Larry Gagosyan presents the exhibition in Hong KongCezanne, Morandi, Sanha”, Which is overseen by artist Zeng Fanji. The exhibition for the first time brings together the works of three modernist masters.
Sanha, a Chinese-French artist who created prints, drawings and paintings. His works combined the history of European still life and figurative painting with the traditions of Chinese calligraphy. The artist is considered a master of form and color, he is sometimes called the “Chinese Matisse”. He was born in 1901 in China, and in 1921 went to Paris to study at the National Graduate School of Fine Arts and the Grand Chomiere Academy. He died in 1966 in Paris.
The exhibition curator Zeng Fanchzhi is one of the most famous contemporary Chinese painters who masterfully rethinks the landmark works of European post-impressionists. In 2017, he presented at the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam the exhibition “Zeng Fanzhi / Van Gogh” - a series of striking paintings that brought fresh energy and resonance to the works of the famous Dutchman.