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Wang Dongling Discusses His Works in Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China

Wang Dongling discusses his abstract paintings Untitled (1999), Being Open and Empty (2005), and Dark (Heaven) and Yellow (Earth) (2005), as part of the artist interview series conducted for the special exhibition Ink Art: Past as Present in Contemporary China.

Credits

Directors: Maxwell K. Hearn and Chris Noey

Producer: Howard Silver

Videography: Jessica Glass, Howard Silver, Scott Sinkler, and Marina Zarya

Interviewer: Xin Wang

Editors: Xin Wang and Marina Zarya

Production Assistant: Marina Zarya

© The Metropolitan Museum of Art

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