- A first systematic introduction of how the influences of contemporary Chinese art collapsing the distinctions between Eastern and Western culture
- The author explores the emergence of contemporary art in China after the Cultural Revolution in the mid-1980s, late 1980s, 1990, and the more recent identification of Chinese artists, such as Ai Weiwei, as global citizens who create works for an international audience.
- Includes more than 400 images
- Introduction of successive art movements, major art styles and trends, important artists and art projects, experimental exhibitions and avant-garde publications, and China’s growing number of new museums, galleries and alternative art spaces.
Format: Hardcover, 456 pages
Dimensions: 23 x 29.7 cm
Author: Wu Hung
Publisher: Thames & Hudson, 2014