Big, Small, and Potential: Chinese Art in Spaces and Places
Volume 10, Number 1, January/February 2011
by Robin Peckham
Contemporary Chinese art eludes definition as a singular entity, and while Hong Kong and mainland China are now theoretically the same nation, they don’t share the same history. Robin Peckham
explores some of the complexities that exist between the two with respect to studio practices, scale, and space.
Robin Peckham, studio practice, space, Hong Kong art, mainland Chinese art
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