Born in Sichuan, China, Huang Yin (黄引) graduated from the Oil Department of Sichuan Fine Arts Academy, Chongqing and is currently a professional painter in Beijing.
About Huang Yin and Her Artworks
– Being brought up under the red banner, like many other Chinese contemporary artists from the 1970s, Huang Yin went through the enormous change of China’s historical cross-sections – the Mao era.
– The iconic symbol in Huang Yin’s paintings are often a single or a group of little boys, in their blue trousers, white shirts and red scarves. This is the most typical image of pupils in the Mao era.
– The little boys also remind the audience of the famous children fables, The Adventures of Pinocchio by Carlo Collodi and The Lord of Flies by William Golding. The story of Pinocchio suggests that lies are present; people who know the history about Mao know the reasons and background of the lies.
Huang Yin Around the Globe
– Huang Yin has participated in over 50 solo and group exhibitions internationally, including China, Hong Kong, Belgium, France, the Netherlands, Australia and the U.S. from 1997 through 2014.
– Huang’s artwork has been shortlisted and showcased at the Alumni of Sichuan Fine Arts Institute Art Exhibition held at Suzhou Art Museum from May to June 2013. The show featured oil works created by outstanding alumni from class of 1992 to 2012.
Huang Yin’s Awards
– Huang’s painting, ‘As a fleeting wave, youth passes’, was awarded by National Art Museum of China in 1997.
– Her work, ‘Spring comes and goes’, won a bronze award at the 9th National Art Exhibition held by National Art Museum in 1999.
Huang Yin at Auctions
– Huang had an auction record price of HK$217,836 at Poly International in June, 2013.