Contemporary artist Lin Jingjing was recently interviewed by Tate Research Centre: Asia as part of their research on Chinese female artists.
During the conversation, Lin commented:
"To be honest, hardly anyone pays much attention to women artists or tries to understand the situation they face in China. Sometimes there are exhibitions of female artists, but they do not really shed any light on anything. The curator simply puts together artworks by women artists without drawing anything meaningful connections between their works.[...] I think people need to focus more on the way in which women do things, or the ways in which women do things that surpass gender, since many things are completely unrelated to gender."
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