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Tag Archives: Liang Quan
Inaugural Art13: “Global fair for a global city”? – review, sales round up
Posted on Friday, March 1st, 2013
As the doors closed on the 2013 edition of Art13 London, Asian exhibitors and artists reported high spirits and sales.
Explore contemporary ink art: 5 top Art Radar posts
Posted on Wednesday, November 9th, 2011
In this addition to our “Lists” series, Art Radar looks back at five of our top posts on the topic of contemporary ink art. What is the future of this centuries old art form?
International contemporary ink artists show with Chinese in Shenzhen
Posted on Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011
The traditional art of Chinese ink painting has so far received little attention in the international art market. This state of affairs may finally be changing.
How is Chinese ink painting explored in contemporary art? RedBox Review in discussion with Liang Quan
Posted on Thursday, October 7th, 2010
CHINESE INK CHINESE ARTISTS ARTIST INTERVIEWS In a conversation with Chinese-based art blog RedBox Review the artist Liang Quan (b. 1948), living and working in Shenzhen, China, explains how ink painting is used in contemporary art and how this exploration … Continue reading