The Herald Tribune lists Ling Jian's show "Observation/Reference/Gesture" at Willis Smith Gallery, Ringling College of Art and Design, as number two in the Top 10 go see exhibitions.
The Art Gent does a Q&A with Ling Jian about art, food and life style.
Lin Jian's painting featured at the Waldorf Astoria in Beijing, China.
Artsy reviews Ling Jian's solo show at Klein Sun Gallery.
Art Radar Journal interviews Ling Jian in light of his solo show at Klein Sun Gallery.
Ling Jian speaks with Creator's Project about the shark paintings in his solo show at Klein Sun Gallery.
Art critic Daniel Gauss reviews Ling Jian's paintings, noting that "Ling seems to be addressing the erosion of Communist Party values dealing with the equality of women and highlighting the increasing encroachment of ‘the beauty myth’ into Chinese culture as a result of the post-Maoist open-door policy."
Hi-Fructose examines the large-scale paintings of Ling Jian in his solo show "Nature Chain" at Klein Sun Gallery.
Critic Cody Ross reviews Ling Jian's "Nature Chain," on view at Klein Sun Gallery.
Ling Jian is interviewed in the Hint Magazine blog in light of his solo exhibition at Klein Sun Gallery.
Ling Jian creates a series of paintings for On Sharks & Humanity, which explores humanities charged relationships with sharks.
Ling Jian's paintings are featured on the Hi-Fructose blog.