Shi Lu - An artist's story of survival
From Voices 28 April 2014
He was sentenced to death for his art and survived to paint on. Shi Lu (1919-82) was one of China’s most renowned masters of modern Chinese painting. Witness to the turmoil of China through its most turbulent revolutions and political times, Shi Lu spoke through his unique artistic vision. Lynda is at the launch of the once-in-a-life-time exhibition currently on display at Te Papa, meeting his daughter Shi Dan and observing the legacy of his extraordinary life and art.
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