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Painting, Politics and China’s Art Market: Q&A With Zhang Xiaogang

Painter Zhang Xiaogang’s fame has typified the world’s interest in things Chinese over the past decade-plus, as well as the commercial boom that overtook the art market. Recent works by the artist are part of a joint exhibition, his first, with American conceptual artist Sol LeWitt, who died in 2007, being held at Pace Beijing Gallery.
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