Qin Jun was born in 1987 in Liaoning Province, He graduated in 2010 with a BFA from Department of Sculpture, Dalian Polytechnic University, China and in 2012, graduated with an MFA from Department of Fine Arts, Southampton University, UK. He currently lives and works in Beijing.
Whether sculpture or painting, his artworks all rigidly adhere to predetermined forms and regulations. In his sculptures, basic geometrical shapes such as squares, circles and triangles point to modular surface features. They are mutually connected on the basis of a standard assembly method. The structural relation between these various elements all link up with modern social mass-production.
Public Collection of Qin Ju’ work are the Zheng Guan Art Museum, Frank Yang Collection and Haha Museum of Art in China. His solo exhibitions in museums and galleries include Qin Jun, WHITE SPACE BEIJING, Beijing, (2015); The End of World, Winchester School of Art, Southampton University, UK (2012); Technical Romance, Winchester School of Art, Southampton University, UK (2011). His group exhibitions include A White Space Odyssey, WHITE SPACE BEIJING, Beijing, (2019), Referencing Alexander Calder: A Dialogue in Contemporary Chinese Art, Klein Sun Gallery, New York, (2017); Gengons – Structure Dimension of New Abstraction, The Emerging Arts Research Centre, Beijing, China (2015) and New Generation of abstract art, Si Shang Art Museum, Beijing in 2014.