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Zhang Huan

Zhang Huan 張洹 | Poppy Tiger 罂粟虎

Zhang Huan

Zhang Huan

Zhang Huan 張洹 | Poppy Tiger 罂粟虎

Zhang Huan 張洹 | Poppy Tiger 罂粟虎

Zhang Huan

b. 1965

Poppy Tiger

acrylic paint on fiberglass with internal armature


220 by 70 by 60 cm







220 x 70 x 60 公分

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The core of my art stems from the Tibetan culture of Kangrinboqe. The skull elements are the symbol of the patron gods in Tibetan culture. To me, they are spirits, representing every life entity and life cell from the universe. The tiger is densely covered with brightly coloured skulls in order to convey the natural law of coexistence between us and the tiger, human and nature.


Zhang’s artworks are widely collected by top museums, important private and public collections such as the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Hermitage Museum, the Solomon Guggenheim Museum, the MacArthur Foundation, Centre Pompidou, Foundation Louis Vuitton Paris, Louvre Abu Dhabi, the National Gallery of Australia and Shanghai Art Museum.