CfPs for two upcoming issues of the Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art (JCCA)

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I currently serve on the editorial board for the Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, so I’m happy to announce that JCCA is currently soliciting submissions for two exciting new Issues slated to be published in 2017 under incoming Principal Editor Jiang Jiehong.

We would like to request that scholars submit abstracts for Issue 4.1, ‘The World of Art Museums in China’, to the following address by Wednesday 1 June: ccva@bcu.ac.uk

You can find out more about the scope of this Issue here.

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We would also like to request submissions to the same address for Issue 4.2 & 3,‘Making the New World: The Arts of China’s Cultural Revolution’, by Friday 1 July. Find out about this Issue here.

 

Aims and Scopes
The Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art is a scholarly forum for new research into and critical debate on the subject of contemporary Chinese art. The journal welcomes contributions that address contemporary art produced in mainland China, Hong Kong-Macau and Taiwan as well as in relation to diasporic and trans-national Chinese cultural communities world-wide. The journal also welcomes contributions that address the relationship between Chinese cultural thought and practice and contemporary art of non-Chinese origin. The journal is open to non-standard contributions such as photographic essays and conversations for publication alongside its more usual peer-reviewed content.

Areas of research and debate that the journal will explore include, but are by no means limited to:
  • Contemporary art with a relationship to Chinese society, culture and history
  • Art-historical and critical writing related to the reception of contemporary Chinese art
  • Curatorial theory and practice related to the exhibition/display of contemporary      Chinese art
  • Contemporary Chinese aesthetics (as seen from Chinese and non-Chinese cultural perspectives)
  • The contemporary Chinese art market
  • Issues of historical importance to the development of contemporary Chinese art (e.g. cultural interaction and exchange between China and the West prior to the emergence of contemporary Chinese art)