Yishu Manuale Di Storia Dell Arte Cinese

Autore: Lucia Caterina
Editore:
ISBN: 9788854808737
Grandezza: 40,55 MB
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The Oxford History Of The Classical World

Autore: John Boardman
Editore: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN:
Grandezza: 45,27 MB
Formato: PDF
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Provides an overview of classical Greek and Roman history, literature, art, philosophy, architecture, religion, government, and daily life

The Invisibility Cloak

Autore: Ge Fei
Editore: New York Review of Books
ISBN: 1681370212
Grandezza: 49,93 MB
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An NYRB Classics Original The hero of The Invisibility Cloak lives in contemporary Beijing—where everyone is doing their best to hustle up the ladder of success while shouldering an ever-growing burden of consumer goods—and he’s a loser. Well into his forties, he’s divorced (and still doting on his ex), childless, and living with his sister (her husband wants him out) in an apartment at the edge of town with a crack in the wall the wind from the north blows through while he gets by, just, by making customized old-fashioned amplifiers for the occasional rich audio-obsessive. He has contempt for his clients and contempt for himself. The only things he really likes are Beethoven and vintage speakers. Then an old friend tips him off about a special job—a little risky but just don’t ask too many questions—and can it really be that this hopeless loser wins? This provocative and seriously funny exercise in the social fantastic by the brilliantly original Ge Fei, one of China’s finest living writers, is among the most original works of fiction to come out of China in recent years. It is sure to appeal to readers of Haruki Murakami and other fabulists of contemporary irreality.

Chinese Ceramics

Autore: Zhiyan Li
Editore:
ISBN: 9780300112788
Grandezza: 32,21 MB
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Reviews Chinese ceramics that were created from the Paleolithic era through the end of the Qing dynasty in 1911, discussing the materials, decoration, and function of each piece.

The Mediterranean Medina

Autore: Aa.Vv.
Editore: Gangemi Editore spa
ISBN: 8849290136
Grandezza: 19,59 MB
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This volume collects the proceedings of the International Seminar The Mediterranean Medina, that took place in the School of Architecture at Pescara from 17th to 19th of June 2004.

Pop Surrealism

Autore: Gianluca Marziani
Editore: Drago (Roma)
ISBN: 9788888493695
Grandezza: 24,28 MB
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A collection of 75 full-colour images from 40 of today's leading Pop Surrealists. The images represent the most influential styles in the new contemporary art scene. Participating artists include Mark Ryden, Ray Caesar, Todd Schorr, Camille Rose Garcia, Shepard Fairey, Miss Van, Ron English, Joe Sorren, Gary Baseman, Tara McPherson and Scott Musgrove. The book also includes interviews with Alexandra Mazzanti, New York-based gallerists Alix Sloan (Sloan Fine Arts) and Jonathan LeVine (Jonathan LeVine Gallery) and Seattle-based gallerist Kirsten Anderson.

Contemporary Chinese Art

Autore: Paul Gladston
Editore: Reaktion Books
ISBN: 1780233086
Grandezza: 55,55 MB
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Since the confirmation of Deng Xiaoping’s policy of Opening and Reform in 1978, the People’s Republic of China has undergone a liberalization of culture that has led to the production of numerous forms of avant-garde, experimental, and museum-based art. With a fast-growing international market and a thriving artistic community, contemporary Chinese art is riding a wave of prosperity, though issues of censorship still abound. Shedding light on the current art scene, Paul Gladston’s Contemporary Chinese Art puts China’s recent artistic output into the context of the wider cultural, economic, and political conditions that surround it. Providing a critical mapping of ideas and practices that have shaped the development of Chinese art, Gladston shows how these combine to bind it to the structure of power and state both within and outside of China. Focusing principally on art produced by artists from mainland China—including painting, film, video, photography, and performance—he also discusses art created in Taiwan, Hong Kong, Macau, and diasporic communities. Illustrated with 150 images, Contemporary Chinese Art unravels the complexities of politics, artistic practice, and culture in play in China’s art scene.

Children S Literature In China

Autore: Mary Ann Farquhar
Editore: M.E. Sharpe
ISBN: 9780765603449
Grandezza: 46,58 MB
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This book introduces the major works and debates in Chinese children's literature within the framework of China's revolution and modernization. It demonstrates that the guiding rationale in children's literature was the political importance of children as the nation's future.

From Underground To Independent

Autore: Paul Pickowicz
Editore: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780742554382
Grandezza: 58,79 MB
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This groundbreaking book presents a critical introduction to the cultural and political dimensions of contemporary Chinese cinema. Exploring the complex and shifting world of Chinese underground and independent film, leading Western and Chinese scholars trace the changing dynamics of Chinese film culture since the early 1990s as it moves away from underground and toward independence in the new century. With its fresh and knowledgeable analysis of Chinese underground and independent filmmaking, this book will be essential reading for all those interested in a society caught between socialism and global currents.