Zhongwen Hu is a Shanghai raised, New York based painter, illustrator, and animator, who is proficient in combining joy and peace, and expresses the vibrant spirit and atmosphere of daily life scene.With a sensitive approach, her work can be seen in projects for galleries, book publishing and editorial. Among her many honors and awards include those from Top Shorts Online Film Festiva Best Experimental Film; Five Continents International Film Festival Best Animation Short Film; Best Shorts Competition Award of Merit: Animation; etc. Zhongwen’s many exhibitions include those at “30 under 30” at Viridian Artists, curated by Whitney Museum Curator Chrissie Iles; Axis Gallery Sacramento; ArtHelix; Point of Contact Gallery; Baton Rouge Gallery; Random Access Gallery; Spark Contemporary Art Space; and Michael Sickler Gallery; among others.
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