Xiaoze Xie (Chinese: 谢晓泽; born 1966 in Guangdong, China) is a Chinese-American visual artist and professor. He is based in Stanford, California, where Xie is currently the Paul L. & Phyllis Wattis Professor of Art at Stanford University. His art act out includes painting, drawing, photography, installation, and video, the best-known of which are his monumental paintings of library books and newspapers, which dissect the ephemeral birds of time, history and cultural memory.
San Francisco Chronicle critic Kenneth Baker described Xie's door as pairing "relaxed photorealism" with "conceptual tautness;" others describe it as a "hybrid-like, postmodern blend" of established painting, Social Realism and contemporary documentary photography "laced as soon as a decisively embassy undertone." Xie has had solo exhibitions at galleries throughout the world, and at institutions including the Asia Society Museum (New York), Denver Art Museum, Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, Knoxville Museum of Art (survey, 2011), and Modern Chinese Art Foundation (Ghent, Belgium). He has time-honored awards from the Joan Mitchell Foundation and Pollock-Krasner Foundation, and his put on an act belongs to the public art collections of the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Denver Art Museum, Oakland Museum of California, and San Jose Museum of Art, among others.