Zhong Biao and the “Grobal” Imagination
Volume 6, Number 4, December 2007
by Paul Manfredi
In light of the recent success of the Chinese art market, Paul Manfredi analyzes the aesthetic impact of these high economic stakes on the creative process by studying the work of Zhong Biao, a globally successful artist and professor of painting at the Sichuan Academy of Art.
Zhong Biao, aesthetic impact, market pressure, internal order, realism, global/local dichotomy, grobal, grobalism, hybridity, Passer-by, Coming Home, Paul Manfredi
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