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Song Dong

Printing on Water (Performance in the Lhasa River, Tibet, 1996) 印水, 1996

Thirty-six chromogenic prints
23 3/4 × 15 3/4 in
60.3 × 40 cm
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The Metropolitan Museum of Art
New York
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宋冬 印水
Each 23 3⁄4 × 15 3⁄4 in. (60.5 × 39.9 cm)

宋冬 印水
Each 23 3⁄4 × 15 3⁄4 in. (60.5 × 39.9 cm)

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Photographs by Eugenia Burnett Tinsley
Song Dong
Chinese, b. 1966
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In his wide-ranging practice, Song Dong explores ideas of memory, impermanence, and the value of …

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In his wide-ranging practice, Song Dong explores ideas of memory, impermanence, and the value of human expression within the context of China’s rapidly changing society. In 2005 he first exhibited Waste Not, an installation showcasing more than 10,000 objects accumulated by his late mother—everything from pots to …

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About the work
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Provenance
The Metropolitan Museum of Art
New York
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宋冬 印水
Each 23 3⁄4 × 15 3⁄4 in. (60.5 × 39.9 cm)

宋冬 印水
Each 23 3⁄4 × 15 3⁄4 in. (60.5 × 39.9 cm)

Image rights
Photographs by Eugenia Burnett Tinsley
Song Dong
Chinese, b. 1966
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In his wide-ranging practice, Song Dong explores ideas of memory, impermanence, and the value of …

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In his wide-ranging practice, Song Dong explores ideas of memory, impermanence, and the value of human expression within the context of China’s rapidly changing society. In 2005 he first exhibited Waste Not, an installation showcasing more than 10,000 objects accumulated by his late mother—everything from pots to …

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Song Dong

Printing on Water (Performance in the Lhasa River, Tibet, 1996) 印水, 1996

Thirty-six chromogenic prints
23 3/4 × 15 3/4 in
60.3 × 40 cm
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