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In Chinese New Art, Post-1989, 1993

Author: Li Shan 2004

"If we make 'rouge' a verb, and wish 'to rouge' something away, this is not so much a matter of will and method, as a question of attitude. There is a warning here: there is no integral relationship between Art on the one hand and works of art and artists on the other. Art has nothing to do with critics, agents, museums, collectors, the viewing public or the media. And once Art itself becomes an object of attention, it becomes a shoddy, vulgar copy of itself, which everyone is capable of possessing."

(in Chinese New Art, Post-1989, 1993 Hanart Gallery, Hong Kong)

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