15 July – 30 September 2011. Original music by Zhaohong Liang from the School of Chinese Music and Arts. Used by permission.
Sydney’s amazing White Rabbit Contemporary Chinese Art Collection is dedicated to works of art created after 2000, and is one of the most significant collections of contemporary Chinese art in the world.
In 2011, the Year of the Rabbit, the Samstag Museum is delighted to present a major exhibition of selected works from the White Rabbit Collection, for the Adelaide Festival Centre’s 2011 OzAsia Festival.
The White Rabbit exhibition provides an exciting window to the diversity and power of contemporary art practice in China, showcasing works in very different media — painting, sculpture, animation, new media and installation — by artists Yan Baishen, Sun Furong, Bu Hua, Shi Jindian, Wu Junyong, Huang Keyi /Chen Zhuo, Shen Liang, Zhou Xiaohu, Cang Xin, Bai Yiluo, Dong Yuan and Wang Zhiyuan.
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China’s wealthy elite have for many years ndeveloped a taste for Western food, wine and culture.
And demand for re-creations of classical European works of art has been steadily rising.
But for the workers painting the fakes, it’s all about bringing industrial efficiency to their art.
Al Jazeera’s Harry Fawcett reports from Dafen in southern China.
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His name is ‘Grand’! There was more video but the camera quit suddenly and the last part got lost. You can find him on Hollywood Road (next to Angela Li Contemporary Art) close to Sheung Wan where he sells his Chinese ink paintings on rice paper for only $500 HKD-about $60 USD. Thanks for watching!
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Kim Cook, Assistant Registrar, talks about what it takes to install a loan exhibition at the museum as we are one week from the opening of the first retrospective in the West dedicated to the artist famed for revolutionizing Chinese painting. Produced by Kesha Williams.
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City is home to the finest collection of Chinese masterpieces of any museum outside of China. Produced for Public Television by Great Museums TV.
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Chinese Contemporary art is hot. Recent international auctions have far exceeded expectations with one painting recently setting a new record for a contemporary Chinese Artist. Among today’s most prominent Chinese artists is Yue Minjun, whose signature laughing self-portrait has earned accolades from critics around the world. For producer Joseph Mok, Elaine Lu has more
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