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GUANXI:CONTEMPORARY CHINESE ART
Curated by: Jiang Jiehong
32 Baiziwan Road
Pingod Community, Chaoyang District
100022 Beijing

China


October 10th, 2011 - October 23rd, 2011
Opening: 
October 9th, 2011 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
 
Chessboards, Xiao YuXiao Yu, Chessboards, 2011, ceramic
© Courtesy of the artist & Today Art Museum (TAM)
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The concept, guanxi, which is full of Chinese characteristics, has become a topic of great importance for international social research and cultural studies. In Chinese context, guanxi has become life itself. GUANXI:Contemporary Chinese Art gets rid of the tranditional historical narration of lineal approach, and reexamine the concept of China’s guanxi. It is a collection of guanxi both from imagination or reality, manifestation or memory, revealing and discussing the contemporariness of guanxi.
The exihibition will be held in Guangdong Museum of Art and Today Art Museum. The curator, Jiang Jiehong, curated the exhibition via emailing with the twelve participating artists, creating a new guanxi to explore, start and evaluate. As a bond between curating and art practices, email might enable the curator and artists to go above the exhibition and study critically the concept of guanxi in the context of sociology and visual culture; might display the relevant art projects to respond to guanxi ; or may reflect on the curating and art practices, including on emails as a means of communication. Thus, curating has been more effectively involved in the artist’s world, and artists could really contribute to curating. This practice is not only for holding the exhibition, but also for the works, and for stimulating and influencing art practices in a new way.


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