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Wang Guangyi

Martina Köppel-Yang, a writer and curator, based in Paris, contributed a chapter - 75% Red, 20% Black and 5% White: Pop Aesthetics in Post-Revolutionary China - to Pop Art and Vernacular Cultures (2007) edited by Kobena Mercer. One of four books in a series titled Annotating Art’s Histories, jointly published by The MIT Press, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts and Iniva the Institute of International Visual Arts, London. The chapter was illustrated with a number of images, including Wang Guangyi, Mao Zedong - Black Grid, 1988 and Great Criticism - Coca Cola, 1992.

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Book relating to a publication, 2007