Bentu – Chinese Artists in a Time of Turbulence and Transformation: Suzanne Pagé, Laurence Bossé, Philip Tinari, and Claire Staebler, eds.

  • Madeline Eschenburg History of Art and Architecture, University of Pittsburgh
Keywords: Bentu, Chinese Art, Contemporary Art, rural

Abstract

Review of Pagé, Suzanne, Laurence Bossé, Philip Tinari, and Claire Staebler, eds. Bentu - Chinese Artists in a Time of Turbulence and Transformation: Cao Fei, Hao Liang, Hu Xiangqian, Liu Chuang, Liu Shiyuan, Liu Wei, Liu Xiaodong, Qiu Zhijie, Tao Hui, Xu Qu, Xu Zhen, Yang Fudong, exh. cat. Paris: Fondation Louis Vuitton, 2016. Texts by Suzanne Pagé, Laurence Bossé, Philip Tinari, Pierre Haski, Lu Minjun, Nikita Yingqian Cai, Sun Dongdong, Claire Staebler, Venus Lau, Sasha Zhao, Robin Peckham, Jerome Sans, Liu Tian, Yang Zi, Zhang Xiyuan, Philip Tinari, and Aimee Lin. 179 pp., 83 color ills., Paperback €35 (978 0 300 22238 8)

Author Biography

Madeline Eschenburg, History of Art and Architecture, University of Pittsburgh

Madeline Eschenburg is a PhD candidate in the History of Art and Architecture department at the University of Pittsburgh. She researches Chinese contemporary art with a special focus on artistic engagement with marginalized communities since the 1990s. She splits her time between writing in Pittsburgh, PA, and researching in Beijing, China. She has published articles in Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art and Contemporaneity: Historical Presence in Visual Culture.

Published
2017-11-30
How to Cite
Eschenburg, M. (2017). Bentu – Chinese Artists in a Time of Turbulence and Transformation: Suzanne Pagé, Laurence Bossé, Philip Tinari, and Claire Staebler, eds. Contemporaneity: Historical Presence in Visual Culture, 6(1), 93-96. https://doi.org/10.5195/contemp.2017.228
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Reviews