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Shanghai has grown ever since Deng Xiaoping declared the city as the “Head of the Dragon” in 1992, effectively making it the economic motor for the entire country. Housing developments multiply with breathtaking speed; entire districts are demolished, the residents are relocated, multilevel roads are built into the cityscape as new districts are selected for development.
This book documents the exhibition and conference “Shanghai (Urban Public) Space” held in 2008 and curated by Anke Haarmann, presenting the works of the participating Chinese and German artists and putting them in the context of theoretical and narrative text contributions. Authors and artists are among others Pu Jie, Wang Wei, Dieter Hassenpflug, Sonia Schoon, Rufina Wu and Stefan Canham.
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2009, ISBN 978-87-635-3108-5, hft