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Contemporary Chinese Art News 03/2010

An exhibit of current Chinese painting opens tonight at MSU (The Record and Herald News)
An exhibition of contemporary Chinese paintings features 50 scrolls by 8 leading Chinese artists showcasing current artwork rendered in the traditional materials of ink, brush and rice paper.

Weiwei to take over Turbine Hall (BBC News)
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is chosen to undertake the 11th commission in Tate's Unilever Series.

Bird’s Nest artist set for Tate grandstand (Evening Standard)
Ai Weiwei will follow artists including Anish Kapoor , Rachel Whiteread and Olafur Eliasson in designing what has become one of the most popular contemporary art attractions in Britain.

Weiwei to take over Turbine Hall (BBC News)
Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is chosen to undertake the 11th commission in Tate's Unilever Series.

Artist who helped create Bird's Nest Olympic stadium set for Tate Modern (Daily Telegraph)
Ai Weiwei, ''one of China's greatest living artists'', who helped create the spectacular Bird's Nest Olympic stadium, will take over Tate Modern's Turbine Hall this October.

Ai Weiwei to Undertake Next Commission in The Unilever Series (Art Daily)
A visitor stands behind the artwork 'Map of China' by Chinese artist Ai Weiwei, EPA/TOBIAS HASE. LONDON.- Tate and Unilever announced that the Chinese artist Ai Weiwei will undertake the eleventh commission in The Unilever Series for the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern (12 October 2010 – 25 April 2011). He will be the first artist living and working in the Asia-Pacific region to be commissioned for ...

Sotheby's Hong Kong to Hold Contemporary Asian Art Spring Sale in April (Art Daily)
Cai Guo-qiang’s A Certain Lunar-Eclipse - Project for Humankind No. 2 (in 7 panels) Est. HK$9-15 million / US$1.16-1.94 million. Photo: Sotheby's. HONG KONG.-

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Wu Guanzhong is a contemporary Chinese painter. He has captured in his art a portrait of Chinese architecture, plants, animals, people, landscapes and scenic waters in a style reminiscent of the impressionist painters of the early 1900s. He is also a writer on contemporary Chinese art.

Dam a marvel or mess? Artists offer subtleties (The News & Observer)
Three Gorges Dam in China, spanning the Yangtze River , is an engineering marvel. Mostly completed by the end of 2008, it is the largest electricity-generating plant in the world, praised for its ability to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.

Pulling the past into the future (Toronto Star)
Sometimes history is made to be remade. Peggy Kouroumalos and Xiao Guo Hiu are thoroughly contemporary artists who make it their business to channel the Old Masters in parallel shows at the Christopher Cutts Gallery.

Putting Shanghai in focus (China Daily)
Few people could get away with casually dropping into the conversation that Deng Xiaoping was a "very charming guy", as though the former Chinese leader was someone who used to regularly pop round for tea.

New Work from Contemporary Chinese Artists Lu Chunsheng and Jia Aili at Iniva (Art Daily)
Jia Aili, Untitled 2007 - 2008, oil on canvas, © the artist, Courtesy of DSL collection. LONDON.- Iniva presents new work by two contemporary Chinese artists at Rivington Place, with the European premiere of a film by Lu Chunsheng who showed in the Serpentine Gallery's exhibition of contemporary Chinese art at Battersea Power Station.

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