Tate Modern - Gender in Chinese Contemporary Art

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This international symposium explored the role that gender has played in the development of Chinese contemporary art.

Co-organised by Tate Research Centre: Asia and Central Academy of Fine Arts China, the symposium was split into two sessions. The first gave a critical overview of the subject, including a paper by Monica Merlin that provided a history of contemporary art by women in China, a paper by Ros Holmes that took up the new condition of artistic creation and distribution through digital and mediated spaces, and a panel discussion moderated by Wenny Teo. The second session focussed on individual practices, with artist presentations from Nabuqi, Ma Qiusha and Ye Funa followed by a discussion moderated by Song Xiaoxia.
22 Feb 2018

Event (Conference)

TitleGender in Chinese Contemporary Art
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LocationTate Modern
CountryUnited Kingdom