Suxing Zhang (张素行) is a Chinese fine-art photographer currently living in Australia. Born in the late 1980s, he witnessed the transition from analog photography to digital photography, and has skills and experience in both areas.
Suxing Zhang’s works focus on fine-art and conceptual portraits which can be described as impressionistic surrealism. Suxing sees photographs as impressions that involve not only sheer beauty but also a wide range of emotions, and treats facial expressions and postures as the best mediums to deal with complex concepts. Suxing’s photographs often involve visual metaphors and metonymies to tell stories and express emotions. Experience with painting as well as charcoal sketching has attributed greatly in his use of lighting, composition, colour, texture, and translates to the overall harmony of his visual layouts.