Zhu Jinshi, born in 1954, is a pioneer of Chinese abstract art and installation art. He began to create abstract paintings in the early 1980s and moved to Berlin in 1986. Since then, he has been experimenting with performance, installation, and conceptual art. In 1994, Zhu returned to China, dividing his time between Berlin and Beijing until 2010. At present, he lives and works in Beijing.
- Yu Gia, 'Zhu Jinshi solo exhibition at Yuan art museum', Yuan art museum, avril 2016 — 476.5 kB
- Tianmo Zhang, 'Beetween painting and sculpture: Zhu Jinshi at Inside-Out Art Museum', Art Radar, 15th January 2016 — 1.9 MB
- Stefano Pirovano, 'This is my truth about Chinese art: an interview with Zhu Jinshi (with a three-years delay)', Conceptual Fine Arts, 2016 — 68.9 kB
- Andrew Spyrou, 'Zhu Jinshi: on thick painting', Spring 2014 — 1.7 MB