Gods, breasts and Britney: Chinese artist reflects on youth identity in globalized, post-internet world
The Chinese artist Chen Tianzhuo has created works that incorporate a lamb carcass, an inflatable doll, Hindu and Buddhist iconography, and hip-hop culture in order "to portray himself as part of a globalized, post-internet world, where the words ‘east’ and ‘west’ have become increasingly meaningless."
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