RED MEMORY ­ SMILE by Chen Wenling, China, 2007,bronze and vehicle duco, 290 x 120x 200cm – TAASA Review December 2009


This article was originally found in the December 2009 edition of TAASA Review (Volume 18, Issue 4, Page 4).

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Meanwhile, in Sydney, Judith Neilson was also being bowled over by Chinese contemporary art.

Now that her two daughters were teenagers, the former graphic designer and photographer wanted to resume her art studies and was looking for a tutor.

At the Ray Hughes Gallery, she spotted a series of flat shapes, cut from sheet metal, that portrayed whimsical fusions of animals, birds and plants: a bird-angel, a winged cloud-man, a pig sprouting fruit...