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Mahjong: Contemporary Chinese Art from the Sigg Collection

Mahjong Press Room

For information on Mahjong, please contact Leah Marks, Communications Coordinator, at (510) 642-8691 or leahmarks@berkeley.edu.



Mahjong Press Releases

Click the links below to read press releases about the Mahjong exhibition.

Public Programs for Mahjong: Contemporary Chinese Art from the Sigg Collection (August 28, 2008)

Mahjong Press Release (in Chinese) / Mahjong Zhongwen Xinwengao (PDF)

Mahjong: Contemporary Chinese Art from the Sigg Collection (May 8, 2008)

Mahjong Press Coverage

Click the links below to read press coverage about the Mahjong exhibition.

Chinese Take Out, Last Course (Time blog, October 9, 2008)

Chinese Take Out (Time blog, October 8, 2008)

Insiders’ Views of China’s Art (San Francisco Chronicle, October 7, 2008)

Mahjong (in Chinese) (SingTaoUSA.com, October 4, 2008)

Mahjong Gala (San Francisco Chronicle, September 21, 2008)

Mahjong (in Mandarin) (Phoenix TV, September 20, 2008)

Charting China’s Post-Mao History Through Its Art (The Berkeleyan, September 18, 2008)

Mao and Coca-Cola (San Francisco Bay Guardian, September 17, 2008)

Interview with Julia White (in Mandarin) (KTSF Channel 26, September 3, 2008)

Interview with Julia White (in Cantonese) (KTSF Channel 26, September 3, 2008)

A Letter from Uli Sigg (ArtZineChina.com, September 2008)

Julia White on the Sigg Collection (ArtZineChina.com, September 2008)

Mahjong (in Chinese) (SingTaoUSA.com, August 29, 2008) (PDF)

Mahjong (in Chinese) (usqiaobao.com, August 21, 2008)

Mahjong (in Chinese) (Beijing Youth Daily website, June 18, 2008)

Anti-Revolutionary Art: The Sigg Collection Tracks the Rise of Chinese Modernism (California, May/June 2008)

Mahjong: Contemporary Chinese Art from the Sigg Collection is supported in part by Carmen M. Christensen; the Wakerling and Bei Shan Tang Endowments; Barclay and Sharon Simpson; Rena Bransten; Bonhams & Butterfields, Auctioneers & Appraisers; Wen-hsin Yeh and James C. Sha; Gwong-yih and Angela Lee; The Alafi Family Foundation; Joachim and Nancy Bechtle; The Blakemore Foundation; City National Bank; Tecoah and Tom Bruce; Nancy Livingston and Fred Levin/The Shenson Foundation; and other generous donors.

Education programs are made possible by the generous support of The W.L.S. Spencer Foundation, the Consortium for the Arts at UC Berkeley, Ginger and Moshe Alafi, Barclay and Sharon Simpson, Judy Webb, and other generous donors.