This 48-page hardcover catalog with texts by Susanne Holst-Steppat was published in conjunction with the double exhibition of Feng Zhengjie & Heiner Meyer that ran at Die Galerie in Frankfurt am Main from 9 June 2010 to 28 August 2010.
To quote the gallery press release: "For the first time ever, DIE GALERIE is presenting the oeuvre of the renowned German painter Heiner Meyer (b. 1953) in juxtaposition with works by the Chinese star artist Feng Zhengjie (b. 1968). [...] In his paintings, Heiner Meyer reflects on the ceaseless desire for consumption and self-expression in our Western world. His glamorous protagonists, Hollywood stars or models in the lap of luxury, are widely known life-style icons. His new series, Flowers, created especially for this exhibition, corresponds in a fascinating, provoking manner with the portraits of hybrid women by Feng Zhengjie. Both artists utilize the techniques of Pop Art and its closely related concept of serial pieces to illustrate contemporary social conditions – but their observations and reflections vary fundamentally. The result is an exciting discourse that poses questions on the own social positioning and that also explores the scope between closeness and distance, between East and West; a dialogue that searches for an exchange of cultures by means of similarities and differences."