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Shi Zhonggui (simplified Chinese: 史忠贵; traditional Chinese: 史忠貴; pinyin: Shǐ Zhōngguì) is a Chinese painter, philosopher and poet born in 1954 in Chengdu, Sichuan.

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Shi Zhonggui’s paintings in Chinese ink and colour on rice paper evoke the vast expanses of Western China. Figures of yaks silhouetted against the skyline give an idea of the scale of the landscape, while skies in bold brushstrokes of vivid colour create a sense of natural drama. The landscape encompasses marshland, home to flocks of migrating birds, and the high grasslands where only the song of the wind can be heard. Shi Zhonggui depicts the landscape from dawn to dusk and at different seasons of the year, from icy blue winter scenes, to the melting snows and new flowers in springtime in Tibet, to the warmth of summer days on the high plateau. His paintings have a sense of both freedom and tranquillity.

Biography

At the age of only 16 he became a professional painter. In 1978 he studied traditional Chinese painting at the Sichuan Academy of Fine Arts. At this time he was also writing poetry and published a number of books.

In 1994 the Sichuan Museum nominated Shi Zhonggui as one of its official artists and in 1996 he was appointed Professor at the College of Arts at Sichuan University. Since 1999, when he had his first exhibitions in Paris and Geneva, Shi Zhonggui’s work has also been well received in Europe. In 2000 he was made a Member of the Academie des Arts-Sciences-Lettres de France and won the 2000 Grande Medaille de Vermeil, the first Chinese artist ever to win this award.

Exhibitions

  • 1973 Hangzhou, China
  • 1992 Bangkok, Thailand
  • 1993 Guangzhou, China, First Art Fair of China
  • 1995 Tokyo, Japan, Ginza Art Gallery
  • 1996 Taipei, Taiwan, Jixianin Art Center
  • 1997 Taizhong, Taiwan, Dingfeng Art Gallery
  • 1998 Singapour, Tiandu Gallery
  • 1999 Paris, France, Galerie Kalliste 21
  • 1999 Geneva, Switzerland, Galerie l’Ancre Bleue
  • 2000 Barcelona, Spain,
  • 2000 London, UK, Bloxham Galleries
  • 2001 Geneva, Switzerland, Galerie l’Ancre Bleue
  • 2001 Londres, UK, Bloxham Galleries
  • 2002 Tourgeville, France, Galerie de Tourgeville
  • 2002 Hamburg, Germany, Tecis Gallery
  • 2003 Paris, France, Galerie Kalliste 21
  • 2004 Paris, France, Chart Galerie
  • 2005 Paris, France, Galerie Art Contemporain
  • 2005 Geneva, Switzerland, Galerie l’Ancre Bleue
  • 2006 Chengdu, China,Sichuan Art Museum
  • 2007 Beijing, China, 798 Art Zone
  • 2009 Geneva, Switzerland, Galerie l’Ancre Bleue
  • 2010 Los Angeles, CA, Bamboo Lane
  • 2010 Hunan, China, Hunan Provincial Painting Academy
  • 2014 Geneva, Switzerland, Galerie l’Ancre Bleue
  • References

    Shi Zhonggui (painter) Wikipedia


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