He had his own remarkable career, first as a Yorkshire and Leicestershire batsman, from 1956 to 1964, then went on to umpire in 66 Test matches.
The exhibition also features a new film about his life, in conversation with BBC Look North's Harry Gration, explains the rules of the game, including the umpire's hand signals and you can even try on a famous Dickie Bird trademark white flat cap and umpire's coat.
As such, these artists have enjoyed a more liberalized environment growing up in China with more freedom and opportunities than the previous generation of Chinese artists.
Also, these young people are products of the opening up of China and its rapidly expanding economy over the past three decades, which has allowed them more access to information about international art movements and expanded career advantages than their teachers and mentors had.
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Born 1939 in Chicago, ILLives in Taos, NM, and Los Angeles, CALarry Bell has exploited the transparency and reflectivity of glass to great effect since the beginning of his career, when he inserted a square piece of glass into a painting and titled it (1962).
Over the years, Bell has developed coating and laminating techniques in order to tint his sculptures or imbue them with metallic or smoky finishes.
In contrast, this younger generation offers a break from the past, looking towards a future that is rooted in internet culture and new media.
Most importantly, while past generations of Chinese artists made work asserting a Chinese identity, or "Chinese-ness", often situated in opposition to western culture, this younger generation was raised in a period of rapid globalization and refuses to be pigeon-holed by culture, politics, or geographic boundaries.
The exhibition investigates the sharp departure the artworks of this new generation make from those of the earlier generation that came to international attention in the 1990s.