This first monograph on the Chinese contemporary conceptual artist Ni Haifeng examines the development of his work since the mid-80s and focuses on his main subject matter of representation, dislocation and cultural identity. Known originally for his large-scale installations, which combine painting and sculpture, Haifeng has included video and photography in his repertoire since settling in Amsterdam in 1994.
|Title:||Ni Haifeng: No Man's Land||Publisher:||Artimo|
|Author:||Marianne Brouwer, Roel Arkesteijn, Ni Haifeng|
|No. of Pages:||96|
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