YveYANG is pleased to announce our participation in West Bund Art & Design 2018, Shanghai.
Chando Ao was born in Chongqing, China, 1990, and now Lives and works in New York and Shanghai. Education: Tufts University + School of Museum of Fine Arts, 2016. Recipient of The Chan Sculpture Award receiver, 2015.
Dutch artist Tim Enthoven makes drawings, installations, situations, books, and video. His exhibitions include Language of Time at Annual Reportt in Copenhagen, The Form Of Form at the Lisbon Architecture Triennial, Partners at Abrons Art Center in New York and The Tiny Tim, the early years of Tim Enthoven at MU Artspace in Eindhoven. His work was published in The New York Times Magazine, Zeit Magazin and Le Monde amongst others. He got his BDes in communication-design from Design Academy Eindhoven and recently got received his MFA from Yale University. He currently lives and works in Amsterdam.
Sam Ghantous (b. 1989) explores architecture’s tension with technology and its effects on cultural production. His work exists both online and in real life as objects, images, videos, situations, and installations. He recently graduated from the MIT Department of Architecture where he teaches and researches now. Sam has contributed to exhibitions in Toronto, Canada; Cambridge, USA; and Venice, Italy.
Ceel Mogami de Haas (1982) was born in Botswana and first moved to the Netherlands to attend the Gerrit Rietveld Academy. He went on to study English and American literature in France, subsequently did his MFA at HEAD, Geneva, Switzerland, where he later opened the art space ‘one fog in gee’. In 2017 he moved back to Amsterdam for a residency period at the Rijksakademie van Beeldende Kunsten.
David OReilly is an artist, film-maker and game designer whose distinctive style has made him one of the most respected and influential creative voices of the contemporary scene. Creator of the groundbreaking animated films Please Say Something and The External World, his work has won numerous awards and been the subject of several retrospectives internationally. He served as writer for the television shows Adventure Time & South Park, and created the fictional video games in Spike Jonze’s Academy Award-winning film Her. In 2014 he released his first game Mountain and in 2017 released his second game, Everything, which is a metaphysical tour de force that suggests entirely new directions for games as an art form.
Bjørn Sparrman (b.1989, US) lives and works in Cambridge, Massachusetts. He received his BFA from Calvin College in 2012 and his Masters of Science in Art, Culture and Technology from Massachusetts Institute of Technology in 2016. He is currently Research Lead at the Self-Assembly Lab at MIT. As recipient of the ArtPrize 2014 Pitchnight grant, he exhibited his large public work, The Grand River Checkpoint Project, during the citywide festival in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
Ye Wang was born in Changsha, China, 1991, currently Lives and works in New York and Changsha. Ye graduated from China Central Academy of Fine Arts, Art and Design at 2013, and then received his MFA from Yale University School of Art at 2017. His recent shows include Time Square, Yve YANG, New York, NY, 10036; Americans 2017, LUMA Westbau Löwenbräukunst Limmatstrasse 270 8005 Zurich; Say - so, EIK Gallery 32 Edgewood Ave New Haven CT 06511; Yale School of Art Sculpture Thesis Show, 1156 Chapel Street New Haven CT 06511; Queering Space, 1156 Chapel Street New Haven CT 06511; Esoteric Rodeo, 1156 Chapel Street New Haven CT 06511; Dark Side of the (Sailor) Moon, 36 Edgewood Ave New Haven CT 06511; Shifting Subjecthoods, Torrance Shipman 219 36th Street 4th Floor Brooklyn NY 11232.
Chando Ao, Tim Enthoven, Sam Ghantous, Ceel Mogami de Haas, David OReilly, Bjorn Sparrman, Ye Wang