庫存狀況
「香港二樓書店」讓您 愛上二樓●愛上書
我的購物車 加入會員 會員中心 常見問題 首頁
「香港二樓書店」邁向第一華人書店
登入 客戶評價 whatsapp 常見問題 加入會員 會員專區 現貨書籍 現貨書籍 購物流程 運費計算 我的購物車 聯絡我們 返回首頁
香港二樓書店 > 今日好書推介
二樓書籍分類
 
Stars 79-80

Stars

沒有庫存
訂購需時10-14天
9789882371828
Li Xianting,Huang Rui
香港中文大學
2020年2月01日
630.00  元
HK$ 567
省下 $63
 
二樓書卷使用細則 二樓書卷使用細則





ISBN:9789882371828
  • 規格:精裝 / 292頁 / 21 x 26 x 4.09 cm / 普通級 / 單色印刷 / 初版
  • 出版地:香港


  • 藝術設計 > 繪畫 > 畫冊/繪畫集











      The flag-bearers of the Chinese Contemporary Art



      In the late 1970s, at the close of the Cultural Revolution, a group of young, largely auto-didact artists in China endeavored to create artwork that would depart from present norms and reflect individual ideals. It was a period of hope for the future, full of energy permeating all levels of society. The artists came from a variety of backgrounds and had an even greater variety of artistic training and skill, but their ideas united them around a common goal. The first exhibition organized by the Stars group (Xingxing huahui, 星星畫會) is one of the key outdoor shows and one of the most radical unofficial exhibitions following the end of the Cultural Revolution, representing for many scholars the beginnings of a Chinese avant-garde for a post-Mao China. It is a movement toward artistic democracy─a performance even─taking place over the course of three years and bringing an engaged group, with individual ideas, into the heart of the official art establishment. These Stars would set into motion the policies and no ms that later generations of contemporary Chinese artists would build upon to expand their minds and artistic vocabularies.



      In the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Stars, Stars 79–80 collects the most significant writings, images and artworks of the Stars.



      It captures the youthfulness and vibrant of a new ideological movement that swept through the capital with hurricane force.

    ?



     




    其 他 著 作