HONG KONG — After the Tiananmen uprising and ensuring crackdown in 1989, the Chinese art world nosedived in a stark and different direction.
Memories of China: Yang Fudong’s Nostalgic Disillusionment
BERKELEY, Calif. — Yang Fudong is known to chronicle contemporary China’s affluent and disaffected urban youth in atmospheric works that evoke Shanghai cinema of the 1930s golden age.
Village Demolition and Absurdist Film: Yang Fudong’s China
OAKLAND, Calif. — That China is changing rapidly is a cliché wrapped in truth. It’s a cliché because it is uttered so frequently, but it is true because the details and nuances are often more staggering that the perception.