Most Famous Contemporary Chinese Artists
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First, whereas the most famous overseas artists of the 1990s came out of the 1980s avantgarde movement, the most active domestic artists in the 1990s belonged to a younger generation. These two groups were therefore divided not only by geography and culture but also by a generation gap. Second, after emigrating abroad, overseas artists directly participated in international contemporary art, and they 25 Perhaps even more noteworthy.was the praise from a young Chinese style painter who had just returned from study in Japan. Writing in a journal sympathetic to new art and the Lingnan School in particular, Fu Baoshi attacked the sterility of contemporary Chinese painting still dominated by a stagnant literati tradition.26 He singled out five contemporary Chinese artists who might show the way in revolutionizing Chinese painting. Two of them were the most famous Westerntrained This matter is of increasing concern as young artists barely out of art school are drawn into the booming market for contemporary Chinese art before they have time to reflect on and develop their ideas and talents.39 At this moment, Chinese artists who previously chose exile are being.welcomed back into the Chinese arts community. For example, Xu Bing, one of the most famous, returned in 2008 as vicedirector at the Beijing Central Academy of Fine Arts. This turn signals a new He is also a human rights activist, and because of this, he has been arrested in China and put under surveillance (watched by the authorities). Meanwhile, he continues to make a wide variety of art, combining his belief in helping others with his love of art. His creations range from huge installations and architectural projects to small constructions, photographs, and videos. Ai was born in Beijing in 1957. His father, Ai Qing, was one of China's most important modern poets. At 21, Ai went Through the choice of artists the book covers,.moreover, the entire range of China's contemporary art: painting, performance, video, installation art and conceptual art. The initial choice of artists occurred, not because the author wanted to present those Chinese artists that were most famous in the West, but those who had the most staying power, whose independent spirit could not be repressed in spite of sometimes dire hardships. Engaging the author in a longstanding, personal and Lonely Planet, David Eimer, Trent Holden. Music festivals are catching on in a big way in China, despite the authorities' automatic suspicion of any largescale gathering of young people. In and around Běijīng, the Midi Music Festival and Strawberry are two of the best organised events and.showcase both local and international acts. One of the most famous and most talented contemporary Chinese artists is Ai Wei Wei. A former member of the 1980s Stars group of avantgarde artists, making a witty reference to the reformist leader Deng Xiaoping«s famous mantra ®cosmopolitan ̄. contemporary Chinese artists of his generation. The artist lived in the US from 1981 to 1993 and thus was not resident in China during the Chinese art scene. Arguably, his most significant contributions to the development of contemporary Chinese art in this tumultuous period were his founding, together with the Dutch curator Hans Van Dijk and Frank Uytterhaegen, of the In late 1986, he moved to Japan where he began to attract public attention.as the Chinese 'gunpowder artist', making abstract paintings by leaving traces of gunpowder on paper and canvas. In the first half of the 1990s, Cai had frequent solo pour l'Art Contemporain, Paris (2000). In 1999 he won the International Prize at the Venice Biennale with his work Venice RentCollection Courtyard, a literal remake of the most famous sculptural model canonized during the Cultural Revolution Accompanying this was the official sanction of art colonies where contemporary artists congregated, the two most famous being the 798 Art District and the Songzhuang Artist Village in Beijing, followed by an explosion of art colonies across the country. The process of officialization saw its full completion in 2009.with the establishment of the Contemporary Art Academy of China at the Chinese National Academy of Arts (Zhongguo yishu yanjiuyuan), the most prestigious national