PRI’s The World reports on an exhibit by the Gao Brothers now on display in Kansas City, Missouri. Listen here: The two Chinese artists known as the Gao Brothers have often run afoul of the censors. It seems the...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 6, 2009
The New York Times profiles the Gao Brothers and looks at the limits on contemporary art in China today. One of the Gaos most famous works is a statue of Mao Zedong with a removable head: “It’s something I hope all Chinese...
by Xiao Qiang | Sep 7, 2008
The Gao Brothers (Gao Qiang, Born 1962 in Jinan, Shandong, China; Gao Zhen, Born 1956 in Jinan) are a pair of artist brothers based in Beijing, and authors of several published works, including “How Far Can You Walk in One...
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