22. 05. 2014

Oil and Water: Reinterpreting Ink exhibition

Written by: Adam Monohon Filling two galleries at the Museum of Chinese in America, Oil and Water: Reinterpreting Ink attempts to problematize the understanding of ink art by highlighting the diversity of approaches...

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17. 02. 2014

Chinese Ink Painting: Dialogue between Ancient Traditions and a New Generation of Artists

My article will focus on the contemporary significance of traditional Chinese ink and wash painting and the challenges facing the renewal of traditional materials and tools, form and content. In the context of...

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22. 12. 2013

Ink Tank

ONE MET. MANY WORLDS. The Met’s slogan is emblazoned across Fifth Avenue over banners that cover its façade and the now under-construction Koch Plaza. The phrase heralds the museum’s globalist vision, but in Chinese...

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