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Author:
Jon Burris
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978-1592650859
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1592650856
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Long River Press; 1st edition (August 2, 2011)
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In this book, writer and photographer Jon Burris profiles twenty-five top contemporary Chinese painters, sculptors, photographers, and conceptual artists, taking the reader into their studios and presenting intimate glimpses into their life and work. As a result, he offers a lingering portrait of the contemporary Chinese art scene.

In this book,writer and photographer Jon Burris profiles twenty-five topcontemporary Chinese painters, sculptors,photographers, andconceptual artists, taking the reader into their studios andpresenting intimate glimpses into their life and work

In this book,writer and photographer Jon Burris profiles twenty-five topcontemporary Chinese painters, sculptors,photographers, andconceptual artists, taking the reader into their studios andpresenting intimate glimpses into their life and work. As a result,he offers a lingering portrait of the contemporary Chinese artscene.

This unique book shows why many believe China is the next "tidal wave" of opportunity for art collectors due to the sheer creative output .

This unique book shows why many believe China is the next "tidal wave" of opportunity for art collectors due to the sheer creative output and artistic variety now blooming from within a country where only a few decades ago such expression would have been repressed. Within the Western art world, contemporary Chinese art is the subject of intense fascination and speculation.

Few contemporary Chinese artists fetch as much at auction as Zeng Fanzhi. address sociopolitical issues in China with humor and irony. The intensity of his work is influenced by artists including. A member of the. Cynical Realism. movement, which formed in Beijing in the early 1990s, Zeng’s angst-ridden portraits-like the work of peers.

Description: Including "Raphael Soyer" by Lloyd Goodrich, Harry N. Abrams, In. New York, 1970, retains dust jacket; "At Work, Twenty-Five Contemporary Chinese Artists" by Jon Burris, Long River Press, 2011. New York, 1970, retains dust jacket; "At Work, Twenty-Five Contemporary Chinese Artists" by Jon Burris, Long River Press, 2011, retains dust jacket; "Great French Paintings from The Barnes Foundation, From Cezanne to Matisse", Alfred Knopf, New York, 1995; "Stephen Pace" by Martica Sawin, Hudson Hills Press, 2004, retains dust jacket; "Mary

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How do you select 25 individuals from a nation of . billion people? Arbitrarily is the only real answer. China is at once a uniquely contemporary and deeply traditional society

How do you select 25 individuals from a nation of . Though by no means exhaustive, the following list represents a cross section of artists that currently live and work in China and make really cool art. China is at once a uniquely contemporary and deeply traditional society. Chinese social and political life is based largely on events of the last forty years, since the end of the Cultural Revolution in 1976 forced a hard reset.

This unique book shows why many believe China is the next “tidal wave” of opportunity for art collectors due to the sheer creative output and artistic variety now blooming from within a country where only a few decades ago such expression would have been repressed.

Within the Western art world, contemporary Chinese art is the subject of intense fascination and speculation. In this book, Jon Burris profiles contemporary Chinese painters, sculptors, photographers, and conceptual artists in their studios, presenting intimate glimpses into their life and work. As a result, he offers a fascinating, lingering portrait of the contemporary Chinese art scene.

From the symbolist paintings of Zhang Xiaogang to Fang Lijun and other post-Tiananmen artists, Burris details the historical, political, and cultural mimesis shaping China’s contemporary artists. This is a must-have book for admirers of contemporary Chinese art.

Jon Burris is the author of Beijing Days. He has served as a curator for the Christian Keesee Collection of New Russian Art, the Robert A. Hefner III Collection of Contemporary Chinese Oil Painting, and the Brett Weston Archive. He is the executive director of Untitled [Artspace] in Oklahoma City.