One term paper (6-8 pages, typed, double space) with notes (either MLA or Chicago Style) and bibliography. Students are expected to develop an issue related to the course material. Typical topics include studies of a single work of art, work produced under the patronage of a particular individual or clan, a particular aspect of a single artist’s work, or a carefully delimited discussion about the development of a particular type of subject matter. The grade will be based on clarity of presentation, effectiveness of evidence presented, and soundness of conclusions.
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Major References
Julia Andrews and Kuiyi Shen. A Century in Crisis: Modernity and Tradition in the
Art of Twentieth Century China. New York: Guggenheim Museum and Abrams, 1998
Michael Sullivan. Art and Artists in the Twentieth Century China. Berkeley:
University of California Press, 1996
Julia Andrews. Painters and Politics in the People’s Republic of China. Berkeley and
Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1994.
Andrews, Julia F. Painters and Politics in the People’s Republic of China. Berkeley
and Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1994. ND1045.A53 1994
______. Fragmented Memory: Chinese Avant-Garde in Exile, with Gao Minglu.
Exhibition catalogue. Columbus: Wexner Center for the Arts, 1993.
Andrews, Julia F., and Kuiyi Shen. A Century in Crisis: Modernity and Tradition in
the Art of Twentieth Century China. New York: Guggenheim Museum and
Abrams, 1998
N7345.A53 1998x
______. “Traditionalism as a Modern Stance: The Chinese Women’s Calligraphy and
Society.” Modern Chinese Literature and Culture vol.11, no.1 (Spring
1999). pp. 1-30.
Barme, Geremie, and Jon Minford. Seeds of Fire: Chinese Voices of Conscience.
Newcastle- upon-Tyne, 1988. PL2658.E1 S44 1988
Barnhart, Richard, et al. Three Thousand Years of Chinese Painting. New Haven:
University Press, 1997. ND1040.T48 1997
Brown, Claudia, and Ju-hsi Chou. Transcending Turmoil: Painting at the Close of
China’s Empire 1796-1911. Phoenix Art Museum, 1992. ND1043.5.B76 1992
Cahill, James Francis. The Painter’s Practice. New York: Columbia University Press,
1994. ND1043.5.C35 1994
Chang, Arnold. Painting in the People’s Republic of China: The Politics of Style.
Westview Press, 1980.
Chang, Tsong-zung, ed. The Stars: 10 Years. Hong Kong, 1989.
China Avant-Garde: Conter-Current in Art and Culture. Hong Kong: Oxford
University Press,
1993. ISBN 0-19-586423-9
Clark, John, Modern Asian Art. North Rude, N.S.W., 1988.
______. ed. Modernity in Asian Art. Canberra: Wild Peony, 1993
Cohen, Joan Lebold. The New Chinese Painting, 1949-1986.New York: Abrams,
______. Painting the Chinese Dream: Chinese Art Thirty Years after the Revolution
and Sculpture 1978-1981).Northampton, Mass., 1982.
Croizier, Ralph. Art and Revolution in Modern China: The Lingnan (Cantonese)
School of Painting, 1906-1951. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of
California Press, 1988.
ND1043.53L55 C7 1988
Doran, Valerie C. China’s New Art, Post-1989, with a Restropective from 1979-1989.
Introduction by Chang Tsong-zung, Hong Kong: Hanart T Z Gallery 1993.
Erickson, Britta. On the Edge: Contemporary Chinese Artists Encounter the West.
Exh. Cat. Stanford: Cantor Art Center, Stanford University, 2005.
______. Words without Meaning, Meaning without Words: the Art of Xu Bing. Washington, D.C.: Sackler Gallery, 2001.
Ellsworth, Robert. Later Chinese Painting and Calligraphy, 1800-1950. New York:
House, 1988.
Farrer, Anne. Wu Guanzhong: A Twentieth-Century Chinese Painter. London: British
Museum, 1992.
Fu, Shen C. Y. And Jan Stuart. Challenging the Past: The Paintings of Chang Daichien. Washington, 1991.ND1049.C4523 A4 1991
Galikowski, Maria. Art and Politics in China, 1949-1986. Hong Kong: Chinese
University of
Hong Kong, 1996. N7345.G35 1998x
Gao Minglu, ed., Inside Out: New Chinese Art, San Francisco Museum of Modern
Art and Asian Society Galleries, 1998.
______. The Wall: Reshaping Contemporary Chinese Art, Buffalo: Albright-Knox
Art Gallery, 2005.
Goldman, Merle, ed. China’s Intellectuals and State: In Search of a New Relationship.
Cambridge, Mass., 1987. DS777.6.C46 1987
______. China’s Intellectuals: Advise and Dissent. Cambridge, Mass., 1981.
Hajek, Luber. Contemporary Chinese Painting. London: Spring Books, 1961.
History of Chinese Oil Painting: from Realism to Post-Modernism. Hong Kong:
Schoeni Art Gallery Ltd., 1995. ISBN 962-7502-15-4
Kao, Mayching, ed. Twentieth-Century Chinese Painting. Oxford: Oxford University
Press, 1988. ND1045. T86 1988
Kraus, Richard C.. Pianos and Politics in China: Middle-Class Ambitions and the
Struggle over
Western Music. Oxford, England: Oxford University Press, 1989.
ML336.5.K72 1989
Kuo, Jason Chi-sheng. ed., Visual Culture in Shanghai, 1850-1930. Washington D.C.:
New Academia Publishing, 2007.
_____. Heirs to a Great Tradition: Modern Chinese Paintings from the Tsien-hsiangchai
Collection. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1993.
_____. Innovation with Tradition: The Painting of Huang Pin-hung. With
contributions by Richard Edwards and Tao Ho. Hong Kong, 1989.
Laing, Ellen Johnston. The Winking Owl: Art in the People’s Republic of China.
Berkeley and
Los Angeles: University of California Press, 1988. N7345.L35 1988
_____. An Index to Reproductions of Paintings by Twentieth-Century Chinese
Artists. Asian
Studies Program, Publication no.6. Eugene: University of Oregon,
1984. Z5949.C5 L32 c.2
Lee, Leo Ou-fan. Shanghai Modern. Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1999
DS796.S25 L43 1999
_____, ed. Lu Xun and His Legacy. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of
California Press, 1985.PL2754.S5 Z7567 1985
_____. The Romantic Generation of Modern Chinese Writers. Cambridge, Mass.:
University Press, 1973. PL2277.L4 1973
Li, Chu-tsing. Trends in Modern Chinese Painting (The C.A. Drenowatz Collection).
Artibus Asiae Supplementum 36. Ascona, Switz: Artibus Asiae Publishers, 1979.
_____. Liu Kuo-sung: the Growth of a Modern Chinese Artist. Taipei: National
Gallery of Art and Museum of History, 1969. ND1049. L7739 L5
Lim, Lucy, ed. Wu Guanzhong: A Contemporary Chinese Artist. San Francisco,
______. Contemporary Chinese Painting: An Exhibition from the People’s Republic
of China.
San Francisco, 1984. ISBN 0-9609784-8-8
Link, Perry, Paul Pickowitz, Rechard Mason, Popular China. 2001.
Minick. Scott, and Jiao Ping. Chinese Graphic Design in the Twentieth Century.
London, 1990. NK1068.M56 1996x
Shen, Kuiyi. Illusion/Image—Contemporary Chines Ink Art Series I. Beijing: HIVE
Contemporary Art Center, 2013.
_____. Zhou Brothers: Thirty Years of Collaboration. Chicago: Elmeherst Museum &
Chicago Cultural Center, 2004.
______. Word and Meaning: Six Contemporary Chinese Artists. Baffulo: University
at Baffalo Art Gallery, 2000.
Shen, Kuiyi and Julia Andrews, Blooming in the Shadows: Unofficial Chinese Art,
1974-1985. New York: China Institute Gallery, 2011
______, Light Before Dawn. Hong Kong: Asia Society Hong Kong Center, 2013
Shen, Kuiyi, and Li Xiaoqian. Why Not Ink? Beijing: Today Art Museum, 2012
Silbergeld, Jerome. China into Film: Frame of Reference in Contemporary Chinese
London: Reaktion Books, 1999. PN1994.S55 1999x
_____, with Gong Jisui. Contradictions: Artistic Life, the Socialist State, and the
Chinese Painter Li Huasheng. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 1993.
ND1049.L4765 S56 1993
_____. Mind Landscape: The Paintings of C.C. Wang. Seattle: University of
Washington Press, 1987. ND1049.W18 A4 1987
Spence, Jonathan D. The Gate of Heavenly Peace: the Chinese and Their Revolution,
1895- 1980. New York: Penguin Books, 1982. DS774.S59 1982
_____. The Search for Modern China. New York, London: W.W.Norton & Company,
1990. DS754.S65 1990
Strassberg, Richard E., ed. I don’t Want to Play Chess with Cezanne” and Other
Selections from the Chinese “New Wave” and “Avant-Garde” Art of the
Pasadena, 1991.
Strassberg, Richard E., and Waldemar A. Nielsen. Beyond the Open Door:
Contemporary Paintings from the People’s Republic of China. Pasadena, 1987.
ND1045.S87 1987x
Sullivan, Michael. Art and Artists of Twentieth Century China. Berkeley and Los
University of California Press, 1996. N7345.S79 1996
_____. The Meeting of Eastern and Western Art. 2nd ed. Berkeley and Los Angeles:
University of California, 1989. N7429.S93 1997x
Sun, Shirley Hsiao-ling. Lu Hsun and the Chinese Woodcut Movement, 1929-1936.
Ph.D. diss., Stanford University, 1974.
Vine, Richard, New China, New Art, Munich: Prestel, 2008
Weidner, Marsha. Views from Jade Terrace: Chinese Women Artists, 1300-1912.
1988. N7343.5.V54 1988x
Wu Hung, ed. Contemporary Chinese Art: Primary Documents, New York: Museum
of Modern Art, 2010
______, Wang Huangsheng, and Feng Boyi, eds. The First Guangzhou Triennial:
Reinterpretation—A Decade of Experimental Chinese Art (1990-2000).
Guangzhou: Guangdong Museum of Art, 2002.
______. ed. Chinese Art at the Crossroads: Between Past and Future, Between East
and West. Hong Kong: New Art Media, 2001.
______. Exhibiting Experimental Art in China. Exh. Cat. Chicago: Samrt Museum of
Art, University of Chicago, 2000.
______. Transience: Chinese Experimental Art at the End of the Twentieth Century,
Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago,1999.
Wu Tung. Painting in China since the Opium Wars. Boston, 1980

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