Zhou Jin Hua (artist)

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In his works, Zhou Jin Hua (*1978), a painter based in Beijing and Chongqing, analyses diverse facades and changes of Chinese society.

Observations of -sometimes shocking, sometimes ironic- scenarios which are more or less hidden on the canvas are characteristic for his works.

Inspired by the traditional Chinese landscape painting, the artist ever depicts his observations by using the bird’s eye perspective. According to his experience only out of a certain spatial distance social circumstances and actions are understandable.

Zhou Jin Hua and his artworks have been featured in various art exhibitions e.g. National Art Museum of China in Beijing (CN), Kunstverein Konstanz (GER) [1] and Centre Culturel de Rencontre Abbaye de Neumünster (LUX).

His works have been collected by numerous private Western and Chinese art collections.

Publications[edit]

  • Young Chinese Artists; Christoph Noe et al.; Prestel; 2008 [2]
  • Kunstforum International [3]

External links[edit]

  • Zhou Jin Hua at THE MINISTRY OF ART [4]
  • Zhou Jin Hua featured at Brand Eins [5]