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Join guest curator Danielle Shang as she explores USC PAM's newest exhibition Imprinting In Time-  Chinese Printmaking at the Beginning of a New Era. During this gallery tour, Shang will provide an in-depth look at the extraordinary prints of Chinese artists from the 1980s to the present featured in the exhibition.

 

Free with purchase of admission.

 

More About the Exhibition:

Imprinting In Time surveys printmaking by Chinese artists from the 1980s to the present, examining the unique narrative of the medium within the contexts of cultural, academic, sociopolitical, and economic changes in recent Chinese history. From the inception, the woodblock has been given singular priority for articulating social commentary and nationalistic sentiments since the 1930s. The emergence of etching, lithograph, silkscreen, and digital devices in the 1980s added new energy to the medium. In response to the current decline of printmaking in the art market, a handful of artists are searching for ways to advance the medium and participate in global conversations.

 

More About the Guest speaker

 

Danielle Shang is a Los Angeles based art historian and exhibition organizer. Her research focuses on the impact of globalization, urban renewal, social change, and class restructuring on art-making and the narrative of art history. She has organized exhibitions by artists such as Amalia Pica, Katie Ryan,Simphiwe Ndzube, LIU Wa, CHEN Zhou, ZHOU Yilun, among many others. She was also responsible for organizing campaigns and large group exhibitions of Porsche Young Chinese Artists of the Year and Net-A-Porter Incredible Female Artist Award

 

Shang was a guest lecturer/speaker at USC, UCLA, and Sotheby’s Institute of Art, Los Angeles. She contributed texts to exhibition catalogs for artists, including Huma Bhabha, Amir Fallah, Brooklin Soumahoro, Zhou Yilun, and QIU Xiaofei. Shang has been a contributing writer for many publications, including Art Asia Pacific, LEAP, ArtForum, and Mousse.


 

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