• Biography
• Collection
• Fu Xi
• Guo Wei
• Han Qin
• He Dan Cheng
• He Duoling
• Hi Yi
• Li Hua Shen
• Loui Hong
• Luo Fa Hui
• Tu Hong Tao
• Wang Chen Yun
• Yang Mian
• Zhao Nengzhi
• Zhou Chun Ya
Zhao Nengzhi's Biography
1968 Born in Nanchong, Sichuan Province
1990 Graduation from Sichuan Institute of fine Arts, Chongqing. Lives and works in Chengdu
2005 Majong, Chinesieche Gegenwartkunst aus der Sammlung Sigg
2005 MC1 Biennale Internationale D’Art Contemporain, Chinos Montepellier, France
2005 Archaeology Of The Future-The Second Triennial Of Chinese Art, Nanjing Museum, Nanjing
2005 Always to the front-china contemporary art, Kuandu Museum of fine Arts
2005 Chengdu Biennale China, Chengdu Modern Museum
2004 2004 in Chengdu, Blue House Art Center, Chendu
2004 4+1 Chinese contemporary art, Asian Art Center Taipei
2004 Live in Chengdu, Shengzhen Museum, Chengdu
2004 China Avant Garde (Part VI), Limn Gallery, San Francisco
2003 Interplay-Chinese Contemporary Art, Jakarta
2003 Images of Images, Shengzhen Art Museum
2003 New Generation and Post-revolution, Yan Huang Art Museum
2002 “ the youth cruelty painting” Shanghai + Beijing, International Contemporary Art Fair, Zurich,  Switzerland
2001 Largely Different - Big works by 11Chines Avant-garde Artists, Singapore
2001 Basel Art Fair , Basel, Switzerland
2001 At the New Century?1979-1999 China Art Invitation Show, Modem Art Museum, Chengdu
2001 “The Chengdu Movement” Amsterdam, Netherlands
2000 International Art Exhibition, Featherstone Boston, USA
2000 Towards Materialism and that Sort of Beauty, Huadong teachers ,College Gallery, Shanghai
2000 99’Academic Exhibition, Upriver Gallery, Chengdu
2000 Black and White, Chine Contemporary, London, UK
2000 Three Young Faces, Hanat Gallery, Hong Kong
2000 Kunst, RAL98, Amsterdam, Netherlands
2000 Christie’s Asian Avant-Garde, London, UK
2004 Fragments of Memory, Zhao Nengzhi’s work on paper, Soobin Gallery Singapore
2003 Expression, ShanghART Gallery, Shanghai
2001 “Zhao Nengzhi” Solo Show, London, UK
1996 “Best New Artist” by Jiangshu Art Monthly
1993 Chinese Oil Painting Biannual Exhibition, China National Gallery, Beijing.
Zhao Nengzhi's paintings are focused on the extraordinary portrayal of anonymous people's faces. Depending on how you look at them, the faces seem to be in a state either of genesis or decomposition. Taking into account the titles of the works, it seems that the artist wants to create a catalogue of facial expressions with his paintings. The artist doesn't just work in grey, but also in bright purple or green.