Zhang Wei 'Fusuijing Building' Postcard
Zhang Wei 'Fusuijing Building' Postcard

Zhang Wei 'Fusuijing Building' Postcard

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Dedicated to sharing visual culture with the world, M+ offers a wide selection of art prints in various formats, including print, poster, and postcard. Each piece has been chosen from our collection and is currently displayed in the museum.

This postcard features Fusuijing Building by Zhang Wei, part of the M+ Sigg Collection , Hong Kong. Serving as a quintessential museum keepsake, it can be displayed at home, the office, or wherever visual culture will is well received. All M+ postcards are printed in Hong Kong with Soy Ink to avoid print or pen bleed, and are environmentally friendly.

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Dedicated to sharing visual culture with the world, M+ offers a wide selection of art prints in various formats, including print, poster, and postcard. Each piece has been chosen from our collection and is currently displayed in the museum.

This postcard features Fusuijing Building by Zhang Wei, part of the M+ Sigg Collection , Hong Kong. Serving as a quintessential museum keepsake, it can be displayed at home, the office, or wherever visual culture will is well received. All M+ postcards are printed in Hong Kong with Soy Ink to avoid print or pen bleed, and are environmentally friendly.
About Artwork

This oil painting portrays the landscape viewed from the window of Zhang Wei’s apartment, where members of the No Name Group, an underground collective of artists in Beijing who sought to create art freely, had discussions and where they held their first exhibition in the mid-1970s. The view depicts a tall, light pink apartment block with bluish-grey windows at right and, at left, the sloping roof of a house partially covered by the railing, trees, and a cloudy sky. The brushstrokes loosely render the forms, giving the painting an impressionistic quality. The colours suggest a dark, private interior, and a light-filled exterior. Zhang intended to contrast the warmth of the apartment with the cool harshness of the political reality outside—the work was painted during the Cultural Revolution (1966–1976), when official art was used to serve political aims. The painting is characteristic of Zhang’s early works, which are largely still lifes and landscapes. In the 1980s, he developed a spontaneous, gestural, and abstract style of painting.

Size: 14.8 x 10.5 cm (A6)
Materials: L.H Symbol Card C1S 360gsm Premium White (793-36050), Elemental Chlorine free (ECF), Acid free, Biodegradable, heavy metal absence, recyclable, ISO 9706 Long Life Certificate, FSC Certified
Print: Off-set print
Origin: Europe / Hong Kong
Care: Post or display proudly.
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