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Introduction
Fang Lijun (Chinese: 方力钧; born 1963) is an artist based in Beijing [1]. He was born into a wealthy family with a high social status. In the 1990s, there was a cultural movement in China referred to as Cynical Realism of which Fang Lijun was a member. Living in China during this critical time shaped his worldview in terms of his views on art, human values and morality.
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Nationality
Chinese
Gender
Male
Roles
Artist, Painter
Names
Fang Lijun, Lijun Fang, 方力钧
Ulan
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