New Faces, New Works: China Contemporary Art
Chinese contemporary art is rapidly developing in diverse, complex directions. Talented new artists and hotspots for collection and investment are emerging on a daily basis. For the collector, the hobbyist, and artists around the world, an authoritative, accurate and up-to-date yearbook of emerging trends in Chinese contemporary art can be a valuable tool for grasping the dynamics of this complex scene. Zhao Li, a leading scholar of the movement, brings together critics, curators, media professionals, and art professionals from around the world to nominate and select the most important events, phenomena, artists and artworks emerging in 2010 and 2011. The results have been compiled into three sections of the book: “Chronology,” “New works from old faces,” and “Different works from new faces.” This book will give readers a firm grasp of developments in Chinese contemporary art and provide them with solid recommendations for collection and investment in this field.
Published by CYPI Press
284 pages, Hardcover
9″ x 11 3/4″