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Toward the Modern Age Moving beyond Media, Borders, and Self‐Limitation―An Interview with Contemporary Chinese Artist Yang Ermin

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Affiliations: 1: Institute of Transcultural Studies, Beijing International Studies University, Beijing 100024, China

1 Yang Ermin 杨佴旻 was born in Quyang County, Hebei Province, P.R. China, and graduated from Nanjing University of the Arts with a doctor’s degree in aesthetics. He is presently working as a researcher at Chinese National Academy of Arts, as the Editor in Chief at, as the director of the Chinese Innovative Ink and Wash Painting Institute at Nanjing University of the Arts, as Chief Researcher at Tokyo Institute of Art and Design, in Tokyo, Japan, as a visiting research fellow at Saint Said Art Center in the US, and as a visiting professor at Hebei University in Baoding, China, etc. I have interviewed Dr. Yang several times during 2014 to 2016. The topics we discussed include Yang’s artistic development, the nostalgic feeling in his innovative ink wash paintings, cross-media writing, cross-border travels, self-transcendence, and modern retrospection of modern Chinese art.

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