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Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli New Paintings

Zhang Enli
New Paintings

Zurich

Hauser & Wirth is delighted to present an exhibition by Zhang Enli titled, ‘New Paintings’, on view from 17 January – 29 February 2020. The presentation will showcase a series of paintings that reflect on the artist’s progression to looser and freer brushwork, expressing his own emotive intuition. While these pieces are explorations of Zhang...

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Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli The Garden
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli The Garden
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli The Garden
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli The Garden

Zhang Enli
The Garden

New York, 22nd Street

Hauser & Wirth is pleased to present ‘The Garden,’ an exhibition of new paintings by Zhang Enli. A champion of overlooked spaces and objects, Zhang Enli works from sketches, photographs, and memories to render his experience of the world in variegated brushstrokes and intimations of figures. His works, grounded in his immediate surroundings,...
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli Intangible 无形
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli Intangible 无形
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli Intangible 无形

Zhang Enli
Intangible 无形

Zürich

Hauser & Wirth Zürich is delighted to showcase a new series of paintings by Zhang Enli. The oil on canvas works take inspiration from the artist’s abstract Space Paintings, marking a significant departure from the figurative renderings of utilitarian objects and nature, for which he is best known. In the Space Paintings Zhang Enli covers the...
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli Four Seasons
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli Four Seasons
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli Four Seasons

Zhang Enli
Four Seasons

Somerset

Hauser & Wirth Somerset is proud to present ‘Four Seasons’, a series of brand new paintings, alongside a ‘Space Painting’, where the artist will paint directly onto the walls, ceilings and floor of a room. The works are all connected to the natural environment; enlarged views of water, leaves and trees. Zhang‘s...
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli The Box
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli The Box
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli The Box

Zhang Enli
The Box

London

Zhang Enli is a champion of forgotten spaces and objects. His practice is grounded in melancholic portrayals of objects or places from everyday life, through painting, sculpture or installation such as ‘Space Paintings’, in which he paints directly onto the walls, ceilings and floors of a room. For ‘The Box’,...
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli Topology
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli Topology
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli Topology
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli Topology

Zhang Enli
Topology

Zürich

Zhang Enli is known for his subdued paintings of ordinary objects: pipes and hoses, empty shelves, tiled walls and tangled wires. Yet through his skillful treatment of the medium, these seemingly objective depictions of everyday items transform into captivating portraits that redefine the meaning and interpretation of their subject. For his...
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli

Zhang Enli

New York, 69th Street

Zhang Enli moved from the small provincial town of Jilin in the north of China to the sprawling metropolis of Shanghai more than twenty years ago. But the artist still measures the city’s impact with exquisite consciousness and care. For Zhang, the meeting point of two contrasting worlds – the rural paradigm and big city life, the...
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli
Artwork related to exhibition: Zhang Enli

Zhang Enli

London, Piccadilly

Hauser & Wirth is pleased to announce Zhang Enli’s first solo exhibition in London. Zhang Enli has created a new series of works that continue to invest life into the most common of signifiers from details of trees and lace curtains to bare mattresses and rubber tubing. Imbuing his subjects with human relevance, he has said ‘I deal with reality...