Children’s Meeting In 1998, Tang Zhigang published “Adult Meeting” in the Yunnan magazine then known as Camellia, eliciting quite a bit of controversy. It was in the midst of the ninth major troop reduction of the People’s Liberation Army, which … Continued
Each person’s awareness and behavior is fed or constrained by three forces: past knowledge, the trends of the times, and one’s own personal experiences. When a person can put these forces to good use, and break through their limitations, that … Continued
It was the autumn of 1965, I had just turned five, and since my father was busy with work, he took me out of the army preschool and sent me to my mother. My mother was a correctional cadre at … Continued
This exhibition looks at the Yunnan-Vietnam Railway from an artistic perspective, and aims to reveal universal historical facts through poetic means, to reveal predicaments and responses to a changing society over time.
Memory is like a dusty storehouse, where old forgotten things turn up when you least expect. Sometimes you don’t even know what meaning they hold anymore, but there they are. Quietly, a hand reaches out and links them with the present day.
Zeng Xiaofeng’s works record and depict the history of his time and his individual spiritual history with extraordinary precision. Astonishingly, these two narrative dimensions are often entangled and emerge together within a single work.