THE NAKED FORM IN MODERN CHINESE ART
Ashmolean Museum, Oxford
30 Mar 2019 –15 Sep 2019, Gallery 29, Free Admission
This exhibition presents a varied selection of images of the naked form as depicted by Chinese artists from the 1930s until the present day. The nude is not a traditional subject in Chinese art but was introduced to China by artists who had studied abroad during the first decades of the twentieth century. The exhibition features works by major artists of the twentieth century including Sanyu, Huang Yongyu, Wang Keping, Ding Yanyong, Wilson Shieh, and Qu Leilei.
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Wed 10 April & Wed 15 May 2019,
Meet in Gallery 29, FREE, booking required.
Join Christensen Fellow in Chinese Painting Dr Paul Bevan for a guided tour of The Naked Form in Modern Chinese Art display.