Europe: Land of the Setting Sun? (Contemporary Chinese Art and Europe)

24 Mar 2007

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Cost of entry

£10/5conc - call 020 7985 9600

Louise T Blouin Institute

London, United Kingdom


Travel Information

  • 295 - along St Ann's Villas, 31, 23, 49, 94, 148 - all pass along Holland Park Avenue (10 minute walk)
  • Latimer Road (3 minute walk), Holland Park (10 minute walk), Shepherds Bush (10 minute walk)

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Is Beijing the new Venice?: A one off discussion between the curators of The Real Thing - Tate Liverpool's forthcoming exhibition of contemporary Chinese art - and the curators of China Power Station, in the company of two pioneering scholars. The speake


SPEAKERS: Hans Ulrich Obrist (Co-Director of Exhibitions and Programmes and Director of International Projects at the Serpentine Galley) Julia Peyton-Jones OBE (Director of the Serpentine Gallery and Co-Director of Exhibitions & Programmes) Simon Groom (Head of Exhibitions, Tate Liverpool, and curator of The Real Thing) Dr Katie Hill (Research Fellow in Modern Chinese Visual Culture, Centre for the Study of Democracy, University of Westminster) Karen Smith (Beijing-based critic, art-consultant and author of Nine Lives: The Birth of Avant-Garde Art in New China, 2006). Chair: Nadim Samman (Courtauld Institute of Art and London Festival of Europe Organizing Committee)


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