Leaving Chang’an: Establishing Contemporary Art Spaces in the Ancient Capital
Volume 11, Number 6, November/December 2012
by Yang Wang
While Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, and Shenzhen represent the most vital centres for contemporary art in mainland China, Yang Wang offers an overview of the art scene in
Xi’an, China’s ancient capital city, and the new
opportunities for contemporary art that are
establishing themselves as the city expands.
Yang Wang, art spaces, Chang'an, Dan Qing Xuan, Min Le Yuan Cultural District, Xi'an Art Museum, LKJ Gallery, Banpo International Art Zone, 18 Degree Gray Art Gallery
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