The present book offers a study of the evolution of ink painting in China in the 20th Century, and proposes approaches for further development in the field. It was published as a result of the symposium, Fission: Historial Features of Ink Art in the Twentieth Century, and exhibition, Metamorphosis: Approaches towards a Successful Future for Contemporary Ink Artists, held at Sun Yat-sen Memorial Hall in Taipei in the Spring of 2003. Introduction of participating artists are included. With foreword by Ursula Toyka.

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Onsite

Location code REF.TOU
Language

Chinese - Traditional, 

English

Keyword

ink paintingconferenceChina

Publication/Creation date

2003

No of pages

200

ISBN / ISSN

3922667058

No of copies

2

Content type

anthology, 

catalogue

Chapter headings
The Fission Theory of Ink Art

- YIN Yi, 尹毅

Chinese Modern Ink Artists Crossing the Borders of Culture from Metamorphosis to Flight

- Ursula TOYKA-FUONG

Contemporary Chinese Ink Art: Fission.Metamorphosis
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Contemporary Chinese Ink Art: Fission.Metamorphosis, 裂變﹒蛻變:中國現代水墨藝術