G. Three Worlds: What Trajectories Do They Project?


Two decades ago, in 1993, Johnson Chang Tsong-Zung and Li Xianting curated the exhibition ‘China’s New Art, Post-1989’, which opened in Hong Kong in January of that year. The Chang / Li collaboration amounted to a dream team: Chang with his bilingual international cosmopolitanism, and Li with his leadership in the Chinese contemporary art world...


2020. 8


E. Three Worlds: What Trajectories Do They Project?


Two decades ago, in 1993, Johnson Chang Tsong-Zung and Li Xianting curated the exhibition ‘China’s New Art, Post-1989’, which opened in Hong Kong in January of that year. The Chang / Li collaboration amounted to a dream team: Chang with his bilingual international cosmopolitanism, and Li with his leadership in the Chinese contemporary art world...


2019. 12

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C. Three Worlds: What Trajectories Do They Project?


Two decades ago, in 1993, Johnson Chang Tsong-Zung and Li Xianting curated the exhibition ‘China’s New Art, Post-1989’, which opened in Hong Kong in January of that year. The Chang / Li collaboration amounted to a dream team: Chang with his bilingual international cosmopolitanism, and Li with his leadership in the Chinese contemporary art world...

2020. 5

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A. Three Worlds: What Trajectories Do They Project?


Two decades ago, in 1993, Johnson Chang Tsong-Zung and Li Xianting curated the exhibition ‘China’s New Art, Post-1989’, which opened in Hong Kong in January of that year. The Chang / Li collaboration amounted to a dream team: Chang with his bilingual international cosmopolitanism, and Li with his leadership in the Chinese contemporary art world...

2019. 3

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F. Three Worlds: What Trajectories Do They Project?


Two decades ago, in 1993, Johnson Chang Tsong-Zung and Li Xianting curated the exhibition ‘China’s New Art, Post-1989’, which opened in Hong Kong in January of that year. The Chang / Li collaboration amounted to a dream team: Chang with his bilingual international cosmopolitanism, and Li with his leadership in the Chinese contemporary art world...

2018. 5

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