• • Lei Shuang, originally from Changsha, Hunan, was born in a scholarly family. His grandfather Lei Ke and his two brothers are known as the “”Three Masters of Hunan History”” in the history of Chinese art. Now living in Beijing. National first-class artist. Graduated from the Fifth Creative Research Class of the Oil Painting Department of the Central Academy of Fine Arts.
• •In 2021, selected into the top 100 top contemporary artists of Asian influence (BNAAC Asia Pacific Art Research Center/Beverly North American Contemporary Art Center). In 1996, invited by the American Women Artists League to participate in the first exhibition of the BEIJING AND BEYOND international tour exhibition held at the United Nations Building in New York. In 1999, his work “”Night and Day”” won the Excellence Award from the Asia Pacific Art Institute and went to Washington to participate in the award ceremony. In 1998 and 2008, he held two solo exhibitions at the National Art Museum of China; in 2019, he held a solo exhibition “”Language of Light-Lei Shuang Art Exhibition”” at the Guardian Art Center. “”Inscribing the Body and Gendering the Canon: Women’s Art in Contemporary China.””, published by Harvard University and written by an American art historian, has a specific focus on the art of Lei Shuang Special academic analysis and discussion, four works of art are published.