We continue the eighth and final session in the series “Survey of Art in China.” This session will be a concise sit-down lecture, exploring the socio-political conditions that paved the way for the rise of contemporary art in China. Julie Chun (MA, Art History) will provide a systematic format for explaining the art and the artists who came into prominence after the Cultural Revolution. This lecture will also highlight some of the pivotal reasons why many of the now renowned Chinese artists are recognized globally and why their works of art command soaring prices in the art market.
Friday, May 19
1:45pm Registration, 2pm-4pm
Korean Culture Council, Exhibition Hall 3/F
396 Caoxi Bei Lu, near Nandan Lu
RMB 100 (includes coffee or tea)
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by May 16, under subject type “Cultural Revolution” and include your membership number and mobile phone number. SEA cancellation policy applies after May 16. SEA coordinator is Beth Howder, mobile: 150-0017-4461.