Chen Zhen

1991-2000 unrealized
  • 224 Pages
  • 3.11 MB
  • English
Verlag für moderne Kunst Nürnberg, D.A.P., Distributed Art Publishers , Nürnberg, New York, NY
Chen, Zhen, -- 1955-2000 -- Exhibi
Statement[editing, Ilse Lafer ; text, Gerald Matt, Isle Lafer ; translations, Wolfgang Astelbauer].
ContributionsLafer, Ilse., Matt, Gerald., Kunsthalle Wien., Museo d"arte moderna e contemporanea di Trento e Rovereto.
LC ClassificationsN7349.C46 A4 2007
The Physical Object
Pagination224 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL23734995M
ISBN 139783939738312
LC Control Number2008500044

Chinese installation artist Chen Zhen pairs East, West, old, and new with surprising results. Using such objects as traditional Chinese furniture, abacuses, Chinese gaming tables, as well as discarded clothing and electronic equipment, Zhen ingeniously plays on Buddhist imagery and ancient parables.5/5(1).

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Zhen Chen is Research Fellow of the Innovative Design and Construction for People Project at the University of Reading.

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He is the author of more than 70 research publications and reports on construction engineering and management topics. His previous Chen Zhen book include Intelligent Methods in Construction and Handbook of Building by: 4. Chen Chen was born in Xiamen, China, and grew up in Massachusetts.

The recipient of the A. Poulin, Jr. Poetry Prize, he has been awarded fellowships from Kundiman, the Saltonstall Foundation, and Lambda Literary. Inhe was a finalist for the Ruth Lilly /5.

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His work thrived from his singular and intense life experience of migrating and working across different continents and cultures. Essays. A conversation between Chen Zhen and Zhu Xian.

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Chen Zhen () was a Chinese-French conceptual artist known for his large-scale sculptures and installations such as La Danse de la fontaine émergente in Paris.

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As a spiritual record about kinship, friendship, family, career, reputation and belief, this book records the adventures as Chen Kun leading ten undergraduate students to walk to Tibet.5/5(2).

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Chen Zhen, and 2 or 3 like-minded friends in the student brigade, Through the eyes of a Chinese student, sent to Inner Mongolia as part of a volunteer program during the Cultural Revolution, we see a nomadic way of life as it has existed for centuries and as it is on the verge of it's death before encroaching masses of Chinese seeking land and 4/5.

Wolf Totem is narrated by the main character, Chen Zhen, a Chinese man in his late twenties who, like the author, left his home in Beijing, China to work in Inner Mongolia during the Cultural : Jiang Rong (pseudonym). After a tragedy in the Huo family, Chen Zhen and Huo Dong Jue, the last descendant of Huo family, take refuge in Beiping from Shanghai.

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Chen Zhen was born in Shanghai in and died in Paris in December Since his early passing, interest in his artistic production has anything but waned--he is increasingly visible as both an irreplaceable talent unto himself and a missing piece in the increasingly widely acclaimed Chinese avant-garde.

His admirers have founded the Association of the Friends of Chen Zhen, whose roster. Chen Zhen () was among the members of the Chinese avant-garde who chose exile over political repression.

Inhe left home for Paris, where, after a few years of seclusion, he began to show pioneering work he called "open sculpture," which found swift international acclaim.

Chen Zhen's pieces often presented utopias of multicultural dialogue, poetic landscapes full of unusual. Chen Zhen. [Zhen Chen; Jean Hubert Martin; Padiglione d'arte contemporanea (Milan, Italy)] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Zhen Chen; Jean Hubert Martin; Padiglione d'arte contemporanea (Milan, Italy) Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number.

Chen Zhen: Catalogue Raisonné (2 volumes) Published by Skira editore. This catalogue includes not only the collection of the artist’s works but it is also focused on the vision and overall thoughts of Chen Zhen.

The work of the artist is presented in chronological order. Li Shih-chen Li Shizhen (July 3,  – ), courtesy name Dongbi, was a Chinese acupuncturist, herbalist, naturalist, pharmacologist, physician, and writer of the Ming dynasty.

His major contribution to clinical medicine was his year work, which is found in his scientific book Compendium of Born: July 3,Qizhou Town, Qichun County, Hubei. ISBN: OCLC Number: Language Note: Text in Italian and English. Notes: Catalog of an exhibition held in Galleria continua, San Gimignano, in   During the last five years of his life, Chen Zhen expended his energies to create a body of work that poetically articulated his knowledge of traditional Chinese culture and Western avant-garde art.

Born in Shanghai inChen grew up during the tumultuous years of the Cultural Revolution. When China transitioned out of that era, he became interested in combining traditional Chinese. The largest part of the book is a description with pictures of Chen Zheng Lei’s New Frame forms, (xinjia yilu & erlu.) While it can be argued that this type of section has been surpassed by the several DVD’s available on this form, it does provide a substantial and useful set of notes both to someone learning the form and revising it.

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Search. Author/Artist etc.: chen min zhen. Edit Your Search. Results (1 - 30). ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Chen Zen: a Tribute, catalogue published to accompany the exhibition organized by P.S.1. This exhibition--titled "Les pas silencieux" (The Silent Steps), after an artist's book made by Chen Zhen in brings together a selected body of twenty works dating from between andwhen Chen died.

Its centerpiece is a reinstallation of Field of Synergy, Li Shizhen, Wade-Giles romanization Li Shih-chen, (bornChina—died ), Chinese scholar of the Ming dynasty (–) who compiled a highly influential materia medica, the Bencao gangmu (Compendium of Materia Medica), which described 1, drugs and presented directions for preparing s prescriptions.

Completed inthe book was in part a compilation of other smaller. Dr. Qiang Chen is a National Board registered acupuncturist and Chinese Medicine practitioner in Canberra, Australia. He is also the author of the self-help book, The Energy Book, to optimising body's self-healing mechanism and a teacher of Tai Chi and Qi Gong since ISBN: X: OCLC Number: Language Note: Includes entries in French.

Notes: "This volume is published on the occasion of the exhibition 'Chen Zhen. Chen Zhen changes his name to Cheng Zhen and works as a handyman in the Fang family to hideaway.

However, the conflict between the yarn factory and Hong Kou Dojo, and the Japanese invasion make.