Monday, September 30, 2013

Blending Cultures with Modern Art

After spending 20 years in the U.S. and receiving an MFA from University of Hawaii, Tian Wei has found an interesting way to blend his Chinese roots with his Western education.  In a recent interview with CCTV, Wei talks about the importance of his education at UH and the influence it has had in his artwork.  After spending so many years in the U.S, his art has not played a large part in the modern Chinese art scene.  Now that Wei has returned to Beijing, he is finding that his artwork provides a fresh outlook in the world of Chinese art today.

Click here to view the full interview online.

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