Published in conjunction with an exhibition at China Art Seasons, Beijing, 24 April - 30 May 2004. 'China's Photographic Painting' is a term used by curator Shu Yang to describe a phenomenon in Chinese contemporary art beginning in the mid to late 1990s, in which artists used painting to express a photographic visual effect. Artists' biographies are provided.
International Galleries Series 1: China Art Seasons | 國際畫廊系列1: 北京季節畫廊
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