Industrial Landscapes of Socialist Realism
Although industrial landscapes today appear as one of the most alien of art forms, they were once fundamental as backgrounds of socialist realist paintings. This essay examines the legacies of two masters of the genre in China and North Korea—Song Wenzhi (1919–1999) and Chōng Yōngman (1938–1999)—and demonstrates how different revolutionary histories have led to a divergence in legacy and achievement.
|Collections||ANU Australian Centre on China in the World / 中华全球研究中心／中華全球研究中心|
ANU Press (1965-Present)
|Book Title:||Gilded Age: Made in China Yearbook 2017|
|Access Rights:||Open Access via publisher website|
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