Jingjing is a multimedia conceptual artist who frequently employs experimental narrative techniques to present a possible future infused with absurd imaginings and humor, juxtaposing contradictory facets to refract and challenge unresolved historical issues. 

In this realm, she contemplates and delves into the essence of personal politics, absence, gender, death, philosophy, dynamics of power, and trauma. Her works serve not only as invitations to meditative introspection but also as interventions into how we exist and love in our present lives, how we find meaning related to our own experiences.

Through her multidisciplinary practice, she utilizes objects, language, imagery, and drama to inquire into our roles and responsibilities as interdependent beings within our shared environment and the impact of media on contemporary culture. She delves deep into the complexities of technological neocolonialism, exploring the possibilities of constructing the future from challenging realities within a "non-place" global context. Her artwork spans installation, video, sound, animation, light, performance, sculpture, painting, drawing, coding, mixed media, and photography.


Lin was profiled by TATE research Center: Asia, as part of their ongoing study of “ Women Artist in Contemporary China”.

Lin ’s works have been exhibited in major public museums including the National Art Museum of Chile in Santiago(Chile), the Ivam in Valencia(Spain), the Kunstraum in Vienna(Austria), Galeria Herold in Bremen, Saint Mary’s University Art Museum in Halifax(Canada), the Leonard Pearlstein Gallery in Philadelphia, the Tikanoja Art Museum in Vaasa (Finland), the Long Museum in Shanghai(China), the Nanjing Museum Nanjing(China), Guangzhou Art museum in Guangzhou(China), the Du Land Modern Art Museum in Shanghai (China) and Song Zhuang Art Museum in Beijing (China), Ljubljana Castle in Slovenia,  etc.

Lin's work has been reviewed in major publications such as Asia Art Pacific, Artforum, Artnet News, AsiaArt, Southern Weekly, Kolaj magazine, Randian, China Daily, Luxuo, Hong Kong Economic Journal, South China Morning Post, etc.

With her work showing in Art Basel Hong Kong, Art Basel, Art021 in Shanghai, Asia Now in Paris, Sydney Contemporary, Taipei Dang Dai, GIGE Beijing, Art Shenzhen, Art Beijing, Art Silicon Valley San Francisco, Art Stage Singapore, etc.

Lin's large-scale (take up to 26000 sqf. museum space) solo show: I Want to Be With You Forever, was curated by Li Xianting, the renowned independent art critic and curator of contemporary Chinese art, known as the “Godfather of Chinese contemporary avant-garde” for Song Zhuang Art Museum in Beijing (2009).

Richard Vine, managing editor from Art in America wrote about her work: 

“In paintings, altered objects and installations, she addresses some of the most wrenching themes imaginable—death, loss, loneliness, betrayal— with remarkable sophistication and restraint, even at times a touch of humor. Her contribution to contemporary art is thus two-fold. She couples a focus on individual experience (in what has for centuries been a collectivist culture) with art-making of unassuming skill. The amalgam generates a distinct form of beauty—existentialism melded with subdued artistry and permeated with simple human care. In short, Lin’s vision is compassionate, transcultural, and mature.” 


Lov-Lov is a fictitious artist identity invented by Lin Jingjing in 2024, as an amorphous vessel of art creation. Inspired by the versatility and fluidity of artificial intelligence, Lov-Lov is a self-defined entity free of physical indicators and binary definitions such as age, gender, or ethnicity. An isolation of the transhumanist capabilities enabled by contemporary technology, Lov-Lov aims to be a noumenal mimesis of consciousness that peeks behind the veil of empirical reality. 

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 Important Collection:


Ivam Museum (Instituto Valenciano de Arte Moderno), Valencia,Spain

Museum Macan (The Museum of Morden and Contemporary Art in Nusantara), Jakarta, Indonesia

Chile National Museum of Fine Art ,Santiago,Chile

The Mountain Group Museum , Taiwan

National Art Museum of China,Beijing, China 

Liu Hai Su Art Museum,Shanghai,China

He Xiang Ning Art Museum,Shenzhen,China

Tai Da Museum,Tian jing, China

Museum of the nation,Lima, Peru

White Box Art Museum,Beijing,China

Long Museum, Shanghai,China


Solo Exhibitions

2024 ●"Everything is unreal Until It's Not" De Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong 

2022 ●" Elsewhere" De Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong 

2019 ●"Lov-Lov Shop" De Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong 

2017 ●"Take Off" De Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong 

2015 ● “Tomorrow Was Wonderful" De Sarthe Gallery, Beijing,China

2014 ● "Promise Again for the First Time" De Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong

2012 ●“ Possible of Impossible" Neues Kunstforum , Cologue , Germany

2012 ●“ My Promise for Your Happiness "Alexander Ochs Gallery , Beijing, China

2011.●“The Method Of Paradox" Chile National Art museum plaza Vespucio,Santiago,Chile

2011 ●”Rose Rose " Chile National Art museum plaza Trebol ,Concepcion,Chile 

2011 ●“Public Privacy " White Box Art museum , Beijing, China

2009 ●“I want to be with you forever "Song zhuang Art Museum,Beijing,China, Curated by Li Xianting 




Group Exhibitions

2024  ● "What we are" , de Sarthe Gallery, Hong Kong

2021  ● "Rose Rose" Performance, Chashama, Manhattan, New York, USA

2021  ● Please Form A Straight Line, Blue Star Contemporary, San Antonio, USA

2019  ● Light Year 55, Video Art exhibition projected onto the Manhattan Bridge, New York, USA

2019  ●Look Both Ways, SVA Chelsea Gallery, New York, USA

2019  ●Escape From, Escape To, SVA Chelsea Gallery, New York, USA

2018  ●The Encuentros Abiertos-Festival de la Luz, Centro Cultural Conti, CABA, Argentina

2016  ●"SHE",International Women Artists Exhibition,Long Museum, Shanghai, China

2016  ●"Half the sky",Red Gate Gallery,Beijing, China

2014  ● "CCTV",Galerie Herold,Bremen, Germany

2013  ●" Chinese Contemporary Art" Saint Mart 's university Art Museum, Nova Scotia, Canada

2012  ●" Short Cut "Alexander Ochs Gallery ,Berlin, Germany

2011  ●" Half the sky: women in the new of China " Leonard Pearlstein Gallery, Philadelphia, USA

2010  ● "The Possibility of Uncertainty "Song zhuang Art Museum, Beijing, China

2010 ,● “Cruzando El Horizonte " Chinese contemporary Art, Chile National Art museum, Santiago, Chile

2009  ● Gemeinsam in Bewegung-Deutschland und China contemporary art, Wuhan museum, China

2008  ● 55 Days in Valencia , Chinese art meeting , Ivam museum,Valencia, Spain

2007  ● "Journey to the west " Kunstraum, Vienna, Austria

2005  ● Archaeology of The Future” The Second Triennial Of Chinese Art, Nanjing Museum,China

2004  ● East of East, Ljubljana Castle, Ljubljana, Slovenja

2004  ● "One to one: visions—recent photographs from China" at Chambers Gallery, New York, USA

2003  ● "The Different Same---contemporary Art exchange Exhibition,Du Land Modern Art Museum, Shanghai, China

2003  ● "The First China Art Tri-annual Exhibition", Guangzhou Art Museum, China

2002  ● "Cultural Forum -- New Millennium Chinese Art " Tikanoja Art Museum, Vaasa, Finland



MFA (Art Practice) School of Visual art, New York, USA