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Luo Brothers
crossroads:
branding, capitalism, consumerism, emptiness, globalisation, tradition
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (painting)
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Luo Wei Dong is the eldest of three siblings who work collaboratively as the Luo Brothers. They produce carnivalesque lacquer paintings and ink wash scrolls that reflect the disorientating reality of contemporary Chinese society.

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apartheid, branding, bureaucracy, capitalism, censorship, civil war, communication, conflict, corruption, democracy, dictatorship, history, human rights, politics
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (caricature, cartoon, comic, drawing, graffiti, installation art, performance)
Written and spoken word (criticism, debate)
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Perjovschi uses cartoons and comic illustration to comment on and satirize current social and political issues. His works vary in form from low budget photocopied pamphlets for high circulation to large scale installations.

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Dan Perjovschi

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branding, capitalism, consumerism, modernity, tradition
genre (subgenre):
Visual Arts (photography)
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Qingsong Wang works in documentary, staged and scroll photography, computer generated images and sculpture. He focuses on the contradictions of contemporary Chinese social reality generated by the country’s rapid economic development and from western influence. Many of his works critique the...

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Qingsong Wang