Thursday July 20th 2017

Zhuang Hong Yi is one of the international market’s true rising stars. Formally trained in China, for the past few decades he has called the Netherlands home. From his Rotterdam base over 25 years Zhuang has garnered gallery representation across 15 countries and 26 cities globally, selling out shows and leaving audiences hanging on what will come next.

Thus far in 2017 alone, Zhuang has had institutional solo shows in Singapore and in London – the latter at his Soho gallery “the Unit” perhaps the most talked about gallery to emerge on the international scene in the last decade. Given the demand in his work from New York to LA, from Shanghai to Singapore, the French Riviera to Paris and London, his prices have witnessed a 20% rise in the past 12 months, a trend set to continue given such a massive audience that won’t be satiated.

Zhuang Hong Yi, Seasons Landscape I, Rice Paper & acrylic on canvas, 200 x 250cm

Following his inaugural sell out show at Piermarq in 2016 we are proud to announce Seasons coming to Piermarq in September. This exhibition will include a selection of new colour change flowerbed works and a small number of his hotly anticipated ”landscape flowerfield paintings” which have stunned audiences at the pinnacle of global art fairs such as the Armoury in New York, the Basel Fairs in Miami and the Venice Biennale.

As his international rise continues, over the past 24 months Zhuang’s flowerfield works have been included in museum collections in New York, London, Hong Kong, Abu Dhabi, Geneva, Copenhagen, Singapore, Beirut and Marrakech. This September reach beyond what is Contemporary in Sydney, and allow what is truly internationally contemporary come to Sydney and Piermarq.

Register your interest to preview the work before opening night!

Register your interest by emailing [email protected] with your name and phone number; email subject: Join Zhuang Hong Yi Preview List

Piermarq Art
Flowerbed Colour Change #IV058 (2017), Rice paper & acrylic on canvas, 100 x 100cm (View from front)
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