Tracing Zhang Xiaogang's artistic career between 1987 and 2010, his solo exhibition 'Superimposed Vision and Hidden Dimension' in 'Dissociation: 2011 Art Changsha' features his oil paintings and mixed-media works, ranging from Lost Dreams No.11: The Spirit who Carried the Goat, to The 8.00pm NewsBroadcast and Pine & Medicine Bottle. The accompanying catalogue includes essay and interview, plus artist's biography.
Presenting multiple solo exhibitions simultaneously at Hunan Provincial Museum, September to October 2011, 'Dissociation: 2011 Art Changsha' brings together works by ten artists from multiple discipline, different generations and contexts, offering a constellation of ideas, touching on issues such as local tradition, mass culture, body, personal memory and many others, to provide a comprehensive picture of the Chinese contemporary art scene with the least restrictions. 'Art Changsha' reaches its 3rd anniversary since 2007.
Other catalogues from 'Dissociation' are also available in the archive:
Dissociation | Mao Xuhui: The Eternity in Reflection (MON.MXH) Dissociation | Zhan Wang: Sonorous Zeroing Confronting and Moderate (MON.ZHW2) Dissociation | Chen Wenbo: An Aesthetic Micropolitics (MON.CWB) Dissociation | Ma Liuming: Gender Performativity and Bio-politics (MON.MLM) Dissociation | Zhao Nengzhi: The Real Sense (MON.ZNZ) Dissociation | Duan Jianyu: Apotheosis of Imagination (MON.DJY) Dissociation | Wang Guangle: Disappearance of Rhetoric (MON.WGL) Dissociation | Chen Wei: The Story of Boxes (MON.CHW9) Dissociation | Ma Qiusha: The Boundary (MON.MQS)
jie li cong shu | zhang xiao gang: zhong die de shi jie yu cang ni de wei du
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