Vivien Zhang, ‘Collidoscope’, 2015, Galerie Huit
Vivien Zhang, ‘Collidoscope’, 2015, Galerie Huit
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Vivien Zhang

Collidoscope, 2015

Oil, acrylic, ink and spray paint on canvas
70 9/10 × 59 1/10 in
180 × 150 cm
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location
Kowloon
Vivien Zhang
Chinese, b. 1990
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“The surprise of painting is not unconnected to the surprises found within lived experience,” …

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“The surprise of painting is not unconnected to the surprises found within lived experience,” claims Vivien Zhang, who channels influences from her international upbringing—which included Beijing, Nairobi, Bangkok, and London—into exuberant, abstract paintings and drawings. In Spoons (2011), an overlapping arrangement …

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Vivien Zhang, ‘Collidoscope’, 2015, Galerie Huit
Vivien Zhang, ‘Collidoscope’, 2015, Galerie Huit
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Vivien Zhang
Chinese, b. 1990
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“The surprise of painting is not unconnected to the surprises found within lived experience,” …

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“The surprise of painting is not unconnected to the surprises found within lived experience,” claims Vivien Zhang, who channels influences from her international upbringing—which included Beijing, Nairobi, Bangkok, and London—into exuberant, abstract paintings and drawings. In Spoons (2011), an overlapping arrangement …

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Vivien Zhang

Collidoscope, 2015

Oil, acrylic, ink and spray paint on canvas
70 9/10 × 59 1/10 in
180 × 150 cm
Sold
location
Kowloon