The Traditional and the Contemporary— Musings About Art and Philosophy: A Conversation with Liang Kegang
Volume 14, Number 6, November/December 2015
by Alice Schmatzberger
Alice Schmatzberger's conversation with Liang Kegang, an artist who has taken on curatorial projects, and has embarked on a search to explore how contemporary art from China can develop new aesthetic qualities as well as new forms of expression—and thus become recognizable as an art that is both contemporary and distinctively Chinese.
Alice Schmatzberger, Liang Kegang, Confronting Anitya, 55th Venice Biennale, Mortgage Slave, Air in Provence, France, Handcuffs, curating
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