Guoying Stacy Zhang reflects upon the life and work of Cui Xiuwen.
Cui Xiuwen's life and legacy is honored in Yishu Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art.
Art Asia Pacific announces the passing of Chinese contemporary artist Cui Xiuwen.
An in depth article about Ciu Xiuwen's exhibition "Angel's Light" at the Arthur M. Sackler Museum of Art and Archeology at Peking Univeristy.
Cui Xiuwen is one of 100 female artists showing in this group show at the Long Museum in Shanghai, China.
Cui Xiuwen's solo exhibition in Beijing is reviewed by China Daily.
Bazaar Art reviews Cui Xiuwen's solo show "Angel Light" at the Peking University Sackler Museum of Art and Archeology in Beijing, China.
Cui Xiuwen is featured alongside other prominent artists in the Culture Trip.
Gao Rong and Cui Xiuwen are featured alongside other prominent female artists in the Culture Trip.
Cui Xiuwen's work is reviewed in the Japanese culture journal Arena.
Cui Xiuwen's body of work is mentioned in Yishu Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, in an academic essay by Taliesen Thomas who asks: "Can there be Chinese feminism in contemporary Chinese art?"
Cui Xiuwen is interviewed for her solo show in Klein Sun Gallery.
artnet news interviews Cui Xiuwen ahead of her solo show "Awakening of the Flesh" (Klein Sun Gallery, 2015).
"Awakening of the Flesh" (Klein Sun Gallery, 2015) is selected as 'The Lookout' section of Art in America.
Christopher Moore reviews Cui Xiuwen's solo show.
Cui Xiuwen's approach to female sexuality is mentioned in this longform article on Chinese contemporary art.
Cui Xiuwen is interviewed in light of her participation in the group show "Half the Sky."
Cui Xiuwen participates in a Q&A about her career and oeuvre for Baccarat Hong Kong.
The performance piece Destiny of A Life Time is reviewed by Global Times.
Cui Xiuwen is featured alongside Zhang Xiaogang and other prominent artists in a Harper's Bazaar feature.
Zhang Dali, Cui Xiuwen, Li Hongbo's works are featured in the Brattelboro Museum & Art Center exhibition "Hot Pot", as reported by China Daily.
Cui's work is studied in Barcelon-based art and culture magazine Lamono.
Art critic and scholar Ellen Pearlman reviews Cui Xiuwen and Miao Xiaochun for Hyperallergic.
Professor Patricia Karetzky examines Cui's Spiritual Realm film for feminist art journal n.paradoxa.
Cui Xiuwen is mentioned as a noteworthy artist to visit in the group show "Half the Sky."
Cui Xiuwen's exhibition is reviewed in the blog Burnaway.
A reivew of Cui's "Existential Emptiness" (Klein Sun Gallery, 2011).
Cui Xiuwen is mentioned in a feature about "Half the Sky," a group show of Chinese female artists.
Market news on Cui Xiuwen's video piece "Lady's Room."
Cui Xiuwen's solo show "Existential Emptiness" (Klein Sun Gallery, 2011) is reviewed in Art in America.
French critic Dominique Baque reviews Cui Xuiwen's 'Angel' Series.
Cui Xiuwen's solo show "Existential Emptiness" (Klein Sun Gallery, 2011) is featured in Jing Daily.
Sing Tao Daily looks at Cui Xiuwen's solo show "Existential Emptiness" (Klein Sun Gallery, 2011).
Looking at the emergence of Chinese contemporary photography, Be-Art Magazine selects Cui Xiuwen as a leader in her field.
Cui Xiuwen's 2010 solo exhibition is reviewed in Artslant.
ArtSlant speaks with Cui ahead of her solo show "Existential Emptiness" at Klein Sun Gallery in 2010.
A column for Artforum Diary mentions Cui Xiuwen's presence during the Hong Kong art fairs in 2009.
Ciu Xiuwen is one of the several artists noted by Holland Cotter in a feature tracking the emergence of female artists in China.
The artist Isidro Blasco lists Cui Xiuwen's show as one of the highlighted things to do in Shanghai.