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Yellow River / Blue Culture by Gu XIONG

Yellow River / Blue Culture (edition 2002)

by Gu XIONG, Trish Keegan (Editor)

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Title:Yellow River / Blue Culture
Authors:Gu XIONG
Other authors:Trish Keegan (Editor)
Info:Kamloops Art Gallery (Kamloops, BC)
Collections:Monograph, Your library
Tags:China, photography, post-colonial, immigration, globalization

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Gu Xiong by Gu Xiong



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Yellow River/Blue Culture presents the work of Vancouver artist Gu Xiong and artist/curator Andrew Hunter. They have worked on several successful collaborations and once again have come together to focus on the issues of cultural hybridization and colonization with consumerism as a catalyst. Gu Xiong draws on similarities between the rapid urban and commercial development of cities in China and their Canadian counterparts, highlighting the commonality of those places where American corporate influence has blurred cultural borders. Hunter has produced an illustrated catalogue reflecting on similar issues, but from a different perspective.
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