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Invited by Steven Henry Madoff and the Tel Aviv Art Museum, curator Hou Hanrou and artist Liu Xiaodong collaborated to produce a series of paintings during a month-long exploration of Israel and Palestine. In his final series of 20 works, titled “In Between Israel and Palestine” and gathered in this catalog, Liu Xiaodong explored the vastly contrasting environments of the two conflicting states. During the four weeks he lived in Tel Aviv, Liu traveled throughout the Holy Land to witness and research the implications of religion, nationality, and cultural diversity, and his impressions are vividly recorded in this collection of intimate and honest paintings. Enhancing the projects breadth are Liu’s written diaries and the documentary film that was simultaneously produced and is included on the accompanying DVD. This exhibition was on display at the Mary Boone Gallery in New York City from September through October 2013.
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Liu Xiaodong is one of China’s foremost artists and a professor at Beijing’s Central Academy of Fine Arts. His supremely realist style introduces performative and participatory dimensions and seeks to capture the full range of human emotion. Zandie Brockett is a freelance art consultant, curator, and photographer. Hou Hanru is a former director of exhibitions and public programs and former chair of exhibition and museum studies at the San Francisco Art Institute. Among the exhibitions he has curated are “Cities on the Move,” the Shanghai Biennale, the second Gwangju Biennial, and most recently, the fifth Auckland Triennial. He lives in San Francisco.
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Book Description Thircuir, 2014. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M9881607965