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Art And China S Revolution

Author : Melissa Chiu
ISBN : UCSD:31822037099132
Genre : Art
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Takes an in-depth look at the period between the 1950s and 1970s, focusing on the formation of a new visual culture and how it was given priority over artistic traditions such as ink painting. This was part of a broader national program to modernize China, and it had a great impact on artists and their work.
Category: Art

Art In Turmoil

Author : Richard King
ISBN : 9780774815420
Genre : Art
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Chapters by scholars of Chinese history and art and by artists whose careers were shaped by the Cultural Revolution decode the rhetoric of China's turbulent decade. The many illustrations in the book, some familiar and some never seen before, also offer new insights into works that have transcended their times."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: Art

Art And Ideology In Revolutionary China

Author : David Holm
ISBN : STANFORD:36105041130399
Genre : Political Science
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Studies on Contemporary China This series is edited at the Contemporary China Institute at the School of Oriental and African Studies in London, which is currently Britain's leading centre for Chinese studies. They hope to make the series one of the foremost collections of work on twentieth-century China in the world. Thebooks, by scholars worldwide, are selected for the series by an editorial board. They embrace a wide variety of topics, including economic development, politics and ideology, literature and art, and diplomatic international relations. This book is a pioneering study of the origins of the Chinese Communist Party's cultural policy and the development of the Chinese model of cultural modernization. It traces the development of Marxist literary theory in China and its application to the problems of propagandizing a mass audience ofilliterate peasants. The author looks in particular at the transformation of the folk dance and folk play in the Party's base areas during the 1940s. During this period, the CCP launched a series of mass campaigns in the arts designed to bring the benefits of the new culture to the peasantry, and to weld society in the base areas of North China into a cohesive political force. A key feature of these artistic movements was the way in which theParty sought to transform the traditional performing arts. While only partly successful artistically, these developments contributed to the Communists' propaganda victory in the Civil War and paved the way for their nationwide drive for cultural popularization after 1949. This is the first book-length study to investigate these crucial developments in depth. The author marshals an impressive array of contemporary sources and later reminiscences to investigate the link between policy formation and artistic practice.
Category: Political Science

Burden Or Legacy

Author : Jiehong Jiang
ISBN : 9622098703
Genre : History
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Focusing on the impact of the Cultural Revolution on the development of contemporary art in China, this anthology of essays and images present fresh and critical perspectives on how one of the most disturbing periods of modern Chinese history has affected the creativity of contemporary Chinese artists.
Category: History

Art And Artists Of Twentieth Century China

Author : Michael Sullivan
ISBN : 9780520075566
Genre : Art
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"Sullivan presents a wealth of material that has never before appeared in a Western language. I expect it will be the standard book on twentieth-century Chinese art for the foreseeable future."--Julia F. Andrews, author of "Painters and Politics in the People's Republic of China" "A most sympathetic and useful guide to twentieth-century Chinese art. Long the leading scholar on the subject, Professor Sullivan has presented a lucid account of a most dramatic chapter in Chinese art in a complex interplay of aesthetics, politics, cultural, and social history."--Wen C. Fong, Princeton University "So much of China's art in the twentieth century has to do with artistic (and political) ideas from the West that is is appropriate that one of its first comprehensive histories should be written by a Western scholar--especially one who has known personally many of China's leading artistic figures of the last fifty years. Not only does Professor Sullivan tell the complex story of twentieth century China art with lucidity and style, his learned text is also illuminated with witty anecdotes and incisive observations that can only come from an indsider."--Johnson Chang (Chang Tson-zung), Director, Hanart Tz Gallery, Hong Kong
Category: Art

Art Global Maoism And The Chinese Cultural Revolution

Author : Jacopo Galimberti
ISBN : 1526117460
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This lively anthology explores the impact of the art, images and ideas associated with Maoism on artistic practices around the world from 1945 to the present. It establishes that the chameleonic appearances of global Maoism deserve a more prominent place in the study of art history.
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The Art Of Modern China

Author : Julia F. Andrews
ISBN : 9780520238145
Genre : Art
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“The Art of Modern China is a long-awaited, much-needed survey. The authors’ combined experience in this field is exceptional. In addition to presenting key arguments for students and arts professionals, Andrews and Shen enliven modern Chinese art for all readers. The Art of Modern China gives just treatment to an expanded field of overlooked artworks that confront the challenges of modernization.”—De-nin Deanna Lee, author of The Night Banquet: A Chinese Scroll through Time.
Category: Art

Chinese Posters

Author : Lincoln Cushing
ISBN : 0811859460
Genre : Art
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Introduction -- People, poverty, politics, and posters -- Nature and transformation -- Production and mechanization -- Women hold up half the sky -- Serve the people -- Solidarity -- Politics in command -- After the cultural revolution.
Category: Art

Re Envisioning The Chinese Revolution

Author : Ching Kwan Lee
ISBN : 0804758530
Genre : History
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A comprehensive study of contemporary memories of China's revolutionary epoch, from the time of Japanese imperialism through the Cultural Revolution. This volume examines the memories of a range of social groups, including disenfranchised workers and rural women, who have often been neglected in scholarship.
Category: History

The Revolution Continues

Author : Saatchi Gallery
ISBN : PSU:000064197395
Genre : Architecture
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China has emerged as the next frontier for contemporary art. Chinese artists, such as Zhang Xiaogang, Yue Minjun, Wang Guangyi, and Shen Shaomin, are producing some of today’s most provocative new work. With China set to host the world at the 2008 Beijing Olympics and the 2010 Shanghai World’s Fair, enthusiasm for recent Chinese art continues to grow. This volume fills an important gap and provides badly needed context for the collector or connoisseur. Charles Saatchi, one of the savviest figures in the contemporary art scene, has built an unparalleled collection of new Chinese art which is presented here in glorious color reproduction on the eve of the opening of the new Saatchi Gallery in London’s Chelsea. Not only is this the seminal book on the subject, it is the first book to bring contemporary Chinese art into focus.
Category: Architecture

Painting The Chinese Dream

Author : Joan Lebold Cohen
ISBN : STANFORD:36105032011210
Genre : Art, Chinese
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Category: Art, Chinese

Red

Author : Jiehong Jiang
ISBN : 0224087819
Genre : Art
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No destruction, no construction - The red sun - The red sea - The red art - The art of China's Cultural Revolution.
Category: Art

Chinese Art In An Age Of Revolution

Author : Anita Chung
ISBN : 0300169744
Genre : Art
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Published on the occasion of an exhibition held at the Cleveland Museum of Art, Oct. 16, 2011-Jan. 8, 2012 and at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, N.Y., Jan. 30-Apr. 29, 2012.
Category: Art

China During The Cultural Revolution 1966 1976

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ISBN : 0313309051
Genre : History
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Provides a useful overview of literature on the Chinese Cultural Revolution, including a broad range of topics from the military, education, and religion to economics, foreign relations, and the arts.
Category: History

The Artist S Revolution

Author : Christine Ege
ISBN : OCLC:1176320740
Genre : Art, Chinese
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Category: Art, Chinese

Painters And Politics In The People S Republic Of China 1949 1979

Author : Julia Frances Andrews
ISBN : 0520079817
Genre : Art
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"That Julia Andrews has reached sources that are so sensitive and difficult with such success is remarkable. The book is unquestionably a brilliant job, well-written, understandable, and of enormous scholarly value."--Joan Lebold Cohen, author of The New Chinese Painting
Category: Art

Picturing Power In The People S Republic Of China

Author : Harriet Evans
ISBN : 0847695115
Genre : Social Science
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Provides an innovative reinterpretation of the cultural revolution through the medium of the poster -- a major component of popular print culture in China.
Category: Social Science

Art Of The Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution 1966 1976

Author : Scott Watson
ISBN : UOM:39015062620169
Genre : Design
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During Chairman Mao's Great Cultural Revolution, posters and pamphlets served two purposes: satisfying the political agenda and supplying artists with an avenue to work. This catalog documents a brilliant exhibition, co-curated by the Power Plant and the Belkin Art Gallery, on Chinese Communist propaganda as art, creating an almost nostalgic record of these powerful, iconic images. With English translations of each reproduction. Essays by co-curators Scott Watson and Shengtian Zheng.
Category: Design