Faye Wei Wei (b.1994 in London, UK) graduated from the Slade School of Fine Art in London, UK (BA Hons) in 2016.  Faye Wei Wei conceives of the painting process as an intimate choreography between actual and pictorial space. Often revolving around spiritual iconography and classical myth, love rituals and the theatricality of gender, her works sometimes suggest the themes of particular mythic narratives, and at other moments seem to depart into a more ambiguous, interior space of incongruity and uncertainty.


Recent solo exhibitions include: 'If You Sat Long Enough You Could See A Flower Bloom', Project Room, Galerie Kandlhofer, Vienna (2020); 'I've Always Been A Weeper At The Cinema', Cob Gallery, London (2019); 'Sweet Bitter, Valentine', SADE Gallery, Los Angeles (2018); 'CFCCA Presents: Faye Wei Wei', Centre For Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester (2018).


Recent group exhibitions: 'Topian Gardens', ltd los angeles at Gallery Vacancy part of Condo Shanghai, China (2019); 'Shifts in Time', curated by McNamara Art Projects, Over the Influence, LA, USA (2019); 'and I'll have a pepper-shaker in my cave, so laugh.' curated by Kate Eringer, ltd los angeles, LA, USA, (2019).


Wei Wei was awarded a commission by the British Council Hong Kong, in collaboration with Phillips Auction House, as part of the SPARK programme (2019) and received the Cass Art painting prize for for Final Year Slade Graduates (2016).