We continue the fifth session in the series Survey of Art in China. Through a systematic study, we will explore the socio-economic context in which the content of traditional Chinese painting took a shift toward modernism. This pivotal transition occurred none other than in our very own city of Shanghai. Through this museum talk, Julie Chun (MA, Art History) will highlight the critical features that came to define “modern art” in China and discuss the prominent artists who were responsible for transforming the visual culture of Shanghai.
Thursday, February 16
1:45pm registration, 2:00pm to 4:00pm
205 Shang Nan Lu, near Guozhan Lu
(metro line 8 to China Art Museum, exit 3)
RMB 150 (includes museum entrance fee)
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org by February 13, under subject type “Shifting Forces” and include your membership number and mobile phone number. SEA cancellation policy applies after February 13. SEA coordinator is Anita Laurila, mobile: 156-0185-1467.