A Canadian artist fears that work he sent for an exhibition in Beijing is now lost, but it is...
by Samuel Wade | Dec 18, 2012
Speculation that China’s incoming leaders would sweep Mao’s remains from the political stage turned out to be ill-founded, but the Chairman will be missing from a touring Andy Warhol exhibition when it reaches the...
by Sophia Cao | Jul 8, 2006
From The New York Times: In 1971 Andy Warhol is said to have made the deadpan observation that “since fashion is art now, and Chinese is in fashion, I could make a lot of money.” A year later he produced a series of 10 large hand-painted and silk-screened canvases of Mao with such bright brushstrokes […]
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