Friday May 29, 2020

The Chinese way

Two upcoming events in Dublin will showcase some dazzling pieces of contemporary art from the Far East, writes Ros Drinkwater.

31st August, 2014
Dancing Horses, a triptych by Margaret Egan.

At the risk of giving the impression that I’ve done a deal with the National People's Congress, I return to the subject of Chinese art this week. Not the antiques that normally appear on this page, but the work of contemporary Chinese artists.

In September, Dublin offers two opportunities to explore this unfamiliar territory: an exhibition of contemporary Chinese ceramics at the Chester Beatty Library, and a painting by Li Wentao, the headline...

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