KQED: Gallery Crawl (3 of 38)
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In March 2009, GALLERY CRAWL visits with two of the three Chinese artists featured in A (RE) TURN TO (RE) FORM at Mark Wolfe Contemporary Art. Both artists call on tradition and transformation to inform their digital artworks. In a nearby neighborhood, local artist Ming Ren discusses the spontaneity behind his newest landscapes at LIMN Gallery, a space dedicated to highlighting the work of contemporary Chinese artists. Curator Christine Duval introduces another exhibition, CHINA AVANT GARDE - LANDSCAPE IN TRANSIT featuring three artists who collectively comment on the changing face of China.


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