Cement: Marginal Space in Contemporary Chinese Art, 混凝土: 中國現代藝術的邊緣空間
Catalogue of joint exhibition at Chambers Fine Art in 2002. According to curator Feng Boyi, cement symbolizes the ideals of modern society. In the past twenty years of the China open-door policy, the use of cement in architecture has physically revealed transformations in the process of modernization and urbanization. Showing works of art in various media, the exhibition uses both the term and the concept of cement to represent urban transformations and conflicts in contemporary China. It explores the relationship between human beings and history, nature and current society. Artist biographies are included in the catalogue.
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