- BRIDGING CHINESE
- Pisen Hong
- LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing
- Published Date:
- Paperback / softback
- Product Dim.:
- 8.66 H x 5.91 W (inches)
by Pisen Hong
Great gap in cultural variance lies between western & eastern paintings. Do they conflict with each other or can they marry and benefit each other? Little such literature exists. This book reveals a unique perspective to tackle this topic. Chinese artists practice in western settings in 3 ways. Most stick to their tradition or get fully westernized. A brave few endeavor to combine eastern & western paintings, resulting in creative works. This book shows an experience in bridging the two in 2 areas: aesthetic/philosophical integration & artistic processes interweaving, thus an innovative new hybrid of art works in contemporary western art context emerges. The research highlights intercultural interactions through multidirectional, multicultural & multimedia approaches. No similar experiments have taken place before. This research/experiment has generated positive thoughts in contemporary western art world. It is especially meaningful to main stream & diversified art/cultural communities in terms of mutual understanding & benefit, and to the general public fond of comparative studies of western & eastern arts and cultures.
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