At The New York Times, Javier C. Hernández and photographer Gilles Sabrié present a guided tour of...
by Josh Rudolph | Oct 18, 2013
The Guardian reports on "Beautiful Future," an exhibition of designs by longtime expats Nick...
by Samuel Wade | Jan 3, 2013
The Guardian's Tania Branigan interviews former Xinhua journalist Yang Jisheng, author of Tombstone: The Great Chinese Famine. The book, researched in secret and still unpublished in mainland China, has nevertheless been...
by Samuel Wade | Jun 30, 2011
"Red Songs", nationalist anthems of the Maoist era, have exploded across China from Chongqing where their resurgence began. China Real Time Report provides a Red Songs 101 for the arguably fortunate uninitiated. The origins of...
by Sophie Beach | Sep 29, 2009
An audio slideshow by the BBC takes us through the history of art in contemporary China, from the revolutionary posters of the 1950s and 60s to the 798 art district in Beijing: As China marks the 60th anniversary of Communist...
by Sophie Beach | Oct 24, 2008
In the International Herald Tribune, Richard Bernstein writes about the exhibit of revolutionary art now on at the Asia Society, and the paradoxes of wealthy New Yorkers collecting propaganda posters from the Mao era: The...
by Sophie Beach | Apr 24, 2005
The International Institute of Social History in Amsterdam has posted an online exhibit of propaganda posters from the former Soviet Union, Cuba and China. The China posters are here: The former Soviet Union, Cuba, and China: three countries where posters played an important political role and received a large amount of artistic attention. This is […]
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