CHINESE CONTEMPORARY PAINTING SOLO EXHIBITION
Work by two Chinese artists, Wang Qiang and his younger countryman Zhu Zi, are currently showing at White Space Beijing. The two solo exhibitions will run until 15 January 2012. Art Radar brings you a picture feast of each artist’s work.
Wang Qiang’s “Venus Hotel”
Wang Qiang was born in 1971. He began his art studies at the Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing in China and pursued further studies at Kunstakademie Düsseldorf in Germany. His work has featured in exhibitions in Germany, Japan and China.
Zhu Zi’s “Mountain River Water”
Zhu Zi was born in 1984 and hails from a rural area in the south of China that spans the banks of the Yangtze River. Zi’s exhibit highlights recent work from 2009 to 2011.
The exhibitions opened on 20 November 2011 and will run until 15 January 2012 at White Space Beijing.
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