In exchange for a booming economy, China has paid a steep price to carve a spot on the global financial stage. It’s been a bitter pill for many Chinese to swallow since pictures of Ronald McDonald and Colonel Sanders began to outnumber those of Chairman Mao on Beijing streets. A new generation of Chinese artists has taken as their theme the Western corruption of their society and created a niche in the international art market. Tonight at 7 at ArtSpace Virginia Miller Galleries,... More >>>