Biography - Le Guo

Le Guo was born in China in 1964. He received an MA in Fine Art from the Central Saint Martins Col-lege of Art and Design, UK and a BA in Fine Art from North West Normal University, China. He was invited to exhibit his work in the UK by the Arts Council of Great Britain and the Barbican Centre in 1990. He used to teach at the British Museum, the Birkbeck, University of London. He was also invited to deliver lectures at the Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London, the Art Museum of Nanjing University of the Arts and Xi’an Academy of Fine Arts in China.


Recent Solo and Group Exhibitions

2016 Interwoven Abstractions - Gao Brothers and Le Guo, Hua Gallery, Contemporary Chinese Art Gallery Online
2015 Art 15 London 
2015 Art Miami, Miami
2015 A Chinese Conversation, Café Royal, London
2015 Autocatalytic Future Games, No Format Gallery, London
2014 Paradoxical Intentions, Bermondsey Square, London
2013 Nothing is Still, Aria Art Gallery, Florence, Italy
2013 Momentary Suspensions, Hua Gallery, London
2013 Re-Growing, Asia House, London
2012 Creative Cities Collection, Barbican Arts Centre, London
2012 Restless Envisioning, No Format Gallery, Harrington Way, London
2012 Magma Art Event, Apricot Gallery, The Rag Factory, London
2012 Painting and Object – New Works by Le Guo & Jane Cairns, Greenwich Heritage Centre, Lon-don.
2011 Salon Art Prize, Matt Roberts Arts, Vyner Street, London
2011 Desire, The Portman Gallery, Glenthorne Road, London
2011 Pre.Sense, Susan Projects, Headington, Oxford
2011 A Line of Flight, Collective, 37 Camden High Street, London
2010 MA Fine Art Degree Show, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London
2010 Necessary Illusions, MA Fine Art Interim Show, Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, London
2009 Water Lane, Exeter, EX2 8BZ, Exeter

Selected Past Exhibitions

Le Guo exhibited his work in several different galleries and public spaces including solo exhibitions at the Barbican Centre, the Bank of China, Studio 3 Gallery, the Zelda Cheatle Gallery and China Art Cultural Centre in the past. Other works have involved a series of collections and publications on an international scale.