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Zhang Xiaogang | Amnesia and Memory | Lithograph available for sale on www.kunzt.gallery
Zhang Xiaogang is a contemporary Chinese painter who works with symbolism and surrealism. A product of the Cultural Revolution, he uses the conflicts he experienced in terms of overall Chinese cultural and on a personal family level to visually depict the dual nature of life as a Chinese citizen during those years and afterward. His series Bloodlines is his expression of exploring the tangled relationships between private feelings and public life during the Cultural Revolution. It was inspired b Read More
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Amnesia and Memory, 2009

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Zhang Xiaogang is a contemporary Chinese painter who works with symbolism and surrealism. A product of the Cultural Revolution, he uses the conflicts he experienced in terms of overall Chinese cultural and on a personal family level to visually depict the dual nature of life as a Chinese citizen during those years and afterward. His series Bloodlines is his expression of exploring the tangled relationships between private feelings and public life during the Cultural Revolution. It was inspired b Read More
Artwork Copyright © Zhang Xiaogang

Zhang Xiaogang

Big Family No. 1 (from Bloodline Series), 2006

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Lithograph

GBP 6,620

Zhang Xiaogang

Big Family, 2006

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Lithograph

GBP 4,860

Zhang Xiaogang

My Daughter, 2002

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Lithograph

EUR 3,200

Zhang Xiaogang

Amnesia And Memory, 2009

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Lithograph

USD 8,950

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