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In this lavishly illustrated study, the scholar and critic Yi Ying brings a distinctly Chinese perspective to the development of art and artists in China since 1949. These have been years of dramatic change for China, and the art of this period is therefore of historical, political and cultural interest, being first used to promote the revolutionary cause, later to question and criticise and, more recently, charting the changes in cultural and economic policy that have taken place since 1978. In the twenty-first century, Chinese art is diverse, distinctive, and highly prized in the global art market. Presented here in English translation for the first time, Yi's narrative opens up fresh questions about both the nature of contemporary art and the China of today.Read more
- Presents the work of one of China's leading art historians and critics in English translation
- A thought-provoking introductory essay from Xiaobing Tang provides interpretative and historical context for students
- This book is lavishly illustrated in full colour
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- Date Published: February 2018
- format: Hardback
- isbn: 9781107024502
- length: 374 pages
- dimensions: 235 x 158 x 22 mm
- weight: 0.75kg
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
1. Under a red sky
2. A glimmer of hope in a new era
3. Moving toward modern art
4. On the threshold of a new century.
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