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        • Sheng Qi (b. 1965): Parade No. 2
          Nov. 30, 2023

          Sheng Qi (b. 1965): Parade No. 2

          Est: $1,500 - $3,000

          Oil on canvas, unsigned. 115 x 79 in., unframed.

          STAIR
        • Qi Sheng - Beds (2007)
          Oct. 21, 2023

          Qi Sheng - Beds (2007)

          Est: €4,000 - €6,000

          Diptych - Acrylic on canvas - Sig. on the reverse 2007 (each) - Unframed

          De Vuyst
        • Qi Sheng - Weiqi (2006)
          Oct. 21, 2023

          Qi Sheng - Weiqi (2006)

          Est: €1,800 - €2,400

          Acrylic on canvas - Sig. on the reverse 2006 - Unframed

          De Vuyst
        • Qi Sheng - Most wanted Mimi (2009)
          May. 20, 2023

          Qi Sheng - Most wanted Mimi (2009)

          Est: €4,000 - €6,000

          Acrylic on canvas - Sig. on the reverse - Unframed

          De Vuyst
        • Qi Sheng - Xi'an Square G (2009)
          May. 20, 2023

          Qi Sheng - Xi'an Square G (2009)

          Est: €4,200 - €6,000

          Acrylic on canvas - Sig. on the reverse 2009 - Unframed

          De Vuyst
        • SHENG QI 盛奇 (China, b. 1965) Untitled (My Left Hand series) 無題 “我的左手”系列
          May. 19, 2023

          SHENG QI 盛奇 (China, b. 1965) Untitled (My Left Hand series) 無題 “我的左手”系列

          Est: £2,000 - £3,000

          SHENG QI (China, b. 1965) Untitled From the 'My Left Hand series' Executed in 2006 Oil and paper collage on linen Signed and dated 'Sheng Qi 2006' and signed in Chinese on the reverse 90.2cm high, 80.3cm long 盛奇 無題 “我的左手”系列 油畫及紙拼貼於亞麻布 款識:Sheng Qi 2006,盛奇 於作品背面 - PROVENANCE: Acquired directly from the artist; Private Collection; Phillips London, 5th December 2018, lot 227; English Private Collection 來源: 直接從藝術家購入; 私人收藏 倫敦富藝斯,2018年12月5日,拍品編號277; 英國私人收藏 - Sheng Qi is a Chinese artist who was born in 1965 in Anhui, China. He is well known for his avant-garde works that challenge the traditional notions of art and its boundaries. Sheng Qi's artistic journey has been shaped by his experiences during the tumultuous years of the Cultural Revolution in China, which have been the source of inspiration for many of his works. After graduating from the Anhui Academy of Fine Arts in 1984, Sheng Qi moved to Beijing to pursue a career as an artist. He initially worked as a political propaganda artist, creating artworks that glorified the ruling Communist Party. However, in the early 1990s, he became disillusioned with the political system and decided to devote himself to creating art that reflected his personal beliefs and experiences. In 1995, Sheng Qi moved to Italy, where he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Rome. This experience had a profound impact on his artistic development and helped him to develop his unique style, which combines traditional Chinese ink painting techniques with modern Western art forms. Sheng Qi's works are known for their powerful and evocative imagery, which often explores themes of human suffering and the human condition. He uses a range of mediums, including painting, sculpture, and performance art, to create works that are both visually stunning and intellectually engaging. Some of Sheng Qi's most notable works include "A Momentary Suspension of Reason," a series of paintings that depict the human body as a fragile and vulnerable entity, and "The Red Memory," a performance art piece that explores the impact of the Cultural Revolution on Chinese society. Over the years, Sheng Qi has exhibited his works in numerous solo and group exhibitions in China, Europe, and the United States. He has received critical acclaim for his contributions to contemporary art, and his works are held in many public and private collections around the world. Today, Sheng Qi continues to create art that challenges and inspires audiences around the world. His commitment to exploring the complexities of the human experience has made him one of the most important artists of his generation, and his legacy continues to shape the art world today. -

          Chiswick Auctions
        • § SHENG QI 盛奇 Untitled (My Left Hand series)
          Apr. 18, 2023

          § SHENG QI 盛奇 Untitled (My Left Hand series)

          Est: £2,000 - £3,000

          § SHENG QI 盛奇 Untitled (My Left Hand series) SHENG QI 盛奇 Untitled From the My Left Hand series Executed in 2006 Oil and paper collage on linen Signed and dated 'Sheng Qi 2006' on the reverse 90.2cm high, 80.3cm long Acquired directly from the artist; Private Collection; Phillips London, 5th December 2018, lot 227; English Private Collection

          Chiswick Auctions
        • Sheng Qi (Chinese, 1965), Word on the Bo
          Mar. 10, 2023

          Sheng Qi (Chinese, 1965), Word on the Bo

          Est: £200 - £250

          Sheng Qi (Chinese, 1965), Word on the Body, signed and dated 2012 l.r, watercolour, 42 by 29cm, framed

          Kinghams Auctioneers
        • Sheng Qi (Chinese, 1965), Location on th
          Mar. 10, 2023

          Sheng Qi (Chinese, 1965), Location on th

          Est: £200 - £300

          Sheng Qi (Chinese, 1965), Location on the Body, signed and dated 2021 l.r., watercolour, 42 by 29.7cm, framed

          Kinghams Auctioneers
        • Sheng Qi (Chinese, 1965), More Words on
          Mar. 10, 2023

          Sheng Qi (Chinese, 1965), More Words on

          Est: £200 - £300

          Sheng Qi (Chinese, 1965), More Words on the Body, signed and dated 2021 l.r., watercolour, 42 by 29.7cm, framed

          Kinghams Auctioneers
        • Qi Sheng - Head Square (2011)
          Mar. 04, 2023

          Qi Sheng - Head Square (2011)

          Est: €4,600 - €6,000

          Acrylic on canvas - Sig. on the reverse 2011 - Unframed

          De Vuyst
        • Qi Sheng - Xi'an Square F (2009)
          Mar. 04, 2023

          Qi Sheng - Xi'an Square F (2009)

          Est: €4,000 - €6,000

          Acrylic on canvas - Sig. on the reverse 2009 - Unframed

          De Vuyst
        • Sheng Qi (1965), Mao and his entourage, 2008, oil on canvas, 149 x 201 cm
          Feb. 07, 2023

          Sheng Qi (1965), Mao and his entourage, 2008, oil on canvas, 149 x 201 cm

          Est: €2,000 - €4,000

          § Sheng Qi (1965), Mao and his entourage, 2008, oil on canvas, 149 x 201 cm Signed and dated to the verso. Provenance: Van Voorst Van Beest Gallery. Is possibly subject to the Artist's Resale Right / consult ‘Conditions of Sale'

          Carlo Bonte Auctions
        • SHENG QI : Mao - Red and Black, 2007
          Nov. 27, 2022

          SHENG QI : Mao - Red and Black, 2007

          Est: RM7,000 - RM15,000

          Sheng Qi is an internationally-recognised contemporary Chinese artist famed for his unique body of art and distinctive painting style. Sheng Qi was born in Anhui Province in 1965. He is a talented individual, his talent spanning painting, performance art and photography. Sheng Qi had the best collegiate career, studying in some of the world’s best institutions for art. The artist attended the Central Academy of Art and Design in Beijing and he also lived and worked in Italy for a few years before earning a masters in fine arts from the Central Saint Martin’s Academy of Art and Design in London, England. Sheng Qi is synonymous with personal defiance following the events (student-led demonstration) in Tiananmen, 1989. Distressed by the massacre of the demonstrators by armed troops, Sheng Qi chopped off the pinky on his left hand and buried it in a flowerpot, which remained in Beijing throughout his European exile. Since then, he has woven the image of this self-mutilation into his work. He has been featured in Phaidon’s 500 Self Portraits, The Chinese Art Book and Body of Art alongside contemporary and old masters such as Ai Weiwei, Andy Warhol and Michelangelo. Sheng Qi’s artworks have been collected by prestigious museums such as the Metropolitan in New York and the Museum of Modern Art in New York. Sheng’s work is driven by two objectives — to change the direction of where he sees Chinese contemporary art is heading, and simply, to ask questions. His work is daring, tackling unprecedented subjects to make the viewers think, push boundaries and ask questions.

          KLAS Art Auction
        • Qi Sheng - Mourning for Huyaobing 2 (2009)
          Oct. 22, 2022

          Qi Sheng - Mourning for Huyaobing 2 (2009)

          Est: €4,000 - €6,000

          Acrylic on canvas - Sig. on the reverse 2009 - Unframed

          De Vuyst
        • Qi Sheng - Black Red Rain (2011)
          Oct. 22, 2022

          Qi Sheng - Black Red Rain (2011)

          Est: €9,000 - €12,000

          Diptych - Acrylic on canvas (2x) - Sig. on the reverse 2011 (each) - Unframed

          De Vuyst
        • Qi Sheng - Sha Sha Sha (2009)
          Oct. 22, 2022

          Qi Sheng - Sha Sha Sha (2009)

          Est: €4,400 - €6,000

          Acrylic on canvas - Sig. on the reverse 2009 - Unframed

          De Vuyst
        • Sheng Qi (1965), Mao and his entourage, 2008, oil on canvas, 149 x 201 cm
          Oct. 04, 2022

          Sheng Qi (1965), Mao and his entourage, 2008, oil on canvas, 149 x 201 cm

          Est: €6,000 - €10,000

          § Sheng Qi (1965), Mao and his entourage, 2008, oil on canvas, 149 x 201 cm Signed and dated to the verso. Provenance: Van Voorst Van Beest Gallery. Is possibly subject to the Artist's Resale Right / consult ‘Conditions of Sale'

          Carlo Bonte Auctions
        • Qi Sheng - Xi'an Square D (2009) - Xi'an Square F (2009) - Xi'an Square G (2009)
          May. 21, 2022

          Qi Sheng - Xi'an Square D (2009) - Xi'an Square F (2009) - Xi'an Square G (2009)

          Est: €14,000 - €20,000

          Acrylic on canvas - Sig. on the reverse 2009 - Unframed - Acrylic on canvas - Sig. on the reverse 2009 - Unframed - Acrylic on canvas - Sig. on the reverse 2009 - Unframed

          De Vuyst
        • Qi Sheng - Hand - Flag (2007)
          May. 21, 2022

          Qi Sheng - Hand - Flag (2007)

          Est: €4,400 - €6,000

          Diptych - Acrylic on canvas - Sig. on the reverse 2007 (each) - Unframed

          De Vuyst
        • Qi Sheng - Bicycles (2007)
          Mar. 12, 2022

          Qi Sheng - Bicycles (2007)

          Est: €9,000 - €12,000

          Diptych - Acrylic on canvas - Sig. on the reverse 2007 (each) - Unframed - With a photograph of this work in the artist's studio in Beijing in 2007

          De Vuyst
        • Qi Sheng - Head Square (2011)
          Oct. 23, 2021

          Qi Sheng - Head Square (2011)

          Est: €5,000 - €7,000

          Acrylic on canvas - Sig. on the reverse 2011 - Unframed

          De Vuyst
        • SHENG QI : Mao-Red and Black, 2007
          Aug. 15, 2021

          SHENG QI : Mao-Red and Black, 2007

          Est: RM4,000 - RM12,000

          Sheng Qi is an internationally-recognised contemporary Chinese artist famed for his unique body of art and distinctive painting style. Sheng Qi was born in Anhui Province in the year 1965. He is a talented individual, his talent spanning painting, performance art and photography. Sheng Qi had the best collegiate career, studying in some of the world’s best institutions for art. The artist attended the Central Academy of Art and Design located in Beijing and he also lived and work in Italy for a few years before earning a masters in fine arts from the Central Saint Martin’s Academy of Art and Design located in London, England. Sheng’s work is driven by two objectives — to change the direction of where he sees Chinese contemporary art heading, and simply, to ask questions. His work is daring, tackling unprecedented subjects to make the viewers to think, push boundaries and ask questions. This work highlights President Mao, with streams of red hue rushing down the painting, possibly representing bloodshed that happened at the Tiananmen Square massacre.

          KLAS Art Auction
        • Qi Sheng - Bicycles (2007)
          May. 15, 2021

          Qi Sheng - Bicycles (2007)

          Est: €10,000 - €14,000

          Diptych - Acrylic on canvas - Sig. on the reverse 2007 (each) - Unframed - With photo of this artwork in the artist's studio in Beijing in 2007

          De Vuyst
        • Qi Sheng - Head Square (2011)
          Mar. 06, 2021

          Qi Sheng - Head Square (2011)

          Est: €5,000 - €7,000

          Acrylic on canvas - Sig. 2011 on the reverse - Unframed

          De Vuyst
        • Qi Sheng - Xi'an Square (2009)
          Mar. 06, 2021

          Qi Sheng - Xi'an Square (2009)

          Est: €15,000 - €20,000

          Acrylic on canvas (3x) - Sig. 2009 on the reverse (3x) - Unframed (3x)

          De Vuyst
        • Qi Sheng (1965 - ) China - Them in Red (2009)
          Dec. 05, 2020

          Qi Sheng (1965 - ) China - Them in Red (2009)

          Est: €4,400 - €6,000

          Acrylic on canvas - Sig. on the reverse - Unframed

          De Vuyst
        • SHENG QI : Mao = Red and Black, 2007
          Sep. 06, 2020

          SHENG QI : Mao = Red and Black, 2007

          Est: RM8,000 - RM15,000

          Sheng Qi is an internationally-recognised contemporary Chinese artist famed for his unique body of art and distinctive painting style. Sheng Qi was born in Anhui Province in the year 1965. He is a talented individual, his talent spanning painting, performance art and photography. Sheng Qi had the best collegiate career, studying in some of the world’s best institutions for art. The artist attended the Central Academy of Art and Design located in Beijing and he also lived and work in Italy for a few years before earning a masters in fine arts from the Central Saint Martin’s Academy of Art and Design located in London, England. Sheng’s work is driven by two objectives — to change the direction of where he sees Chinese contemporary art heading, and simply, to ask questions. His work is daring, tackling unprecedented subjects to make the viewers to think, push boundaries and ask questions. This work highlights President Mao, with streams of red hue rushing down the painting, possibly representing bloodshed that happened at the Tiananmen Square massacre.

          KLAS Art Auction
        • *SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) - > BICYCLE (SIDE), 2007
          Jul. 06, 2020

          *SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) - > BICYCLE (SIDE), 2007

          Est: €5,000 - €7,000

          *SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) BICYCLE (SIDE), 2007 Diptyque Acrylique sur toile appliquée sur panneau 110 x 130 cm (chaque) Dimensions de l’ensemble : 110 x 260 cm Provenance : - F2 Gallery, Hong Kong - Collection particulière, New York

          Cornette de Saint-Cyr
        • Sheng QI (Né en 1965) - BEIJING JAM, 2007
          Jul. 02, 2020

          Sheng QI (Né en 1965) - BEIJING JAM, 2007

          Est: €5,000 - €7,000

          Sheng QI (Né en 1965) BEIJING JAM, 2007 Diptyque Acrylique sur toile Signée et datée au dos 110 x 130 cm (chaque) - 43.3 x 51.2 in. (each) Dimensions de l’ensemble : 110 x 260 cm - 43.3 x 102.36 in. Diptych Acrylic on canvas Signed and dated at the back Provenance - F2 Gallery, Hong Kong - Collection particulière, New York

          Cornette de Saint-Cyr
        • SHENG QI - Two works: (i) My Left Hand; (ii) My Left Hand
          Dec. 12, 2019

          SHENG QI - Two works: (i) My Left Hand; (ii) My Left Hand

          Est: £2,000 - £3,000

          SHENG QI - Two works: (i) My Left Hand; (ii) My Left Hand • ‡

          Phillips
        • SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) - BEIJING JAM, 2007
          Jun. 27, 2019

          SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) - BEIJING JAM, 2007

          Est: €8,000 - €10,000

          SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) BEIJING JAM, 2007 Diptyque Acrylique sur toile Signée et datée au dos 110 x 130 cm (chaque) - 43.3 x 51.2 in. (each) Dimensions de l’ensemble : 110 x 260 cm - 43.3 x 102.36 in. Diptych Acrylic on canvas Signed and dated at the back Provenance : - F2 Gallery, Hong Kong - Collection particulière, New York

          Cornette de Saint-Cyr
        • SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) - BICYCLE (SIDE), 2007
          Jun. 27, 2019

          SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) - BICYCLE (SIDE), 2007

          Est: €8,000 - €10,000

          SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) BICYCLE (SIDE), 2007 Diptyque Acrylique sur toile appliquée sur panneau 110 x 130 cm (chaque) - 43.3 x 51.2 in. (each) Dimensions de l’ensemble : 110 x 260 cm - 43.3 x 102.36 in. Diptych Acrylic on canvas laid on panel Provenance : - F2 Gallery, Hong Kong - Collection particulière, New York La mémoire de centaines de millions de Chinois Mon art est ma mémoire. Je ne suis pas seulement un artiste ; je suis un observateur et un enregistreur de l’histoire. J’utilise mon pinceau pour enregistrer l’histoire de la Chine de mon vivant, depuis 1965. Ces évènements sont réellement importants parce qu’ils influencent des centaines de millions de Chinois et ont façonné ma vie. Donc je continue de les enregistrer aussi sincèrement que je le peux, en rouge et noir.

          Cornette de Saint-Cyr
        • SHENG QI - Untitled (My Left Hand Series)
          Dec. 05, 2018

          SHENG QI - Untitled (My Left Hand Series)

          Est: £4,000 - £6,000

          SHENG QI - Untitled (My Left Hand Series)

          Phillips
        • SHENG QI (CHINESE, B. 1965) CUI JIAN, 2007 ACRYLIC ON CANVAS 39-1/4 X 31-1/2 INC
          Sep. 22, 2018

          SHENG QI (CHINESE, B. 1965) CUI JIAN, 2007 ACRYLIC ON CANVAS 39-1/4 X 31-1/2 INC

          Est: $3,000 - $5,000

          Sheng Qi (Chinese, b. 1965) Cui Jian, 2007 Acrylic on canvas 39-1/4 x 31-1/2 inches (99.7 x 80.0 cm) Signed and dated on the reverse: Sheng Qi 2007 HID04901242017

          Heritage Auctions
        • Sheng Qi (b. 1965) - Most Wanted
          Apr. 24, 2018

          Sheng Qi (b. 1965) - Most Wanted

          Est: €1,500 - €2,000

          Sheng Qi (b. 1965) Most Wanted acrylic on linen 80 x 60cm.

          Christie's
        • Qi Sheng (B. 1965) 'Family on bicycle', signed and dated 2008 verso, canvas. 'Family on bicycle', signed and dated 2008 verso, canvas. Dim. 80 x 100 cm.
          Mar. 21, 2018

          Qi Sheng (B. 1965) 'Family on bicycle', signed and dated 2008 verso, canvas. 'Family on bicycle', signed and dated 2008 verso, canvas. Dim. 80 x 100 cm.

          Est: €3,000 - €5,000

          Qi Sheng (B. 1965) 'Family on bicycle', signed and dated 2008 verso, canvas. 'Family on bicycle', signed and dated 2008 verso, canvas. Dim. 80 x 100 cm.

          Zeeuws Veilinghuis
        • Qi Sheng (B. 1965) 'Blue bike', signed and dated 2008 verso, canvas. 'Blue bike', signed and dated 2008 verso, canvas. Dim. 80 x 120 cm.
          Mar. 21, 2018

          Qi Sheng (B. 1965) 'Blue bike', signed and dated 2008 verso, canvas. 'Blue bike', signed and dated 2008 verso, canvas. Dim. 80 x 120 cm.

          Est: €3,000 - €5,000

          Qi Sheng (B. 1965) 'Blue bike', signed and dated 2008 verso, canvas. 'Blue bike', signed and dated 2008 verso, canvas. Dim. 80 x 120 cm.

          Zeeuws Veilinghuis
        • SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) SANS TITRE (LA COUR D’ECOLE), 2008
          Jun. 12, 2017

          SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) SANS TITRE (LA COUR D’ECOLE), 2008

          Est: €8,000 - €10,000

          SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) SANS TITRE (LA COUR D’ECOLE), 2008 Acrylique sur toile Signée et datée au dos 179,5 x 239 cm - 70.66 x 94.09 in. Acrylic on canvas, signed and dated at the back

          Cornette de Saint-Cyr
        • SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) SANS TITRE (LA CITE INTERDITE), 2008
          Jun. 12, 2017

          SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) SANS TITRE (LA CITE INTERDITE), 2008

          Est: €8,000 - €10,000

          SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) SANS TITRE (LA CITE INTERDITE), 2008 Acrylique sur toile Signée et datée au dos 180 x 238,5 cm - 70.86 x 93.89 in. Acrylic on canvas, signed and dated at the back

          Cornette de Saint-Cyr
        • SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) BEIJING, 2009 Tirage chromogénique Signé en Pinyin
          Dec. 09, 2016

          SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) BEIJING, 2009 Tirage chromogénique Signé en Pinyin

          Est: €1,500 - €2,500

          SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) BEIJING, 2009 Tirage chromogénique Signé en Pinyin en bas à droite Titré en bas à droite Numéroté 1/10 en bas à droite 85 x 58,5 cm -33.5 x 23 in. Provenance : Collection particulière, New York

          Cornette de Saint-Cyr
        • SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) SANS TITRE, 2008 Acrylique sur toile Signée et datée
          Oct. 25, 2016

          SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) SANS TITRE, 2008 Acrylique sur toile Signée et datée

          Est: €3,500 - €4,500

          SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) SANS TITRE, 2008 Acrylique sur toile Signée et datée au dos 110,5 x 80 cm

          Cornette de Saint-Cyr
        • Chinese girl
          Oct. 07, 2015

          Chinese girl

          Est: £2,500 - £3,500

          Sheng Qi (Chinese, b.1965) Chinese girl signed and dated 'Shenq Qi 2012' (on the reverse) oil on canvas, unframed 39 x 31 in. (99 x 78.7 cm.)

          Christie's
        • Birds eye view
          Oct. 07, 2015

          Birds eye view

          Est: £2,500 - £3,500

          Sheng Qi (Chinese, b. 1965) Birds eye view signed 'Sheng Qi' and indistinctly inscribed with Chinese (on the reverse) oil on canvas, unframed 23 ¼ x 31 ¼ in. (59 x 79.4 cm.)

          Christie's
        • SHENG QI (NE EN 1965)
          Jun. 25, 2015

          SHENG QI (NE EN 1965)

          Est: €2,000 - €3,000

          113. SHENG QI (NE EN 1965) SANS TITRE, 2008 Acrylique sur toile Signée et datée au dos 79,5 x 60 cm

          Cornette de Saint-Cyr
        • SHENG QI (1965) óleo sobre lienzo. Med.: 62x80 cm.
          Nov. 14, 2013

          SHENG QI (1965) óleo sobre lienzo. Med.: 62x80 cm.

          Est: -

          SHENG QI (1965) óleo sobre lienzo. Med.: 62x80 cm. "Dos personajes". Se adjunta catálogo.

          Subarna Subastas
        • Sheng Qi (Chinese, b.1965)
          Sep. 10, 2013

          Sheng Qi (Chinese, b.1965)

          Est: £1,000 - £1,500

          Sheng Qi (Chinese, b.1965) My Left Hand signed in Chinese, inscribed and dated '2006 One print only' (lower right) c-print 49½ x 33 3/8 in. (125.8 x 83.7 cm.) Executed in 2006, this work is unique

          Christie's
        • Sheng Qi (b.1965)
          Jun. 27, 2013

          Sheng Qi (b.1965)

          Est: £2,000 - £3,000

          Liberate 2004 signed twice and dated 2004 on the reverse acrylic on canvas 91 by 73 cm. 35 13/16 by 28 3/4 in.

          Bonhams 3
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