Although now poised for widespread popularity in China, abstract art still has a special status compared to figurative art. This book analyses the latest works by these two renowned artists.
Although now poised for widespread popularity in China, abstract art still has a special status compared to figurative art. Its appeal in recent years has been increased by photographic artist Xiao Hui Wang and installation artist Wang Xiaosong, who seem "Western" in China and "Asian" to the West. Introspection analyses the latest works by these two renowned artists.
Beate Reifenscheid is director of the Leopold Museum in Koblenz, Germany, and the author or editor of several books, including China's Revision.
Combined German/English/Chinese Edition Volume 1--Xiao Hui Wang: Introspection Introspection Beate Reifenscheid The Liberated Camera Manfred Schneckenburger East-West Divan of Xiao Hui Wang Peter Weiermair In Transit--A Journey through Time with Xiao Hui Wang Walter Keller The Reflection between Herself and the World Fan Di'an Nano Photography 10000 Dreams Abstract Photography Shanghai Women My Last 100 Years--Joyous Time Red Child Film, Video and Multimedia Works Biography About the Critics Acknowledgment Imprint Volume 2--Wang Xiaosong: Unruly Ants Unruly Ants Thorsten Rodiek Colour as battle zone Beate Reifenscheid Wang Xiaosong and the Crisis of Faith Demetrio Paparoni We Live in Illusions Genuinely: Fu, Bi, and Xing in Wang Xiaosong's works Gao Minglu Cultural Fusion in the Information Age Fan Di'an Biography About the Authors List of Catalogue Acknowledgment Imprint
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