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China Power Station
PART III
Julia Peyton-Jones + Hans Ulrich Obrist + Gunnar B. Kvaran + Valerio D’Alimonte, June 2, 2008
Wang Jian Wei_Flying Bird
Wang Jian Wei_Flying Bird
 
It shows a particular interest in the quest for modernity and a return to tradition while revealing a real sensitivity towards urban and environmental transformations. In this way, the artist Huang Yong Ping associates aspects of western modernity with the traditions of his country of birth, often ironically, in his works of art. The artist, Lu Chunsheng, talks of the industrial era and the story of communism through films and photographs. The exhibition China Power Station: Part III at Mudam Luxembourg concentrates on installations and videos, which have been developing in China since the end of the 1990s. Video is used more and more by this generation of Chinese artists because it works both as a way of recording reality and as a writing tool translating the desire of these artists to bring a subjective and critical view of the changes that China is undergoing today.

Wang Jian Wei_Flying Bird
Wang Jian Wei_Flying Bird
 
Xu Zhen_18 Days
Xu Zhen_18 Days
 
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