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August 22, 2006

Introducing Chinese Art

Just when I thought the Cultural Revolution had killed all forms of art in China, big or small, I ran into the busy populace of the re–emerging generation of modern Chinese artists whose works are undeservingly overlooked. Here are some websites where those truly significant (to my mind) works are displayed:

Amelie Art Gallery for Chinese contemporary, neoclassical and folk art

Red Gate Gallery for innovative, westernized Chinese art

Beijing Tokyo Art Projects for a mixture of Japanese and Chinese modern artworks, including architecture


Courtyard Gallery for contemporary Chinese photography

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