Video: An Introduction


Wang Qingsong (born 1966) is one of China’s most acclaimed contemporary artists. Born at the start of the Cultural Revolution, Qingsong’s works comment on the overwhelming social and visual changes that have taken place in his native country over the last four and a half decades.

The globalisation of China and the explosion of consumerism are key topics in Wang’s oeuvre. His interest in Western art history is also a recurrent theme, which blends into Chinese aesthetic motives and literary traditions contributing to this feel of staged documentary.

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