中文

ZHANG WEN

Zhang Wen (张闻), born in 1988 in Henan province, she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Chinese Ink from the Central Academy of Fine Arts in 2012. After completing a one-year foreign residency program in the United States, she moved on to her post-graduate studies at the Central Academy of Fine Arts at the Department of Chinese Ink under the supervision of Liu Qing He.

Zhang Wen’s works are filled with the nostalgia, experiences, and revelations inherent in growing up, and it is almost as if through her art she can hold off that moment when the innocence of childhood is broken by the realities of adulthood.

Zhang Wen’s brushstrokes are simple and forthright, a style that amplifies her narrative about childhood innocence. Her use of color, tonal variation and color saturation is reminiscent of traditional Chinese ink, and her exceptional composition and perspective reveal an uncommon intelligence. Her art has the distinctive feel of Chinese ink, yet at the same time is distinctive with her own intimately personal and experimental language.

Wen’s works were awarded and collected by the Central Academy of Fine Arts in 2009, 2011 and 2014.

Zhang Wen (张闻), born in 1988 in Henan province, she graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Chinese Ink from the Central Academy of Fine Arts in 2012. After completing a one-year foreign residency program in the United States, she moved on to her post-graduate studies at the Central Academy of Fine Arts at the Department of Chinese Ink under the supervision of Liu Qing He.

Zhang Wen’s works are filled with the nostalgia, experiences, and revelations inherent in growing up, and it is almost as if through her art she can hold off that moment when the innocence of childhood is broken by the realities of adulthood.

Zhang Wen’s brushstrokes are simple and forthright, a style that amplifies her narrative about childhood innocence. Her use of color, tonal variation and color saturation is reminiscent of traditional Chinese ink, and her exceptional composition and perspective reveal an uncommon intelligence. Her art has the distinctive feel of Chinese ink, yet at the same time is distinctive with her own intimately personal and experimental language.

Wen’s works were awarded and collected by the Central Academy of Fine Arts in 2009, 2011 and 2014.