citizen. Her practice is shifting towards one that is collaborative and functional with an increased interest in situating her work in multiple contexts including but not limited to art.

She lives and works in London and Shanghai.

She is also co-founder of pic.londona platform that supports artists working in photography and media arts.

She is a visiting lecturer at London College of Communication, Camberwell College of Arts, and the University of Westminster.

  • Syllabus V (2019/20), a collaborative artist learning programme organised by Wysing Arts Centre (Cambridgeshire), Eastside Projects (Birmingham), Iniva (London), The NewBridge Project (Newcastle), S1 Artspace (Sheffield) and Spike Island (Bristol)

  • Parallel 3rd Cycle (2019/20) New Artist, a European-wide artist and curator development programme for photographic practice

  • a-n Bursaries: Time Space Money 2020
  • Artquest ASSIST programme 2019
  • Lianzhou Foto Festival 2018 Jury Prize winner
  • Jimei x Arles Discovery Award 2017 Nominee
  • The Magenta Foundation Flash Forward 2016 UK winner
  • Magnum & Photo London's Graduate Photographer Award 2016 Nomination
  • Best Graduate Photography 2015, Source Magazine

  • Broken Secrets, Fondazione Modena Arti Visive, Modena, Italy (September – present, 2020)
  • Under (De)construction, Landskrona Foto Festival, Landskrona, Sweden (September 2020)
  • Some Bodies – Narratives Around the Other Body, FotoFestiwal, Lodz, Poland (August – present, 2020)
  • Inside the Labyrinth of Knossos, Lianzhou Foto Festival 2018, Lianzhou, China (Dec 2018 - Jan 2019)
  • Jimei x Arles International Photo Festival 2017, Xiamen, China (Nov 2017 - Jan 2018)
  • ISSP Group Exhibition, Kuldīga, Latvia (Aug 2016)
  • Not Here, Radiant Gallery, Plymouth, UK, (May - Jun 2016)
  • The Pensive Image, Ambika P3 Gallery, London, UK (Sept 2015)


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