21 October 2006 - 28 January 2007
Asian Gallery, Ground Level
This exhibition reveals the very distinct journey Chinese printmaking has made from the 1930s to today. Comprising of around 70 prints by nearly 40 artists, drawn from the collections of the Art Gallery of NSW and Sydney University, the exhibition will provide an intriguing insight into Chinese cultural history: from the politicized voice of the collective mass ('WE') during socially and politically turbulent times, to the rediscovery and expression of the self ('ME') in the post-cultural revolution era.
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5.30pm - 6pm
In the exhibition
An introduction to the exhibition
Modern Chinese Prints: from 'We' to 'Me'
by Dr Liu Yang, curator, Chinese art.
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