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2015.09.10 Thu, by

Nobody Knows Where, Zhang Enli × Christopher Doyle

“Nobody Knows Where” is the very first collaborative exhibition of Australian photographer Christopher Doyle and Shanghai contemporary artist Zhang Enli. >> Read more
2015.08.11 Tue, by

Zhang Enli

ShanghART Gallery is pleased to launch ZHANG Enli solo exhibition in both main and H-space on 6 September, 2015. Focal characterized series paintings of “old tree”, “line” and “object” will be exhibited. >> Read more
2015.05.27 Wed, by
2015.03.05 Thu, by

Zhang Enli “Four Seasons”: new works at Hauser & Wirth Somerset

A new solo show by Zhang Enli is always something to look forward to. The somewhat ascetic artist has developed a unique style and practice based upon close observation of his immediate environment, whether a bathroom, a bucket, a basket ball or the experience of gazing up through tree branches to the sky... >> Read more
2014.04.18 Fri, by

Zhang Enli: Space Painting

Space Painting by Zhang Enli is the artist’s first solo exhibition in Hong Kong, sharing his own vision of the space. >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.10.22 Tue, by

“It’s a sustained curiosity”: ICA Director Gregor Muir on Zhang Enli

ICA Director Gregor Muir speaks about his first contact with the artist Zhang Enli's work, their shared impressions of Shanghai, Zhang Enli's artistic practice and why now is the time for a show in London by one of China's "lasting artists". >> Read more
Interviews, 2013.10.14 Mon, by

Zhang Enli: Space Painting

Press release 16 October 2013 – 22 December 2013 ICA Theatre Free entry Exhibition Preview Tuesday 15 October, 6-9pm This unique project with Shanghai-based artist Zhang Enli transforms the ICA Theatre with a painting encompassing the floor and walls. Enli’s previous paintings featured seemingly mundane urban objects such as tangled wires, empty cabinets, cargo netting […] >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2010.09.01 Wed, by

Zhang Enli: From Trees to Sky

Everyday objects in the work of the artist Zhang Enli. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2018.04.26 Thu, by

Vivien Zhang: Uzumaki
House of Egorn, Berlin

Uzumaki is the name of a Japanese manga published from 1998 to 1999. Its author Junji Ito used the shape of a spiral as a form of horror. Spirals are generally regarded positively in Japanese society, so the challenge of Uzumaki was to take the mysterious pattern as larger than humanity’s capability for understanding and twist it into a terrible force. >> Read more
Artist profiles, 2017.06.29 Thu, by

A+ Contemporary – Dai Chenlian – A Bright Moon Surging Upon Tide

A+ Contemporary is pleased to announce the opening of artist Dai Chenlian’s solo exhibition “A Bright Moon Surging Upon Tide” on July 15th, 2017. >> Read more

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