Peng Ke

Born in 1992 in Changsha city, Hunan province, Peng Ke now lives and works between Los Angeles and Shenzhen. Her recent solo/two-person exhibitions include: “Underneath the Tree Where I Buried All My Childhood Pets” (Gallery 50, Toronto, 2017) and “Leaky Logic and a Fugitive Fish” (Red Eye Gallery, Providence, 2015). Her group exhibitions include: “Summer Open” (Aperture Foundation, NYC, 2017), “close, but not touching” (BIGGERCODE, NYC, 2017), “Context” (Filter Photo, Chicago, 2016), “Out of the Frame” (Gallery Kayafas, Boston, 2015), “Breaking Boundaries V” (Pingyao International Photography Festival, 2014), and others.

Peng received fellowships from and was an artist-in-residence at the Center for Photography at Woodstock, in New York; ACRE, in Illinois; and The Lighthouse Works, in New York. She graduated from Rhode Island School of Design in 2015.

Peng is interested in cities, communities, relationships, and how urbanization affects human psyche, especially for young children.

Last Updated: February 20, 2018