In the solo exhibition ‘Painting the King’, in honour of Beijing-born artist Ouyang Chung, the Me Collectors Room Berlin (Auguststraße 68, 10117 Berlin) presents artworks which were created during the ‘King’ cycle (2006-2009). The exhibition encompasses thirty paintings, some of which measure over five metres, which tell of a king's life, of his victories and defeats, of life and death.
Through his choice of topics and the frequent use of golden and bronze colours and gold foil, the artist relates to a tradition reaching far back. PX Berlin processed the artworks for the exhibition catalogue and reconditioned them to be printed with gold as the fifth colour. GoSee is happy to present the impressive works.
With his distinctive paintings, Ouyang Chun is considered one of the most extraordinary members of the ‘young generation’, the force of contemporary Chinese artists. He graduated in Fine Art at the Academy of Fine Art in Xian, 1995.
A shoot was realised in Berlin with Ralph Mecke for German VOGUE. The series features well-known art collectors from Germany, such as Julia Stoschek and Katharina Grosse.
Photographer Johanna Brinckmann commissioned PX with the fine art printing for the photographs of her ‘Fritten Rotweiss’ exhibition at the Neon Chocolate Gallery in Berlin (amongst others). The 1100 cm x 733 cm motifs were printed on Hahnemühle PhotoRag, 308g.