Chinese Contemporary opened its first gallery in London in 1996 and then Beijing in 2004. This publication features artists the gallery has exhibited and includes essays about these artists and the Chinese art scene, written by noted art critics and researchers. Artist biographies are included.
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Onsite

Location code REF.CCL2
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

2004

No of pages

119

ISBN / ISSN

0954387600

No of copies

2

Content type

catalogue

Chapter headings
Critical Mass - Ludovic BOIS
No U-Turn. Contemporary Asian Art in the Logan Collection - Kent A. LOGAN
Rong Rong - East Village
Con Brio: The Creation of Guo Jin - Julia COLMAN
Fellini, A Guardsman, Mondrian, The Pope and my Girlfriend - Julia COLMAN
The Generation at the Fringe - Julia COLMAN
From Mao to Now: Wang Guangyi (extracted from Lives of the Chinese Artists, Volume 1: Embrace, Adopt, Conquer!) - Karen SMITH
Art of an Era: Contemporary China - Julia COLMAN
Glorious Life: Artist Statement - WANG Qingsong, 王慶松
'Wei Dong. Peintre Demiurge.' - Emmanuel LINCOT
We All Laugh - Julia COLMAN
Flux - Julia COLMAN
'Bubble': Birth, Death and Creation in the Work of Zhu Ming - Thomas J. BERGHUIS
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