Project 798 - New Art In New China: A Documentary by Lucius C. Kuert
Born in 1952 in Beijing, Huang Rui is one of the pioneers of Chinese Contemporary Art
and considered the founder of the '798 Art District'. Over the years his works have taken
on many forms and defy easy categorization.
As a leading intellectual, and vocal critic of the oppressive Communist regime he has
been imprisoned and exiled to Japan for more than 10 years.