Super-sized Exhibitions, Throwing Away Money Like Dirt, and Digital Fireworks: Anticipatory Manufacturing and Extravagant Displays of Symbolic Representations of the Rise of China
Volume 10, Number 6, November/December 2011
by Zhu Qi
Zhu Qi provides an unapologetic critique that suggests China, and in turn its contemporary art, is potentially gambling away its integrity through the promotion of spectacles in order to establish a position as a major economic and cultural player on the international stage.
Super-sized exhibitions, spectacle, Zhu Qi, representation of China
For other payment options, please email us at email@example.com or call +1.604.649.8187.