Shanghai Modern 1919-1945 Ken Lum

ISBN: 9783775714976

Published: February 15th 2005

Hardcover

424 pages


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Shanghai Modern 1919-1945  by  Ken Lum

Shanghai Modern 1919-1945 by Ken Lum
February 15th 2005 | Hardcover | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, talking book, mp3, RTF | 424 pages | ISBN: 9783775714976 | 6.68 Mb

In the 1920s and 30s, Shanghai was established as one of the worlds major cities. A vital, prospering metropolis with a population of over one million, and the commercial and cultural center of China, it was one place where it was certain thatMoreIn the 1920s and 30s, Shanghai was established as one of the worlds major cities.

A vital, prospering metropolis with a population of over one million, and the commercial and cultural center of China, it was one place where it was certain that Western influences would have a forceful impact. Consequently, artists from different disciplines took part in the lively debates on the issue of what direction Chinese art and culture should take and Shanghai Modern documents this vigorous cultural exchange between the country and Europe, especially Germany.

Through essays by authors of international renown, this book sheds new light on the early years of Chinas Western gaze, while it presents a magnificent collection of works by early exponents of Chinese modernism, many of which have never been shown before.



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