Duality: A Dialogue Between StonewareBronze is the theme of Wenzhi Zhang’s new artworks which are composed of four series, respectively, the "That Era," “Current Times,” “Women’s World”“Please Don’t Forget the Dragons”.
The remarkabledramatic strength of Wenzhi Zhang’s art emanatesher own experiences as well asher keepingtouch with social issues of concern to those most affected (including herself) by significant changesChinese society.
Wenzhi Zhang’s family of pottery works, which encompasses its visitorits roughbrutally massive nature at first approach, speaks powerfully a quiet solemnity. Walking through a sea of painted pottery works, you can just imagine that you are caressedthe arms of naturecan breathethe fragrance of the soil,
Eventhe most extreme situations art makes it possible to describe the worldall its beautyhorrora poetic way. Not necessarily to judge or condemn, but to make it possible for the individual viewer to accept both as a part of life. Whatever happenslife, sometimes a person must forget to rememberorder to understand who they are.
As being world--famous for her ceramics, the exquisite traditional ceramics of China have already been the treasures of collectionsthe great museums around the world.However, the modern ceramic art has only twenty years of historyChina.
It was an early summer afternoon thirty years ago. I rana schoolgirl who spoke Mandarin Chinese with a strong Cantonese accent at a small fishing portShanwei, the East of Guangdong Province.