S1.066 : Public Space and Personal Eyes: A New Vision in China (Germany, 2003)

Bibliographic Record

Title and Statement of Responsiblity

Public Space and Personal Eyes - A New Vision in China = 公共空间和个人眼睛 - 来自中国的新视觉 / Catalogue editor: Wu Wenguang
German translation: Felix Kruppa, Zhang Min
German proofreader: Katharina Schneider-Roos
English translation: Francesca Jordan
Graphic design: Zong Yubin
Assistant editors: Zhang Xiaoyan, Su Ming

Summarization of Content

Exhibition catalogue for the group exhibition 'Public Sapce and personal eyes - a new vision in China' held at Kampnagel Hamberg, Germany between 9 Oct - 30 Oct 2003.

"Public Space and Personal Eyes" presented works from Chinese artists in the genres of theatre, dance, video and photography, who were trying to find a channel for self-expression within the reality of public life. The invited artists presented a new, fascinating view on today's China and formulate a wilfull and unique language, leading us into the dazzling art scene of the young Beijing.

 

Edition Statement:

[1st edition]

Publication/Production/Distribution Information

Hamburg, Germany : Kampnagel , 2003

Extent

118 pages 95 photographs (24.9cm x 21cm x 0.9cm)

Content Form and Media Type

text , still image : unmediated

Classification Scheme

CFCCA Library Classification schemeExhibitions literatureExhibitions by nationExhibitions - Germany
CFCCA Library Classification schemeExhibitions literatureGroup Exhibitions
CFCCA Library Classification schemeExhibitions literatureExhibitions by dateExhibitions: 2000-2009

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The physical publication is available for research purposes in the CFCCA search room by appointment. Items in our library collection are not available for external loans.

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Germany (has place of origin of resource)
Hamburg (is related to)

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