Oil, on canvas.
82.68 х 118.11 in. (210.01 x 300 cm.)
Signed, Signed and dated "Feng Zhengjie [in Chinese and English] 2006" lower right.
Reminiscent of Warhol’s screen-printed female celebrities, the Neo-Pop portrait paintings by Chinese artist Feng Zhengjie reflect his vision of futuristic pop. "Chinese portrait L" (2006) is a museum-level oil painting by Feng, measures 82.68 x 118.11 inches (210 x 300 cm) is unframed and in excellent condition. Feng's most sought-after works are painted at this massive scale, replicating billboards, in which he glorifies advertising as epic, enduring, and ultimately empty. His stunning portraits of super-hybrids of commercial beauty are influenced by advertisement imagery, with their vivid pink and green colors, electrified auras and brilliant red lips exuding the glamour of commodified desire and the global quest for physical perfection that is never truly attainable.
The artist was born in 1968 in China and received his formal arts education
with a B.F.A. from Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts, China in 1992 and
an M.F.A. in 1995 also from Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts,. Selected solo exhibitions include 2011: "Mourning In Gaudy Colour", K Gallery, China and in 2008 "Primary Color", Singapore Art Museum. In 2007 solo show: "Paintings of Feng Zhengjie" Tilton Gallery, New York. In 2006: "Varied Images", Shanghai Art Museum and "The Node of Art", Tan Guobin Contemporary Art Museum, Changsha, China. 2005 exhibition highlights include: "China Contemporary Painting", Fondazione Cassa Di Risparmioin Bologna, Italy and The Prague Biennale 2 and "Made In China", Willem Kerseboom Fine Art, Netherlands and the travelling solo show: "Paintings of Feng Zhengjie", to Marella Gallery, Milan, Italy, Goethe Art Center, Taichung, Taiwan and Galerie De Bellecour, Lyon, France.
Selected Museum Collections:
The Estella Collection, New York, USA,
Saatchi Collection, London, U.K.
Guangdong Museum of Art, Guangzhou, China;
Shenzhen Art Museum, Shenzhen, China;
The National Museum of Contemporary Art, Seoul, Korea;
Busan Museum of Modern Art, Korea;
FC MOCA, Manchester, England;
Fondazione Cassa di Risparmio in Bologna, Italy;
The Olenska Foundation, Geneva, Switzerland
Musee Royal des Beaux-Arts du Luxembourg, Luxembourg;
Musee d,Arts Contemporain d,Ivry-sur-Seine, France;