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Zhang Wen’s brushstrokes are simple and forthright, a style that amplifies her narrative about childhood innocence. Her use of color, tonal variation and color saturation is reminiscent of traditional Chinese ink,

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The first time I came across Zhang Wen’s work was at the CAFA Departing Graduate Master Exhibition. In the spacious exhibition hall, Zhang’s paintings received the main spotlight, with her largest painting by far being Little, Big, which was the most prominent work there.
The entire selection of Zhang’s work featured in this solo exhibition was created from 2016 until 2018 after she received her …

The first time I came across Zhang Wen’s work was at the CAFA Departing Graduate Master Exhibition. In the spacious exhibition hall, Zhang’s paintings received the main spotlight, with her largest painting by far being Little, Big, which was the most prominent work there.
The entire selection of Zhang’s work featured in this solo exhibition was created from 2016 until 2018 after she received her post-graduate degree and is dedicated to “Daily Life”
The serie is comprised of a group of small-sized paintings using gray tones, showing a tiny person’s life in a “Little, Big” world. They are works …