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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Daria Kholstinina
Traditions and Modernity in Chinese Painting of the late 90s XX th – the Beginning of the XXI Century
Asian and African Studies
(Bachelor’s programme)
2018
The proposed work is devoted to the history and development of Chinese modern art at the cusp of the late 90s - the beginning of the XXI century.

The purpose of the work is to study the history of the development of modern

Chinese painting in the world on the example of the most famous Chinese artists. The stated goal was to solve the following scientific problems:

1. The study of the history of the emergence of the direction of "Chinese modern painting."

2. The study of the history of the emergence and formation of Chinese modern art, as well as which historical events influenced its formation.

3. Analysis of the biographies of the main representatives of contemporary painting in China and their most famous works.

4. The study of the emergence of art schools, the time of their appearance and what impact they had on the main artists of Chinese modern painting.

5. The study of the main modern stages of development of Chinese modern painting.

Based on the study, it can be concluded that the birth of Chinese modern painting originated in China in September 1976, after the death of Mao Zedong. After these events in December 1978, a new era begins in the development of art, based on a policy of consolidated thinking and a practical search for truth, which gives rise to modern Chinese art and painting in particular, which is still relevant today

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