Guggenheim Museum’s Asian Art Council: Universalism, Cosmopolitanism, Glocalism, or Something Else? How is Value Constructed, Denoted, and Safeguarded in Contemporary Art?
Volume 9, Number 2, March/April 2010
by Alexandra Munroe, Hongnam Kim, David Elliott, Jack Persekian
This Guggenheim's panel discussion focuses on value—a much underdiscussed idea within contemporary art—from its aesthetic, artistic, and market perspectives. While the presenters did not always address contemporary Chinese art directly, many of the issues raised affect various regions throughout Asia and are relevant within the evolution of contemporary art in China, importantly placing it in dialogue with cultures other than the West.
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