Yishu - Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art
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Summer/August 2002
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Volume 1, Number 2, Summer/August 2002

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Traveling Artists, Traveling Art, Ethnographic Luggage
by Sasha S. Welland
p. 4
System and Style in the Practice of Chinese Contemporary Art: the Disappearing Exterior?
by John Clark
p. 13
From Iconoclasm to Neo-Iconolatry: Taiwan’s Contemporary Art in the Post-Martial Law Era
by Chia Chi Jason Wang
p. 34
From Street Art to Exhibition Art: The Art of the Red Guard During the Cultural Revolution
by Wang Mingxian
p. 43
Political Inspiration in Art Production: Three Oil Paintings Depicting Mao Zedong During the Cultural Revolution
by Yan Shanchen
p. 51
Brushes are Weapons: Art Schools and Artists During the Cultural Revolution
by Zheng Shengtian
p. 59
Zaofan Youli/Revolt is Reasonable: Remanifestations of the Cultural Revolution in Chinese Contemporary Art of the 1980s and 1990s
by Martina Köppel-Yang
p. 66
For Reference Only: Restricted Publication and Distribution of Foreign Literature During the Cultural Revolution
by Kong Shuyu
p. 76
Variations of Ink: A Dialogue with Zhang Yanyuan
by Wu Hung
p. 86
Event City and Pandora’s Box: Curatorial Notes on the 2002 Gwangju Biennale
by Hou Hanru
p. 91
Identity Politics? Allegorical Existence? On the Way to the Fantastic
by Elsa Hsiang-chun Chen
p. 93