XIAO LU
b. 1962 in Hangzhou, China. Lives and works in Beijing, China.

Best known for raising a gun and shooting at her work in the National Art Museum of China a few months before the Tiananmen Square protest of 1989, thus precipitating the closing down of the show by the government, and her brief arrest, Xiao Lu is considered one of China’s most influential and provocative female artists. Some of her most famous works include Sperm, a documentary about her unsuccessful search for a sperm donor and her Love Letter charcoal series.
12 Sep - 05 Oct, 201910 Chancery Lane Gallery
10 Chancery Lane Gallery is pleased to present Xiao Lu, one of China’s most provocative performance artists. This will be the Xiao Lu's first solo exhibition in Hong Kong, featuring both a retrospective of her most iconic works and a new performance — created specifically for the city of Hong Kong.

Xiao Lu’s works have been included in many recent international museum exhibitions including 4A Centre Contemporary Asian Art in Sydney (2019), the Tate, London (2018), the Zhuzhong Art Museum, Beijing (2018) and the Guggenheim Museum in New York (2017).
27 - 30 Mar, 2014
Join us at Art Paris,from March 27th to March 30th 2014
Grand Palais, China Section, Booth F11

We are presenting works by:
Huang Rui, Ma Desheng, Pan Jian, Shi Guorui, Wang Keping, Xiao Lu, Xiao Zheluo, Zhao Gang
08 Dec, 2011 - 16 Feb, 201210 Chancery Lane Gallery
8 December 2011, Hong Kong — FORCES explores the works of five artists and how they interact. Playing on the idea of the Chinese five elements and the effects they have upon each other as a constant action and reaction. The system of five elements was used for describing interactions and relationships between phenomena. The artists in their processes all work in a way incorporating the forces of nature into their dynamic and use varying elements of Wood, Fire, Earth, Metal and Water creating a dialogue between them.
26 May - 28 Aug, 2011
Since the Stars (XING XING, in Chinese) Exhibition of 1979 there have been many moments of struggle for artists in China. A struggle to express themselves through art during times of open attitude and times of closing, traditional thinking and changing times. This exhibition brings together 17 artists’ works that contribute to the ongoing discussion on artistic freedom and expression in China and beyond its borders.