China Academy of Art
Wang Xin
Professor, CAA

Wang Xin is the Architect of the Zao Yuan Studio as well as the Editor of Wu Youyuan.

In 2006, Prof. Wang was awarded as one of Domus + 78 Chinese Architects & Designers by the Italian architecture magazine Domus.

In 2008, he was one of the 20 Chinese artists who attended the "Chinese Gardens for Living" exhibition at the invitation of Staatliche Kunstsammlungen Dresden. Three artworks by Prof. Wang are in the collection of the National Art Museum of China.

In 2013, Prof. Wang held his solo exhibition: An Architecture Towards Shanshui, at Peking University.

In 2016, under the leadership of Prof. Wang, the "Red House", the main building of Maritime Silk Road Art Park – Asia in Quanzhou was completed.

Prof. Wang became the curator of the "Masters of South China" exhibition at the Crafts Museum, CAA in 2017, and the chief designer of the exhibition space. 

In 2018, Prof. Wang designed the exhibition space for the exhibition "The Oriental Bamboo-Art of Exhibition on Asian Bamboo" at Crafts Museum, CAA.

In November 2018, Prof. Wang attended the exhibition "From/To: the Frontier of Chinese Art Education" which was jointly organized by CAA and San Francisco Art Institute, and displayed his artwork "The Reversed Antique Shelf".

In 2019, Prof. Wang was awarded "Young Erudite Craftsman" by CAA.

In April 2019, Prof. Wang attended The 3rd International Public Art Invitation Exhibition of Hangzhou New Bay Zone, and exhibited his artwork "A Night with Bright Moon Over The Sea".

In May 2019, Prof. Wang held his solo exhibition "Reimagine Gardening as Architecture" at Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts.

In 2023, Prof. Wang created an artwork titled "Quintuple Styles of Song Dynasty", which was exhibited in the China Pavillion in La Biennale di Venezia.