Permanent (R)evolution: Contemporaneity and the Historicization of Contemporary Chinese Art, Part Two
Volume 9, Number 3, May/June 2010
by Paul Gladston
The second part of Paul Gladston’s examination of contemporaneity and the specifics of its manifestation in the context of China. He offers a considered deliberation on the ideas of art historian and curator Gao Minglu’s analysis of the different trajectories that exist between an Eastern conception of modernism and a Western one.
Paul Gladston, contemporaneity, historicization, Gao Minglu, Eastern modernism, Western modernism, modernist abstraction, Clement Greenberg, postmodernist conceptualism
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