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Born in the 1970’s and the 80’s, this group of artists spent their childhoods in political, economical, and social upheavals. Unlike the ‘China Avant-Garde’ generation, these young artists freed themselves from basic and abstract system of Grand Discourse. For this reason, one may judge these young artists as being speculative and weak, but Yun Cheagab agrees to culture critic Wang Shaomeng, who said, “Thinking that these young artists are less political than their seniors is bias.” He also says that even though the young artists may seem as weak and immature, they also deeply care about society and human, and comment on the screaming world with their art works with different methods and approaches.
For these reasons, the eight young artists
were gathered in this exhibition to show how the new generation of Chinese art
overcomes the outcome and errors of the ‘China Avant-Grade’ generation who drew
grand attention from the art world, and builds their own style and concept.