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Jiawei Fu (b. 1998) is an Interior Designer and Painter, born in Guangzhou, China and now living in Los Angeles, USA. She bonded with painting in the beginning of her memories. Along with painting, the word “communication “ has never left her life. After received Interior Design BFA from Pratt Institute, she starts to search for a better way that let various groups communicate within each other through her works.



2017-2021 BFA Interior Design Pratt Institute – NY, USA


Present Jiawei Fu: Online Solo Exhibition at ArtShowInternational, CA, USA

Nov. 2021 – Dec. 2021 NYC Art walk at Brooklyn, Curated by NYC Artwalk, NY, USA

Nov. 2021 – Dec. 2021 Pure Paint at Benicia Art Gallery, Curated by Nicholas Wilton, CA, USA

Oct. 2021 – Oct. 2021 Open Theme at Las Laguna Art Gallery, Curated by Tyrone Banks, CA, USA

Oct. 2021 – Oct. 2022 Art In The Time Of Corona at Dab Art, Curated by Dab Art Gallery, CA, USA

Sep. 2021 – Nov, 2021 CCAN 2021 Exhibition at Center of Contemporary Art, curated by Liz Trosper, TX, USA

Sep. 2021 – Oct. 2021 Emptiness Online Exhibition at Exhibizone, curated by Exhibizone, Canada

Aug. 2021 – Sep, 2021 Annual National Juried Show 2021 at Prince Street Gallery, curated by Sangram Majumdar, NY, USA

Dec, 2020 – Jan, 2021 Review Me Online Exhibition at Biafarin, curated by Biafarin, Canada

Oct. 2020 – Nov. 2020 Grassroot Exhibition 2020 at RAA&M, curated by RAA&M, MA, USA

Aug.. 2020 – Present Shifting Ground Online at Archleague NY, curated by Archleague NY, NY, USA


Jiawei dedicates her works to finding the mutual language between different communities, through a diaristic expression of mundane daily life, a focus on details and special moments, and collisions with egg yolk to create a unique scenario. The banality of the images depicted usually is sugar coated by saturate and dreamy colors, to create contrary with the subtle sadness. Each carefully staged image has a special story, it is the reflection of current, and eventually transforms into the reflection of oneself, a sense of belonging, and a search for comfort and joy. It is all about the relationship between “HUMAN” and “NON-HUMAN”.