Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York 6 October – 7 JanuaryBracketed between the spectacle of cruelty of Tiananmen Square and the pageant of soft power that was the Beijing Olympics, Art and China After 1989’s complex curatorial propositions most readily coalesce around a teleological reading of China’s ascension to global power, where its art and artists alternately witness, critique, appropriate, subvert and collaborate with ever-evolving technologies of capitalist growth and governance. Qiu Zhijie’s scroll-like Map of ‘Art and China After…
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