Published to coincide with the exhibitions at the Gallery of Modern Art from March 28 to June 28, 2009, The China Project features over 50 artists together with commissioned essays--including contributions by Feng Boyi, Thomas Berguis, Nicholas Jose, Leng Lin, Claire Roberts and Suhanya Raffel--and over 270 illustrations. Organized by the Queensland Art Gallery, The China Project is a three-part display that considers contemporary Chinese art practice. Three Decades: The Contemporary Chinese Collection presents around 140 extraordinary works by 40 contemporary Chinese artists from the 1980s to the present, drawing primarily from the Queensland Art Gallery Collection. Paralleling this exhibition is Zhang Xiaogang: Shadows in the Soul, an exhibition by one of China’s most eminent painters, as well as the commissioned project William Yang: Life Lines highlighting Australia’s long and complex migrant history with China. 
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Onsite

practitioner

Tony ELLWOOD

Suhanya RAFFEL

Location code REF.QAG
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

2009

No of pages

312

ISBN / ISSN

9781876509934

No of copies

2

Content type

catalogue

Chapter headings
Cultural Memory and Imagination in a Postmodern Context - FENG Boyi, 馮博一
Performance Art in China - Thomas J. BERGHUIS
Between Heaven and Earth: Xu Bing, the Academy and Contemporary Chinese Art - Claire ROBERTS, 羅清奇
The Process of Painting: Chinese Painting Materials in the 1980s - Anne CARTER, Gillian OSMOND
Zhang Xiaogang: Shadows in the Soul - LENG Lin, 冷林
Zhang Xiaogang Biography - Abigail FITZGIBBONS
A Conversation with William Yang - Russell STORER
William Yang Biography - Russell STORER
The China Project
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