Feng Xiao-Min in his studio
© Michel Lunardelli

Born in 1959 in Shanghai, Feng Xiao-Min is a French-Chinese artist. His passion for art was clear from a very young age. He grew up in a family of intellectuals (banking family from his mother’s side) and did quality schooling with a father leading and opening Feng Xiao-Min’s mind to art.

After graduating from Fine Arts school in China, he went to France in 1988, where he studied, then taught at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. After that, he decided to focus entirely on his own creations.

Nowadays, his artworks are represented by Opera Gallery, an international gallery with 16 locations worldwide in the largest and most important cities, and by Philippe Staib Gallery. Furthermore, his works are often presented in prestigious auction houses, such as Christie’s, Sotheby’s, or Phillips etc…

In addition, several French publishers have published numerous books on his paintings and calligraphy, and some of his paintings had been chosen to be integrated into French school manuals.

Feng Xiao-Min frequently exhibits at international art fairs and biennales and was commissioned to produce work for the 2017 BRICS summit. Today, his artworks are collected and presented in various private and public collections, including galleries, museums and foundations, in France and abroad.