EDITORIAL

Authors: Gladston, Paul1; Hill, Katie2

Source: Journal of Visual Art Practice, Volume 11, Numbers 2-3, 14 September 2012 , pp. 99-116(18)

Publisher: Intellect

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Abstract:

The following editorial sets out the context for this special edition of the Journal of Visual Art Practice by situating contemporary Chinese art and its critical engagement with society and politics – both within and outside the People’s Republic of China and Taiwan – in relation to a wider history of modernist, postmodernist and contemporary visual art theory and practice. It also outlines the particular social, economic, cultural and political conditions in relation to which contemporary art is produced and received within the PRC and Taiwan as well as differences between localized Chinese and international perspectives on the critical significance of contemporary Chinese art.

Keywords: People’s Republic of China; Taiwan; contemporary Chinese art

Document Type: Research Article

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1386/jvap.11.2-3.99_2

Affiliations: 1: University of Nottingham 2: Sotheby’s Institute of Art

Publication date: September 14, 2012

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  • The domain of visual art hosts a multitude of artistic forms and practices. The Journal of Visual Art Practice supports research across the entire range of this varied field. The journal engages with the progressive nature of the subject, reflecting upon the changing terrain of art in recent years.
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