Art in turmoil : the Chinese Cultural Revolution, 1966-76
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The panel discussions feature people who witnessed the Cultural Revolution first-hand, lending both a personal and academic perspective. Admission is free to all films, lectures, panel discussions, book talk and poser exhibit. E-mail Janet Howard for any comments regarding this webpage. Used book in good condition. Shows typical wear.
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Be the first to write a review About this product. About this product Product Information Years after China's tumultuous Cultural Revolution, this book revisits the visual and performing arts of the period - the paintings, propaganda posters, political cartoons, sculpture, folk arts, private sketchbooks, opera, and ballet. It examines what these vibrant, militant, often gaudy images meant to artists, their patrons, and their audiences.
Additional Product Features Dewey Edition. In this national convulsion the arts played a strikingly large role, a process described with great care in Art in Turmoil. The recent flood of publications on China's contemporary art scene make this book on the immediately preceding period necessary reading because of the polar opposite forces that brought the two periods into play Moreover, present-day artistic producers and their works, as well as society at large, continue to be influenced by them.
It aimed to retrace the historical Long March—the 6,mile retreat of China's Red Army from Kuomintang forces led by Chiang Kai-shek , which took place between and —and included performances and displays at 12 sites along the route.leondumoulin.nl/language/creatures/9872-laparoscopic-surgery-of.php
Art and China's Revolution
The Long March Project continues today as a Beijing-based art collective that explores revolutionary memory and historical consciousness. In this section photographs, documents, and objects from the project are shown. Additional support has been provided by The W.
Related Programs Asia Society will present extensive public programming in conjunction with the exhibition to provide additional context and share first-hand personal experiences, including a curator's talk with Zheng Shengtian, Thursday October 2 at pm; a discussion between the author and prize-winning documentary filmmaker Xiaolu Guo and the writer and critic Ian Buruma on the legacy of the Cultural Revolution on contemporary China, Tuesday, October 14 at pm.
A film series on successive Fridays in September 12, 19, and 26, features The Morning Sun, a documentary combining rarely-seen newsreel footage, propaganda films, and first-person accounts by former Red Guards and their victims; Yang Ban Xi—Eight Model Works, depicting plays created under the leadership of Mao's wife Jiang Qing to glorify peasants, soldiers, and the Party; and an award-winning documentary, Children of the Revolution, reuniting classical musicians who studied at Beijing's Central Conservatory of Music who recall their experiences forming Red Guard units and criticizing their teachers during the Cultural Revolution.
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Art in Turmoil - Hong Kong University Press
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The Cultural Revolution: all you need to know about China's political convulsion
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