This exhibition addresses China's absence in written histories of Modernism, examining for the first time the country's extraordinary architectural development during the early 20th century. This timely exhibition, given the parallels of rapid development that the country is currently undergoing, investigates the role of Modernism, interpreted through distinctive geographical, cultural, historical and political circumstances, in shaping China's architectural and urban landscapes.
The exhibition coincides with the publication of the book 'Modernism in China' (Wiley, June 2008). Both exhibition and book are co-curated and co-au
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