And Now China? Special Issue of Ctrl+P Journal

And Now China? A special issue of Ctrl+P Journal of Contemporary Art will be launched at Chelsea FutureSpace. The issue supported by the Chelsea Programme was edited in anticipation of China Now, Britain’s ‘largest festival of Chinese arts’ and asks: what place is there for critical voices within current hegemonic interests in China and contemporary Chinese Art?

The issue is co-edited by Judy Freya Sibayan and Erika Tan, and includes texts by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Oscar Ho, Patrick D. Flores, Lee Weng Choy, Kelly Baum, Andrew Maerkle, Thomas J. Berghuis, David Cross, Neferti X. Tadiar & Jonathan Beller, Marian Pastor Roces, Lee Wen, Ken Lum, Katy Deepwell, Caroline Turner, Saskia Sassen, Eliza Tan, Neil Stewart and Sonya Dyer.

The publication is launched alongside the opening of Three Degrees of Separation, an exhibition in Chelsea FutureSpace with new works by Voon Pow Bartlett, Neil Stewart and Erika Tan. Copies of the Journal will be available during the exhibition alongside the exhibition catalogue. If you are unable to make the launch or the exhibition, but would like a copy of the journal, please forward your contact details to Alternatively the online version will also be available on the Ctrl+P website later in March.

Ctrl+P Journal of Contemporary Art, No. 11, March 2008.
This printed edition is published in partnership with the Chelsea Programme, Chelsea College of Art and Design, University of the Arts, London.
And Now China? Special Issue of Ctrl+P Journal

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