Song Dong, Same Bed Different Dreams No. 3, 2018, steel, wooden windows/doors/beds, mirror, coated glass, lights, daily necessities, porcelain, 254.5 cm × 224.5 cm × 361 cm (8' 4-3/16" × 88-3/8" × 11' 10-1/8") © Song Dong Song Dong Detailsb. 1966, Beijing, China Song Dong, a key figure in Chinese contemporary art, explores themes of memory, self-expression, impermanence, and the transience of human endeavors.His projects are often composed with quotidian objects and ephemera, proposing a destabilization of material hierarchies in relationship to personal and global themes.Song was introduced to painting and calligraphy at a young age, which ultimately led him to study painting. He was acutely aware of the 85 New Wave movement during this time, which proposed a radical turn toward expressive and experimental innovations. In addition, the work of Robert Rauschenberg had a profound impact on his practice and contributed to his abandonment of painting in favor of video and performance. One of Song’s earliest performance pieces, Another Lesson: Do You Want to Play with Me? (1994), questioned the roles of educational institutions, transforming the Central Academy of Fine Arts Gallery into a classroom in which exam papers covered the walls and floor, middle-school students were instructed to read blank textbooks, and participants were invited to write on surrounding blackboards. The performance was shut down within half an hour of its opening by the police, who accused the artist of inciting the public and creating a fire hazard. Song Dong, Water Diary, 1995, color photograph, 40 cm x 60 cm (15-3/4" x 23-5/8") each, 4 pieces Song’s investigations of impermanence led him to create performances that he has revisited in ongoing iterations, such as Water Diary (1995–) wherein the artist documented his daily activity of writing in water on stone, only to watch it evaporate. Inspired by childhood memories of food scarcity, Song used the cultural significance of food as a means to inspire dialogue and participation in pieces such as Edible Pen Jing (Bonsai) (2000) and his later Eating the City series.In 2005, Song created the installation Waste Not as an act of physical and psychological unpacking. Consisting of over ten thousand items accumulated by his mother over a span of five decades, Waste Not exists as a veritable landscape of commodities. Ranging from bottle caps, shoes, blankets, toothpaste tubes, metal pots, and toys the installation becomes a meditation on consumption and the archive.Song’s practice encompasses performance, installation, video, sculpture, painting, and calligraphy, often combining mediums within a single work. Themes of consumption, poverty, and globalization are examined and presented as a means to inspire dialogue and participation. Song Dong, Doing Nothing Doing Debris 009, 2014, old window, 111 cm × 158 cm × 90 cm (43-11/16" × 62-3/16" × 35-7/16") © Song Dong Song Dong, Usefulness of Uselessness - Rectangular Window No. 9, 2017, old wooden window, mirror, mirror panel, glass, hinge, handle, door and window bolts, 68 cm × 172 cm × 8 cm (26-3/4" × 67-11/16" × 3-1/8") © Song Dong Exhibitions View All Pace Live, New York Song Dong Smashing the Limit of the Mirror Past Nov 2–Nov 9, 2019 London Song Dong Same Bed Different Dreams Past Oct 1–Nov 5, 2019 Hong Kong Chewing Gum III Past May 25–Jul 4, 2019 Journal View All Artist Projects Song Dong's "Writing Diary with Water" at the 2018 Kochi-Muziris Biennale Jan 07, 2019 Museum Exhibitions 'Art and China after 1989: Theater of the World' at the Guggenheim Oct 06, 2017 Museum Exhibitions Liu Jianhua and Song Dong at Tate Modern's Switch House Jun 20, 2016 One-Artist Exhibitions Group Exhibitions Public Collections Periodicals Books and Catalogues Close Song DongOne-Artist Exhibitions Song Dong One-Artist Exhibitions Born1966, BeijingLives and works in BeijingEducation1985–1989, Capital Normal University, Beijing, BA2019Song Dong: Smashing the Limit of the Mirror, Pace Live, 540 West 25th Street, New York, November 2–9, 2019.Song Dong: Same Bed Different Dreams, Pace Gallery, London, October 1–November 5, 2019.2017The Borderless Wall, Fei Gallery, Guangzhou, December 18, 2017–March 5, 2018.Song Dong: Usefulness of Uselessness, Pace Seoul, December 7, 2017–February 14, 2018.Song Dong: Eating the City, Mana Contemporary, Jersey City, New Jersey, October 15–December 15, 2017.Song Dong: I Don’t Know the Mandate of Heaven, Rockbund Art Museum, Shanghai, January 20–March 26, 2017.2016Song Dong: A World in A Well, chi K11 Art Space, Shanghai, May 21–June 30, 2016.Song Dong: A Flourishing Void, The NYU Shanghai Art Gallery, March 11–May 7, 2016.2015Song Dong: Surplus Value, Pace Beijing, December 19, 2015–February 27, 2016.Song Dong, Kunsthalle Dusseldorf, December 6, 2015–March 13, 2016.Song Dong: Sketch, Pace Hong Kong, 15C Entertainment Building, 30 Queen's Road Central, October 7–November 7, 2015.Song Dong: Life is Art, Art is Life, Groninger Museum, The Netherlands, June 13–November 1, 2015. (Catalogue)2014Song Dong: Regenerate, Baró, São Paulo, August 30–November 10, 2014.Song Dong: Doomsday Vault, Songwon Art Center, Seoul, March 22–May 21, 2014.2013Song Dong: Broken Mirror, Burchfield Penney Art Center, Buffalo State College, State University of New York, April 12–August 25, 2013.Song Dong: 36 Calenders, ArtisTree, Hong Kong, January 22–February 8, 2013.Song Dong Doing Nothing, Pace Gallery, 534 West 25th Street, New York, January 18–February 23, 2013, and 510 West 25th Street, New York, January 18–February 16, 2013.Song Dong: Dad and Mum, Don’t Worry About Us, We Are All Well, 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney, January 5–March 30, 2013.Song Dong: Waste Not, CARRIAGEWORKS, Sydney, January 5–March 17, 2013.2012Song Dong: Waste Not, Barbican Art Gallery, London, February 15–June 12, 2012.2011Song Dong: Wisdom of the Poor, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, July 16–September 8, 2011.Song Dong: Dad and Mom, Don’t Worry About Us, We Are All Well, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, San Francisco, February 26–June 12, 2011. (Catalogue)2010Song Dong: A Blot on the Landscape, The Pace Gallery, Beijing, October 30–December 18, 2010.Song Dong: Waste Not, Vancouver Art Gallery, October 2, 2010–January 16, 2011.2009Projects 90: Song Dong, Museum of Modern Art, New York, June 23–September 7, 2009.2008Song Dong, Zendai Museum of Modern Art, Shanghai, September 7–October 5, 2008. (Catalogue)Song Dong: Water Memory, Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle, United Kingdom, July 26–October 5, 2008.2007Song Dong in Beijing Commune, Beijing Commune, April 28–June 8, 2007.2006Song Dong: Restroom M, Gallery at REDCAT, Los Angeles, December 6, 2006–January 28, 2007.2005Song Dong: Broken Mirror, The 59th Minute: Video Art on the NBC Astrovision by Panasonic, Times Square, New York, September 26–November 30, 2005.Song Dong: Waste Not, Beijing Tokyo Art Project, Beijing 798 Factory, September 20–October 23, 2005. (Catalogue)2004Song Dong: Water Works, Chinese Arts Center, Manchester, United Kingdom, December 3, 2004–February 14, 2005.Song Dong: Floating, 4A Gallery, Sydney, June 4–October 2, 2004.2000Song Dong in London, Tablet Gallery, London, June 30–July 29, 2000. (Catalogue)Song Dong: Edible Pen Jing (Bonsai), Gasworks International Art Studio, London, April 1–July 1, 2000.1997Song Dong: Look, Contemporary Art Gallery, Beijing, 1997.1995Song Dong: Bei Fang, Zhao Yao Gallery, Beijing, 1995.1994Song Dong: Forty-One Middle School: Video Installation Art Show, Forty-One Middle School, Beijing, 1994.1992Song Dong: Show of Oil Paintings, Culture Palace, Beijing, 1992. Song DongGroup Exhibitions Song Dong Group Exhibitions 2019The Allure of Matter: Material Art from China, Los Angeles County Museum of Art, California, June 2, 2019– January 5, 2020. Traveled to: Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago, February 4–May 3, 2020; Seattle Art Museum, June 25–September 13, 2020; Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts, November 14, 2020–February 21, 2021. (Catalogue)Chewing Gum III, Pace Gallery, 12/F, H Queen’s, 80 Queen’s Road Central, Hong Kong, May 25–July 4, 2019.Spirit of Ink Art – New Creation from Traditional Thoughts and Wisdom, Ji’ning Art Museum, Ji’ning, China, May 1–July 20, 2019.Return to Nature (Zao Xue Han Zhang), Lévy Gorvy, Hong Kong, March 26–May 18, 2019.2018The 2018 Guang'an Field Art Biennale, Wusheng Bao Zhen Sai, Guang’an, China, December 16, 2018–May 10, 2019.Kochi-Muziris Biennale, Kochi, Kerala, India, December 12, 2018–March 29, 2019.Minimalism: Space. Light. Object., National Gallery Singapore and ArtScience Museum, Singapore, November 16, 2018–April 14, 2019.40X40, from 1978 to 2018, Art History Shaped by 40 Artists, Powerlong Museum, Shanghai, November 10, 2018–March 3, 2019.2018 Yeosu International Art Festival, Yeosu EXPO Exhibition Hall, South Korea, September 14–October 14, 2018.40 Years of Chinese Contemporary Photography (1976-2017) --- Three Shadow 10’ Anniversary Special Exhibition. OCAT Shenzhen, China, 2018.Welcome to the Labyrinth - Artistic Deception, Marta Herford Museum, Herford, Germany, 2018.2nd Yinchuan Biennale, Museum of Contemporary Art Yinchuan, Yinchuan, China, 2018.Re-assessment of Post-Globalisational Politics, OCAT Institute, Beijing, 2018.Avant-Garde Shanghai - Shanghai 30 Years Contemporary Art Literature Exhibition, Ming Yuan Art Museum, Shanghai, 2018.Pingyao International Sculpture Festival, Shanxi, China, 2018.2017The Research Exhibition of Chinese Contemporary Art Masters' Manuscripts. (First Chapter)-The 10th Anniversary of Triumph Gallery, Triumph Gallery, Beijing, November 25, 2017—February 10, 2018.Art and China after 1989: Theater of the World, Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York, October 6, 2017–January 7, 2018. Traveled to: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, November 10, 2018–February 24, 2019. (Catalogue)Chinese Dreams, Sandra and David Bakalar Gallery, Massachusetts College of Art and Design, Boston, September 25–December 2, 2017.4th Documentary Exhibition of Fine Arts: Stress Field, Hubei Museum of Art, China, September 15–October 20, 2017.I am you, you are too, Walker Center for Art, Minneapolis, September 7, 2017–October 27, 2019.Form Through Narrative: New Chinese Art, Pace Palo Alto, June 23–August 20 (extended through August 27), 2017.Kathmandu Triennale, Kathmandu Valley, Nepal, March 24–April 9, 2017.Glasstress BOCA Raton, Boca Raton Museum of Art, Florida, January 31–July 2, 2017.2016Where Can the Dust Alight, Pace Hong Kong, 15C Entertainment Building, 30 Queen's Road Central, October 1–November 12 (extended through November 17), 2016.Yinchuan Biennale: For an Image, Faster than Light, MOCA Yinchuan, China, September 9–December 18, 2016.Time Test: International Video Art Research Exhibition, CAFA Art Museum, Beijing, July 2–August 28, 2016.Talking on Paper, Pace Beijing, April 16–June 11, 2016.Megacities Asia, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, April 3–July 17, 2016.Utopias and Heterotopias: The Wuzhen International Contemporary Art Invitational Exhibition, Wuzhen, China, March 27–June 27, 2016.M+ Sigg Collection: Four Decades of Chinese Contemporary Art, ArtisTree, Hong Kong, February 23–April 5, 2016.Chinese Whispers: Recent Art from the Sigg and M+ Sigg Collections, Kunstmuseum Bern and Zentrum Paul Klee, February 19–June 19, 2016. Travelled to: MAK Wien, Vienna, January 18–April 16, 2017. (Catalogue)On the Table, Dunlop Art Gallery, Regina Public Library, Saskatchewan, Canada, January 22–March 23, 2016.2015A New Dynasty – Created in China, ARoS Aarhus Kunstmuseum, Aarhus, Denmark, November 21, 2015—May 29, 2016.Art 021 x Anxing Trust: What I Saw with Your Eyes, Shanghai Exhibition Center, November 17–22, 2015.Touching Area, Redtory Museum of Contemporary Art, Guangzhou, August 22–November 16, 2015.Chinese Utopias Revisited - The Elephants, Palais de Beaux-arts (BOZAR), Brussels, July 17–August 30, 2015.De/Constructing China: Selections from the Asia Society Museum Collection, Asia Society, New York, June 9–July 19, 2015.The Civil Power, Beijing Minsheng Art Museum, June 25–October 10, 2015.Text as Image, Paul Kasmin Gallery, New York, June 25–August 15, 2015.Individualized Together, Polit-Sheer-Form in Taipei, MoCA, Tapei, June 9–August 2, 2015.Openart in Orebro, Orebro, Sweden, June 14–September 6, 2015.China 8: Contemporary Art from China on the Rhine and Ruhr, Osthaus Museum, Hagen; Skulpturen Museum Glaskasten, Marl, May 15–September 13, 2015. (Catalogue)The State Hermitage Museum and Berengo Studio: Glasstress 2015 Gotika, The 56th International Art Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia, Berengo Centre for Contemporary Art, Murano, Italy, May 9–November 22, 2015.Triennial Bruges 2015: Between utopia and dystopia: The City as A Solution or As a Problem?, Bruges, Belgium, May 20–October 18, 2015.Flemish Pavilion, The 56th International Art Exhibition – la Biennale di Venezia, VITRARIA, Palazzo Nani Mocenigo, Venice, Italy, May 9–November 22, 2015.Scenes for a New Heritage: Contemporary Art from the Collection, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, March 8–31, 2015.2014Point of Encounter: What did the avant-garde miss out?, 798 Space, Beijing, 2014.COSMOS: Opening Exhibition of Shanghai 21st Century Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai 21st Century Minsheng Art Museum, November 22, 2014–April 19, 2015.Polit-Sheer-Form: Fitness for All, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, November 21, 2014–January 4, 2015.Polit-Sheer-Form: Do the Same Good Deed (Performance Piece), Time Square, New York, November 3, 2014.Polit Sheer Form!: Hong Hao, Xiao Yu, Song Dong, Liu Jianhua, Leng Lin, Queens Museum, New York, November 1, 2014–March 8, 2015.Changwon Sculpture Biennale 2014: The Shade of the Moon, Changwon, Korea, November 22, 2014–April 19, 2015.Landscape, Abstracted, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, August 1, 2014–July 31, 2017.Today’s Specials, Pace London, 6 Burlington Gardens, July 31–September 6, 2014.We Love Video This Summer, Pace Beijng, July 26–September 5, 2014.Where is China?, The Museu do Oriente, Lisbon, May 29–July 6, 2014.The 8th Shenzhen Sculpture Biennale, OCAT Shenzhen, May 16–August 31, 2014.Liquid Times, Contemporary Art of Korea and China, Seoul Museum of Art, March 20–May 11, 2014.Against the idea of growth, towards poetry (or how to build the world that doesn't fall apart two days later), Aarhus Contemporary Art Center, Aarhus, Denmark, January 16–March 30, 2014.2013Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, December 11, 2013–April 6, 2014. (Catalogue)Beijing Voice: Relations, Pace Beijing, December 10, 2013–February 28, 2014.Rewriting Landscape: Contemporary Art from China and India, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, November 12, 2013–March 2, 2014.Filter the Public, Shanghai World Financial Center, October 25–November 10, 2013. (Polit-Sheer-Form Office)The Overlapping Reflection - Zhujiajiao Contemporary Art Exhibition, Zhujiajiao Shanghai, October 26–31, 2013. (Polit-Sheer-Form Office)Song Dong: The Wisdom of the Poor: A Communal Courtyard, Margulies Collection at the Warehouse, Miami, October 23, 2013–April 26, 2014. Traveled to: Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, January 30–July 17, 2016.5th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art: More Light, Manege Central Exhibition Hall, Moscow, September 20–October 20, 2013. (Catalogue)Song Dong + Yin Xiuzhen: The Way of Chopsticks, The Philadelphia Art Alliance, September 12–December 29, 2013. (Catalogue)Make Active Choices. Kunst und Ökologie: Wie tun?, Museum für Neue Kunst, Freiberg, Germany, May 16–September 8, 2013.Duchamp and/or/in China, Ullens Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, April 26–June 16, 2013. (Polit-Sheer-Form Office) (Catalogue)Pessimism or Resistance?, Taikang Space, Beijing, April 20–June 8, 2013. (Polit-Sheer-Form)2012 The 2nd Western China International Art Biennale, TianYe Art Museum, Yinchuan, China, October 12–January 12, 2012. Real Life Stories, Bergen Art Museum, Norway, October 4, 2012–February 2, 2013.The 1st Xinjiang Contemporary Art Biennale, Xinjiang Arts Center, Urumqi, China, August 25–October 8, 2012.Copenhagen Art Festival, August 24–September 2, 2012.The Nature of Disappearance, Part 1, Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York, June 28–August 10, 2012. (Catalogue)2012 Move on Asia – The End of Video Art, Alternative Space Loop, Seoul, June 22–August 16, 2012. Documenta 13, Kassel, Germany, June 9–September 16, 2012. (Catalogue)The First Kyiv International Biennale ARSENALE 2012, Mystetskyi Arsenal, Kiev, Ukraine, May 24–July 31, 2012. (Catalogue)7th Shenzhen Sculpture Biennale, OCT Contemporary Art Terminal, Shenzhen, China, May 12–August 31, 2012.2011Beijing Voice: Leaving Realism Behind, The Pace Gallery, Beijing, November 19–February 12, 2012.Song Dong + Yin Xiuzhen: The Way of Chopsticks III, Chambers Fine Art, New York, November 11–December 19, 2011. (Catalogue)30 Years of Chinese Contemporary Art – Moving Image in China: 1988–2011, Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai, September 9–November 27, 2011. (Catalogue)Top Events: Poster Exhibition, TOP Contemporary Art Center, Shanghai, September 6– October 5, 2011. (Polit-Sheer-Form Office)Yokohama Triennale 2011, Yokohama Museum of Art, Japan, August 6–November 6, 2011. (Catalogue)54th Venice Biennale: ILLUMINations, The Giardini, Venice, June 4–November 27, 2011. (Catalogue)We Are Polit-Sheer-Form, Shanghai Gallery of Art, May 20–July 3, 2011. (Catalogue)The Couple Show!, Shanghai Gallery of Art, March 12–May 12, 2011. 2010Beijing Voice: Together or Isolated, The Pace Gallery, Beijing, November 30, 2010–February 28, 2011.Shan Shui 2010: H2O, Beijing Center for the Arts, November 20, 2010–January 5, 2011.Absolute Distance, White Space, Beijing, November 28, 2010–January 03, 2011. (Catalogue)2010 Kuandu Biennale: Memories and Beyond, Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts, Taipei, China, October 8–December 26, 2010. (Catalogue)Liverpool Biennial 2010, United Kingdom, September 18–November 28, 2010. (Catalogue)Great Performances, The Pace Gallery, Beijing, August 28–December 10, 2010.The River Project, Campbelltown Arts Centre, New South Wales, Australia, August 28–October 24, 2010. (Catalogue)The Construction Dimension: 2010 Chinese Contemporary Art Invitation Exhibition, The National Art Museum of China, Beijing, August 18–September 2, 2010. (Catalogue)China in Four Seasons: Song Dong & Yin Xiuzhen, Govett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New Zealand, June 19–September 12, 2010. 20092009 Hong Kong & Shenzhen Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism / Architecture: Polit-Sheer-Form, Shenzhen Civic Square, Shenzhenwan Avenue and Yitian Holiday Plaza, China, December 6, 2009–January 31, 2010.Bourgeoisified Proletariat, Shanghai Songjiang Creative Studio, China, September 10–14, 2009. (Polit-Sheer-Form Office) (Catalogue)Tofu, Kungfu, Polit-Sheer-Form, Beijing Commune, August 15–September 8, 2009.SU: MBISORI, Jeju Museum of Art, Korea, June 26–September 30, 2009.Three Decades: The Contemporary Chinese Collection, Queensland Art Gallery, Gallery of Modern Art, Brisbane, Australia, March 28–June 28, 2009. (Catalogue)Regjeringskvartalet R6: Government Building Complex in Central Oslo Art Program, Norway, February 2009.Move on Asia 2009: The End of Video Art, Alternative Space LOOP, Seoul, February 6–March 11, 2009.2008Polit-Sheer-Form: Library, Beijing Commune, September 28–November 15, 2008.Community of Tastes, Iberia Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, April 15–June 9, 2008.Re-Imagining Asia: A Thousand Years of Separation, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, March 14–May 18, 2008. Traveled to: The New Art Gallery, Walsall, United Kingdom, February 13–May 4, 2009. (Catalogue)Red Aside, Contemporary Chinese Art from the Sigg Collection, Fundació Joan Miró, Barcelona, February 21–May 25, 2008. (Catalogue)2007Polit-Sheer-Form Office in Shanghai, BizArt Art Center, China, December 22–26, 2007. The Sixth Shenzhen Contemporary Sculpture Exhibition: A Vista of Perspectives, OCT Contemporary Art Terminal, Shenzhen, China, December 17, 2007–May 20, 2008.Soft Power: Asian Attitude, Shanghai Zendai Museum of Modern Art, November 17–28, 2007. (Catalogue)China-Facing Reality, MUMOK Museum Monderner Kunst Stiftung Ludwig, Vienna, October 26, 2007–February 10, 2008. (Catalogue)Rejected Collection, Ke Center for the Contemporary Art, Shanghai, September 1–10, 2007.Asia-Europe Mediations, Poznań National Museum, Poland, June 30–July 20, 2007. Traveled to: Artists Hall Faust, Hannover, Germany, 2007. (Catalogue)200638 Solo Exhibitions, Bizart Art Center, Shanghai, 2006.China Now, Sammlung Essl, Kunst der Gegenwart, Klosternueburg, Vienna, September 15, 2006–January 28, 2007. Traveled to: Cobra Museum voor Moderne Kunst, Amstelveen, the Netherlands, September 29, 2007–January 27, 2008. (Catalogue)Fever Variations: Sixth Gwangju Biennale, Korea, September 8–November 11, 2006. The Way of Chopsticks: Song Dong & Yin Xiuzhen, Chambers Fine Art, New York, June 20–July 28, 2006.Exposed: Black Box & Crystal Ball, Debating Chamber, London, May 4–June 3, 2006.News, Beijing Commune, March 5–April 15, 2006.China Trade, International Center for Contemporary Asian Art, Vancouver, March 4–April 8, 2006. (Catalogue)2005On the Water, Munich, 2005.Performance Art in China, Macao Arts Museum, China, 2005. Skin of the City, Macao Arts Center, China, 2005. The Other End, He Xiangning Arts Museum, Shenzhen, China, December 9, 2005–January 5, 2006.Indeterminate States, Cisneros Fontanals Arts Foundation, Miami, December 3, 2005–February 3, 2006. Two Asia, Two Europe: An International Exhibition of Contemporary Art, Shanghai Duolun Museum of Modern Art, November 4–December 28, 2005.The Plain of Heaven, 820 Washington Street, New York, October 14–November 20, 2005. (Catalogue)Only One Wall, Beijing Commune, September 3–October 10, 2005. Traveled to: Art Space, Sydney, February 9–March 4, 2006.Biennale Internationale D’Art Contemporain Chinois de Montpellier, France, June 17–October 3, 2005.Mahjong: Contemporary Chinese Art from the Sigg Collection, Kunstmuseum Bern, June 13–October 16, 2005. Traveled to: Hamburger Kunsthalle, September 14, 2006–February 18, 2007; Museum der Moderne, Salzburg, July 21–November 11, 2007; The University of California, Berkeley Art Museum & Pacific Film Archive, September 10, 2008–January 4, 2009; Peabody Essex Museum, Salem, Massachusetts, February 21–May 17, 2009. (Catalogue)Water, Water Everywhere…, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, May 14–September 4, 2005. (Catalogue)In and Out, or In-between – N Kinds of Space Displacement, Soka Contemporary Space, Beijing, April 1–May 22, 2005. (Catalogue)Elegance of Silence: Contemporary Art from East Asia, Mori Art Museum, Tokyo, March 29–June 19, 2005.2004Asia Contemporary Art, Contemporary Art Museum, Bologna, Rimini and Cesena, Italy, 2004. City Signal, Le Fresnoy: National Studio of Contemporary Art, Tourcoing, France, 2004Human Scale, Guangzhou Contemporary Dance Group, China, 2004.Faces in the Crowd: Picturing Modern Life from Manet to Today, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, December 3, 2004–March 6, 2004. Traveled to: Castello di Rivoli - Museo d'Arte Contemporanea, Turin, Italy, April 6–July 10, 2005. La Ville Qui Fait Signe, Le Fresnoy, Studio National des Arts Contemporains, France, October 1–December 6, 2004.26th Bienal Internacional de São Paulo, Fundação Bienal de São Paulo, September 25–December 19, 2004.The World III in the Third World, The Art Centre at Chulalongkorn University, Bangkok, Thailand, August 27–October 4, 2014. (Polit-Sheer-Form)Play with Chi Energy, House of Shiseido, Tokyo, July 28–September 12, 2004.Is it Art?, Shanxi Provincial Art Museum, Xi’an, China, July 3–July 10, 2004. (Catalogue)The Monk & the Demon, Contemporary Art from China, Musée d'Art Contemporain de Lyon, France, June 9–August 15, 2004. (Catalogue)Officina Asia, Galleria d’Arte Modema, Bologna, June 6–September 5, 2004.Asian Traffic, Asia-Australia Arts Centre, Sydney, June 4–October 2, 2004. Traveled to: Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, Parkside, October–November, 2004.Visual Performance, Walsh Gallery, Chicago, April 30–June 10, 2004.Concrete Horizons: Contemporary Art from China, Adam Art Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand, February 21–May 9, 2004.2003Everyday: Contemporary Art from China, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Kunstforeningen Copenhagen, 2003.Lijiang International Art Workshop, Lijiang Mu Palace, China, 2003.Open Era, National Art Museum of China, Beijing, 2003 (Catalogue).SARS Times: Song Dong and Yin Xiuzhen, ISE Foundation, New York, 2003.The Blue Sky Doesn’t Establish to Defend, Tokyo Art Project, Beijing, 2003.Together with Farm Workers, Today Art Gallery, Beijing, 2003.Open Sky, Duolun Museum of Modern Art, Shanghai, December 28, 2003–February 27, 2004.The Left-Wing, Left Bank Gallery, Beijing, December 20, 2003–January 20, 2004.Humanism in China – A Contemporary Record of Photography, Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou, China, December 12, 2003–January 21, 2004. (Catalogue)Return Nature II: An Exhibition of International Contemporary Art, Nanjing Shenghua Arts Center, China, November 1–5, 2003.Eighth International Istanbul Biennial, Turkey, September 20–November 16, 2003. (Catalogue)Left Hand, Right Hand, Beijing 798 New Art Zone, September 18–30, 2003.Second Hand Reality, Today Art Gallery, Beijing, September 17–October 16, 2003. (Catalogue)Distance – A Collection of The Guangdong Museum of Art Contemporary Art Invitational Exhibition, Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou, China, August 26–September 21, 2003.Alors, la Chine?, Musée national d’art moderne, Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, June 25–October 13, 2003. (Catalogue)How Latitudes Become Forms: Art in a Global Age, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, February 9– May 4, 2003. Traveled to: Fondazione Sandretto Re Rebaudengo Per L'Arte, Turin, Italy, June 1–September 14, 2003; Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, Texas, July 17–September 19, 2004. (Catalogue)2002Harvest: Contemporary Art Exhibition, Beijing National Agricultural Pavilion, China, 2002.What? A Tale in Free Images, Memling Museum, Bruges, Belgium, 2002.2002 Taipei Biennale, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, China, November 29, 2002–March 2, 2003.The First Guangzhou Triennial: A Decade of Experimental Chinese Art, Guangdong Museum of Art, China, November 18, 2002–January 19, 2003. (Catalogue)Chopsticks: Song Dong and Yin Xiuzhen, Chambers Fine Art, New York, November 7–30, 2002. (Catalogue)APT 2002: Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Queensland Art Gallery, Australia, September 12, 2002–January 27, 2003. (Catalogue)The Long March: A Walking Visual Display, Longsheng Red Army Pavilion, Guangxi Province, China, July 2002. On My Way to Timbuktu, ifa Gallery, Berlin, June 21–August 11, 2002.PAUSE: Fourth Gwangju Biennale, Korea, March 29–June 29, 2002 (Catalogue). 2001Beijing Dachau: Artworks by Chinese and German Artists, Dachau Palace, Germany, 2001.Crossroads, Chengdu Contemporary Art Museum, China, 2001.First Architecture Biennale, National Art Museum of China, Beijing, 2001.Hot Pot: Chinese Contemporary Art Show, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, 2001.Knowledge is Power: Contemporary Art Exhibit, Xidan Book Emporium, Beijing, 2001.Loft New Media Art Festival, Loft New Media Art Center, Beijing, 2001.Next Wave News, Loft New Media Art Center, Beijing, 2001.Shot in the Face, Earl Lu Gallery, Lasalle SIA College of the Arts, Singapore, 2001.Sound 2: Contemporary Art Exhibition, Jieziyuan Art Space, Beijing, 2001.Up-Rising: Contemporary Visual Art Project, Hong Kong, 2001.Money Funny Honey, Taikang Space, Beijing, December 22–23, 2001.Non-Linear Narrative: The New-Media Art Festival, China Academy of Fine Art, Hangzhou, September 2001.Living in Time, Hamburger Bahnhof Museum, Berlin, September 19, 2001–January 6, 2002. (Catalogue)Dancing with Farm Workers, East Modern Art Centre, Beijing, August 2001.Fictitious Future, Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou, China, March 23–April 15, 2001.Travelers Tales: Multimedia, inIVA: Institute of International Visual Arts, London, January 1–July 1, 2001.2000China Avant-garde Artists Documents, Fukuoka Art Museum, Japan, 2000.Home, Chinese Contemporary Art Show, Shanghai, 2000.New Conceptual Photography: China Scene, Century Theater, Beijing, 2000.New Games, Nanjing, China, 2000.Unusual & Usual, Yuan Gong Modern Art Museum, Shanghai, 2000.Virtual and Real, Wan Fung Art Gallery, Beijing, 2000.At the New Century 1979–1999 Contemporary Art of China Invitation Arts Exhibition, Chengdu Contemporary Art Museum, China, December 2000.The Flying Circus Project, Lab 3, Theatreworks, Singapore, December 2000.Canceled: Exhibiting Experimental Art in China, Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago, November 19, 2000–January 7, 2001. (Catalogue)Portraits, Figures, Couples and Groups: Works by 41 Artists from the MCAF Collection, BizArt Art Center, Shanghai, November 8–December 3, 2000. (Catalogue)Fuck Off, Eastlink Gallery, Shanghai, November 1–7, 2000. (Catalogue)The 18th World Wide Video Festival, Amsterdam, September 13–September 17, 2000.Video Circle Performances 2000, Exposition Hall of HKUST, Hong Kong, April 2000. Traveled to: Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, July 29–September 10, 2000. (Catalogue)EXPO 2000, Hanover, Germany, June 1–October 31, 2000.Microwave Festival 2000, Videotage, Hong Kong, April 1–September 2, 2000. (Catalogue)1999Amsterdam Fest, the Netherlands, 1999.Beijing Document, Goethe Institute, Beijing, 1999.I Am Here, Bad Ems, Germany, 1999.KHOJ International Artists Workshop, Delhi, 1999.Transmediale: Festival for Art and Digital Media Culture, Berlin, 1999.Cities on the Move 7, Kiasma: Museum of Contemporary Art, Helsinki, November 6, 1999–January 9, 2000. (Catalogue)Supermarket: Art for Sale, Shanghai, April 1999.Fast>>Forward New Chinese Video Art, Macao Contemporary Art Center, China, March 19–May 30, 1999. (Catalogue)Transience: Chinese Art at the End of 20th Century, The David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago, February 18–April 18, 1999. Traveled to: University of Oregon Museum of Art, Eugene, July 16–September 12, 1999; Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, October 2–December 19, 1999. (Catalogue)1998Im Spiegel Der Eigenen Tradition: Ausstellung Zeitgenossicher Chinesischer Kunst, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, Beijing, 1998. (Catalogue)Space and Vision, Beijing Contemporary Art Gallery, 1998.Transmediale: Festival for Art and Digital Media Culture, Berlin, 1998.It’s Me! A Profile of Chinese Contemporary Art in the 90s, Beijing Forbidden City, Taimiao, China, November 1998.Inside Out: New Chinese Art, Asia Society, New York and P.S.1 Contemporary Art Center, New York, September 15, 1998–January 3, 1999. Traveled to: San Francisco Museum of Modern Art and the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, February 26–June 1, 1999; Museo de Arte Contemporaneo de Monterrey, Mexico, July 9–October 19, 1999; Tacoma Art Museum, Washington and Henry Art Gallery, Seattle, Washington, November 18, 1999–March 7, 2000; The National Gallery of Australia, June 3–August 13, 2000. (Catalogue)Trace of Existence: A Private Showing of China Contemporary Art ’98, Art Now Studio, Beijing, opened January 2, 1998. (Catalogue)1997’97 Contemporary Art in Fuzhou, Fujian, China, 1997.Borderlines: Steirischer Herbst 97, Graz, Austria, 1997.Wildlife Starting from 1997 Jing Zhe, Beijing, Shanghai, Chengdu and Guangzhou, 1997.Cities on the Move, Wiener Secession, Vienna, and CAPC Musée d’art contemporain, Bordeaux, November 26, 1997–January 18, 1998. (Catalogue)1996’96 International Com - Art Show in Suwon: China·Korea·Japan, Suwon City, Korea, 1996.In the Name of Art, Shanghai Art Museum, 1996.Keeper of Water, United Project for Outdoor Experiment with American Artists, Tibet, 1996.Out of the White Cube, 24th Hong Kong Art Festival, 1996.1995 Open Your Eyes, Close Your Mouth, Beijing and Berlin Communication Exhibition, Capital Normal University Museum, Beijing, 1995. Beyond the Borders: First Gwangju Biennale, Korea, September 20–November 20, 1995.New Asian Art Show - China·Korea·Japan, Kirin Plaza Art Space, Osaka, 1995. Traveled to: The Japan Foundation Forum, Tokyo, August 23–September 5, 1995.1994 '94 International Com - Art Show in Beijing: China·Korea·Japan, Capital Normal University Museum, Beijing, 1994.The Third Documents Exhibition of Chinese Contemporary Art, East-China Normal University, Shanghai, 1994.1992Guangzhou Biennial: Oil Painting in the 1990s, Guangzhou, China, 1992.1989The Seventh National Exhibition of Fine Arts, Nanjing Museum, China, 1989.1988New Time Painting Exhibition, National Art Museum of China, Beijing, 1988.1987First National Exhibition of Oil Painting, Shanghai Exhibition Centre, China, 1987. Song DongPublic Collections Song Dong Public Collections Art Gallery of Ontario, TorontoAsia Art Archive, Hong KongAuckland Art Gallery, New ZealandBruges City Collection, BelgiumCaldic Collectie, The Hague, The NetherlandsGovett-Brewster Art Gallery, New Plymouth, New ZealandLaing Art Gallery, Newcastle, United KingdomMetropolitan Museum of Art, New YorkMuseum of Fine Arts, BostonMuseum of Fine Arts, HoustonThe Museum of Modern Art, New YorkQueensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, AustraliaThe Regional Funds of Contemporary Art of the Pays de la Loire, La Fleuriaye, FranceTate, LondonUllens Center for Contemporary Art, BeijingVancouver Art Gallery, CanadaWalker Art Center, MinneapolisMuseum Voorlinden, NetherlandsM+ West Kowloon, Hong Kong Song DongPeriodicals Song Dong Periodicals 2019Baker, Tora. “Edible art by Song Dong offers a taste of destruction (Pace Gallery exhibition review).” Creative Boom, 25 September 2019. https://www.creativeboom.com/inspiration/song-dong-same-bed-different-dreams/"Events of the Week Frieze in London - Song Dong. Same Bed Different Dreams" (Pace Gallery exhibition preview). Kommersant, 5 September 2019. https://www.kommersant.ru/doc/4068016Goel, Vindu. "A Biennale Fit for India” (Kochi-Muziris Biennale exhibition review). The New York Times, 13 January 2019: AR18, illustrated.Jayaraman, Geetha. “At the Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2018, Five Installations that Invite the Audience to Help Create Art” (Kochi-Muziris Biennale exhibition review). First Post, 23 February 2019. https://www.firstpost.com/living/at-the-kochi-muziris-biennale-2018-five-installations-that-invite-the-audience-to-help-create-art-6138261.htmlLempesis, Dimitris. “ART-PRESENTATION: Song Dong-Same Bed Different Dreams” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Dream Idea Machine, 7 October 2019. http://www.dreamideamachine.com/en/?p=51461Lucie-Smith, Edward. “Cy Twombly, Gagosian – Song Dong, Pace – Edward Lucie-Smith” Artlyst, 8 October 2019. https://www.artlyst.com/reviews/cy-twombly-gagosian-song-dong-pace-edward-lucie-smith/McNeice, Angus. “Chinese sculptor brings edible art to London” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). China Daily, 2 October 2019. http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/a/201910/02/WS5d9469c0a310cf3e3556e9cb.html“Song Dong: Same Bed Different Dreams / Pace Gallery London.” Vernissage TV, 7 October 2019. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rfZUhWvwYJQ“Song Dong: Same Bed, Difference Dreams, Pace Gallery” (Pace Gallery exhibition preview). Culture Whisper, 12 August 2019. https://www.culturewhisper.com/r/visual_arts/song_dong_exhibition_pace_gallery/14458“Song Dong: Same Bed Different Dreams” (Pace Gallery exhibition preview). Time Out London, 1 October 2019. https://www.timeout.com/london/art/song-dong-same-bed-different-dreamsThien, Madeleine. “The ‘00s: 2005: Song Dong’s Waste Not.” Frieze, no. 200 (January/February 2019): 154, illustrated.Westall, Mark. “Same Bed Different Dreams, the first solo exhibition of Chinese artist Song Dong at Pace in London” (exhibition review). FAD Magazine, 12 September 2019. https://fadmagazine.com/2019/09/12/same-bed-different-dreams-the-first-solo-exhibition-of-chinese-artist-song-dong-at-pace-in-london/Zhong, Yuling. “The Displacement of Language into the Realm of Visual Art.” Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art 18, no. 1 (January/February 2019): 6–23, illustrated.2018“Exhibition ‘Odi, La Scene’ Held in Brussels, Belgium” (Palais des Académies exhibition review). Global Times, 8 September 2018. http://www.globaltimes.cn/content/1118816.shtmla2017Angeles, Chrissi. “New Chinese Narratives” (Pace Palo Alto exhibition review). Mountain View Voice, 27 July 2017. https://mv-voice.com/news/2017/07/27/new-chinese-narrativesBu, Sheng. “Jian Tian Ming, Bu Zhi Tian Ming – Song Dong de Wu Shi Nian Ri Chang” (Rockbund Art Museum exhibition review). Artco China (March 2017): 88–91, illustrated.“Desire Creates a City, and the Same Desire Consumes It: Chinese Artist Song Dong” (Kathmandu Triennale exhibition review). Online Khabar, 29 March 2017. http://english.onlinekhabar.com/2017/03/29/397734Du, Keke. “Shanghai, ‘Song Dong: I Don’t Know the Mandate of Heaven,’ Rockbund Art Museum” (exhibition preview). Artforum 55, no. 5 (January 2017): 118, illustrated.Eschenburg, Madeline. “Fixing Identities: The Use of Migrant Workers in Chinese Performance Art.” Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art 16, no.3 (May/June 2017): 26–36, illustrated.Glimcher, Marc. “Making Art for All.” Interview with Darius Sanai. LUX (Fall 2017): 70–75, illustrated.Kim, Geum Young. “Exhibition Focus: How Artist Song Dong Views the World” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). CNB Journal. 19 December 2017. http://weekly.cnbnews.com/news/article.html?no=123690Maitra, Romain. “When Art Takes an Elliptical Flight Beyond Lightning” (Yinchuan Biennale exhibition review). Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Art 16, no.2 (March/April 2017): 57, illustrated.Yoo, Byung Seo. “I Will Be Your Mirror” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). Interview by Yoo Byung Seo. Heren, January 2018: 158–162, illustrated.Zhang, Hanlu. “Beijing: Song Dong, Rockbund Art Museum” (exhibition review). Artforum 55, no. 9 (May 2017): 351–352, illustrated.2016Borissenko, Lola. “Sharing Public Spaces” (Art Gallery of Ontario exhibition review). The Varsity, 7 February 2016. http://thevarsity.ca/2016/02/07/sharing-public-spaces/Chou, Stefanie Wanjing. “Uli Sigg and the Evolution of a Collection of Contemporary Chinese Art.” Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Art 15, no.3 (May/June 2016): 70–78, illustrated.“Glasstress Gotika.” In Berengo Studio Newsletter (2015/2016): 5–7, illustrated.Jocks, Heinz-Norbert. “Song Dong: Kunsthalle Düsseldorf, Düsseldorf, 6.12.–13.3.2016” (exhibition review). Kunstforum International, no. 238 (February/March 2016): 266–268, illustrated.Li, Jiaxuan. “04 Song Dong: Bu Zhi Shi ‘Jiuwu’ de ‘Jiazhi’” (Pace Beijing exhibition review). Artco (January 2016): 176–7, illustrated.Song, Dong. “Song Dong: Sheng Yu Jia Zhi” (Pace Beijing exhibition review). Interview with Xuhui Li. iArt (January/February 2016): 80–3, illustrated.“Song Dong: Surplus Value” (Pace Beijing exhibition review). Leap, no.162 (January/February 2016): 187, illustrated.Volk, Katherine. “Where Can the Dust Alight” (Pace Hong Kong exhibition review). Art Asia Pacific (October 2016). http://www.artasiapacific.com/Magazine/WebExclusives/WhereCanTheDustAlightWang, Jie. “K11 Exhibition of Dragons and Men” (exhibition review). Shanghai Daily, 26 May 2016. http://www.shanghaidaily.com/feature/events-and-tv/K11-exhibition-of-dragons-and-men/shdaily.shtmlZhang, Xiaogang, Song Dong and Hong Hao. “Zhang Xiaogang: ‘Zhi’ Yu Yishujia de Caihua, Qizhi he Xiangxiangli Baochi le Zui Shuai Xing de Guanxi” (Pace Beijing exhibition review). Art.iFeng.com, 19 April 2016. http://art.ifeng.com/2016/0419/2848163.shtmlZheng, Wei. “Song Dong” (Pace Beijing exhibition review). Chinese Contemporary Art News, no. 217 (February 2016): 192–3, illustrated.Zhu, Fan. “Surplus Value” (Pace Beijing exhibition review). Architectural Digest, no. 69 (April 2016): 102–6, illustrated.2015Chang, Charlotte. “A Sketch of Life: Song Dong at Duddell’s and Pace Hong Kong” (exhibition review). Art Radar, 15 November 2015. http://artradarjournal.com/2015/11/15/a-sketch-of-life-song-dong-at-duddells-and-pace-hong-kong/Emily. “Chi Diao Yishu, Song Dong: Sketch” (Pace Hong Kong exhibition review). Milk, no. 744, 22 October 2015: 20–21, illustrated.Harris, Gareth. “The Rapidly Changing Face of Chinese Art” (The Whitworth exhibition review). Financial Times, 13 August 2015: 9.Huang, Zixiang. “Song Dong: Chi Zai Caotu Li” (Pace Hong Kong exhibition review). Sing Tao Daily, 15 October 2015: 10, illustrated.Jeanne. “Let’s Go: Chi De Dao de Chengshi” (Pace Hong Kong exhibition review). Weekend Weekly, no. 840, 12 October 2015: 30, illustrated.Lam,Sanwa. “Dang Mei Cai Shi Tiaoweiliao” (Pace Hong Kong exhibition review). City Magazine, November 2015: 62–65, illustrated.Lin, Yawei. “Chang Yikou Song Dong de Yishu Haowei: Lun ‘Chi Huo’ de Chuangzuo zhi Lu” (Pace Hong Kong exhibition review). Artco, no. 20 (November 2015): 88–91, illustrated.Lin, Yawei. “Yishu yu Rensheng de Jiaxiang: Song Dong’s Philosophy of ‘Sketch’” (Pace Hong Kong exhibition review). Art Investment, no.97 (November 2015): 218–221, illustrated.Rigby, Claire. "Song Dong: Regenerate" (Baro Galerie exhibition review). Art Review Asia 3, no. 1 (Spring 2015): 109, illustrated.Smith, Karen. "'Great Performances' at Pace Beijing" (exhibition review). Randian, no.1 (Spring 2015): 197–206, illustrated.Song Dong. “Song Dong in Conversation” (exhibition review). Interview with Diana d’Arenberg. Ocula, 16 November 2015. https://ocula.com/magazine/conversations/song-dong/Song Dong. “Future Greats: Ma Qiusha selected by Song Dong.” Art Review 67, no. 2 (March 2015): 96–97.2014Badagliacca, Vanessa. “Doing and Nothing” (dOCUMENTA 13 and Pace Gallery exhibition review). Zeteo: The Journal of Interdisciplinary Writing, Spring 2014, illustrated. http://zeteojournal.com/2014/05/21/doing-nothing-garden/Banks, Grace. “Food Becomes Art at Pace London” (exhibition review). Frame, 4 August 2014. http://www.frameweb.com/news/food-becomes-art-at-pace-london“Food for Thought” (Pace London exhibition review). We Heart, 13 August 2014, illustrated. http://www.we-heart.com/2014/08/13/todays-specials-at-pace-london/Gao, Mengmeng. “Bu Queding de Guanxi” (Pace Beijing exhibition review). Art Bank, no. 44 (January 2014), illustrated.Gat, Orit. “Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China” (The Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition review). Translated by Liang Xingyi. LEAP, no. 150 (February 2014): 172–175, illustrated.Jing Zhu. "Zhe Ge Xia Tian, Pace Gallery Gei Wo Men Kan Ying Xiang" (Pace Beijing exhibition review). Hi Art, 28 July 2014. http://www.hiart.cn/news/detail/120epAo.htmlKaylan, Melik. “A New Exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum Puts a Modern Face on Chinese Art” (exhibition review). The Daily Beast, 5 January 2014. http://www.thedailybeast.com/articles/2014/01/05/a-new-exhibit-at-the-metropolitan-museum-puts-a-modern-face-on-chinese-art.htmlLaidlaw, Francesca. “Today’s Specials at Pace London | Exhibition Review.” The Upcoming, 15 August 2014. http://www.theupcoming.co.uk/2014/08/15/todays-specials-at-pace-london-exhibition-review/Lampe, Lilly. “The Message in the Meaningless” (The Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition review). The Paris Review, 29 April 2014. http://www.theparisreview.org/blog/2014/04/29/ink-arts-message-in-the-meaningless/Lin, Ming. “Polit-Sheer-Form!” (Queens Museum exhibition review). Leap, no. 155 (December 2014): 212–3.Li, Qian. “Beijing Voice, Wo He Xiao Huoban de Gu Shi” (Pace Beijing exhibition review). Time Out Beijing, 2 January 2014: illustrated.Li, Qian. "Ying Xiang, Huo Xu Yan Jian Wei Zhen, Huo Xu Yan Jian Wei Jia" (Pace Beijing exhibition review). Time Out Beijing, 12 August 2014. http://beijing.timeoutcn.com/ShowArticle_14192.htmPollack, Barbara. “Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China” (The Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition review). Time Out New York, no. 941, 6–12 February 2014: 30, illustrated.Tschida, Anne. “The Chinese Maze: See It to Believe It” (Margulies Collection exhibition review). Miami Herald, 9 March 2014: H3, illustrated.2013Archey, Karen. “Song Dong: Doing Nothing” (exhibition review). Leap (April 2013): 210–211, illustrated.Baker, R.C. “Song Dong’s Smash” (Pace Gallery exhibition review). The Village Voice, 6 February 2013: 24.Bodick, Noelle. “Song Dong: 36 Calendars.” Art Asia Pacific, no 83 (May/June 2013): 178, illustrated.Chow, Vivienne. “Hundreds unite to draw on artist Song Dong’s memories.” South China Morning Post, 22 January 2013. http://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/article/1133239/hundreds-unite-draw-artist-song-dongs-memoriesForrest, Nicholas. “Song Dong’s ‘Wast Not’ Transforms Sydney’s Carriageworks” (exhibition review). Artinfo, 21 January 2013. http://au.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/858796/song-dongs-waste-not-transforms-sydneys-carriageworksFilippova, Darja. “Opening Time Capsules: Song Dong’s ‘Waste Not’ at the 5th Moscow Biennale” (exhibition review). Randian, 8 November 2013. http://www.randian-online.com/zh/np_feature/opening-time-capsules-song-dongs-waste-not-at-the-5th-moscow-biennale/?utm_source=Randian+Full+List&utm_campaign=b42ac36ed2-2013-1108&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_7ad1d28775-b42ac36ed2-297199942He, Echo. “Gu Fa Jin Yong: Niu Yue Da Du Hui Yi Shu Bo Wu Guan Shui Mo Da Zhan Jie Kai Xu Mu” (The Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition review). Art China, 12 December 2013. http://art.china.cn/zixun/2013-12/12/content_6531115.htmHill, Wes. “Sydney: Song Dong, Gallery 4A (Asia Australia Arts Centre)” (exhibition review). Artforum, accessed 6 March 2013. http://www.artforum.com/picks/section=world#picks39578Jansen, Chiu-Ti. “The Art of Doing Nothing in Contemporary China: Song Dong at Pace Gallery” (exhibition review). Sotheby’s, 20 February 2013. http://www.sothebys.com/en/inside/BlogHome/on-camera/chinese-elements/2013/02/the_art_of_doingnot.htmlLau, Joyce. “Chinese Artist Crosses a Line” (ArtisTree exhibition review). The International Herald Tribune, 5 February 2013.Li, Jianya. “Zhang Xiaogang Ling Xian Zhan ‘Huo Ban’ Guanxi” (Pace Beijing exhibition review). The Beijing News, 16 December 2013: C04, illustrated.Linn, Kathleen. “Two Exhibitions by Song Dong” (Carriageworks and 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art exhibitions review). Arts Hub, 22 January 2013. http://au.artshub.com/au/news-article/reviews/visual-arts/two-exhibitions-by-song-dong-193753Margulies, Martin. “Great Collectors and Their Ideas No 3: Martin Margulies.” Interview with Joshua Mack. Art Review 65, no.9 (December 2013): 54–56.McDonald, John. “Made in China” (Carriageworks and 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art exhibitions review). The Sydney Morning Herald, 9 February 2013, illustrated.Myers, Steven Lee. “Pinpricks, but No Dagger in Putinland” (Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art review). New York Times, 26 September 2013: C1–5, illustrated.Pollack, Barbara. “Art: Song Dong, ‘Doing Nothing’” (exhibition review). Time Out New York, 31 January–6 February 2013: 41, illustrated.Roffino, Sara. “Shows That Matter: Chinese Artist Song Dong’s History of ‘Doing Nothing’ at Pace” (exhibition review). Artinfo, 28 January 2013. http://www.artinfo.com/news/story/859026/shows-that-matter-chinese-artist-song-dongs-history-of-doingShi, Wei. “Wu Zu ‘Huo Ban’ Qi Ju Pace Beijing” (exhibition review). Hi Art, 12 December 2013. http://www.hiart.cn/news/detail/d7edpAp.htmlSmith, Roberta. “Song Dong: ‘Doing Nothing,’ Pace Gallery” (exhibition review). The New York Times, 8 February 2013: C28.Song, Dong. “Best of 2013: The Artists’ Artists—‘ON/OFF: China’s Young Artists in Concept and Practice.’” Translated by Lee Ambrozy. Artforum 52, no. 4 (December 2013): 119–120.Song, Dong. “Brunch with Song Dong, Artist, New York.” Interview with Echo He. Brunchwith.com, January 2013. http://cn.brunchwith.com/7130651Wang, Sue. “The fourth Installation of Pace Beijing’s Annual Project ‘Beijing Voice’ Focuses on ‘Relations’” (exhibition review). CAFA Artinfo, 18 December 2013. http://en.cafa.com.cn/the-fourth-installment-of-pace-beijings-annual-project-beijing-voice-focuses-on-relations.htmlWang, Yiquan. “Exhibition Review: Beijing Voice: Relations” (Pace Beijing exhibition review). Artinfo, 21 December 2013. http://cn.blouinartinfo.com/news/story/996559/zhan-ping-bei-jing-zhi-sheng-wo-de-huo-banWu, Yifei. "Yi Beijing Zhi Ming de Yishu Xiang Ju" (Pace Beijing exhibition review). The Art Newspaper China, 17 December 2013.Yapp, Hentyle. “Revisiting Performance Art of the 1990s and the Politics of Meditation.” Translated by Verona Leung. LEAP no. 146 (June 2013): 102–108, illustrated.2012Aspden, Peter. “A Space of Waste” (Barbican Art Gallery exhibition review). Financial Times, 18–19 February 2012.Christov-Bakargiev, Carolyn. “dOCUMENTA (13): The Worldly Alliance.” Interview with Jérôme Sans. L’Officiel Art no. 61 (July 2012): 68–75, illustrated. Jow, Tiffany. “Waste Not: Five Decades of Everyday Objects.” (Barbican Art Gallery exhibition review). Artlog Magazine, 24 April 2012. Lin, Jia. “Dual borrowed scenery: Doing Nothing Garden—An interview with Song Dong.” Art World, no. 266 (August 2012): 51–53.Masters, HG. “Documenta 13” (exhibition review). Art Asia Pacific, no. 80 (September/October 2012): 128–9, illustrated. Po, Hung. “Beijing Voice: Leaving Realism Behind.” (The Pace Gallery exhibition review). LEAP, 12 March 2012. http://leapleapleap.com/2012/03/beijing-voice-leaving-realism-behind/Saltz, Jerry. “What Happens After This.” (Documenta 13 review). New York Magazine, 25 June–2 July 2012, illustrated. Song, Dong. “The NS Interview: Song Dong, Artist.” Interview with Alice Gribbin. New Statesman, 27 February 2012. http://www.newstatesman.com/art/2012/02/song-dong-waste-not“Song Dong: Eat the Landscapes.” Di 159 (10 April 2012): 2–4, illustrated.Wei, Lily. "dOCUMENTA (13), Kassel, Germany" (exhibition review). Art News 111, no. 8 (September 2012): 120–121, illustrated. Williams, Eliza. “Song Dong: Waste Not.” (Barbican Art Gallery exhibition review). Art Monthly (May 2012). Zhang, Zixuan. “Evolution of a Master” (Pace Beijing exhibition review). ChinaDaily.com, 28 December 2012. http://usa.chinadaily.com.cm/culture/2012-12/28/content_16063980.htm2011Ardenne, Paul. “Bice Curiger: ILLUMinations / A Present Steeped in History – Bice Curiger on Curating the Venice Biennale.” Art Press 379 (June 2011): 10–17, illustrated. Banks, Eric. “The Merchants of Venice.” W Magazine (June 2011): 58–59, illustrated.Chan, Zoë. “Song Dong: Waste Not.” (Vancouver Art Gallery exhibition review). C: International Contemporary Art 111 (Autumn 2011): 45–47, illustrated.Chen, Nan. “New May Be Silver, but Old is Gold.” China Daily, 22 July 2011. http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/cndy/2011-07/22/content_12956627.htmFitch, Laura. “Conceptual Artist Song Dong Ponders Privacy and Shared Space.” City Weekend, 9 August 2011. http://www.cityweekend.com.cn/beijing/articles/blogs-beijing/art/conceptual-artist-song-dong-ponders-privacy-and-shared-space/Goldstein, Andrew M. “Light Show: Searching for Substance in the Venice Biennale’s ‘ILLUMInations’ Exhibition.” Artinfo.com, 17 June 2011. http://www.artinfo.com/news/story/37906/light-show-searching-for-substance-in-the-venice-biennales-illuminations-exhibition/?page=5Hammond, D. “The Creature from the Black Laguna.” The Art Economist 7 (September 2011): 48–53, illustrated.Hunt, Andrew. “Song Dong.” Art Monthly 348 (July/August 2011), illustrated.Jansen, Chiu-Ti. “East Meets West - A New Yorker’s Encounter with Chinese Art.” NYO Magazine (March 2011).Lam, Melissa. “Song Dong. Waste Not.” Vie des Arts 222 (2011): 68–69.“Song Dong Exhibition for Barbican 2012.” Artlyst, 20 December 2011. “Song Dong + Yin Xiuzhen: The Way of Chopsticks III” (Chambers Fine Art exhibition review). Contemporary Art & Investment 55 (July 2011): 117, illustrated.Sun, Dongdong. “The Wisdom of the Poor.”(UCCA exhibition review). LEAP (June 2011): 115–121, illustrated.Tinari, Philip. “Thirty Years of Chinese Contemporary Art: The Moving Image in China 1988–2011.” Art Forum (September 2011): 158.Wei, Lilly. “It Takes Two: Song Dong and Yin Xiuzhen.” (Chambers Fine Art exhibition review). Art in America (1 December 2011). http://www.artinamericamagazine.com/news-opinion/news/2011-12-01/song-dong/.2010Fabus, Palo. “In China with Jérôme Sans.” Umelec 14, no. 2 (2010): 68.Filippova, Darja. “Song Dong: A Blot on the Landscape” (Pace Beijing exhibition review). Leap 6 (December 2010): 210–211, illustrated.Gyorody, Andrea and Charles Changduk Kang. “Edible Landscapes” (PaceWildenstein event review). Gastronomica (Summer 2010): 10–12, illustrated.“Pace Beijing” (exhibition review). CIGE Gallery Guide (November 2010): illustrated.Sanderson, Edward. “Kitchen Catalstrophes” (Pace Beijing exhibition review). Art Slant, 29 November 2010. http://www.artslant.com/cn/articles/show/20310Wu, Ziru. "Performance art's rare retrospective a poignant mix" (exhibition review). Global Times, 31 August 2010: illustrated.Zhu, Linyong. "Performance art is dead" (exhibition review). China Daily, 15 September 2010: 18, illustrated.2009Cotter, Holland. “The Collected Ingredients of a Beijing Life.” (Museum of Modern Art exhibition review). The New York Times, 15 July 2009, illustrated. Song, Dong. “A Half Century Laid Bare.” (Museum of Modern Art exhibition review). Interview with Olivier Krischer. Art Asia Pacific (November/December 2009): 68–77.O’Dea, Madeleine. “The Long View: A Short History of Chinese Contemporary Art.” The Beijinger (September 2009): 26, illustrated.2008Butler Rex. “The World is Not Enough: Art and Globalisation.” artUS 21 (January 2008): 29–37.Hao, Yadong. “Song Dong.” Art World 6 (August/September 2008): 76–79.2007Benaim, Henri Stéphan. “Song Dong.” (Beijing Commune exhibition review) Art Asia Pacific 55 (September/October 2007): 170.Harren, Natilee. “Song Dong, Yin Xiuzhen” (Redcat Gallery exhibition review). ArtUS 18 (2007): 18, illustrated.Paterson, Carrie. “Song Dong and Yin Xiuzhen (Redcat, Los Angeles).” Flash Art 253 (March/April 2007): 126.Yu, Christina. “Waste Not: An Interview with Song Dong.” Chicago Art Journal 17 (Spring 2007): 104–112.2006“Artworks for the Long March Yan’an Project.” Yishu 5, no. 3 (Fall/September 2006): 96, illustrated.Aspden, Peter. “Streets Paved with Fig Rolls: A Landscape of Biscuits and Words Whispered are the Transient Media of Two London Artworks.” Financial Times Weekend Magazine, 25 February 2006: 46.Skidelsky, William. “Half Art, All Biscuit.” New Statesman 19, no. 900 (2006): 27, illustrated.“The Tale of Reusing Old Items.” Hong Kong Economic Journal, 26 September 2006: 36. 2005Campagnola, Sonia. “Focus China.” Flash Art 38, no. 241 (March/April 2005): 88–95, illustrated.Hou, Hanru. “China Today.” Flash Art 38, no.241 (March/April 2005): 96–101.2004Chang, Alexandra. “Fresh: 6th Generation Chinese Video Artists.” Art Asia Pacific 41 (2004): 58–62.Napack, Jonathan. “Young Beijing.” Art in America 92 (June/July 2004): 142–145, illustrated.Pollack, Barbara. “Mainland Dreams on Tape.” Art in America 92 (June/July 2004): 130–133.2003Egan, Annabel. “Elbow Room for a Bolder Stance.” South China Morning Post, 1 October 2003: S4.Heartney, Eleanor. “Song Dong and Yin Xiuzhen at Chambers Fine Art.” Art in America 91, no. 5 (May 2003): 145, illustrated.Piguet, Philippe. “Alors, la Chine? Eh bien, la voila!” Oeil Magazine International d Art (2003).2001Chiu, Melissa. “Slight of Hand: The Use of Text in Contemporary Chinese Art.” Art Asia Pacific 29 (2011): 78–83, illustrated.Doran, Valerie. “Book Review: ‘Exhibiting Experimental Art in China’ by Wu Hung”. Orientations, 32, No. 5 (2001). Song DongBooks and Catalogues Song Dong Books 2019The Allure of: Matter Material art from China (exhibition catalogue). Texts Wu Hung, Orianna Cacchione, Christine Mehring and Trevor Smith. Los Angeles: Los Angeles County Museum of Art, 2019: 187–191, illustrated.20174th Documentary Exhibition of Fine Arts: Stress Field (exhibition catalogue). Hubei, China: Hubei Museum of Art, 2017: illustrated.Munroe, Alexandra, Philip Tinari and Hou Hanru. Art and China after 1989: Theater of the World (exhibition catalogue). New York: Guggenheim Museum, 2017: 188–189, 218–219, illustrated.2016Chinese Whispers: Recent Art from the Sigg and M+ Sigg Collections (exhibition catalogue). Munich, London and New York: Prestel, 2016: 210–3, illustrated.2015China 8: Contemporary Art from China on the Rhine and Ruhr (exhibition catalogue). Cologne: Stiftung für Kunst und Kulture. V., 2015: 358–9, 390–1, 416–7, illustrated.Song Dong (exhibition catalogue). Ostfildern, Germany: Hatje Cantz Verlag, 2015.2014Buchhart, Dieter. The Nature of Disappearnce (exhibition catalogue). New York: Marianne Boesky Gallery, 2014: illustrated.Song Dong + Yin Xiuzhen: The Way of Chopsticks (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Sarah Archer, Eileen Boris and Britta Erickson. Interview with the artists by Philippe Vergne. Philadelphia: The Philadelphia Art Alliance, 2014.Stout, Katharine. Contemporary Drawing: From the 1960s to Now. London: Tate Publishing, 2014: 103, illustrated.The 21st-Century Art Book. London and New York: Phaidon Press, 2014: 250, illustrated.20135th Moscow Biennale of Contemporary Art (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Keti Chukhrov, Alexei Penzin, Pascal Gielen and Svetlana Boym et al. Moscow: Moscow Biennale Art Foundation, 2013.Chanson, Maxime. 700 Artists’ Processes. Paris: editions jannick, 73.Chinese Art Book. London: Phaidon Press Limited, 2013: 13, illustrated.Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China (exhibition catalogue). New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, 2013: 64, fig. 45, illustrated.Yi shu Zhongguo nian du yi shu jia. 5, Song Dong. Chengdu, China: Si chuan mei shu chu ban she, 2013.2012ARSENALE 2012: The First Kyiv International Biennale of Contemporary Art (exhibition catalogue). Kiev: Mystetskyi Arsenal, 2012.Borysevicz, Mathieu; Yuanxing Hu and Philip Tinari. We Are Polit-Sheer-Form: Hong Hao, Xiao Yu, Song Dong, Liu Jianhua, Leng Lin. Hong Kong: Timezone 8, 2012: illustrated.100 Notes – 100 Thoughts / 100 Notizen – 100 Gedanken—no. 084: Song Dong, Doing Nothing (exhibition catalogue). Ostfildern, Germany: Hatje Cantz, 2012.Sanderson, Edward. “Song Dong: Unexpected Encounters.” In The 7th Shenzhen Sculpture Biennale: Accidental Message: Art is Not a System, Not a World (exhibition catalogue). Edited by Ding Liu, Carol Lu and Su Wei. Guangzhou, China: Lingnan Art Publishing House, 2012: 88–91, illustrated.Smith, Karen. “Song Dong: Waiting.” In As Seen 2011 – Notable Artworks by Chinese Artists. Beijing: The Commercial Press Ltd, 2012: 196–9, illustrated.201154th International Art Exhibition: ILLUMINations (exhibition catalogue). Venice: Fondazione La Biennale di Veniza, 2011: illustrated.Domela, Paul. Touched: Liverpool Biennial (exhibition catalogue). United Kingdom: Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art, 2011.He, Juxing, ed. Moving Image in China: 1988–2011 (exhibition catalogue). Shanghai, China: Minsheng Art Museum, 2011.Polit-Sheer-Form Office and Mathieu Borysevicz, ed. We Are Polit-Sheer-Form (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Polit-Sheer-Form Office, Mathieu Borysevicz, Philip Tinari and Hu Yuanxing. Hong Kong: Blue Kingfisher Limited, 2011.Song Dong: Dad and Mom, Don’t Worry About Us, We Are All Well (exhibition catalogue). San Francisco: Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, 2011.Song Dong + Yin Xiuzhen: The Way of Chopsticks III (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Philip Tinari, Wu Hung and John Tancock. New York: Chambers Fine Art, 2011.Yokohama Triennale 2011: Our Magic Hour – How Much of the World Can We Know? (exhibition catalogue). Tokyo: Bijutsu Shuppan-Sha, 2011.2010Absolute Distance (exhibition catalogue), White Space, Beijing: United Nations Development Programme China, 2010.Binghui, Huangfu. The River Project (exhibition catalogue). Australia: Campbelltown Arts Centre, 2010.Chu, Tehi, ed. 2010 Kuandu Biennale: Memories and Beyond (exhibition catalogue).Texts by Alia Swastika, Taisong Chen, Boyi Feng, Tcheonnahm Park, Zoe Butt, Thanavi Chotpradit, etc. Taipei, China: Kuandu Museum of Fine Arts; Taipei National University of the Arts, 2010.Lin, Xiaoping. Children of Marx and Coca-Cola: Chinese Avant-garde Art and Independent Cinema. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 2010.Luo, Zhongli, ed. The Construction Dimension: 2010 Chinese Contemporary Art Invitation Exhibition (exhibition catalogue). Beijing: China Youth Publishing Group, 2010.Tokyo Gallery + BTAP: 1950–2010. Tokyo and Beijing: Tokyo Gallery+BTAP, 2010.Wu, Hung and Peggy Wang, ed. Contemporary Chinese Art: Primary Documents. New York: Museum of Modern Art; Durham: Duke University Press, 2010.2009Bourgeoisified Proletariat (exhibition catalogue), Beijing: Office for Discourse Engineering, 2009.Minissale, Gregory. Framing Consciousness in Art. Amsterdam; New York: Rodopi, 2009.Smith, Terry. What is Contemporary Art? Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2009.Silbergeld, Jerome, ed. Humanism in China – A Contemporary Record of Photography (exhibition catalogue). Text by Richard K Kent. New York: China Institute Gallery, 2009.SU: MBISORI (exhibition catalogue). Jeju Island: Jeju Museum of Art, 2009.The China Project: Three Decades, the Contemporary Chinese Collection (exhibition catalogue). Queensland, Australia: Queensland Art Gallery, 2009.Waste Not: Zhao Xiangyuan & Song Dong (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Wu Hung. Tokyo; Beijing: Tokyo Gallery + Beijing Tokyo Art Projects, 2009.2008Berry, Michael. A History of Pain: Trauma in Modern Chinese Literature and Film. New York: Columbia University Press, 2008: illustrated.Malet, Rosa Maria, ed. Red Aside, Contemporary Chinese Art from the Sigg Collection (exhibition catalogue). Barcelona: Fundació Joan Miró, 2008.Re-Imagining Asia: A Thousand Years of Separation (exhibition catalogue). Berlin: Haus der Kulturen der Welt, 2008.Smith, Terry; Okwui Enwezor and Nancy Condee. Antinomies of Art and Culture: Modernity, Postmodernity, Contemporaneity. Durham: Duke University Press, 2008.Song Dong (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Leng Lin, Philippe Vergne, Huangfu Binghui, Barbara London, Boyi Feng, Wu Hung and the artist. Shanghai: Zendai Museum of Modern Art, 2008.Wu, Hung. Making History: Wu Hung on Contemporary Art. Hong Kong: Timezone 8, 2008.2007China-Facing Reality (exhibition catalogue). Nürnberg, Germany: Verlag für moderne Kunst, 2007.Pasternak, Anne; Michael Brenson; Ruth A Peltason; et al. Creative Time: The Book. New York: Princeton Architectural Press, 2007.Shen, Qinbin; Binghui Huangfu; Biljana Ciric and Shuxia Chen. Soft Power: Asian Attitude (exhibition catalogue). China: Shanghai Zendai Museum of Modern Art, 2007.Wendland, Tomek; Slawomir Sobczak; Sabina Kielczewska; et al. Asia – Europe Mediations (exhibition catalogue). Poznań: Stowarzyszenie Kontekst Sztuki, 2007.2006China Now (exhibition catalogue). Vienna: Sammlung Essl, Kunst der Gegenwart, 2006.Performance Art in China. Hong Kong: Timezone 8, 2006.Sullivan, Michael. Modern Chinese Artists: A Biographical Dictionary. Berkeley: University of California Press, 2006.Water, Water Everywhere… (exhibition catalogue). Scottsdale: Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, 2006.2005Davis, Edward. Encyclopedia of Contemporary Chinese Culture. London; New York: Routledge, 2005.Feng, Boyi. In and Out, or In-between – N Kinds of Space Displacement (exhibition catalogue). Beijing: Soka Contemporary Space, 2005.Mahjong: Contemporary Chinese Art from the Sigg Collection (exhibition catalogue). Germany: Kunstmuseum Bern, 2005.The Plain of Heaven (exhibition catalogue). New York: Creative Time, 2005.Waste Not: Zhao Xiangyuan & Song Dong (exhibition catalogue). Text by Wu Hung. Beijing: Beijing Tokyo Art Projects, 2005.2004Faces in the Crowd: Picturing Modern Life from Manet to Today (exhibition catalogue). Milan: Skira, 2004.Is it Art? (exhibition catalogue). Xi’an, China: Shanxi Provincial Art Museum; Noanoa Center, 2004.Nuridsany, Michael. China Art Now. Paris: Editions Flammarion, 2004.Officina Asia (exhibition catalogue). Milano: Mazzotta, 2004.The Monk & the Demon, Contemporary Art from China (exhibition catalogue). Lyon, France: Musée d'Art Contemporain de Lyon, 2004.2003Eighth International Istanbul Biennial (exhibition catalogue). Turkey: İstanbul Kültür ve Sanat Vakfı, 2003.How Latitudes Become Forms: Art in a Global Age (exhibition catalogue). Minneapolis: Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, 2003.Lemonnier, Anne. Alors, la Chine? (exhibition catalogue). Paris: Centre Georges Pompidou, 2003.Open Era (exhibition catalogue). Beijing: National Art Museum of China, 2003.Post-Reality: Second Hand Reality (exhibition catalogue). Hong Kong: China Today Gallery Publishing House Limited, 2003.2002APT 2002: Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art (exhibition catalogue). Australia: Queensland Art Gallery, 2002.Chopsticks: Song Dong and Yin Xiuzhen (exhibition catalogue). Texts by Christophe W. Mao and Hung Wu. New York: Chambers Fine Art, 2002.PAUSE: Fourth Gwangju Biennale (exhibition catalogue). Gwangju, Korea: Gwangju Biennale Foundation, 2002.Wu, Hung, Huansheng Wang and Boyi Feng, eds. The First Guangzhou Triennial: Reinterpretation: A Decade of Experimental Chinese Art (exhibition catalogue). Guangdong Museum of Art, China, November 18, 2002–January 19, 2003. (Catalogue)2001Living in Time (exhibition catalogue). Berlin: Hamburger Bahnhof Museum, 2001.Van Dijk, Hans and Eduardo Welsh. Portraits, Figures, Couples and Groups (exhibition catalogue). Gent: Modern Chinese Art Foundation, 2001.2000Canceled: Exhibiting Experimental Art in China (exhibition catalogue). Chicago: The David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art, The University of Chicago, 2000.Fuck Off (exhibition catalogue). Shanghai: Eastlink Gallery, 2000.Knopp, Hans-Geord, Danny Yung, Ulrich Sacker, et al. Hong Kong in Berlin: Festival of Vision (exhibition catalogue). Berlin: Haus der Kulturen der Welt, 2000.Microwave Festival 2000 (exhibition catalogue). Hong Kong: Videotage, 2000.Song Dong in London (exhibition catalogue). Text by Alessio Antoniolli. London: Institute of International Visual Arts, 2000.1999Cities on the Move 7 (exhibition catalogue). Helsinki, Finland: Kiasma: Museum of Contemporary Art, 1999.Fast>>Forward New Chinese Video Art (exhibition catalogue). Hong Kong: Hanart TZ Gallery, 1999.Transience: Chinese Art at the End of 20th Century (exhibition catalogue). Text by Wu Hung. Chicago: The David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art, The University of Chicago, 1999.1998Inside Out: New Chinese Art (exhibition catalogue). Text by Gao Minglu. New York: Asia Society, 1998.Schneide, Eckhard R. ed. Im Spiegel Der Eigenen Tradition (exhibition catalogue), Beijing: Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, 1998.Trace of Existence: A Private Showing of China Contemporary Art ’98 (exhibition catalogue), Beijing: Juscrea Graphics Design & Consulting, 1998.