Art and China after 1989Art and China after 1989
by Alexandra Munroe, Philip Tinari, Hou Hanru
Twenty years of experimental art from a globalized ChinaPublished on the occasion of the largest exhibition of contemporary art from China ever mounted in North America, organized by the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Art and China after 1989: Theater of the World explores recent experimental art from 1989 to 2008, arguably the most transformative p ...
Number of pages: 324 | Publication Date: 2017-11-21 | ISBN-13: 9780892075287

Warhol in ChinaWarhol in China
by Michael Frahm, Tony Godfrey
Andy Warhol (1928-1987) flew to Beijing (via Hong Kong) in 1982, recording his impressions in brief journal entries while also photographing with his typical fanatical diligence. He encountered a capital virtually untainted by advertising and commerce, but nonetheless on the verge of an enormous transition. Following Mao's death in 1976, an art sce ...
Number of pages: 312 | Publication Date: 2014-02-28 | ISBN-13: 9783775736626

Ai WeiweiAi Weiwei
by Ai Weiwei, Gregg Moore, Richard Torchia
You get the idea early on, with photos of Chinese-born, New York-based artist Ai Weiwei dropping a 2000-year old Han Dynasty urn. Oops. No, that's the point. This exhibition catalog/monograph from Ai's first solo exhibition outside New York gives a comprehensive picture of this unconventional artist's approach to the undoing of assumptions about ra ...
Number of pages: 125 | Publication Date: 2010-12-10 | ISBN-13: 9789881736772

Jia AiliJia Aili
Whether reflecting on China’s inauguration of the atomic bomb or the first satellites launched in 1970, the oil paintings of Chinese artist Jia Aili (born 1979) address the dramatic transformation of Chinese society over the past 50 years. This monograph documents Aili’s exhibitions of the past decade and explores her sources of inspiration. ...
Number of pages: 220 | Publication Date: 2017-07-25 | ISBN-13: 9783775741255

Liu YeLiu Ye
by Paul Moorhouse, Philip Tinari, Zhu Zhu
Inspired by his father, a children's book author, Beijing-based artist Liu Ye's (born 1964) paintings are reminiscent of cartoons and illustrations in children's books. This first catalogue raisonné featuring Ye's sensitive, small-format works provides an overview of his creative output during 1991–2013. ...
Number of pages: 400 | Publication Date: 2015-11-24 | ISBN-13: 9783775739221

Robert RauschenbergRobert Rauschenberg
Robert Rauschenberg (1925–2008) shot over 50 rolls of film during his first trip to Beijing in 1982, using the footage to create two major late works, documented here: "Study for Chinese Summerhall" (1983) and "The 1/4 Mile" (1981–98). ...
Number of pages: 200 | Publication Date: 2019-04-23 | ISBN-13: 9783863359843

Wang GuangleWang Guangle
by Thomas Berhuis, Philip Tinari
Chinese artist Wang Guangle (born 1976) creates paintings that convey a radiant spirituality through a balance of elements. Two recent series are Terrazzo, based on meticulously rendered floors, and Coffin Paint, inspired by the tradition of buying one's own casket and lacquering it. ...
Number of pages: 172 | Publication Date: 2015-05-26 | ISBN-13: 9783775738255

David DiaoDavid Diao
Philip Tinari
Tracing a remarkably varied career, this monograph on the painter David Diao follows his stylistic evolution—from abstraction to genre-defying and candid self-exploration. This book accompanies the first full-scale retrospective of David Diao’s entire oeuvre. It is a career of twists and turns—Diao’s work was originally influenced by the Ne ...
Number of pages: 400 | Publication Date: 2018-11-12 | ISBN-13: 9783791356174

Artists in ChinaArtists in China
Philip Tinari
The contemporary art scene in China has exploded in the past few years. Art districts have formed in marginal neighborhoods in Beijing and Shanghai and become crowded with artists, galleries, museums, and art spaces forming a cultural milieu not seen before in China. This artistic resurgence has even reached the smaller cities of Yangjiang and Guan ...
Number of pages: 448 | Publication Date: 2011-12-01 | ISBN-13: 9781905216383

Michael ChowMichael Chow
by Philip Tinari, Jeffrey Deitch, Christina Yu Yu, Liu Housheng, Christopher Leighton, Shan Yuejin, Philippe Garner
Michael Chow, born Zhou Yinghua in Shanghai in 1939, was abruptly uprooted to England at the age of 13, where he lost his family and name. Voice for My Father illuminates Chow's long journey, celebrating both father--Beijing opera star Zhou Xinfang--and son, the artist and legendary restaurateur, who has recently made a triumphant return to paintin ...
Number of pages: 354 | Publication Date: 2015-06-28 | ISBN-13: 9789881622365

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