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2016.01.29 Fri, by

A Sense of Mystery: Zeng Fanzhi, the Gagosian Gallery, and Strategies of Display of Contemporary Chinese Art

Since the 1990s, Zeng Fanzhi’s art has been an exploration of different styles, borrowing techniques from Western masters and movements such as Francis Bacon and German Expressionism, all in the quest to find his own voice. >> Read more
2013.12.03 Tue, by

Re-discovering Zeng Fanzhi in Paris

He taps into a common sense of isolation which surpasses the boundaries of nations, culture, language, and ethnicity. The artist creates a window into the current state of Chinese society, and in some ways even affirms many Western preconceptions about China. >> Read more
2013.10.08 Tue, by

Zeng’s “The Last Supper” sets record price for an Asian art work at Sotheby’s

“The Last Supper” by Chinese artist Zeng Fanzhi broke auction records this month when it sold for US$23.3 million at Sotheby’s Hong Kong. >> Read more
2016.09.18 Sun, by

Northern Land, Southern Seas

Tang Contemporary Art is proud to unveil its new Bangkok gallery. The inaugural exhibition, “Northern Land, Southern Seas,” will bring together the work of more than a dozen contemporary art heavyweights from China and Southeast Asia. >> Read more
2014.03.28 Fri, by

Hurun Reports Significant Bluechip Downturn

Released on March 26, the “Hurun Most Successful Chinese Artists Alive Today 2014” report named three contemporary artists out of a top ten. >> Read more
2014.01.29 Wed, by

Notes on 2013—the Beijing Slant

The passing twelve months have seen the greater Chinese scene piqued by scandal, pressure and anti-climax and sprinkled only lightly, it seemed, with really effective art. 2013 felt like a tense and ambivalent year. >> Read more