The works of Du Zhenjun and Vincent Debanne both draw our attention toward urban landscapes, their limits, and where they are headed. In the center of the city and its excesses, man feels disoriented, helpless against this environment which he himself built. Du Zhenjun is an internationally-recognized Chinese artist working in multimedia and installations. He has lived in Paris for ten years, and was educated at the School of Fine Arts in Shanghai and the Ecole Régionale des Beaux-Arts in Rennes, France.
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