Chen Qiulin. One Hundred Names. - Art Collector

Courtesy: the artist and Shepparton Art Museum

SAM welcomes Chinese contemporary artist Chen Qiulin and the exhibition One Hundred Names. This exhibition, developed in collaboration with 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney offers a rare survey of over a decade of work by this multidisciplinary artist.

Using a combination of photography, video, installation and performance, Chen investigates the contradictions that arise when a country tries both to maintain tradition, and to develop rapidly. Her work examines how migration, displacement, and urban development disrupt traditional Chinese ancestry, culture and way of life. While the unusually rapid development of China highlights these issues, they are not unique to China, and reflect stories and experiences shared by many others in the developing world.

Exhibition opens: Saturday 4 June 2016
Exhibition closes: 4 July 2016
Location: SAM, 70 Welsford St, Shepparton, VIC, 3630
Contact: 03 5832 9861

About Shepparton Art Museum

The Shepparton Art Museum has an active exhibitions program that includes curated, local community and touring exhibitions.

The Shepparton Art Museum presents a permanent exhibition that tells the story of Australian ceramics, in addition to the Art Museum's superb collection of Australian paintings and works on paper.

A significant aspect of SAM's work is the biennial Sidney Myer Fund Australian Ceramic Award and the national Indigenous Ceramic Art Award.

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