Vanguard gallery



Private View (by invitation only)

5/19, 2pm − 8pm
5/20, 2pm − 8pm
5/21, 2pm − 4pm
5/22, 12noon − 2pm
5/23, 12noon − 2pm


Show Hours

5/22, 2pm − 8pm
5/23, 2pm − 6pm



Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Centre
1 Harbour Road, Wan Chai, Hong Kong, China





Zhu Changquan,Dark Beyond Deep, Dual screen video, ,17’40’’, Ed. 5+2 AP, 2019-2020




Zhu Changquan,Murmur, Digital simulation, UV print, 107×185 cm, Ed. 3+1 AP, 2021



Zhu Changquan engages in artistic activities through analyzing everyday life. He attempts to reveal the rule of daily life based on a variety of potential factors which influence human’s daily behavior. He believes that the effectiveness of the image roots in its potential power rather than its general meanings. The potential power enables the viewers to release their accumulated experience, and get involved in the giant social machinery more consciously. From Zhu Changquan’s perspective, the development of things never follows a single-linear narrative, thus “All-factor Narrative” marks the central notion of his video works. Zhu Changquan builds a new narrative relation between intangible image and tangible daily objects by means of different languages, such as drama, animation, installation, painting, and etc. 

Installation View

Zhu Changquan was born in Shandong in 1989. He graduated from the Experimental Image studio, School of Inter-media Art, China Art Academy in 2014. In 2017, he won the special award of the 5th Huayu Youth Award. Currently lives and works in Hangzhou and Shanghai. Recent exhibitions include: History of an Action, OCAT Shenzhen, Shenzhen, China(2019); Zhu Changquan: The History of an Action, 2019, Avenida da Nave Desportiva, Cotai, Macau (2019 solo exhibition); Audiovisual Obstructions, PPPP Space, Beijing, China (2019); The exhibition of annual of contemporary art of China 2018, Minsheng Art Museum, Beijing, China (2019); New Video in China—New Attitude since 2010, Chengdu, China (2018); The Post Southern Song Dyansty, KWM Art center, Beijing, China (2018); PITY PARTY, Sleepcenter, New York, USA (2018); The 5th Huayu Youth Award, Huayu Art Center, Sanya, China (2017); History of an Action, OCAT Shanghai, Shanghai, China (2018 duo exhibition); Head Without Brain, Vanguard Gallery, Shanghai, China (2017 solo exhibition); The New Normal: China, Art, and 2017, UCCA, Beijing, China (2017).