The Galleries at CSU, located at 1307 Euclid Avenue on Playhouse Square, are pleased to present the second installment of the exhibition:
A TRADITION RE-INTERPRETED II: NEW WORK BY CHINESE ARTISTS
March 8 to April 20
This exhibition is curated by Professor Qian Li of Cleveland State University. The exhibition features recent works by contemporary Chinese artists who re-interpret the great traditions of Chinese art in their fascinating exploration of formal, stylistic and material aspects in the rapidly changing economic, social and cultural realities of China.
The exhibition presents a diverse selection of Chinese contemporary artists, working in various media such as Chinese traditional painting, photography, digital animations and site-specific installations. The works address an array of relevant themes including environmental issues, historical traditions, economic development, and life experiences. This exhibition is conceived to communicate the impact that contemporary art has on everyday life in China.
Contact The Galleries at CSU for more information.
The Galleries at Cleveland State University
1307 Euclid Avenue
Cleveland, Ohio 44115
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