Friday, 3 August, 2018
4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Federation Hall, Victorian College of the Arts, Grant Street, Southbank
Join one of the world’s leading experts in contemporary Chinese art as Philip Tinari sits down with Lisa Havilah for a conversation that will encompass such topics as the exponential growth of international engagement with Chinese art and culture; the effect of rising art market value of contemporary Chinese art upon the emergence of a new generation of artists; the fear of censorship and questions of artistic and institutional independence; and China’s strategic investment in soft power through cultural infrastructure and its promotion.
Session co-presented with Melbourne Art Week.
FREE | NO BOOKINGS REQUIRED
Cold Nights, installation view, 2017, Ullens Centre for Contemporary Art.