Zeng Fanzhi, creator of the iconic ‘Mask’ paintings, gets an exhibit in Beijing offering a retrospective of his 30 years of art
The artist's famous "Mask" paintings were made starting in the 1990s in Beijing and expressed the alienation that he and many others felt in a rapidly changing society. The most prominent piece in that series was sold in 2013 for $23.3 million, and it is not included in the retrospective exhibit at the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art (UCCA) in Beijing.
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