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Yunnan Contemporary Art within Relational Aesthetics –Foreword to Luo Fei’s To Start from Art Dr. ZhaChangping (Critic, Biblical Scholar, Chief-editor of Journal for Humanities and Art) To date, the developmental history of Chinese contemporary art has gone through at least three phases. In 1993, the inclusion of thirteen Chinese artists in the Venice Biennale implied […]
Our societies, Western, North European or Chinese, need this other perspective, from the side, from below, from inside, and we get some reflections of this “other other” (其他的他者) in what Luo Fei is doing and writing.
The art scene already have so many people and galleries who know the price of everything, but the value of nothing. I think this main-garde could be one example of Hou Hanru’s ‘third way’.
I named the book To Start from Art. To me, whether as artists or curators, it’s about starting from the arts at and in our hands, continuously improving our own ideas, and sharing them with others.