Mao, militancy and media
Daniel Dezeuze and China from scroll to (TV) screen
in Art, Global Maoism and the Chinese Cultural Revolution
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Sarah Wilson looks beyond the standard formalist readings of the artist Daniel Dezeuze’s work and follows his trajectory into the 1980s, when he participated in an official exchange visit to China; tracing the episode right up to the present, with the installation that Wilson proposed for the first Asian/fifth Guangzhou Triennale.

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