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China Power Station
PART III
Julia Peyton-Jones + Hans Ulrich Obrist + Gunnar B. Kvaran + Valerio D’Alimonte, June 2, 2008
Huang Yong Ping_Amerigo Verpucci
Huang Yong Ping_Amerigo Verpucci
 
In China, the social, political and economic conditions have undergone some drastic transformations since the 1980s. Before this date, the country had endured a long period of cultural and artistic isolation. Unlike their precursors who often began their careers in Europe and the United States, most of the artists from the new generation decided to remain and live in China. In general, they have been able to enjoy an artistic education combining history from western and eastern art, as well as the freedom to travel, which has enabled them to develop relationships and exchanges at an international level. The fact that these young artists have stayed to live in China means that they witness and partake in the profound changes that the country is presently going through.

Chen Shaoxing_Ink Diary
Chen Shaoxing_Ink Diary
 
Chen Quilin, numéro 3_Fulu_China
Chen Quilin, numéro 3_Fulu_China
 
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