Modern & Contemporary Chinese art (中国当代艺术, Zhongguo Dangdai Yishu); Chinese avant-garde art, modern art developments of post-Cultural Revolution. Contemporary Chinese art fully incorporates painting, film, video, photography, and performance.
The Daily Star The Artist With the Iron Fist: Liu Bolin's latest work Shanghaiist Remember Liu Bolin, the chameleon artist who managed to perfectly hide himself amongst such backdrops as the Beijing Bird Nest, the Great Wall and the Temple of Heaven?
The Newest Protest Art is the Destruction of the Old Protest... The New Republic Caminero is the disgruntled Miami artist who a couple of weeks ago smashed an ancient pot that the Chinese dissident artist Ai Weiwei had covered in bright green paint.
votequimby: “ cgvp: “ probably my favourite asian artist from late 20th century ( ? ) ” zhang xiaogang, yes. also a fave ” (Photo: votequimby: cgvp: probably my favourite asian artist from late 20th century ( ?
“Ink Art” is an intriguing, meaty show that includes works by a roster of China's best known contemporary artists: Xu Bing, Zhang Huan, Zhan Wang, Song Dong, Ai Weiwei, Gu Wenda, Liu Dan, Fang Lijun, Cai Guoqiang, Xing ...
The Malay Mail Online Art with a punch: China's Liu Bolin The Malay Mail Online Photo taken on February 25, 2014 shows Chinese Artist Liu Bolin (left) beside a piece of his giant fist sculpture at a steel foundry in Tangshan, in China's Hebei...
The University of Chicago's robust cultural scene where scholars, students, artists and audiences converge, explore, and create. (Have you checked out our new exhibition, 'Yang Fudong: East of Que Village'?
Nouse Mourning a nation Nouse The temptation to merely see Ai Weiwei's struggle as a testament of the censorship imposed by the Chinese government, while convenient, is an oversimplification of how deeply nuanced and multifaceted he is as an artist.
The list, which measures the annual sales of each artist's works on the auction circuit, placed Zhang Daqian at number three, Qi Baishi at number five, and Zao Wou-Ki (Zhao Wuji in Pinyin) at number nine.
Yishu ? Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art is the first English language journal to focus on Chinese contemporary art and culture. Each bi-monthly issue features scholarly essays on topical issues, interviews with artists and curators, conference proceedings, and critical commentary on exhibitions and books.
I think this whole vacuum created by Mao Zedong 38 years ago has created a huge urge, a huge drive for ideas, for material goods, and it's like China was hollowed out except for this huge passion and desire.