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From Jean-Paul Sartre to Teresa Teng: Cantonese Contemporary Art in the 1980s
Content:Documentary Film
Review Available:Review
Media Type:DVD
Release Date:2010
Audience:Higher Education
High School
Running Time:45 mins
Physical Description:(Null)
Author:Directed by Asia Art Archive
Subheading:Art History
Artists and Craftsmen
Region:East Asia
Hong Kong


From Jean-Paul Sartre to Teresa Teng: Contemporary Cantonese Art in the 1980s looks at the development of contemporary art in Southern China in the 1980s. The documentary considers the influx of books and popular culture following Deng Xiaoping’s open-door policy and the power of reading through interviews with key artists, critics, and curators, including Hou Hanru, Wang Huangsheng, Chen Tong, Yang Jiechang, Wang Du, and members of the now defunct Big Tailed Elephant Group, Chen Shaoxiong, Lin Yilin, and Xu Tan.

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