Victoria Yin, born in Boston, in 1997, is an American sculptor, painter, and poet.
Yin began exhibiting in Massachusetts and New Hampshire at age 8 where she had solo exhibitions at fairs organized by Andover Artists Guild and Manchester Art Association. Her first solo gallery exhibition was at Pantano Gallery, South New Hampshire University when she was ten years old. Yin exhibited at International Art Expo Las Vegas at age 10 and International Art Expo New York at 11, Beck Center for the Arts, Cleveland at 12. In 2011, World Art Museum in Beijing exhibited her works. The Exhibition was featured in all major Chinese Newspapers and cultural Internet sites, including China Daily, China News, China Art Newspaper, China Economic, People, Art International, Forum China, Sina, and Sohu. Yin has been represented by galleries both in America and China.
Yin painted live on China Central TV, and appeared in Boston WCVB-TV Chronicle, Cleveland WCPN radio, China Education TV, CTI Asian, BTV Beijing, Phoenix Satellite TV, and CTITV Taiwan. She was documented in Prodigies by THNKR TV, a web based TV channel initiated by Google, “Teen Art Star Compared to Dali” and ” Young Prodigies Dazzle the Art World”.
A collection of 108 poems , “Victoria Yin, A Mind’s Journey : age 7-15”, was published by Xinhua Publishing House, China.
At 16, Victoria Yin Began attending Brown University. While at Brown she pioneered the medium of using laser technology to transform the 2-dimensional paintings into transparent 3-dimensional spaces. She is the founder of the College Students Art Association.
Yin was hailed as child prodigy by the media both in America and China.