Volume 9, Number 4, July/August 2010
by Natasha Degen
Natasha Degan’s review of an exhibition by Zhang Enli discusses his recent paintings of mundane objects and scenes that can be found most anywhere in the world and argues that because of their universal iconography, there is nothing recognizably Chinese about his work.
Natasha Degen, Zhang Enli, Hauser & Wirth, everyday objects
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