Yuan Fang (b. 1996, Shenzhen, China) is a visual artist who lives and works in New York. She graduated from the Visual and Critical Studies Program at School of Visual Arts (BFA) with Rhodes Family Award for Outstanding Achievement. Her works have been exhibited in the United States and China, including Yuan Fang: Liminalities, Time Arts, New York (2019); Cross-Cultural Practice: Recent Works by Chinese ArtistsinNew York, 285 Jay Street, Brooklyn (2019); Surface 8 at ARENA, Brooklyn Dermatology, Brooklyn (2019) and Artificial Boundary, Fou Gallery, Brooklyn (2018).
Fang's paintings are about staring, absorbing, and eventually detaching from our surroundings.
She constructs impossible space as a venue of denial of the static. She believes that everything is in the stage of transformation, and the entire human being is all part of the whole universe. She is interested in persistent uncertainty and human erotism.