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How Chen Zhen’s Massive, Inner-Tube Dragon Took Shape at the Guggenheim

Installing Chen Zhen’s Precipitous Parturition at the Guggenheim. Photo: David Heald

Artist Chen Zhen’s monumental installation Precipitous Parturition—made of bicycle parts—embodies ideas of societal and cultural transformation in China.

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2018-01-15T07:04:21+00:00January 15th, 2018|Categories: Inspiration, News|Tags: |
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