I Loved You
Born in 1963 in Beijing, Zhu Jia is often described as one of the pioneers of Chinese video art. He began to use a video camera by an accident of fate in the early 1990s. Zhu had been trained in the rigorous academic
traditions of the Oil Painting Department of the Central Academy of Fine Arts, graduating in 1988, when video as an art form was almost non-existent in China. His work focuses on aspects of the everyday
in a fast-transforming society, often employing repeated actions, fixed camera positions, and non-narrative sequences to challenge notions of objective reality. Zhu Jia’s work has been seen in group and solo shows
internationally since the mid-1990s, including Another Long March, the significant exhibition that introduced Chinese video and conceptual art to an international audience, at Chasse Kazerne, Fundament
Foundation, Breda, The Netherlands in 1997. Since that time his work has featured in major curated exhibitions including Art and China After 1989:Theater of the World at the Guggenheim Museum, New York, in 2017. Zhu Jia lives and works in Beijing.
The White Rabbit Collection is one of the world’s most extensive and significant collections of contemporary art from China. With a focus on works created since the year 2000, the Collection contains almost 3,000 works by over 750 artists and continues to expand. Note that when you click on the link below you will be forwarded to the White Rabbit Collection website.
Explore the work of Zhu Jia in the collection database