Bio

Xuemeng Zhang is a photo-based artist whose practice is driven by exploring connections between the mind and the eye. Her work focuses on psychological and social themes such as self-identity, alienation and a sense of belonging, and apprehension and mindfulness. Zhang holds a BA in Psychology and Studio Art from Clark University. She is currently pursuing her MFA in Photography, Video, and Related Media from the School of Visual Arts (2022), where she was awarded the Assistantship Scholarship. Zhang’s work has been exhibited in many group exhibitions in New York and New England. 

Education

2022  School of Visual Arts, M.F.A in Photography, Video and Related Media

2020  Clark University, B.A in Psychology and Studio Art with Highest Honors, Summa Cum Laude

 

Selected Group Exhibitions

2021  Consuming Entities, SVA Gallery, New York, NY

2020  Emerge 2020, Gallery 263, Cambridge, MA 

2020  Senior Thesis Show, Clark University, Worcester, MA

2020  Undergraduate Photography Now VIII, A R E A Gallery, Boston, MA

2019  Crosscurrents, Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, Philadelphia, PA

2019  Eighteenth ArtsWorcester Biennial, ArtsWorcester, Worcester, MA

2019  Undergraduate Photography Now VII, Lesley University Hall Galley, Cambridge, MA

2019  Show, Don’t Tell, Art Lab Gallery, Clark University, Worcester, MA

2019  President’s Emerging Artists Series, Clark University, Worcester, MA

2019  Fifteenth Annual College Show, ArtsWorcester, Worcester, MA

2019  Built/Broken-Student Response Exhibition, Art Lab Gallery, Clark University, Worcester, MA

2019  "Vision of Growth" Exhibition, Clark University campus, Worcester, MA

2018  "Being" Exhibition, Art Lab Gallery, Clark University, Worcester, MA

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