Artworks by Zhong Biao

Movement by Zhong Biao

130 x 97cm
Charcoal & Acrylic on canvas

Who Shall I Marry Tomorrow by Zhong Biao

100 x 80cm
Charcoal & Acrylic on canvas

The golden calf by Zhong Biao

100 x 80cm
Charcoal & Acrylic on canvas

Fallen Birds by Zhong Biao

130 x 97cm
Charcoal & Acrylic on canvas

Namaste by Zhong Biao

150 x 120cm
Acrylic on Oil on canvas

Change by Zhong Biao

150 x 120cm
oil on canvas

Melancholy in Vain by Zhong Biao

130 x 97cm + 75 x 55cm
Acrylic & oil on canvas

The confusion of passion by Zhong Biao

130 x 97cm
Acrylic on canvas

Spiritual by Zhong Biao

100 x 75cm
oil on canvas

The material world by Zhong Biao

75 x 55cm
oil on canvas

A Thousand miles of Mountains and Rivers by Zhong Biao

180 x 130cm
Charcoal & Acrylic on canvas

Gwangju-Setting out from May by Zhong Biao

250 x 100cm
Charcoal & Acrylic on canvas

Heavenly Covenant by Zhong Biao

200 x 150cm
Charcoal & Acrylic on canvas

Far-Sighted by Zhong Biao

200 x 150cm
Charcoal & Acrylic on canvas

Passion by Zhong Biao

200 x 150cm
Charcoal & Acrylic on canvas

Hey Baby by Zhong Biao

200 x 150cm
Charcola & Acrylic on canvas

Life by Zhong Biao

280 x 200cm
Oil & Acrylic on canvas

Mountain Pandering by Zhong Biao

300 x 195cm
Oil on canvas

Monkey, Mouse & Dragon Alliance by Zhong Biao

300 x 195cm
Oil & Acrylic on canvas

Nirvana by Zhong Biao

330 x 215cm
Charcoal & Acrylic on canvas

2148 A.D by Zhong Biao

215 x 330cm
Charcoal and Acrylic on canvas

Gliding by Zhong Biao

280 x 200cm x 2
Charcoal and Acrylic on canvas

Energy World by Zhong Biao

198 x 496cm
Ink & Acrylic on Paper

Union by Zhong Biao

496 x 198cm
Ink & Acrylic on Paper

Listening to the Wind by Zhong Biao

196 x 122cm
Ink & Acrylic on Paper

The Changing Landscape by Zhong Biao

196 x 122cm
Ink & Acrylic on Paper

Transformation by Zhong Biao

196 x 122cm
Ink & Acrylic on Paper

Untitled no.4 by Zhong Biao

100 x 66cm
Ink & Acrylic on Paper

Untitled no.5 by Zhong Biao

100 x 66cm
Ink & Acrylic on Paper

Untitled no.7 by Zhong Biao

100 x 66cm
Ink & Acrylic on Paper

Cambrian Period by Zhong Biao

200 x 580cm
Acrylic on canvas

2020 A.D by Zhong Biao

400 x 900cm
Oil on canvas

Finded a place can cry by Zhong Biao

200 x 150cm
Charcoal & Acrylic on Canvas

An Overall View by Zhong Biao

150 x 120cm
Acrylic on Canvas

To Serve the People by Zhong Biao

280 x 200cm
Charcoal & Acrylic on Canvas

A City of One Person by Zhong Biao

360 x 250 cm
Acrylic on Canvas

A City of Six People by Zhong Biao

280 x 900 cm
Acrylic on Canvas

Olympics – Free by Zhong Biao

Acrylic Charcoal Canvas
200 x 150cm

Faramita by Zhong Biao

Oil on Canvas
280 x 600 cm

Valarium by Zhong Biao

Oil on Canvas
100 x 75 cm

Journey to the West by Zhong Biao

Oil on Canvas Acrylic
280 x 200 cm

Zhong Biao

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Zhong Biao was born in Chongqing, Sichuan Province, China in 1968. In 1987, he studied at Zhejiang Academy of Fine Arts (now China Academy of Fine Arts) in Hangzhou, China and has since become one of the most famous contemporary Chinese artist in the world. His solo exhibitions included the 1995, The Fable of Life which was displayed at the Art Museum of Sichuan Fine Art Academy. He has participated in contless solo and group exhibitions throughout Europe and the United States attracting a worldwide collecting base.

Ms. Susanna Yang of YANG GALLERY visiting renowned artist Zhong Biao in his studio.

Zhong Biao’s unique work style means that his cultural attitude is entirely different from that of previous artists. Be it political pop or gaudy art, what they were eager to put across was their own attitudes, criticizing either ideology or commercial culture. Zhong Biao seems to keep a distance from this sort of criticism. In his works we find the calmness unique to intellectuals. What he considers is not how to criticize, but the source of evidence for our criticism and how it’s meaning undergoes changes. Behind Zhong Biao’s approach to China’s pop culture and mass culture, we find a new cultural attitude. In Zhong Biao’s works, we can see that through the creation of illusions and the incompleteness of images he gives up not only the antagonistic relations between art and mass culture but also the attempt to control mass culture. Through ‘visualization’ Zhong Biao has staked out his own claim within the domain of mass culture.

“I don’t want to force my own understanding or interpretation of my paintings on the audience. The mixture of images within each of my paintings is like a combination of controversial elements in life. We don’t have to understand everything we see in each painting. Like life, we cannot understand everything that we have seen or experienced. In my paintings, Eastern and Western, historical and modern opposites coexist, reflecting the reality of today’s lifestyle.” -Zhong Biao