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Étiqueté : China
Maps show historical continuity. Here is a map of high speed railways in China as of 2011 (red lines) displayed on top of Ming dynasty courier stops (blue dots). Certainly there are interesting differences, but the overlap between the two transportation networks separated by several centuries is all the more striking.
A review of Building a History of Experimental Photography of Ruins in Chinese Demolition, by Xavier Ortells-Nicolau.
Book published in September 2014. Topics include Qing court ritual, rebellion and war, urban/rural relations, art and architecture, sports, the Chinese diaspora, state politics, film propaganda and censorship, youth in the Cultural Revolution, environmentalism, and Internet culture.
In March 2014 Victoria Knobloch traveled to the Chinese provinces around Guilin in the south of the country.
In the nineteenth century, British people living abroad were accustomed to dressing up.
The numerous ‘iGeneration’ productions and practices examined in this volume include 3D and IMAX films, experimental documentaries, animation, visual aides-mémoires, and works of pirated pastiche.
Since the mid 1990s, a number of Chinese artists have incorporated the visual vocabulary of Chinese opera into new art forms. This concise exhibition reveals the continued relevance of opera, both within contemporary Chinese society and within the experimental work of individual artists.
Brush and Shutter: Early Photography in China explores the introduction of photography to China and the cultural shifts that heralded the technology’s arrival.