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The wall : reshaping contemporary Chinese art = 墙 : 中国当代艺术的历史与边界 /
The wall : reshaping contemporary Chinese art = Qiang : Zhongguo dang dai yi shu de li shi yu bian jie

Author: 高名潞. Gao Minglu. ; Minglu Gao; Zhonghua shi ji tan yi shu guan.; Albright-Knox Art Gallery.; UB Art Galleries.
Publisher: Buffalo, N.Y. : Albright Knox Art Gallery : University at Buffalo Art Galleries ; Beijing : Millennium Art Museum, ©2005.
Edition/Format:   Book : Biography : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"The Wall: Reshaping Contemporary Chinese Art is came to Buffalo in October 2005. Organized by the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and the University at Buffalo Art Galleries in collaboration with the Millennium Art Museum, Beijing, The Wall was the largest exhibition of contemporary Chinese art to travel beyond China. It also marked the first collaboration between American art museums and a major Chinese art institution  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Exhibition catalogs
Exhibitions
Expositions
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Gao, Minglu.
Wall.
Buffalo, N.Y. : Albright Knox Art Gallery : University at Buffalo Art Galleries ; Beijing : Millennium Art Museum, c2005
(OCoLC)707164883
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: 高名潞. Gao Minglu. ; Minglu Gao; Zhonghua shi ji tan yi shu guan.; Albright-Knox Art Gallery.; UB Art Galleries.
ISBN: 1887457054 9781887457057
Language Note: In English and Chinese.
OCLC Number: 60557475
Notes: Catalog of an exhibition held at Millennium Art Museum, Beijing, China, July 22-Aug. 21, 2005 and concurrently at Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, N.Y., University at Buffalo, Anderson Gallery and University at Buffalo Art Gallery, Center for the Arts, Oct. 21, 2005-Jan. 29, 2006.
Description: 414 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 31 cm.
Contents: Cai Guoqiang --
Cao Fei --
Chen Qiulin --
Dai Guangyu --
Ding Fang --
Duan Jianyu --
Feng Mengbo --
Wenda Gu --
Kwok Ying --
He chengyao --
He Yunchang --
Hung Keung --
Huang Yongping --
Jia Zhangke --
Li Shan --
Li Zhanyang --
Liu Xiaodong --
Lu Hao --
Lu Shengzhong --
Ma Liuming --
Ou Ning --
Qin Yufen --
Shen Yuan --
Song Dong --
Song Haidong --
Song Yonghong --
So Man-Yee --
Su Xinping --
Wang Jianwei --
Wang Bing --
Wang Jin --
Wang Jinsong --
Wang Xingwei --
Wang Youshen --
Man Fungyi --
Wu Jian --
Wu Shanzhuan --
Danwen Xing --
Xu Bing --
Xu Hongming --
Yang Fudong --
Yin Xiuzhen --
Yu Hong --
Zhan Wang --
Zhang Dali --
Zhang Huan --
Zhang Peili --
Zhang Ming --
Zhao Bandi --
Zheng Lianjie.
Other Titles: Qiang : Zhongguo dang dai yi shu de li shi yu bian jie
Responsibility: Gao Minglu.

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"The Wall: Reshaping Contemporary Chinese Art is came to Buffalo in October 2005. Organized by the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and the University at Buffalo Art Galleries in collaboration with the Millennium Art Museum, Beijing, The Wall was the largest exhibition of contemporary Chinese art to travel beyond China. It also marked the first collaboration between American art museums and a major Chinese art institution focusing on contemporary Chinese art. Curated by Assistant Professor in the Department of Art History at the University of Buffalo and a leading authority on contemporary Chinese art Gao Minglu, The Wall addressed the work of more than fifty Chinese artists working in a variety of mediums. More traditional methods such as painting, sculpture, and works on paper were on view as well as work in more progressive mediums such as video, installation, performance, and film. Assistant Curator for Film and a current Ph.D. candidate at Yale University Huang Bingyi organized the film component of the exhibition. The Wall was an interdisciplinary cultural event that also included the publication of a bilingual catalogue, a film festival, educational programming, performance art, music, and dance programs."--Publisher's website.
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