A scholar, artist, and independent curator, Zheng Shengtian is the managing editor of Yishu, a journal of contemporary Chinese art. He has curated numerous exhibitions, most recently Art and China’s Revolution at the Asia Society Museum, New York. For this program, Zheng discusses the provocative work of Sun Yuan and Peng Yu.
In conjunction with Hammer Projects: Sun Yuan and Peng Yu.
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