Photo: MSD/Parcours

Christina S. Zhu (M.A.) is an illustrator from Germany. She is particularly fond of translating complex topics – such as politics of identity, intersectionality, social issues, and psychology – into sensible and responsible visual art. She loves comics and dumplings.
Available for freelance work: A full CV and testimonials can be requested via email.

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ACUA Bottles, Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck, AWO, Büchner Verlag, Breathe Magazine, Buzzfeed Germany, Commwork, Das Magazin, Deutsches Zentrum für Integrations- und Migrationsforschung (DeZIM-Institut), Eater/VOX Media, Gateway Magazine, Jaja Verlag, Konfuzius Institut, Korean Cultural Center Germany, korientation e.V., NBC News, Neue Narrative, Noema Magazine, Novum World of Graphic Design, PICUM: Platform for Undocumented Migrants, taz – die Tageszeitung, The Philosopher’s Magazine, Transform Magazin, Universität der Künste Berlin: Critical Diversity Blog.


30.08.22–04.09.22 Where do you think you’re going? On Spaces & Identities, Salon am Moritzplatz, Berlin, Germany
01.07.22–03.07.22 Microcosmos: Temporal Spaces and Uncertain Memories, Kunstraum Potsdamer Straße, Berlin, Germany
24.06.22–03.07.22 Hamburger Bilderbuchpreis, Fabrik der Künste, Hamburg, Germany
12.05.22–16.05.22 The Electrified Art Experience by Jaguar, Jaguar Premium Cars, Berlin, Germany
29.10.2021–31.10.21 Rundgang, Universität der Künste Berlin, Berlin, Germany
19.10.21–24.10.21 Fault Lines: Strike-Slip, Thalia Gaußstraße, Hamburg, Germany
22.07.21–25.07.21 Ilustrofest, Belgrade Fortress, Belgrade, Serbia
24.01.21–06.11.21 MOSAIC, aequa CC, Berlin, Germany
04.12.20–31.12.20 Salon der Perspektiven, atelier automatique, Bochum & Unterhaus, Oberhausen, Germany
18.06.20–01.08.20 Dyscorpia 2.1, Remote Exhibition
07.02.20–09.02.20 Parcours, Münster School of Design, Münster, Germany
23.04.19–30.06.19 Dyscorpia, Enterprise Square Galleries, Edmonton, Canada
11.04.19–21.04.19 The Gateway annual photo & art show, Café Mosaics, Edmonton, Canada
26.08.18–10.01.19 Im Japanfieber, Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck, Remagen, Germany

Selected Press, Interviews:

Girlsclub Asia
Metttazzzine by Goethe-Institut