08:00 to 09:59
Level 1, 151 Castlereagh Street, Sydney, NSW, Australia
China Cultural Centre is honored to present you the free talk “The Trends and Concepts of Chinese Contemporary Art since the 1980s” by Professor Zhao Li.
The environment of China’s artistic creation, mainly in terms of social, economic and cultural backgrounds, has witnessed vicissitudes in the past three decades. Due to rapid social and economic development since the beginning of the 21st century, “change” has become the most prominent feature of Chinese society, exerting an in-depth influence on Chinese art and culture. China’s contemporary art has evolved from learning from the west to independent breeding thanks to the challenges it has weathered.
About Professor Zhao Li
Professor Zhao Li obtained his bachelor degree in Art History from the Central Academy of Fine Arts (CAFA) in 1989. He obtained his PhD in Arts in 1998 and since then, Zhao has worked as the Deputy Director of the Art History Department and the Vice President of the College of Humanities at CAFA.
Zhao’s works focus on art history, theory, Chinese calligraphy and painting, contemporary art criticism and exhibition planning and promotion. Zhao has participated in numerous curating projects including the “China Pavilion for the International Architecture Exhibition of the Venice Biennale in 2009”, “Series Exhibitions of Chinese Fine Arts Founders in the 20th Century”, “Series Exhibitionsof Fine Arts Pioneers in New China”, “Global Art Collection Summit” and so on.
Time & Date: 6pm, Saturday 10 Jan 2015
Venue: Multi-functional Hall, China Cultural Centre, 151 Castlereagh Street, Sydney
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