Part I The Evolving Role of the State in the Arts, 1978–89
1 The System of State Support for the Arts
2 The Debate over Luo Zhongli's 'Father'
Part II Introducing Market Reform in the Arts, 1978–89
3 The Changing Economics of Mainstream Art Practice
4 Emerging Entrepreneurialism in the Arts
5 Nascent Commercial Values inside China
Part III Between State and Market, 1985–89
6 Discourse and Debate about the Market and the State
7 Alternative Media Platforms
8 Alternative Exhibition Platforms
9 The 'China/Avant Garde Exhibition'
Part IV Big Business, 1990–93
10 Making a Market for Contemporary Chinese Art
11 Wang Guangyi and the 'Great Criticism' Series
12 The Chinese Avant-Garde Moves Offshore