Lives and Works: Lhasa
Gade was born May 1971 in Lhasa, Tibet. He graduated from the Art Department of Tibet University, where he later went on to teach. In 1992 he began his studies of Chinese painting and art history at the Central Academy of Art in Beijing, which saw him return to traditional Tibetan painting techniques in his work whilst using images taken from Western contemporary popular culture. He is a founding member of the Gedun Choephel Artists’ Guild; has exhibited in numerous solo and group shows internationally, and co-curated the ground-breaking Scorching Sun of Tibet exhibition at the Songzhuang Art Center, Beijing - the first museum show of Tibetan contemporary art in China. His artworks are featured in private and public collections around the world including the National Art Museum of China, the World Museum Liverpool and The White Rabbit Foundation, Australia. Currently he lives and works in Lhasa and Beijing.
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