Hsiao Chin and Punto: Mapping Post War Avant Garde
Hsiao Chin has contributed immensely to the development of avant-garde art and the modern abstract movement in Asia. As a co-founder of Punto Movement in Milan during 1961-1966, Hsiao is the first and only post-war Chinese artist attempting to convey Eastern philosophical ideas and the concepts of mindfulness and self-contemplation in the Western pictorial language of abstraction. This book records 13 Punto exhibitions alongside in-depth articles and introduces his iconic oeuvres over the last six decades.
Dimensions: 290 x 240mm