This groundbreaking survey introduces twenty emerging talents from the Chinese contemporary art scene.
While the generation of artists who came of age during China’s Cultural Revolution has dominated the market in the 2000s, younger artists are now starting to gain international attention. After a decade of underground art development, often experimenting with cutting-edge technologies, the experiences of this new generation of artists are more rooted in the daily and inherent competition of urban life, and the rapid social changes that China has gone through as they have grown up. Jérôme Sans is known for his pioneering approach to the presentation, discussion, and exhibition of contemporary art. He was the former director of the groundbreaking Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing and the co-founder of the acclaimed Palais de Tokyo in Paris. Jean-Marc Decrop is a specialist in Chinese contemporary art and an art collector