Zeng Fanzhi

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In his most recent work, Zeng Fanzhi has gradually moved away from expressionism and ever closer to symbolism, with a colour palette of lively pinks, greys and blues.

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For his first official exhibition in Paris, Zeng Fanzhi presents a selection of sculptures and paintings dating from 1990 to the present day. The paintings grow steadily larger, and these immense landscapes project a fragility and complexity which at times evoke Jackson Pollock’s drip paintings. Born in1964, Zeng Fanzhi graduated from the Hubei Academy of Fine Art in 1991. Fascinated by German expressionism in his student years, Zeng Fanzhi drew particular inspiration from Max Beckmann (1884-1950) and his catastrophic conception of the world.
- Interview with the artist
- The art of hide/show, by Henry Périer
- The line that guides itself, by Richard Shiff
- ‘You need to be many things’, by François Michaud
- Notes on the works

Format: Bound - 240 pages - Number of illustrations: 120 - Dimensions: 20 x 26,5

Musée d’Art moderne

The City of Paris Museum of Modern Art
11, avenue du Président-Wilson
75116 Paris
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Open every day from 10am to 6pm
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for temporary exhibitions

Located in the Palais de Tokyo, built for the 1937 international exhibition, the museum was inaugurated in 1961. Its rich collections contain over 9,000 works illustrating the 20th century''s major art movements: Fauvism, Cubism, School of Paris, Abstractions, New Realism, Narrative Figuration, Conceptual Art? Temporary exhibitions, a fundamental part of the museum''s activity, focus on the most important artists and influential movements of the 20th century in Europe. The programme also addresses current developments on the national and international scene through monographic or themed exhibitions.