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Philosophy and Art: Yun-Fei Ji

Three Gorges Dam Migration

Library Resources

BOOKS

To life! : eco art in pursuit of a sustainable planet / Linda Weintraub

ART N6494.E6 W45 2012

This book includes the essay, "Failings of an Engineering Triumph: Yun-Fei Ji (China)"  starting on p.216.

Vitamin D : new perspectives in drawing

  ART NC96 .V58 2005

Vitamin D offers a fresh and pioneering overview of the current state and underlying significance of drawing as an artistic medium. It highlights the work of 109 up-and-coming artists, selected by some of the world's foremost critics and curators of today for their unique outlook. - from the publisher's summary.  Yun-Fei Ji is one of the featured artists.

Displacement : the Three Gorges Dam and contemporary Chinese art / Wu Hung

N7345.6 .W842008 [at Bates]

 

ARTICLES

Search ArtSource  and ARTbibliographies Modern for Yun-Fei Ji's Three Gorges Dam Migration.  By: Siegel, Katy. Art Journal, Fall2010, Vol. 69 Issue 3, p73-78,  and other scholarly articles on this artist.

Search ProQuest Newsstand for news articles.

 

RECORDED SPEECH

[Skowhegan lecture archive] 2008 [sound recording] / Yun-fei Ji

 Skowhegan LACD Ji, Y. 2008  v.1 and 2

Chinese-born painter Yun Fei Ji talks about his early years in China and subsequent move to the United States, and explains the political commentary embedded in his works, which derive in style and technique from traditional Chinese painting, and deal with the effects of various Chinese government mandates on the citizenry

Web Resources

Information on the artist from:

MoMA  - Museum of Modern Art

Facebook

UCCA  - Ullens Center for Contemporary Art  (Notice that many of the links to this museum in Beijing are down.)

The Guardian newspaper


Video portrait of artist Yun-Fei Ji produced by Philip Dolin, Particle Productions, Inc.

 .   Uploaded October 2, 2008

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