Archeologia Visuale

Categories: Cina, Pittura
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Published on: 5 December 2006

Mi piace dipingere la gente in bianco e nero perché la gente è temporanea – prima o poi abbandona il mondo e diventa il passato. Invece, alcune costruzioni vivono più a lungo della gente; continuano ad esistere nel mondo. Questa è la ragione per cui io dipingo la gente in bianco e nero e lo sfondo a colori. Il contrasto con il colore serve a evidenziare questa dicotomia.

Zhong Biao è nato nel 1968, nella provincia di Sichuan in Cina.

Spesso dimentichiamo che, oltre a fare scarpe, magliette e adesso anche ricerca, i cinesi producono anche arte.

I like to paint people in black and white because people are temporary – they will eventually leave the world and become
the past. However, some buildings live longer than people; they continue to exist in the world. This is why I paint people in black and white and the background in colour. The contrast with colour is to highlight this dichotomy.

Zhong Biao is born in 1968, Chongqing, Sichuan Province, China
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2 Comments
  1. marzia says:

    salve cerco informazioni su questo artista, mi piacerebbe sapere quali sono i suoi artisti preferiti e se è legato a qualche fumettista,potete o riuscite a darmi informazioni a riguardo?

  2. Statement by Zhong Biao

    I like to paint people in black and white because people are temporary – they will eventually leave the world and become
    the past. However, some buildings live longer than people; they continue to exist in the world. This is why I paint people in black and white and the background in colour. The contrast with colour is to highlight this dichotomy.

    Sometimes, unfortunate things suddenly appear – they become the past, and then the future pushes forward. When today arrives, today becomes the past. It’s a continuous process – a cycle. And everyone in the world is constituted from pieces of time. Therefore, in my paintings I can freely co-ordinate the past, present and future.

    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.

    I have only one dream: That the people I have painted will, many years from now, visit the people of the future on my behalf, taking along with them this chaotic world.

    – Zhong Biao

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