Saturday, October 1, 2016

1989 China/Avant-Garde Exhibition at Pitt continues through October 31.


Wang Youshen, Newspaper-Advertising, 1993

The 1989 China/Avant-Garde Exhibition – from Gao Minglu Archive that opened on April 8 at the University of Pittsburgh's Hillman Library will continue through October 31.
Dr. Minglu Gao is a research professor in the Department of the History of Art and Architecture (HAA) at Pitt, and a leading scholar of Chinese contemporary art. Over three decades Dr. Gao has been building a collection of Chinese contemporary art unique in the world today. These unique primary materials include manuscripts, posters, paintings, and exhibit catalogs, as well as slides, videos, recordings, etc.

Since 2014, the University Library System has been working the HAA department, Asian Studies Center, and University Center for International Studies to create a digital archive of Dr. Gao's collection. This exhibit will showcase many of the items in Dr. Gao's collection, and present an unparalleled look into the world of Chinese contemporary art.
The Spring 2006 issue of Pitt Magazine has one of many lengthy profiles on Gao. Hillman Library is located at 3960 Forbes Ave. (map) in Oakland.

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