First Catalogue Raisonné ever to be published on a Chinese contemporary artist
A lavishly produced 400-page volume compiled with the artist’s full participation and authorization
Presenting Liu Ye’s diverse body of works of nearly 300 paintings created from the early 1990s to today
Documenting the joined research of over 100 museums, institutions, art professionals and collectors from around the world
The definitive record of one of the most important and esteemed artist in the Chinese contemporary art landscape
Edited by Christoph Noe
Texts by Paul Moorhouse, Philip Tinari, and Zhu Zhu
400 pages, Hardcover, Clothbound
English and Chinese
EUR 58/RMB 480/HKD 580
Published by Hatje Cantz in October 2015
Christoph Noe, is an art market entrepreneur, advisor and expert on Chinese contemporary art. He has organized and facilitated a number of international exhibitions and edited and coedited various books, including Young Chinese Artists and a monograph on Chen Ke. As cofounder of Larry’s List, he published the Art Collector Report 2014, the most comprehensive survey on the contemporary art collector.
Paul Moorhouse is a 20th Century Curator at the National Portrait Gallery, London. Before that, he was a Senior Curator of Modern and Contemporary Art at the Tate. He writes extensively on twentieth century art and has curated exhibitions and written on several contemporary artists incl. Cindy Sherman and Bridget Riley.
Philip Tinari is a writer, curator, and director of the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing. He previously served as China advisor to Art Basel, founding editor of Artforum’s Chinese and lecturer at the Central Academy of Fine Arts. He has written and spoken extensively on contemporary art and serves on various advisory boards.
Zhu Zhu, the poet, curator, and art critic is the recipient of the Chinese Contemporary Art Awards—Critic Award, 2011. His works have been translated into English, French, Italian, and Japanese. He has published various poems, essays, and reviewed collections in multiple languages.
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