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Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Yang Fudong: No Snow on the Broken Bridge

Yang Fudong’s No Snow on the Broken Bridge is a subliminally beautiful black and white multi-screen film that explores the lives of the generation of young Chinese intellectuals who have grown up in a country hurtling toward modernisation. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in May of 2011, No Snow on the Broken Bridge laments the last days of winter as the snow ceases to fall. The book has an over white feel to evoke the feeling of a snowy winter. The cover features softly falling white type printed on Chinese silk.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Yang Fudong: No Snow on the Broken Bridge

Yang Fudong’s No Snow on the Broken Bridge is a subliminally beautiful black and white multi-screen film that explores the lives of the generation of young Chinese intellectuals who have grown up in a country hurtling toward modernisation. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in May of 2011, No Snow on the Broken Bridge laments the last days of winter as the snow ceases to fall. The book has an over white feel to evoke the feeling of a snowy winter. The cover features softly falling white type printed on Chinese silk.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Yang Fudong: No Snow on the Broken Bridge

Yang Fudong’s No Snow on the Broken Bridge is a subliminally beautiful black and white multi-screen film that explores the lives of the generation of young Chinese intellectuals who have grown up in a country hurtling toward modernisation. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in May of 2011, No Snow on the Broken Bridge laments the last days of winter as the snow ceases to fall. The book has an over white feel to evoke the feeling of a snowy winter. The cover features softly falling white type printed on Chinese silk.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Yang Fudong: No Snow on the Broken Bridge

Yang Fudong’s No Snow on the Broken Bridge is a subliminally beautiful black and white multi-screen film that explores the lives of the generation of young Chinese intellectuals who have grown up in a country hurtling toward modernisation. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in May of 2011, No Snow on the Broken Bridge laments the last days of winter as the snow ceases to fall. The book has an over white feel to evoke the feeling of a snowy winter. The cover features softly falling white type printed on Chinese silk.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Yang Fudong: No Snow on the Broken Bridge

Yang Fudong’s No Snow on the Broken Bridge is a subliminally beautiful black and white multi-screen film that explores the lives of the generation of young Chinese intellectuals who have grown up in a country hurtling toward modernisation. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in May of 2011, No Snow on the Broken Bridge laments the last days of winter as the snow ceases to fall. The book has an over white feel to evoke the feeling of a snowy winter. The cover features softly falling white type printed on Chinese silk.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Yang Fudong: No Snow on the Broken Bridge

Yang Fudong’s No Snow on the Broken Bridge is a subliminally beautiful black and white multi-screen film that explores the lives of the generation of young Chinese intellectuals who have grown up in a country hurtling toward modernisation. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in May of 2011, No Snow on the Broken Bridge laments the last days of winter as the snow ceases to fall. The book has an over white feel to evoke the feeling of a snowy winter. The cover features softly falling white type printed on Chinese silk.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Yang Fudong: No Snow on the Broken Bridge

Yang Fudong’s No Snow on the Broken Bridge is a subliminally beautiful black and white multi-screen film that explores the lives of the generation of young Chinese intellectuals who have grown up in a country hurtling toward modernisation. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in May of 2011, No Snow on the Broken Bridge laments the last days of winter as the snow ceases to fall. The book has an over white feel to evoke the feeling of a snowy winter. The cover features softly falling white type printed on Chinese silk.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Yang Fudong: No Snow on the Broken Bridge

Yang Fudong’s No Snow on the Broken Bridge is a subliminally beautiful black and white multi-screen film that explores the lives of the generation of young Chinese intellectuals who have grown up in a country hurtling toward modernisation. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in May of 2011, No Snow on the Broken Bridge laments the last days of winter as the snow ceases to fall. The book has an over white feel to evoke the feeling of a snowy winter. The cover features softly falling white type printed on Chinese silk.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Yang Fudong: No Snow on the Broken Bridge

Yang Fudong’s No Snow on the Broken Bridge is a subliminally beautiful black and white multi-screen film that explores the lives of the generation of young Chinese intellectuals who have grown up in a country hurtling toward modernisation. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in May of 2011, No Snow on the Broken Bridge laments the last days of winter as the snow ceases to fall. The book has an over white feel to evoke the feeling of a snowy winter. The cover features softly falling white type printed on Chinese silk.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Yang Fudong: No Snow on the Broken Bridge

Yang Fudong’s No Snow on the Broken Bridge is a subliminally beautiful black and white multi-screen film that explores the lives of the generation of young Chinese intellectuals who have grown up in a country hurtling toward modernisation. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in May of 2011, No Snow on the Broken Bridge laments the last days of winter as the snow ceases to fall. The book has an over white feel to evoke the feeling of a snowy winter. The cover features softly falling white type printed on Chinese silk.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Yang Fudong: No Snow on the Broken Bridge

Yang Fudong’s No Snow on the Broken Bridge is a subliminally beautiful black and white multi-screen film that explores the lives of the generation of young Chinese intellectuals who have grown up in a country hurtling toward modernisation. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in May of 2011, No Snow on the Broken Bridge laments the last days of winter as the snow ceases to fall. The book has an over white feel to evoke the feeling of a snowy winter. The cover features softly falling white type printed on Chinese silk.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Yang Fudong: No Snow on the Broken Bridge

Yang Fudong’s No Snow on the Broken Bridge is a subliminally beautiful black and white multi-screen film that explores the lives of the generation of young Chinese intellectuals who have grown up in a country hurtling toward modernisation. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in May of 2011, No Snow on the Broken Bridge laments the last days of winter as the snow ceases to fall. The book has an over white feel to evoke the feeling of a snowy winter. The cover features softly falling white type printed on Chinese silk.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Yang Fudong: No Snow on the Broken Bridge

Yang Fudong’s No Snow on the Broken Bridge is a subliminally beautiful black and white multi-screen film that explores the lives of the generation of young Chinese intellectuals who have grown up in a country hurtling toward modernisation. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in May of 2011, No Snow on the Broken Bridge laments the last days of winter as the snow ceases to fall. The book has an over white feel to evoke the feeling of a snowy winter. The cover features softly falling white type printed on Chinese silk.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Yang Fudong: No Snow on the Broken Bridge

Yang Fudong’s No Snow on the Broken Bridge is a subliminally beautiful black and white multi-screen film that explores the lives of the generation of young Chinese intellectuals who have grown up in a country hurtling toward modernisation. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in May of 2011, No Snow on the Broken Bridge laments the last days of winter as the snow ceases to fall. The book has an over white feel to evoke the feeling of a snowy winter. The cover features softly falling white type printed on Chinese silk.

sherman-scaf.org.au

Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation
Yang Fudong: No Snow on the Broken Bridge

Yang Fudong’s No Snow on the Broken Bridge is a subliminally beautiful black and white multi-screen film that explores the lives of the generation of young Chinese intellectuals who have grown up in a country hurtling toward modernisation. Exhibited at the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in May of 2011, No Snow on the Broken Bridge laments the last days of winter as the snow ceases to fall. The book has an over white feel to evoke the feeling of a snowy winter. The cover features softly falling white type printed on Chinese silk.

sherman-scaf.org.au