2021. Ink and color on silk. 36×36 cm×2 (Combined in one frame).
2021. Ink and color on silk. 103×56 cm;56×56 cm (Combined in one frame).
2018. Ink and color on silk. 67.5×60cm×2.
2017. Ink and color on silk. 20×19.5cm, 20×11.5cm, 33×33cm.
After graduating from the Academy of Fine Arts at Tsinghua University in 2008, Wang He joined the National Palace Museum to work on the reproduction of ancient paintings and calligraphy, and more than ten years have trained his artisanal skills and awakened in him the desire to create his own work through the accumulation of a decade of aesthetic knowledge. What is clear is that he has embedded a number of visual elements outside the Chinese tradition and a more contemporary lens language into the base laid by ancient Chinese painting and calligraphy.
1983 Born in Beijing
2002-2008 BA&MA in Product Design, Department of Industrial Design, Academy of Arts& Design Tsinghua University
2008 Started reproducing ancient paintings and calligraphy in the Palace Museum
2011 Team member of the inheritance of National Intangible Cultural Heritage: replication and reproduction of ancient paintings and calligraphy
2016 Associate professor of library science
2017 Leader of the group of reproduction of ancient paintings and calligraphy
2019 Time Machine: Wang He Solo Exhibition, Time Museum, Beijing, China
2020 The Salvation of Shahrazad: Memo of the New Generation Painting, Hive Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, China
2018 From the Canglong Pavilion, The Fourth Jinji Lake Biennale, Jiang Su, China