Tag: Regional Political Context

An Essay for Red Art – Propaganda Posters from the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976)

Jennifer Dorothy Lee August 2016 Red Art—Propaganda Posters from the Cultural Revolution (1966-1976), an exhibition cosponsored by the Research House for Asian Art and the Co-Prosperity Sphere in Chicago, IL, arrives on the fiftieth anniversary of the Great Proletarian Cultural

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Art in the Regional Political Context: Exhibition and Criticism

Wang, Nanmin Quite a few people ask me what my criteria are to curate art exhibitions, as in the past I was an art critic and now I am a curator. In fact, the exhibitions I’ve curated have sent out

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