TOC Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art Vol 7, Issue 1

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Intellect is thrilled to announce that Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art 7.1 is now available! 

 

Special Issue: ‘Biennials, Triennials in China’

 

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Aims & Scope

 

The Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art seeks to explore the relationship between contemporary art and Chinese cultural identity in its broadest sense. This peer-reviewed journal provides a forum for critical debate into Zhongguo dangdai yishu, the ‘avant-garde', experimental and museum-based visual art produced as part of the liberalization of culture that has taken place within mainland China since 1978. It also explores works produced by artists of non-Chinese ethnicity who live and work within Chinese contexts or whose work has a strong relationship to Chinese culture, society and history.

 

Issue 7.1

 

Editorial

 

Biennials, triennials in China

JIANG JIEHONG

 

Articles

 

Curating climate change: The Taipei Biennial as an environmental problem solver

JENIFER CHAO AND PANOS KOMPATSIARIS

 

An unfinished task: Viewing the legitimization of contemporary Chinese art from the Third Shanghai Biennale

WU MO

 

The path of reflection into the world: Voices from the Guangzhou Triennial (2002–08)

HU BIN

 

One biennale, two systems: On the Shenzhen–Hong Kong Bi-City Biennale of Urbanism\Architecture

LUO XIANMEI

 

Guangzhou Airport Biennale: Competition and confrontation in villagers-led participation

YU SHENGLAN

 

Conversations

 

Always uncooperative: The politics of curation of biennales and triennials in China

FENG BOYI AND YU SHENGLAN

 

Wang Huangsheng: On the Guangzhou Triennial and CAFAM Biennial

LINZHI ZHANG AND WANG HUANGSHENG