Non-commercial and non-profit educational site produces a one-page spread of Wei Dong's solo show "Observer" at Klein Sun Gallery.
A sneak peak of Wei Dong's solo show "Observer" at Klein Sun Gallery.
Yannis Kostarias takes a look at Wei Dong's exhibition at Sotheby's and his works relation to moral and ethical issues in Chinese society.
Wei Dong's recent paintings stray away from the erotic and towards traditional shanshui landscape.
Hiart explores Wei Dong's exhibition at Today Art Museum.
Wei Dong presents more than 100 paintings at the Today art Museum, Bejing, China.
Cafa Art Info examines Wei Dong's solo show at the Today art Museum exhibiting work dated back to the early 1990's.
Sotheby's publishes a Q&A with Wei Dong in light of his exhibition at the auction house.
The Edge Gallerie explores Wei Dong's exhibition at Sotheby's.
Sotheby’s Hong Kong Gallery covers the artist’s oeuvre of the past two decades from 1996 to 2015.
Wei Dong explains his interest in religion and female sexuality within his work.
The observer reviews Wei Dong's solo exhibition at the Nicholas Robinson Gallery.
The Nicholas Robinson Gallery exhibits Wei Dong alongside a group exhibition including artists such as Damien Hirst and Nick Cave.
Anthem interviews Wei Dong about the influence of classical paintings on his on works.
Art News reviews Wei Dong's work at Stefan Stux Gallery.
The Village Voice interviews Wei Dong.
The New York Times reviews Wei Dong as a second wave Chinese artist.
ARTnews reviews Wei Dong's sexually charged works.
American art critic Ken Johnson reviews Wei Dong's exhibition at Jack Tilton Gallery.
Art critic Jonathan Goodman reviews Wei Dong's first solo show in New York at Jack Tilton Gallery.