Li Xianting

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Li Xianting (Tibetan Art Exhibition, Beijing, 2010)

Li Xianting is an independent art critic and curator of contemporary Chinese art.

In the late seventies and eighties, Li Xianting was involved in advocating and introducing the avant-garde art form in China. He organized the “Stars exhibition” in 1979, and coined the terms “Cynical Realism[1] and “Political Pop”. He also lectured and curated international shows, including the China Pavilion at the 45th Venice Biennale (1995). He is now the director of Songzhuang Art Museum [2] and Li Xianting's Film Fund [3].

References[edit]

1.Cornell University website [4]
2.The Prince Claus Fund website [5]
3."Memories of 1989", www.artzinechina.com [6]