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Gu Wenda Discusses His Work in Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China

Gu Wenda discusses his works Mythos of Last Dynasty Series: Negative and Positive Characters (1984–85), Tranquility Comes from Meditation (1985), and I Evaluate Characters Written by Three Men and Three Women (1985), as part of the artist interview series conducted for the special exhibition Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China.

Credits

Producers: Chris Noey and Howard Silver

Camera Operators: Jessica Glass and Scott Sinkler

Interviewer: Xin Wang

Editor: Marina Zarya

Scholarly Consultants: Maxwell K. Hearn and Xin Wang

© The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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