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A generation of artists deeply marked by the Tiananmen Square massacre, globalization and the liberalization of China's economy is at the heart of a new exhibition at New York's Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum.Munroe insisted this show was not a comprehensive survey of Chinese contemporary art, but "Art and China after 1989: Theater of the World" does help "us understand the human impact of those changes".She organized the show along with Chinese contemporary art experts Philip Tinari of the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art in Beijing and Hou Hanru, artistic director of Rome's MAXXI museum.Many of the works have express political messages in the face of an authoritarian regime, created by artists often living and working outside of China.The show also explores the West's view of China and its art, the influence of man on his environment and the looming nuclear threat.
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