Contemporary taiwanese art investigating the impact

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Contemporary Taiwanese art, investigating the impact of colonialism and current geo-political influence on Chinese and Taiwanese art from the late 19th century to now. Among his numerous publications are Nature Imagined and Observed - 500 Years of Chinese Painting , (Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, 2010); Painting Faith: Li Gonglin (1049-1106) and Northern Song Buddhist Culture (Leiden: Brill, 2007); and Contemporary Taiwanese Art in the Era of Contention (Taipei: Taipei Fine Arts Museum, 2004). Julia F. Andrews is Distinguished Professor of Chinese Art History at Ohio State University. Her first book, Painters and Politics in the People's Republic of China , 1949-1979 (1994), won the Joseph Levenson Prize of the Association for Asian Studies for the best book of the year on modern China. Her most recent book, Art of Modern China , (co-authored with Kuiyi Shen) published by UC Press in 2012. She is also a frequent contributor to exhibition catalogues. She conceived one of the first American exhibitions of contemporary Chinese art, Fragmented Memory: The Chinese Avant-Garde in Exile , at OSU's Wexner Center for the Arts in 1993, and the Guggenheim Museum's ground-breaking 1998 exhibition, A Century in Crisis: Modernity and Tradition in the Art of Twentieth Century China , shown in New York and Bilbao. Kuiyi Shen is professor of Art History, Theory & Criticism at University of California, San Diego. His research focuses on modern and contemporary Chinese art and Sino-Japanese art exchanges in the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. Among his publications are A Century in Crisis: Tradition and Modernity in the Art of Twentieth Century China (New York, 1998); Between the Thunder and the Rain: Chinese Paintings from the Opium War to the Cultural Revolution (San Francisco, 2000); Mahjong (Berkeley 2008); Chinese Posters (Munich, 2009) and Arts of Modern China (Berkeley, 2012). He also maintains an active career as a curator. For further information, contact Kuiyi Shen ( [email protected] ).
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  • Fall '09
  • Friedlander
  • Chinese painting, Contemporary Chinese Art, Contemporary Taiwanese Art

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