Zhou Hongbin

 

 

Zhou Hongbin investigates representation and reality, questioning what is real and what is fiction in her multi-disciplinary practice. Well known for her Aquarium series, in which her digitally multiplied pet rabbit swims in a liminal body of water, Zhou Hongbin has become increasingly interested in abstraction, more recently depicting in photographs, geometric sculptures the artist made, documented, then destroyed. 

Born in Zhangzhou in Fujian Province, China, Zhou Hongbin completed a Bachelor of Arts at Art College of Xiamen University (2001) and a Master of Arts (in Digital Media) at China Central Academy of Fine Arts (2005). Her work was included in the landmark exhibition Minimalism: Space, Light, Object at the National Gallery Singapore in 2018 and she has exhibited regularly in China, USA and Singapore. 2020 marks the first solo exhibition of Zhou Hongbin’s work in Australia. Zhou Hongbin currently lives and works in Xiamen, Fujian Province, China.

Zhou Hongbin lives and works in Xiamen and Beijing.

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Zhou Hongbin
Aquarium 01, 2008
pigment print on photographic paper, drymounted on dibond, 2 of 10
120 x 120cm
(21930)

 

Selected Stock

Zhou Hongbin
Aquarium 14, 2012
pigment print on photographic paper, drymounted on dibond
3 of 10
120 x 60cm
21885

Zhou Hongbin
Still life 6, 2016
pigment print on photographic paper, drymounted on dibond
1 of 10
90 x 90cm
21892

Zhou Hongbin
Aquarium 09, 2010
pigment print on photographic paper, drymounted on dibond
2 of 10
78 x 220cm
21963

This is a selection only, for further information contact the gallery.