Artwork by Alex Zeng

Alex Zeng

In the life of Alex Zeng, born in Shanghai, it took many small steps until he finally embarked on the career of an artist. His fate was sealed when, after some mistakes and setbacks, he finally began to study at the Chinese Academy of Arts in Hangzhou. With much patience and a great love of detail, he sketches out the motifs for his vintage collages, selects paper cuttings from books and magazines and arranges them. From animals to architecture to portraits of celebrities, everything can be found among his works. In his acrylic glass paintings and framed photographs, on the other hand, he concentrates on impressive depictions of animals and nature. However, he always remains true to his style - all his motifs are characterized by particular intensity.

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Alex Zeng: I love to create a big whole out of many small details.

How do you get inspired?

So far I found inspiration in very different ways, none of the situations resembled another. I go through the world with open eyes and try to perceive many little things from my environment. And so I get ideas for my pictures, which I can realize sometimes more, sometimes less well.

Why did you become an artist?

I love the freedom in this profession. I am my own boss. I decide for myself what I draw, in which colours or in which style I design my works. I like to collect many paper elements and create something out of nothing. I don't have fixed times when I work on my pictures - because I never know before when the muse will kiss me. I probably couldn't do much with a regular daily routine, I like this unpredictability.

Which KunstLoft painting is your favorite?

That's a difficult question, I like all my works. But I associate a lot with the picture 'Toby the Pug'. Toby was the dog of my grandparents and he looked exactly like the pug on this collage. Whenever I look at this work, I remember my childhood and the beautiful hours I spent with my grandmother and the dog in the garden behind our house. I think it's the little things and moments that count.
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