Based between Beijing and Shenzhen, Jiang Zhi (born in 1971 in Yuanjiang, Chine) is a prolific and multidisciplinary artist whose production began in 1997. Videos, paintings, installations and photography, his seemingly incoherent works find a common denominator through their treatment of body language, femininity, light, whiteness, or even theatricality.
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