"I always insist that the artist must be given carte blanche."

Nash, Deborah
July 2008
Art Newspaper;Jul/Aug2008, Vol. 17 Issue 193, p35
An interview with conceptual artist Huang Yong Ping is presented. When asked how did he become a Dadaist in the 1980s, he says they emerged against the background of the '85 New Wave movement. He describes the reaction of the visitors to his retrospective at the Ullens Center in Beijing, China, as well as the dangers in creating production-line works for foreign buyers.


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