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Pottery Sculpture by Pan Bolin

This book is the catalogue of the exhibition, “Pottery Sculpture by Pan Bolin”. This exhibition includes examples of Pan Bolin’s recent work such as historical figures, scenes from operas, daily life, legends, and animals. Pan Bolin, born in Shiwan, is one of the most prominent artists working today. He studied at the Central Institute of Arts and Crafts, and the Central Academy of Fine Arts in Beijing, as well as the Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts. Pan’s style is unique. He addresses the clash of Chinese and Western culture, and topics such as garbage collectors, and other figures that have fallen into oblivion, yet he endeavours to infuse into his works a creative spirit unseen in the past.

284 pages | color illustrations throughout | 9 x 12

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