Art in turmoil : the Chinese Cultural Revolution, 1966-76 /
"Forty years after the Cultural Revolution, Art in Turmoil revisits the visual and performing arts of the period - the paintings, propaganda posters, political cartoons, sculpture, folk arts, private sketchbooks, opera, and ballet. Probing deeply, it examines what these vibrant, militant, often...
|Other Authors / Creators:||King, Richard, 1951 February 5-|
Croizier, Ralph C.
Watson, Scott, 1950-
Zheng, Sheng Tian, 1938-
|Imprint:||Vancouver : UBC Press, |
|Series:||Contemporary Chinese studies.
Artists > China > Biography.
|Retention:||Retained for Eastern Academic Scholars' Trust (EAST) http://eastlibraries.org/retained-materials|
Table of Contents:
- Introduction : Vibrant images of a turbulent decade / Richard King and Jan Walls
- The art of the cultural revolution / Julia F. Andrews
- Summoning Confucius : inside Shi Lu's imagination / Shelley Drake Hawks
- Brushes are weapons : an art school and its artists / Shengtian Zheng
- When we were young : up to the mountains, down to the villages / Gu Xiong
- The Rent collection courtyard, past and present / Britta Erickson
- Hu Xian peasant painting : from revolutionary icon to market commodity / Ralph Croizier
- Model theatrical works and the remodelling of the cultural revolution / Paul Clark
- Feminism in the revolutionary model ballets The white-haired girl and The red detachment of women / Bai Di
- Fantasies of battle : making the militant hero prominent / Richard King.