Cantor Arts Center
Stanford University 328 Lomita Drive and Museum Way
650 7234177 FAX 650 7250464
Two exhibitions
dal 14/8/2012 al 12/1/2013
wed-sun 11am-5pm, thu 11am-8pm

Segnalato da

Margaret Whitehorn

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Two exhibitions

Cantor Arts Center, Stanford

Divided Visions: Reportage from the Sino-Japanese Wars and, in the Madeleine H. Russell Gallery the performances for Ink PerformancesInk.

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Divided Visions: Reportage from the Sino-Japanese Wars

This exhibition examines how the two Sino-Japanese wars were represented through master sensationalist Kiyochika Kobayashi's battle prints, sketches by the cartoonist Zhang Wenyuan, and photojournalism by John Gutmann. The images demonstrate how the Sino-Japanese wars were not only major conflicts between competing Asian nations, but also a critical breeding ground for new forms of public art and audiences.

Ink PerformancesInk_performances

Madeleine H. Russell Gallery
Today's Chinese and Japanese artists are experimenting with ink to foil audience expectations, suggest randomness, and reinforce their cultural heritage. This exhibition includes video and works by Qiu Zhijie, Ushio Shinohara, Gu Wenda, and Xu Bing.

Cantor Arts Center staff provides photos of art and the building for media
use in publicizing exhibitions and programs:

Anna Koster
Cantor Arts Center
Head of Communications

Margaret Whitehorn
Cantor Arts Center
Public Relations Assistant Manager, 650-724-3600

Cantor Arts Center
Stanford campus, off Palm Drive at Museum Way
Wednesday – Sunday, 11 am - 5 pm, Thursday until 8 pm
Admission is free

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