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  • Assouline 'Chinese Art: The Impossible Collection'  ASSO22THE848MUL
  • Assouline 'Chinese Art: The Impossible Collection'  ASSO22THE848MUL
  • Assouline 'Chinese Art: The Impossible Collection'  ASSO22THE848MUL
  • Assouline 'Chinese Art: The Impossible Collection'  ASSO22THE848MUL
  • Assouline 'Chinese Art: The Impossible Collection'  ASSO22THE848MUL
  • Assouline 'Chinese Art: The Impossible Collection'  ASSO22THE848MUL
  • Assouline 'Chinese Art: The Impossible Collection'  ASSO22THE848MUL
  • Assouline 'Chinese Art: The Impossible Collection'  ASSO22THE848MUL
  • Assouline 'Chinese Art: The Impossible Collection'  ASSO22THE848MUL
  • Assouline 'Chinese Art: The Impossible Collection'  ASSO22THE848MUL
Assouline's 'Impossible Collection' continues to grow with the addition of 'Chinese Art', an expansive volume that spotlights 100 works of contemporary art against the backdrop of the country's rapid transformation in a dramatic era of change. Presented in chronological order, with traditional early twentieth century paintings presented at the start of the book and concluding with innovative works by some of the nation's most cutting edge young designers, 'Chinese Art' introduces a series of conversations and themes that are further explored in essays and commentary from a trio of experts on Chinese art—Philip Tinari of the UCAA in Beijing, Alexandra Munroe of New York's Guggenheim and Karen Smith of OCAT Contemporary Art Terminal in Xi’an. Authored by Adrian Cheng and John Dodelande.

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Assouline's 'Impossible Collection' continues to grow with the addition of 'Chinese Art', an expansive volume that spotlights 100 works of contemporary art against the backdrop of the country's rapid transformation in a dramatic era of change. Presented in chronological order, with traditional early twentieth century paintings presented at the start of the book and concluding with innovative works by some of the nation's most cutting edge young designers, 'Chinese Art' introduces a series of conversations and themes that are further explored in essays and commentary from a trio of experts on Chinese art—Philip Tinari of the UCAA in Beijing, Alexandra Munroe of New York's Guggenheim and Karen Smith of OCAT Contemporary Art Terminal in Xi’an. Authored by Adrian Cheng and John Dodelande.
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FRANKBROS says
Assouline's 'Impossible Collection' continues to grow with the addition of 'Chinese Art', an expansive volume that spotlights 100 works of contemporary art against the backdrop of the country's rapid transformation in a dramatic era of change. Presented in chronological order, with traditional early twentieth century paintings presented at the start of the book and concluding with innovative works by some of the nation's most cutting edge young designers, 'Chinese Art' introduces a series of conversations and themes that are further explored in essays and commentary from a trio of experts on Chinese art—Philip Tinari of the UCAA in Beijing, Alexandra Munroe of New York's Guggenheim and Karen Smith of OCAT Contemporary Art Terminal in Xi’an. Authored by Adrian Cheng and John Dodelande.

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Width 355mm
Length 420m
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Paper
Width 355mm
Length 420m

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