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Europe: Land of the Setting Sun

The London Festival of Europe compares European and Chinese art

Is Europe culture outdated and Beijing and the new Venice? The curators of the forthcoming exhibition of contemporary Chinese art at TATE Liverpool come together with the curators of the China Power Station exhibition at Battersea to discuss the extent of artistic interaction between Chinese and European artists, the role of the Chinese diaspora, and the new geography of art.

The debate will be followed by a reception and a special performance by MADforREAL


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Date and Time:

24 March 2007 at 3:00 pm


2 hours



Louise T Blouin Institute
3 Olaf Street
W11 4BE
0207 985 9600
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Organised by:

London Festival of Europe
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£10 (£5 conc.)

Available from:

Louise T Blouin Institute: call 020 7985 9600

Additional Information:

Part of the London Festival of Europe: a two week festival of European cultures. Full program on www.festivalofeurope.com

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