Image above, Bu Hua, AD3012-8,2012, giclee print image courtesy the artist
Teaching Chinese Art is your portal to interviews, articles, reviews and links to connect you with the world of contemporary art in China - and to my blog and Visual Arts education resources.
Half the Sky: Conversations with Women Artists in China
available now from Piper Press and good bookstores.
The dynamic artistic centres of China are producing some of the most interesting and compelling contemporary art of our time. But there are fascinating stories as yet insufficiently told: the stories of women artists. It was Chairman Mao who said, ‘Women hold up half the sky.’ This book reveals the work and lives of thirty-two artists who are doing just that.
Don't miss 'Ritual Spirit' at White Rabbit Gallery, between now and end January 2018
A fabulous resource for art teachers and students - Ocula - is especially useful for their interviews with artists. Click HERE to read their conversation with important painter, Liu Xiaodong.