Avant-Garde China: 20 Years of Chinese Contemporary Art
Featured in this publication are images of the exhibits with brief accompanying artist biographies. Introductory articles, timeline and glossary of Chinese terms are also available.
The term 'Avant-garde' might have become out of fashion in the West or in Japan, but in the context of contemporary Chinese art, it has taken on new and dynamic meaning. With the Cultural Revolution behind and the all-embracing current of the country's policy of 'reform and opening', Chinese artists eagerly took in the entire spectrum of twentieth century modern art in extremely short span of time. The radical experimentalism and criticism resulted is unlike anything seen anywhere else in the world.
Being the first exhibition in Japan that introduces the lineage and development of contemporary Chinese art, this exhibition features leading artists from different phrases of contemporary Chinese art.
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