Geng Xue is included in The Artsy Vanguard, Artsy’s annual feature spotlighting the 50 artists who are shaping the future of contemporary art.
Geng Xue's ceramic works are featured in Hi-Fructose.
Geng Xue's porcelain and ceramic works are featured in Ceramics Art and Perception.
The work of Geng Xue and the artists exhibiting at the Venice Bienalle's China Pavillion are reviewed on Artnet News.
Geng Xue's work Borrowing an Easterly Wind No. 5 is featured as the cover image for the June 2018 issue of the Mascara Literary Review
Sinovision interviews gallery associate Phil Cai about Geng Xue's solo exhibtion "Mount Sumeru".
Writer Andrew Shiue reviews Geng Xue's solo exhibition "Mount Sumeru" as "a cross between surrealist art and Chinese painting."
Art Radar reviews Geng Xue's solo exhibition at Klein Sun Gallery.
Artnet highlights Geng Xue's solo exhibition "Mount Sumeru" on their Featured Galleries page under 'Chinese Art'.
Les Femmes Folles interviews Geng Xue about her solo exhibtion "Mount Sumeru" at Klein Sun Gallery.
Art Fuse dissects Geng Xue's "Mount Sumeru" and her use of human body parts and sound installation to represent physical and spiritual elements.
Blouin Artinfo features Geng Xue's solo exhibition "Mount Sumeru" at Klein Sun Gallery.
artnet News includes Geng Xue's solo exhibition, "Mount Sumeru" in their go-to guide for Frieze Week.
CAFA Art Info features Geng Xue's solo exhibition, "Mount Sumeru".
Artsy's list of 20 influential ceramicists in the the art world, naming Geng Xue as one of them.
Blouin Art Info asks "Is the art world a boy’s club?"
Geng Xue is nominated in the The First Young Contemporary Ceramic Art Biennale.
Global Times reviews Geng Xue's animated short "Mr. Sea" at MoCA Shanghai.
Yibada Media explores Geng Xue's sculptures.
Geng Xue is awarded the Sino-French art honor award.
Austrailia based blog lists group show including Geng Xue as a must see.
Cafa Art Info examines Geng Xue's short film 'Mr. Sea" and sculpture "Big Woman" from her solo show in China.
Geng Xue's film "Mr. Sea" is listed as one of the best works in Shanghai.
China Daily interviews Geng Xue at Art Expo Chicago.
Geng Xue exhibits among 23 other young Chinese artists at Pearl Lam Galleries in China.
The Nebraska based arts and criticism blog feature Ying Zhu and Geng Xue in light of their respective solo shows at Klein Sun Gallery.
Artsy visits Klein Sun Gallery and reviews the duo shows of Geng Xue and Ying Zhu.
"Borrowing an Easterly Wind" and "Live Like an Astronaut" (Klein Sun Gallery, 2015) is part of the 'Art' section of Wall Street International.
SinoVision Journal reporter Lani Nelson brings you the story of Geng Xue and Ying Zhu's opening reception (Klein Sun Gallery, 2015).
Art of the Times writes about Geng Xue and Ying Zhu's exhibition (Klein Sun Gallery, 2015).
Alison Martin from the Examiner reviews Geng Xue, "Borrowing An Easterly Wind" and Ying Zhu, "Live Like an Astronaut" exhibition (Klein Sun Gallery, 2015).
Rick Widmer of the Analect interviews Geng Xue.
Geng Xue's film "Mr. Sea" is reviewed by Art Asia Pacific.
Shanghai Today interviews Geng Xue about her artistic process and love of porcelain.
Geng Xue's porcelain themed film "Mr. Sea" is critiqued by Yibada Media.
Blog dedicated to Chinese women's art and culture reviews Geng Xue's "Mr. Sea."
Award winning blog dedicated to finding the latest design, art and technology writes about Geng Xue's interest in film and porcelain.