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Jiang Zhi, Everything is Perfect 2, 2007, B/W photography, archival inkjet print, 98cm x 125cm. Courtesy of the artist

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Jiang Zhi, Love Letters NO. 15, 2014, photography, archival inkjet print, 180cm x 135cm. Courtesy of the artist.

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Jiang Zhi, I’m Your Poetry NO.7: Itch of an Angel, 2007, Iron, silica gel, wool, ant, polymethyl methacrylate, fluorescent tube, 280cm x 190cm x 45cm (each). Courtesy of the artist.

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Jiang Zhi, Among The Destined (Provisional) NO. 01, 2015-2016, photography, archival inkjet print, 196cm x 146cm. Courtesy of the artist.

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Jiang Zhi, Elegy NO.02, 2013, photography, archival inkjet print, 65cm x 90cm. Courtesy of the artist.

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Jiang Zhi, The world is yours, as well as ours - Cartesian Product, 2016, oil on canvas, 150cm x 200cm. Courtesy of the artist.

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Jiang Zhi, Among The Destined (Provisional) NO. 05, 2015-2016, photography, archival inkjet print, 146cm x 196cm. Courtesy of the artist.

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Jiang Zhi, The Beginning of the Universe, 2008, video, 15’00’’. Courtesy of the artist.

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"Jiang Zhi: All". Courtesy of OCAT Shenzhen

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"Jiang Zhi: All". Courtesy of OCAT Shenzhen

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"Jiang Zhi: All". Courtesy of OCAT Shenzhen

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"Jiang Zhi: All". Courtesy of OCAT Shenzhen

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"Jiang Zhi: All". Courtesy of OCAT Shenzhen

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"Jiang Zhi: All". Courtesy of OCAT Shenzhen

Jiang Zhi Solo Exhibition: All
2016.11.19 - 2017.3.26

From November 19th, 2016 to March 26th, 2017, OCAT Shenzhen will present “Jiang Zhi Solo Exhibition: All” in Exhibition Hall A. The exhibition is Jiang Zhi’s first museum solo show since 2012, which also marks his long-anticipated return to Shenzhen. “Jiang Zhi Solo Exhibition: All” encompasses works from different stages of the artist’s career in the varied forms of painting, photography, video, sculpture, and installation. More than a simple chronicle of Jiang Zhi’s longstanding practice, “All” engages his work in a discussion of the construction of “wholeness”.