Zhang Hui

Zhang Hui 2018

2018.12.11 – 2019.1.20

Long March Space, Beijing, China

Zhang Hui 2018

Before the Beginning and After the End II

Tianzhuo Chen, Hu Xiangqian, Ran Huang, Liu Wei, Wang Jianwei, Wu Shanzhuan, Inga Svala Thorsdottir & Wu Shanzhuan, Xu Zhen, Xu Zhen produced by MadeIn Company, Zhan Wang, Zhang Hui, Zhou Xiaohu, Zhu Yu

2016.9.17-11.27

Long March Space, Beijing

 

Before the Beginning and After the End II

Zhang Hui: Zhang Hui

2016.7.22 -9.7
Long March Space, Beijing

 

Zhang Hui: Zhang Hui

Zhang Hui: Plaza

2014.4.19 – 6.22
Long March Space, Beijing

 

Zhang Hui: Plaza

Zhang Hui: Groundless

2012.4.28 – 6.17
Long March Space, Beijing

 

Zhang Hui: Groundless

Long March Project: Ho Chi Minh Trail

Chen Chieh-jen, Liu Wei, MadeIn Company, Wang Jianwei, Wu Shanzhuan, Zhang Hui

2010.9.4 – 11.14

Long March Space, Beijing

 

Long March Project: Ho Chi Minh Trail

Zhang Hui: 21st Floor and a Half

2009.4.25 – 5.31

Long March Space, Beijing

 

Zhang Hui: 21st Floor and a Half

Zhang Hui: Ready, Any Time

2008.12.6 – 2009.3.15

Long March Space, Beijing

 

Zhang Hui: Ready, Any Time

Long March Capital III: Visual Economy

Chen Jie, Chen Qiulin, Guo Fengyi, Hong Hao, Jiang Jie, Lin Tianmiao, Liu Wei, Ma Han, Mu Chen and Shao Yinong, Qin Ga, Qiu Zhijie, Shi Qing, Wang Gongxin, Xiao Lu, Xiao Xiong, Xu Zhen, Yu Hong, Yang Shaobin, Yang Zhenzhong, Zhu Yu, Zhan Wang, Zhang Hui, Zhou Xiaohu
2008.5.17 – 8.25
Long March Space, Beijing

 

Long March Capital III: Visual Economy

Zhang Hui: Partial Zones

2006.10.14 – 11.26

Long March Space, Beijing

 

Zhang Hui: Partial Zones

Yijuxiang Group: Happy Days

Zhang Hui, Wang Mao, Wang Chen, Wang Renke

2006.3.4 – 3.31

Long March Space, Beijing

 

Yijuxiang Group: Happy Days

Long March Capital

Chen Qiulin, Chen Xiaoyun, Deng Dafei, Guo Fengyi, He Jinwei, Hong Hao, Jiang Jie, Jin Zhilin, Li Qiang, Li Tianbing, Li Shurui, Li Zhenhua, Lin Tianmiao, Liu Ding, Liu Liping, Ma Liuming, Liu Wei, Song Yonghong, Qin Ga, Qiu Zhijie, Shao Yinong+Mu Chen, Wang Jingsong, Wang Mai, Xiao Xiong, Yu Hong, Zhan Wang, Zhuang Hui

2006.2.11 – 7.2

Long March Space, Beijing

 

Long March Capital
 

Assembling

Zhang Hui

chic K11 Art Space, Shenyang, China

2018.5.27 – 8.25

Assembling

BEING INFORMATION—— Person-a

Zhang Hui

SSSSTART, Shanghai, China

2017.9.30 – 10.28

BEING INFORMATION—— Person-a

Social Emotion

Tianzhuo Chen, Liu Wei, Zhang Hui

Cc Foundation & Art Centre

2017.7.22-8.20

Link

Social Emotion

Nonfigurative

Wang Jianwei, Zhang Hui
2015.11.21 – 2016.2.28
Shanghai 21st Century Minsheng Art Museum, Shanghai, China

Nonfigurative

Notes on Paintings

Zhang Hui, Zhu Yu
2015.9.26 – 2015.12.31
Blue Roof Museum of Chengdu, Chengdu, China

Notes on Paintings

Stereognosis Zone

Xu Zhen, Zhang Hui, Zhu Yu
2015.8.22 – 11.16
Redtory Museum of Contemporary Art, Guangzhou, China

Stereognosis Zone

Sharjah Biennial: Re:emerge, Towards a New Cultural Cartography

Hu Xiangqian, Liu Wei, Wang Jianwei, Yang Shaobin, Zhang Hui
2013.3.13 – 5.13
Sharjah Biennial, Sharjah, UAE

Sharjah Biennial: Re:emerge, Towards a New Cultural Cartography
 

张慧:间性关系的建构

2016.09_艺术世界_张慧:间性关系的建构_by栾志超

Zhang Hui’s Scene

2016.08_LEAP_by Shi Qing

张慧:广场

2014.06.25_LEAP_by 贺婧

张慧:画画很像作家写作

2014.06_艺廿一_by 唐莉

Zhang Hui: Imprints

2014.06.10_randian_by Iona Whittaker

张慧:广场

2014.05_艺术时代

临时:论张慧个展“广场”

2014.05.06_artforum.com_by 郭娟

 

Zhang Hui, 2012–2016

Ed. Lu Jie, Zhang Hui, 2012–2016 (Beijing: Long March Space, 2018)

Chinese and English language with essay by Lu Mingjun

Zhang Hui, 2012–2016

Zhang Hui: Partial Zones

Ed. Lu Jie, Zhang Hui: Partial Zones, exh. cat. (Beijing: 25000 Cultural Transmission Center; New York: Long March Foundation, 2006)

Chinese and English language with texts by Qiu Zhijie, Xiao Xiong

Zhang Hui: Partial Zones

Zhang Hui

Ed. Wang Chengyan, Zhang Hui (Beijing: Long March Space, 2012)
Chinese and English language with essay by Colin Chinnery

 

Zhang Hui
 

[Exhibition] Zhang Hui: Zhang Hui, Long March Space, Beijing

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“Two people want to go skiing, but it has been a warm winter and it still hasn’t snowed yet. So the two of them rent a snow cannon, they let it blow for two days and two nights when it has finally accumulated enough snow. They are in the middle of getting equipped, getting ready to descend the slope when it suddenly starts to snow. What I want to express is this moment at which reality and unreality intertwine”

–Zhang Hui

 

 

Zhang Hui was born in 1967 in Heilongjiang Province, he graduated in 1991 from the Central Academy of Drama and currently lives and works in Beijing. He is an important member of the post-sensibility group active in the late 1990s early 2000s in the Chinese contemporary art world, after which in 2004 he founded the Odd Phenomena Group. In his early explorations, Zhan Hui developed an artistic creativity focused on action and installation, which his later practice centering on explorations into multimedia theatrical performance. Beginning with the solo-show “In These Parts” at Long March Space in 2006, Zhang Hui’s concentration has shifted to a painting practice. His works conceal eminently readable and bewitching theatricality within them, simultaneously profoundly rethinking the truth and uniqueness of known reality, striving to expand the structure behind real events and their images.

 

Zhang Hui searches for the space where reality and the subconscious, the normal and the abnormal interact. In his recent work, Zhang continues his performative exploration of duration and its relationship to ideas of time and space through an investigation of painting. Zhang’s subjects move from the rituals of banality which are anchored in everyday life, to the quest for an alternative dimension – two primary components of this artist’s evocative dramas. His gestural surfaces scale the human on a spiritual and psychological level, employing elements of the theatrical (through color and scale) to create a dreamscape whereby his subject’s vulnerability is exposed to the viewer, floating amid the landscape.

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