THE 1990S ARCHIVES PART II:“CITIES ON THE MOVE”

1997年,“运动中的城市”在维也纳分离派展览馆展出,刘庚煜、何利·多诺、王度、周铁海的作品

Work by Lee Bul,“Cities on the Move”, Installation view,Secession,Vienna,1997

Among the exhibitions in which Chinese curators and artists participated, “Cities on the Move” was the first to move beyond the traditional practice of defining artists by nationality and culture. Co-curator Hou Hanru realized that Hong Kong’s influence on the mainland included the realization that cultural narratives could be based on cities rather than nations. The Cold War led Asian cities to look within for a driving cultural force, and the mind-boggling change that resulted has generated a new social order masking incredible tension, leading to further introspection. Beginning 1997, each new location of the traveling exhibition Cities on the Move included new Asian artists and architects, allowing the project to continually evolve and reshape itself. (Translated by Frank Qian)

1997年,“运动中的城市”,在维也纳分离派展览馆展出,李昢的作品

Work by Liew Kung Yuk, Heri Dono, Wang Du, Zhou Tiehai,“Cities on the Move”, Installation view,Secession,Vienna,1997

1999年,“运动中的城市”在哥本哈根路易斯安那现代美术馆展出阿运·拉,挽猜哥和里克力·提拉瓦尼的作品

Work by Navin Rawanchaikul, Rirkrit Tiravanija,“Cities on the Move”, Installation view, Louisiana Museum of Modern Art,Copenhagen,1999

1999 年,“运动中的城市”在伦敦海沃德美术馆展出库哈斯设计事务所参展,的项目

Work by Rem Koolhaas/ Ole Scheeren/ OMA,“Cities on the Move”, Installation view, Hayward Gallery,London,1999

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