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Arts & Entertainment - July 28, 2017

New Chinese narratives

Exhibition offers glimpse into China's contemporary art scene

by Chrissi Angeles

In its fifth exhibition to date, titled "Form Through Narrative: New Chinese Art," Pace Gallery in Palo Alto features the work of six modern Chinese artists. Each artist was educated in traditional modes of picture-making but gradually transformed their artistic practices to reflect more contemporary styles. The exhibition, on view until Aug. 27, is a chance to step into China's present-day art scene, where visitors can immerse themselves in each artist's individual story, communicated through acrylic, oil and porcelain.

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Freelance writer Chrissi Angeles can be emailed at [email protected]

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