Meng Jiabao

Meng Jiabao was born in 1991 in China. Her ancestral home is Tangshan with Manchu roots.

She graduated from China Central Academy of Fine Arts in 2015 with a Bachelor Degree. Since 2018 she has been a Master candidate of China Central Academy of Fine Arts. Now she works and lives in Beijing.

Meng Jiabao 
China

The Beginning
2019
Acrylic painting on high-tech fabric
100 x 300 cm, 6 pieces
Image courtesy of the Artist

*This work is part of the online exhibition only. The exhibition will display another work.

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