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Stepping Out!
Female Identities in Chinese Contemporary Art
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Editor-in-Chief: Kunstmuseum Lillehammer, Museum der Moderne Salzburg & GL STRAND
Texts by: Feng Boyi, Luise Guest, Liu Xi, Monica Merlin, Nils Ohlsen, Christina Penetsdorfer, Shu-chin Tsui
Graphic Design: Karsten Heller
Artist: Cao Fei, Lin Tianmiao, Luo Yang, Ma Qiusha, Tong Wenmin, Wen Hui, Xiao Lu, Xing Danwen, Yin Yiuzhen
German, English
May 2022 , 208 Pages , 150 Ills.
Paperback
280mm x 240mm
ISBN: 978-3-7757-5233-6
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| Female Artists from China
Since the beginning of China’s economic boom in the late 1980s and its ever-increasing influence on globalized society, the country’s burgeoning contemporary art scene has attracted great attention around the world. However, despite the Chinese art market’s emergence as a highly prolific industry and a growing international recognition of contemporary art from China, there is a remarkable lack of Chinese women artists represented in (inter-)national exhibitions and publications. Stepping Out! is the first comprehensive publication in 25 years to present a broadly representative selection of the work of contemporary Chinese female artists, including pioneering as well as emerging artists thus far little-known abroad. Through an enormous wealth of perspectives, the artists reveal their personal and social fears, contradictions, and hopes in the tense field occupied by powerful tradition, and shed light upon the search for identity both as women and as artists within a rapidly changing Chinese society.

This book is also available in English/Norwegian.

Stepping Out! features more than 100 artworks by 26 artists born between 1960 and 1994 living in mainland China, including Cao Fei, Lin Tianmiao, Luo Yang, Ma Qiusha, Tong Wenmin, Wen Hui, Xiao Lu, Xing Danwen, and Yin Yiuzhen.
EXHIBITIONS

Lillehammer Kunstmuseum
May 16–October 22, 2022

Kunstforeningen GL STRAND, Copenhagen
December 1, 2022–March 12, 2023

Museum der Moderne Salzburg
April 4–July 2, 2023
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