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Art and artists in China since 1949 / Ying Yi, Central Academy of Fine Arts, Beijing ; with an introduction by Xiaobing Tang, University of Michigan, Ann Arbor ; translated by Bridget Noetzel.

Author/creator Yi, Ying, 1953- author.
Other author/creatorTang, Xiaobing, 1964- writer of foreword.
Other author/creatorNoetzel, Bridget, translator.
Format Book and Print
Publication Info Cambridge, United Kingdom ; New York : Cambridge University Press, 2017.
Descriptionx, 362 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm.
Uniform titleCong ying xiong song ge dao ping fan shi jie. English
Series The Cambridge China library
Cambridge China library. ^A1121882
Contents Under a red sky -- A glimmer of hope in a new era -- Moving toward modern art -- On the threshold of a new century.
Abstract "In this lavishly illustrated study, the scholar and critic Yi Ying brings a distinctly Chinese perspective to the development of art and artists in China since 1949. These have been years of dramatic change for China, and the art of this period is therefore of historical, political and cultural interest, being first used to promote the revolutionary cause, later to question and criticise and, more recently, charting the changes in cultural and economic policy that have taken place since 1978. In the twenty-first century, Chinese art is diverse, distinctive, and highly prized in the global art market. Presented here in English translation for the first time, Yi's narrative opens up fresh questions about both the nature of contemporary art and the China of today"-- Provided by publisher.
General note"Originally published by China Renmin University Press as From Hero Lands to the Earthly World in 2004"--Verso title page.
Bibliography noteIncludes bibliographical references (pages 351-352) and index.
LCCN 2017041658
ISBN9781107024502 hardback
ISBN1107024501 hardback

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