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Contemporary Chinese Art News 09/2009



Mongkok dreaming (The Star)
Contemporary Chinese art finds a luxurious home at the Langham Place Hotel.

Chinese art in Sydney (China Daily)
White Rabbit, a place to exhibit highly engaging contemporary Chinese art, has opened on the southern fringe of Sydney's CBD. The private and non-profit gallery features more than 400 works by 160 artists, including sculptures, paintings, photos, drawings, and installations.

Paint the town red (The Australian)
CONTROVERSIAL, challenging and confronting are among the most bloodless cliches of contemporary art.

Sotheby's to Hold Contemporary Asian Art Autumn Sale on October 6 (Art Daily)
Li Songsong (b.1973), The Decameron (executed in 2004; est. HK$800,000-1.2 million/ US$ 103,000-154,000. Photo: Sotheby's. HONG KONG.-

U of C prof starts an outdoor, cross-cultural Conversation (The Chicago Maroon)
Curated by University of Chicago art history professor Wu Hung, A Conversation with Chicago: Contemporary Sculptures from China exposes a wide audience to contemporary Chinese art.

The Museum of Contemporary Photography Presents Robert Adanto's The Rising Tide (Art Daily)
Shot in Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen in the summer of 2006, this unflinching and incisive study captures the confusion and ambiguity that characterize the new China.

The art of creating new connections among old neighbors (China Daily)
When contemporary arts practitioners from neighboring Asian countries, such as China, Kyrgyzstan and Afghanistan, met at a recent international symposium, they found they hardly knew anything about contemporary arts in one another's countries.

From masses to classes (China Daily)
Chinese contemporary artworks are on display at the Shanghai Exhibition Center during the ShContemporary. Photos by Gao Erqiang

Chinese show hits France (China Daily)
A contemporary Chinese art exhibition opened on Sept 12 in Tours, France, offering visitors a chance to appreciate works by more than 60 Chinese artists born in the 1960s, 1970s and 1980s.

Q&A: 'Interest in Indian art is on the rise in Korea' (The Times of India)
India is the guest country at the Korea International Art Fair 2009 (KIAF) that begins today in Seoul. KIAF director Cheong Jong-Hyo , who is also a known expert on the Korean art market and ran his own gallery in Osaka, spoke with Romain Maitra :

"China-ism" by Anton S. Kandinsky - An Art Interpretation of Contemporary China (PRWeb via Yahoo! News)
Art Next Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of Anton Skorubsky Kandinsky entitled "China-ism". The exhibition will be held from October 1 to October 31 at Art Next Gallery, located at 530 West 25th Street, 3rd Floor.

"China-ism" by Anton S. Kandinsky - An Art Interpretation of Contemporary China (PRWeb)
Art Next Gallery is pleased to announce a solo exhibition of Anton Skorubsky Kandinsky entitled "China-ism". The exhibition will be held from October 1 to October 31 at Art Next Gallery, located at 530 West 25th Street, 3rd Floor. (PRWeb Sep 18, 2009) Read the full story at (link) 20

Fall arts preview: Visual art (The Daily Review)
VISUAL ARTS   Utah Museum of Fine Arts Through Jan. 3 » "Splendid Heritage: Perspective on American Indian Art" Through Jan. 31 » "Desert Secrets: Photography from the UMFA's Permanent Collection" Oct.

Fall arts preview: Visual art (Pioneer Press)
VISUAL ARTS   Utah Museum of Fine Arts Through Jan. 3 » "Splendid Heritage: Perspective on American Indian Art" Through Jan. 31 » "Desert Secrets: Photography from the UMFA's Permanent Collection" Oct.

Fall arts preview: Visual art (Pioneer Press)
VISUAL ARTS   Utah Museum of Fine Arts Through Jan. 3 » "Splendid Heritage: Perspective on American Indian Art" Through Jan. 31 » "Desert Secrets: Photography from the UMFA's Permanent Collection" Oct.

Fall arts preview: Visual art (Daily Breeze)
VISUAL ARTS   Utah Museum of Fine Arts Through Jan. 3 » "Splendid Heritage: Perspective on American Indian Art" Through Jan. 31 » "Desert Secrets: Photography from the UMFA's Permanent Collection" Oct.

Fall arts preview: Visual art (Pioneer Press)
VISUAL ARTS   Utah Museum of Fine Arts Through Jan. 3 » "Splendid Heritage: Perspective on American Indian Art" Through Jan. 31 » "Desert Secrets: Photography from the UMFA's Permanent Collection" Oct.

Want of spirit (The Australian)
The Blake Prize is another predictable parade of mediocrity and must change, argues Christopher Allen

First Book on Collecting Chinese Contemporary Art Published in Chinese (Art Daily)
Zhang Xiaogang, Bloodline Mother & Sons, 1993. Oil on canvas, 149 x 180 cm. NEW YORK, NY.- AW Asia announced the publication of the Chinese-language version of Chinese Contemporary Art: 7 Things You Should Know by Melissa Chiu, director of the Asia Society Museum in New York City and vice president of the Society’s global arts program.

Artists recall birth pains of contemporary Chinese art (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Just over 30 years ago, not long after the death of Mao Zedong, a group of young Chinese artists staged an exhibition that pushed the bounds of artistic freedoms and helped pave the way for Chinese art's global rise.

Artists recall birth pains of contemporary Chinese art (Reuters via Yahoo! News)
Just over 30 years ago, not long after the death of Mao Zedong, a group of young Chinese artists staged an exhibition that pushed the bounds of artistic freedoms and helped pave the way for Chinese art's global rise.

Innovative journey: 60 years of Chinese fine arts (China Economic Net)
From commissioned paintings of political and historical moments to highly individualized executions of different styles and subjects. The development of Chinese art reflects the sweeping changes in Chinese society over the past sixty years.

Art = politics (BBC News)
60 years of propaganda in Communist China

Art = politics (BBC News)
60 years of propaganda in Communist China



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