Z GALLERY ARTS


1688 west 1 avenue

British Columbia v6j1g1 Vancouver

Canada

Phone : 6047422001

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Mobile Ph. : 6043120991

URL : zgalleryarts.com

Zohra Bonnis   (founder)

yuanqing Rasine Hou   (assistant)

About

Z Gallery Arts is dedicated to fostering the work of emerging and internationally established artists. It was created in order to promote and support intellectual and visual dialogue with artists from around the world and embracing diversity

Untitled #2, 2016  -  NATALIA TRIVINO

NATALIA TRIVINO Untitled #2, 2016
Untitled #2, 2016
Natalia Trivino

Danse continue, 2014 -
200 x 200 cm -
Khaled Alkhani
Z Gallery Arts -

Danse continue, 2014 - 200 x 200 cm - Khaled Alkhani Z Gallery Arts

Reve - Khaled  ALKHANI

Khaled ALKHANI Reve

ILLUMINATION -

ILLUMINATION

Mind Sweepers, 2016 -  Lei  Xie

Lei Xie Mind Sweepers, 2016

Taxi - HENNI  ALFTAN

HENNI ALFTAN Taxi

Visitor - HENNI  ALFTAN

HENNI ALFTAN Visitor

Untitled #8 -  NATALIA TRIVINO

NATALIA TRIVINO Untitled #8

Exhibiting Artists

  • XIE LEI  (+)

    Biography : Xie Lei was born in 1983 in Anhui Province and now works and lives in Paris His work is shown regularly with the Galerie Anne de Villepoix and now in Vancouver BC at Z Gallery Arts. Xie Lei had a solo show at the Galerie Charlotte Moser in Geneva in 2012, two in 2011 and 2013 at Feasts Projects in Hong Kong and one in 2012 at the Foundation Yishu 8 in Beijing. The Marlborough Gallery showed his work in New York in 2008. French public institutions organized solo shows of his work at Château d’Ardelay in Herbiers (2014), Les Rencontres d’Art Contemporain in Cahors (2014), the Palais des Beaux-Arts in Paris (2016). In 2010 he participated in a group show at the Foundation Ricard and, in 2012, at the Saline Royale in Arc-et-Senans. His works are now part of private collections in Europe (particularly in France) and in China.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  Lei  Xie - Mind Sweepers, 2016 Mind Sweepers, 2016

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  • HENNI ALFTAN  (+)

    Biography : Henni Alftan is interested in the mimetic relation of paint as material and the image. She likes to discover the moment when the mere paint on canvas transforms into a resemblance of an object – when our gaze interprets and forms the mix of materials into an idea. Thus, her paintings are as much about the painting itself as an object, cherishing the physical qualities of the painting, its history and objecthood. Alftan’s brushstrokes are never improvised, but always made according to a thorough plan. She likes to think of this method of predetermined strokes as manneristic, in the sense of seeking to represent art itself and the artifice of the actual mark-making. She pictures small observations of the surrounding world, and of its already existing representations. Therefore her pictures often possess a certain déjà-vu. Henni Alftan (born 1979, in Helsinki, Finland) moved to France in 1998 where she graduated from Ecole Nationale d’Art de la Villa Arson and Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts de Paris. Her work has been exhibited in both Finland and France in venues such as Galerie Anhava, Forum Box, Galleria Huuto, Amos Anderson Art Museum, Galerie Claire Gastaud. and Z Gallery Arts. Her works are present in public collections such as at the Helsinki Art Museum, Amos Anderson Art Museum, and the Kuntsi Museum of Modern Art. She has received the support of institutions such as Arts Promotion Centre of Finland, Swedish Cultural Foudation in Finland, Finnish Fund for Culture, and Centre Nationale des Arts Plastiques in France etc. She has benefited from several international artist residency programs, such the ISCP in New York

    Artist's Objects:

    • HENNI  ALFTAN - Taxi Taxi
    • HENNI  ALFTAN - Visitor Visitor

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  • KHALED ALKANI  (+)

    Biography : Khaled Alkhani, a recent refugee from the ruins of Syria, fearlessly proffers slashes of colour that jag across space. He conjures up powerful maelstroms that birth sublime, fragile heads that are delicate, powerful, dominant, yet profoundly introspective. Heads of godforsaken Madonnas, carved of the opaque sky on devastated lands. Single heads, like islets of flesh. Khaled Alkhani is born in Syria in 1975. He creates oil paintings and murals based on his personal reflection of the conflict in Syria He expresses his struggles and pain through his artworks by using high contrast colours and technical brushstroke. Alkhani learned under Sohail Alahdab as an adolescent pictorial techniques and clay modelling. Then he moved to Damascus in 1999 to pursue Art studies at the School of Fine Arts where he graduated in 2001. Khaled exhibited with The Damascus gallery Naseer Shura in 1999 to 2001. Then he presented his solo exhibition in Kuwait, Dubai, Jordan, France, German, and Saudi Arabia. In 2012, he exhibited his work at the La Cite Internationale des Arts in Paris. In 2013 The museum Kunsthalle zu Kiel in Kiel, Germany, invited Khaled Alkhani to create a mural painting in the museum. In 2014 la galerie Europa in Paris showed his works. Now he is collaborating with Z Gallery Arts (Vancouver BC, Canada) with his first solo exhibition in North America in November 2017 and participating in Context Miami Art Fair December 2017.

    Artist's Objects:

    • Khaled  ALKHANI - Reve Reve

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  • NATALIA TRIVINO  (+)

    Biography : Natalia Trivino works and lives in Rome, Italy now. She grew up in Colombia and spent most of her life in Bogota. In 2008, Natalia participated in “Amnesia to Memory” organized by the United Nation Development Program and in 2011 she exhibited at the Modern Art Museum of Bogota. In 2012 her work was shown at the VII International Bogota Art Biennial and also in Ecuador at the Municipal Museum of Guayaquil same year. In 2005, Natalia did her residency in London at the Florence Trust London, United Kingdom.

    Artist's Objects:

    •  NATALIA TRIVINO - Untitled #2, 2016 Untitled #2, 2016
    •  NATALIA TRIVINO - Untitled #8 Untitled #8

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Other Represented Artists

  • Stian Ådlandsvik

  • Tanis Saxby