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The Cultural Revolution suppresed the creativity of the Chinese people for a generation, but following the death of Mao in 1976, Chinese artists immediately began making their mark on the international art scene. Never has interest in Chinese contemporary art been greater than it is now at galleries in London, New York, Paris, Shanghai, and even Beijing. China Art Now examines the trends in the explosive generation of contemporary artists by visiting them where they live and work, in thirty fascinating studios on mainland China and in the US. In painting, sculpture, photography, and filmmaking spaces - this book highlights not only the artists' governing aesthetics, but also their everyday working life. Featuring texts by leading art historians and color photographs, this is a detailed, scholarly, yet accessible reference guide for anyone interested in the wave of creativity currently sweeping through Chinese art.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 0.75" Width: 10" Height: 9.75" Weight: 3.5 lbs.
Release Date Jun 26, 2004
ISBN 2080304402 ISBN13 9782080304407
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More About Michel Nuridsany & Marc Domage
Michel Nuridsany has been an art critic for the Paris newspaper "Le Figaro" for twenty years. A writer, filmmaker, and exhibition curator in France and internationally, he has published several books, including "China Art Now" (Flammarion, 2004) and two biographies in "French: Andy Warhol" (Flammarion, 2001) and "Dali" (Flammarion, 2005).