FLOATING TIME: CHINESE PRINTS 19542002 AT THE UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY’S ART GALLERY – TAASA Review September 2016
Minerva Inwald F rom the celebrated Modern Woodcut Movement of the 1930s to Xu Bing’s monumental Book from the Sky (1988), throughout the 20th century Chinese artists have used printmaking as a vehicle for artistic innovation.
The exhibition Floating Time: Chinese Prints 19542002 displays a selection of modern and contemporary Chinese prints from the University of Sydney’s art collection.
Opening in August at the University Art Gallery, the exhibition showcases the rich and varied practices of Chinese printmakers in the latter half of the 20th century. City Fleeting Memories III, Zhou Jirong, China 1993, silkscreen...