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INTRODUCTORY NOTES:

This a teaching and initial research bibliography which has been established over a number of years with Australian students who have no access to vernacular language materials in mind. Obviously for deep research vernacular language speaking and reading ability is necessary, but this bibliography may also be useful for initial research by those without linguistic access to the art writings of the cultures concerned.
The bibliography is usually updated every other year, but such updating and the range of detail varies with particular interests and available resources. Since this work originates as a personal teaching bibliography for different courses which naturally include frequent reference to my own works, I include lists of these at three places. However, these can be deleted if required since most of the relevant texts are also included under section headings.
The most recent version is available as a PDF file via the website of the Department of Art History and Theory at: http://www.arts.usyd.edu.au/departs/arthistory/Courses%202002/pdf/Bibliography.pdf.

Some other information will be found under my personal details at:

http://www.arts.usyd.edu.au/departs/arthistory/department/general/jclark.html#anchor1773378
Please contact the author at enquiries@arthist.usyd.edu.au or at john.clark@arts.usyd.edu.au with any notable omissions or additions. It is desirable for speed and accuracy of updating if you can do so with a country-specific file of additions only saved in the same categories and in .rtf format for PC, and only if the text mentioned is available via reasonable international circulation. Thematic or artist titles should be preceded by the name in square brackets eg [Xu Bing], [Noumea] to facilitate A-Z sorting. At the minimum it should be held in a national library which can be accessed by international document request facilities. Some countries have valuable material in English but in obscure academic journals and some have extensive writings on modern art which are nonetheless difficult to access abroad because of small-volume and / or selective coterie circulation at home. But if they are both important and can be found by international document search, they should be included.
Entry is by Country, Topic, and Artist. In some sections which give works on specific artists, authors follow the name of the work or artist. Artists who cross cultural boundaries are generally given under contemporary art sections by their culture of origination, although there are no hard-and-fast rules for such affiliation, and some categories of overseas artists have been generated where there is sufficient material. There has been no attempt to restrict the bibliography to books alone, but obviously it is not possible to include too many journal articles, book reviews, or notes on particular exhibitions. Catalogues are usually included if little other material is available on a given artist or if they contain general essays. Since some works not dealing specifically with modern art also refer to its important proto-history in the 19th and early 20th centuries, they are also included here.
In general this bibliography seeks a balance between art historical quality, availability, and relevance. Thus texts of inadequate analytical or art historical reference have also been brought in since for some art cultures there is little other written work available in English. Many areas like modern history or writings on modern culture including literature are included on an ad hoc basis where these are available and seem useful, especially in areas where I have worked. Further suggestions for inclusion of materials adjacent to the field are welcome.
For Australia-only users of this bibliography:

Works given are mostly those available in Australia and chiefly at the Australian National University Library, National Library of Australia, The Canberra School of Art Library, University of Sydney Fisher Research and Schaeffer Fine Arts Libraries and private sources in Canberra and Sydney. In the Sydney area, after holdings of the University of Sydney Fisher Research and Schaeffer Fine Arts Libraries, the best source for some of this material is probably the Art Gallery of New South Wales library which may be used for reference during weekdays. In addition, the Fisher Research Library East Asian Collection is the only southern hemisphere recipient of an important and continuing annual donation of art catalogues via the Japan Art Catalogue Library. Details of these may be accessed off-campus by the library’s English on-line catalogue, as well as by CJK terminals if one is available in your library for full details. The catalogues are almost all in Japanese but frequently include plate titles and in some cases useful essays in English or other European languages. There are also quite extensive holdings of books on Asian Art at the State Library of New South Wales, and especially of pre-Second World War books on India, including important runs of early Indian art journals.
In Sydney, please check the Schaeffer Fine Arts Library desk copy of this bibliography for some location classification codes, but be aware these are so various as to make accurate and complete updating infeasible without extensive use of scarce librarian resources. For their assistance in updating this bibliography I am grateful to Michael Fitzhenry in 1999, to Helena Poropat in 2002, and particularly to Thomas Berghuis in 2003.
John Clark, May 2003.

CONTENTS

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INTRODUCTORY NOTES 2

CONTENTS 3-7

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GENERAL WORKS ON ASIA AS A REGION

1990's 8

2000+ 11

Web resources 13

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RELEVANT SERIALS IN ENGLISH 13

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NORTH-EAST ASIA
CHINA-GENERAL

Bibliographical Note 14

General Problems of Modernity and Art 14

Texts and Some terms in Chinese 15

Chinese art before the 20th century (selected texts) 15

Early contacts with European art 15

Chinacoast and Trade Paintings 16

Photography in China 17

Photography in China 1980s-1990s 17

Performance art in China 1980s-1990s 18
MAINLAND CHINA

Albums 18

Individual artists 18

Neo-traditional art [guohua] 25

Late Qing and Republican China Before 1949 25

Culture contact in NE China and Manchuria 25

Wartime Period and Yan’an Base Areas 27

1949-1966 27

Selected comparative texts on Socialist Realism 27

1966-1976 28

1976-1989 28

1989-2000 29

2000+ 34

Selected exhibitions in China - 1990s present 36

Selected Exhibitions outside China 38

Chinese Graphic Art since the late 19th century to 1949 39

Chinese Graphic Art after 1949 40

Selected works on Modern Chinese Intellectual and Political History before 1949 40

Selected works on Modern Chinese Intellectual and Political History after 1949 41

Women, gender and art 44

Web resources 44
CHINA-HONG KONG AND MACAO

General 45

Hong Kong Ink Painting 46

Oil painting, photography, prints and mixed media 47

Sculpture and Ceramics 47

Art in Hong Kong Art in 1990s 47

2000+ 48

Hong Kong photography 49
CHINA-TIBET 49
CHINA-TAIWAN/REPUBLIC OF CHINA 1946 –PRESENT

Japanese Colonial Period 49

General Works 49

1960s-1970s 50

1970s-1980s 50

1990s 50

Individual Artists 1960s-1990s 51

2000+ 53

Taiwan photography 54

Political and Intellectual History of Taiwan 54

Economy and Politics of Taiwan 54
CHINA-OVERSEAS

General Works 55
Modern Chinese Art: texts by John Clark 56

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JAPAN

General Works 57

Europeans in Meiji Japan 57

Japonisme 59

Photography 60

Meiji Art and Interaction with the ‘West’ 61

Nihonga: painting in ‘traditional’ Japanese style since Meiji 62

Prints since Meiji 63

1910s to 1930s 63

War: 1930s-1940s 65

Art since 1945, In General 65

1945 to mid-1960s 65

Late 1960s-1980s 66

1990s 67

2000+ 70

New Media 72

Crafts and Modern Design 73

Popular Culture including advertising 74

Popular visual culture including comics 75

Domestic Architecture 76

Japanese Cities [all periods] 76

General texts on Modern Architecture 77

Meiji Architecture 77

1920s-1940s Architecture 77

Architecture since 1945 78

Architecture and Design 79

Architectural Bibliographies 80

Science, Technology and their Representation 80
Selected Texts on cultural and intellectual history 80

Modern thought 82

History 83

Society 84

Literary representations 85
Web resources 85
Modern Japanese Art: texts by John Clark 86

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KOREA-REPUBLIC OF KOREA

General works 87

Colonial period 88

1980s-1990s 88

Individual Artists 89

2000+ 90
KOREA-DEMOCRATIC PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF KOREA 91

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SOUTH-EAST ASIA

S0utheast Asia modern art in general 91

Southeast Asian History 99

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MYANMAR / BURMA 92

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LAOS 93

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THAILAND

Historical Context

1780s to 1910s [Rama I to Rama V] 93

1910s to 1940s [Rama VI to Rama VIII] 94

1950s to present [Rama IX] 94

Politics and Society 95

Pre-Modern Thai Art (selected) 95

Pre-Modern Thai Painting (selected) 96

Thonburi & Ratanakosin (Rama I – Rama IV) 96

Ratanakosin (Rama V – Rama VIII) 97

After 1947 (Rama IX) 98

General works on neo-traditional art [plus group catalogues] 98

General works on modern Thai art 98

Architecture 99

Craft 99

Reference 100

Art Collections and Galleries 100

Selected major exhibitions in Thailand (by year) 100

Individual artists 103

Recent Thai art overall 108

Photography in Thailand 108

1980s 108

1990s 109

2000+ 110

Works on Modern Thai Literature in English 111

Thai mentalities including religion 111

Thai society 113

Thai economy 113

Film, T.V., and Modern Media 113

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CAMBODIA 114

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VIETNAM

Art in general 114

Art in the colonial period 114

Art in the war period 115

Cultural policies 115

General history 115

Women in Vietnam 115

Vietnamese literature 116

1990s and after 116

Individual artists 117

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INDONESIA

General Works 119

Art from late 19th century to 1945 119

Art from 1945-1965 120

Art since 1965 120

Art in the 1990s 121

Individual artists (including Bali) 122

2000+ 123

Bali 123

European images of Southeast and Indonesia 124

Craft Practices 124

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EAST TIMOR 124

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BRUNEI 125

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MALAYSIA

General works 125

Individual artists 125

1990s-2000+ 126

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SINGAPORE

General works 127

Individual artists 128

1990s- 2000+ 128

Works on History and Culture in Malaysia and Singapore 129

Selected exhibitions 130

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PHILIPPINES

General works 130

Individual artists 131

1990s 132

2000+ 133

Prints 134

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PACIFIC, OCEANIA, NEW ZEALAND 134

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PAPUA NEW GUINEA 136

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ASIAN ARTIST TRANSNATIONAL ACTIVITY- Australia

Individual Artists 136

Critical and Historical Studies 138

Exhibitions and reviews (selected) 139
Modernity in Asian Art, Australia, South Asia, Southeast Asia: texts by John Clark 140

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SOUTH ASIA
INDIA

General works 142

Art for the British 143

Urban popular graphic art in the 19th and 20th centuries 143

The British Art School System 144

Art for the Establishment 144

Fine Art Societies 145

Neo-traditional Painting 145

Nascent counter-establishment 146

Identity 147

The New Establishments 148

The folk and the modern 148

Style, Criticism, and Identity 149

The 1990s 150

2000+ 152

Indian Photography 153

Indian Artists abroad 153

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NEPAL 153

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HIMALAYAN BORDERLANDS: KASHMIR, BHUTAN, SIKKHIM 154

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PAKISTAN 154

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BANGLADESH 154

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SRI LANKA/CEYLON 155

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MONGOLIA 155

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CIS AND OTHER 156

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ASIAN ARTIST TRANSNATIONAL ACTIVITY

North America 156

Britain 160

Elsewhere in Europe 160

France 161

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PRE-HISTORIES OF EURAMERICAN MODERN ART 162

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EURAMERICAN THEORIES OF MODERNITY

Theories, Logics, Ideologies 162

Taxonomy and Evolutionary Speciation 162

Literary and Linguistic Theories 162

Cultural Hybridity and Cultural Comparison 163

Cultural Globalization 164

Theories of Art (selected) 164

Art Movements 166

Corporeal Theories (selected) 166

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ASIA, AFRICA, AND ISLAM IN PRE-MODERN EURAMERICAN ART 166

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NON-EURAMERICAN THEORIES AND POSITIONS ON MODERNITY IN ART

General 167

Africa 167

Australia 168

Islamic World 169

Meso- and South America 169

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POSTCOLONIALISM AND ‘THIRD’ CRITIQUES AT THE CENTRE 170

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GENERAL WORKS ON ASIAPACIFIC AS A REGION
1990s

[APT I] Hogan, J., ed., The First Asia-Pacific Triennal of Contemporary Art, Brisbane, Queensland Art Gallery, 1993. [for reviews and articles seeArtlink, 13, 3 & 4, November-March 1993/95; Art Monthly Australia 65, November 1993; Asian Art News, vol.3, no.6, November-December 1993; Hoffie, P., ‘1993 Asia Pacific Triennial’, Art & Asia Pacific, supplement to Art & Australia, September 1993; Walace, Linda, ‘The Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art’, Review, Art & Text 47, January 1994; Ewington, J., Nguyen Quan, Torres, E. in Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.2, 1994; Ewington, J., ‘Identity, Tradition & Change: Photography at the Asia-Pacific Triennale, Photofile, 40, 1994; correspondence: Art Monthly Australia, no.67, March 1994; no.68, April 1994, Roces, Marion Pastor, ‘A certain critical mass’, Art Monthly Australia, , no. 63, Nov 1993; Williamson, Claire, ‘Remapping the Asia-Pacific’, Art Monthly Australia, no.65, Nov 1993; Mendelssohn, Joanna, ‘Review: First Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art, Queeensland Art Gallery’, Artlink, Vol. 13, No.3&4, November-March 1993/94; Britton, Stephanie, ‘Review of the Conference Identity Tradition and Change: Contemporary Art of the Asia Pacific Region’, Artlink, Vol. 13, No.3&4, November-March 1993/94, Gallagher, Jane, , An analysis of critical categories operant in the Asia-Pacific Triennale, B.A. Unpublished Honours Thesis, Power Department of Fine Art, University of Sydney1994.]

[APT I] Turner, C., ed., Tradition and Change, Contemporary Art of Asia and the Pacific, Brisbane, University of Queensland Press, 1993.

[APT II] Turner, C., Devenport, R. eds., Present Encounters: papers from the conference of the Second Asia-Pacific Triennale of Contemporary Art, Brisbane, Queensland Art Gallery & Griffith University, 1996.

[APT II] Turner, C. & Devenport, Rhana, [Explanatory pull-out] in ART AsiaPacific, no.13, 1997; Turner, C. & Devenport, Rhana, [catalog] The Second Asia-Pacific Triennale of Contemporary Art, Brisbane, Queensland Art Gallery, 1996 [reports: Clark & Gutman, Flores, Mehta, Kent, in Eyeline: contemporary visual arts, no.32, summer 1996; McDonald in Sydney Morning Herald, 5th October 1996; Mendelsohn, Hall & McCulloch, Thomas, Turner, Howard, McCulloch, in Asian Art News, vol.7, no.1, Jan/Feb 1997; Gibson in Flash Art, Jan- Feb 1997; Stein in Art in America, June 1997; Ewington, Lee, Ushiroshoji, Losche in ART AsiaPacific, no.15, 1997 ].

[APT III] ; Artlink, Vol. 20, No. 2, July 2000, Special Issue, ‘the long stare: seeing contemporary asian art now’; Turner C., Low, M. eds, Beyond the Future: papers from the conference of the Third Asia-Pacific Triennale of Contemporary Art, Brisbane, Queensland Art Gallery & Griffith University, 1999; ; Taylor, Roger, ‘A dynamic of cultures’, Asian Art News, vol.9, no.6, 1999; Turner, Caroline; Hoffie, Pat; Carroll, Alison; and Raffel, Suhanya, ‘on understanding the Asia-Pacific Triennial’, Artlink, Vol. 20, No. 2, July 2000; Gibson, Jeff, ‘Third Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art’, Artforum International, Vol.38, Issue 5, January 2000; Fink, Hannah, “Fizzle’, Art AsiaPacific, 27, 2000; Jackson, Beth, ‘Improbable Architectures’, Art AsiaPacific, 27, 2000; Chiu, Melissa, ‘Duplicitous Dialogue’, Art AsiaPacific, 27, 2000 ; Carroli, Linda, ‘A virtual region’, Art AsiaPacific, 27, 2000; Low, Morris, ‘Hybrid transplants at the Queensland Art Gallery’, Artlink, Vol. 20, No. 2, July 2000; Miki, Akiko, “Evaluating the Asia-Pacific Triennial’, Artlink, Vol. 20, No. 2, July 2000; Ushiroshoji, Masahiro, ‘The APT and Fukuoka: a comparison’, Artlink, Vol. 20, No. 2, July 2000

[ARX 1992] ‘Artists Regional Exchange, Perth, April 1992: Four Views’: Binns, Vivienne, ‘Culture as Transformation’ ; Howard, Ian, ‘Towards a Legitimate Interest’; Kirker, Anne, ‘A Dialogue with Thailand’; and Jones, Adrian, ‘Managing ARX’, Artlink, Vol. 12, No.3, Spring 1992

‘Contemporary Arts of the Region: Australia and South East Asia’, Special Issue, Artlink, Vol. 13, No.3&4, November-March 1993/94; Jones, Adrian, ‘Artists’ Regional Exchange: The Next Wave’, Artlink, Vol. 13, No.3&4, November-March 1993/94

[ARX 5] Lee Weng Choy, ‘Misunderstanding art’, Art AsiaPacific, 23, 1999; Lenzi, Iola, ‘Process and Politics’, Art AsiaPacific, 23, 1999

[Fukuoka Ia] Asian Artists Exhibition Part I: Contemporary Asian Art Show, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Fine Arts Museum, 1980.

[Fukuoka Ib] Asian Artists Exhibition Part I: India, China & Japan, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Fine Arts Museum, 1979.

[Fukuoka II] 2nd Asian Art Show, Fukuoka; Special Section: Art of Bali, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Fine Arts Museum, 1985

[Fukuoka III] 3rd Asian Art Show, Fukuoka, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Fine Arts Museum, 1989.

[Fukuoka IV] 4th Asian Art Show Fukuoka: Realism as an Attitude, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Art Museum, 1994.

[Fukuoka] Fouser, Robert, ‘Asia as a state of mind’, Art AsiaPacific, 24, 1999; Murata, Makoto, ‘Asia as an Art Museum’, Art AsiaPacific, 24, 1999; Fukuoka Asian Art Museum Art Exchange Programs, Annual Report 99-00, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, 2000; Fukuka Asian Art Museum, Asian Collection 50: Fukuoka: Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, 2000; Fukuoka Asian Art Museum Art Exchange Programs, Annual Report 00-01, Fukuoka: Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, 2001; Jin, Matsuura, ‘Notes on Artist in Residence Program’, Winds of Artists in Residence 2001-, Fukuoka: Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, 2001; Fukuoka Asian Art Museum Art Exchange Programs, Annual Report 01-02, Fukuoka: Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, 2002

[Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale, I] Jin, Matsuura and Masae, Kamachi, The First Fukuoka Asian Art Trienale [The 5th Asian Art Show], Seminar: “Asian Art – Towards the 21st Century”, Fukuoka: Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, 1999; Jin, Matsuura and Masae, Kamachi, The 1st Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale 1999 [The 5th Asian Art Show]: Document of Art Exchange Programme, Fukuoka: Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, 1999; Kuroda, Raiji, The First Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale, Fukuoka: Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, 1999; Ushiroshoji, Masahiro, ‘The APT and Fukuoka: a comparison’, Artlink, Vol. 20, No. 2, July 2000

[Global Conceptualism] Global Conceptualism: Points of origin, 1950s–1980s, New York, Queens Museum of Art, 1999; Meyer, James, ‘Global Conceptualism’: Points of Origin, 1950s-1980s’, Artforum International, Vol.38, Issue 1, September1999

[NIPAF] ‘1998 Nipaf Asian Performance Art’, Art AsiaPacific, 22, 1999

[Nokia Art Awards] Jay, Sian E., ‘Emerging visions’, Asian Art News, vol.11, no2, 2001

[Polypolis] Seyfarth, Ludwig, ‘Asia in Color And in Black And White, Polypolis Exhibition Review, Asian Art News, vol. 12, no. 1, January/February 2002; Chang, Tsong-zung, ‘Outer Landscapes And Inner Dreams’, Polypolis Exhibition Review, Asian Art News, vol. 12, no. 1, January/February 2002

[Stuttgart] Hynes, Victoria, ‘Manifold Echoes’, Art AsiaPacific, 22, 1999

[Toi Toi Toi, Kassel 1999]Garrett, Louise ‘Toi Toi Toi’, Art AsiaPacific, 23, 1999

[1993] Blackall, Judith, ‘The Transit of Venice’, Art & Text 46, September 1993; Verzotti, Giorgio, ‘”Aperto 93”: The better biennale’, Artforum International, Vol.32, Issue 2, October 1993; McEvilley, Thomas, ‘1993 Venice Biennale: Venice the Menace’, Artforum International, Vol.32, Issue 2, October 1993

[Venice Biennale 1995] Lasschuyt, Helga, ‘The Venice Biennale Game’, Asian Art News, vol.5, no.5, Sep/Oct 1995.

[Venice Biennale, 1997] Bryson, Norman and Gilbert Rolfe, ‘XLVII Venice Biennale’, Art & Text 59, Nov. 1997-Jan. 1998; Kent, Rachel, ‘The Venice Biennale: Japan, Korea and Taiwan’, Art AsiaPacific,no.18, 1998.

[Venice Biennale 1999] Withers, Rachel, ‘Allied Forces’, Venice Biennial Review (CHECK), Artforum International, Vol.37, Issue 9, May 1999; Schwabsky, Barry, ‘48th Venice Biennale’, Art & Text 67, Nov. 1999-Jan. 2000

[Venice Biennale 2001] Clark, John, ‘Asian Artists at the 2001 Venice Biennale’, IIAS Newsletter November, no.26, 2001; Siegel, Katy, ‘Human, all too human, Venice Biennial Review, Artforum International, Vol.40, Issue 1, September 2001; Birnbaum, Daniel, ‘More is less’, Venice Biennial Review, Artforum International, Vol.40, Issue 1, September 2001; Pijnappel, Johan, ‘Asia at Venice’, Asian Art News, vol.12, no.1, 2002; Chua, Kevin, ‘ In Venetian Waters: Singapore at the 49th Venice Bienale’, Focas (Forum on Contemporary Art & Society), no.3, January 2002; Choy, Lee Weng, ‘Biennale Time and the Specters of Exhibition’, Focas (Forum on Contemporary Art & Society), no.3, January 2002

[Venice Biennale 2003] Vetrocq, Marica E., ‘New curator for the Venice Biennale’, Art in America, Vol. 90, Issue 5, May 2002; Vetrocq, Marica E., 'Venice Biennale takes shape', Art in America, Vol. 91, Issue 2, February 2003

ART AsiaPacific, Issue 37 (2003), Special Issue Asian Art Now: 21 Curators and Critics Profile 63 Contemporary Asian Artists

‘A New Cure for Asian Art Curators’, Asian Art News 9:4 1999

Asai, Toshihiro et al ed, Promenade in Asia: After Kitsch, Tokyo: Shiseidô/Mito: Art Tower Mito, 2001.

Asai, Toshihiro et al ed, Promenade in Asia: Cute, Tokyo: Shiseidô/Mito: Art Tower Mito, 2001.

‘Asia and Modernity’, Special Issue of Humanities Research, 2, 1999 with articles by Clark, Lilley, Low, Labrador, Sang.

‘Asian Art: Prospects for the Future.’ International Symposium 1999 with articles by Elliott, Davenport, Mashadi, Nakamura, Poshyananda, Rajah, Tatehata, Tokyo, Japan Foundation, 1999.

Asia Art Society, http://www.aaa.org.hk/links.html, Links to Online: Resources; Art Organisations;

Asia Yesterday - Today - Tomorrow. The World of Polar Forces March 20 - 25 1998 [Kazakstan - Erbosyn Meldibekov, Zhazira Dzhanabaeva, Kanat Ibragimov/ Indonesia - Aramaiani, Semsar Siahaan, Hanura Hosea]

‘Colonialism or Collaboration?: Intercultural Arts Practice and International Arts Organisations’, Forum Transcript, Focas (Forum on Contemporary Art & Society), no.2, July 2001

Museums; Art Centers/Art Institutions; Alternative/Exhibition Art Spaces; Galleries; Consultants; Magazines; Exhibitions; and Artists in the field of Asian Art

Barucha, Rustom, ‘ Beyond the Box: Problematising the New Asian Museum’, Focas (Forum on Contemporary Art & Society), no.2, July 2001

Clark, J., ‘Inter-Asian Criteria of Institutional Modernity in Art’, 28th International Congress of the History of Art, Berlin, Kunstlerische Austausch/Artistic Exchange, Akademie Verlag, Berlin, 1993, 655-668.

Clark, J., ed., Modernity in Asian Art, Sydney, Wild Peony Press, 1993.

Clark, J., ‘Ajia! Ajia!’, Art Monthly Australia, April 1991.

Clark, J., Modern Asian Art, Sydney, Fine Arts Press, 1998

Davis, A.R., ed., Search for identity: Modern Literature and the Creative Arts in Asia, Sydney, Angus and Robertson, 1974.

Dysart, Dinah & Fink, Hannah, eds, Asian Women Artists, Sydney, Craftsman House, 1996.

Dysart, Dinah; Fink, Hannah, Asian Women Artists, [earlier essays from ART AsiaPacific], Sydney, Craftsman House, 1996

Findlay, Ian, ‘Looking For A New Vision’, Asian Art News, vol. 13, no. 1, January/February 2003

First ASEAN Symposium on Aesthetics, Kuala Lumpur, Balai Seni Lukis Negara, 1989.

Hou Hanru; Obrist, Hans-Ulrich, Cities on the Move, Ostfildren-Ruit, Verlag Gerg Hatje, 1997.

Giakoumi, Dionissia, ‘Beyond Language’, Artlink, Vol. 20, No. 2, July 2000

Japan Cultural Forum, ed, Modern Art of Asia, Toto Shuppan, Tokyo, 1961.

Kirker, Anne, ‘Focus on Asian Women Artists’, Artlink, Vol. 20, No. 2, July 2000

Lacayo, Richard, ‘The Rise and Rise of Asian Art’, Time Magazine, March 31 2003

Lent, John A., ‘Asian Comic Art.’ Art AsiaPacific issue 21 1999

Lent, John A., ed., Asian Popular Culture, Boulder, Westview, 1995.

Levin, Kim ‘Gesture, performance, behaviour, attitude: asian influences on contemporary western art’, Art Asia Pacific, vol.3, no.4, 1996.

Manton, Neil, ‘The Arts of Diplomacy’, Artlink, Vol. 20, No. 2, July 2000Art Asia Pacific, vol.3, no.4, 1996.

McEvilley, Thomas, ‘Arrivederci Venice’, On the ‘Third World’ Biennials, Artforum International, Vol.32, Issue 3, November 1993

Poshyananda, Apinan et al, Traditions / Tensions: Contemporary Art In Asia, New York, Asia Society Galleries & Sydney, The Fine Arts Press, 1996 [reports: Art Asia Pacific, vol.3, no.4, 1996; Mehta in Eyeline: contemporary visual arts, no.32, summer 1996; Art in America, Februrary 1997; Ewington, Yang, Munroe in ART AsiaPacific, no.15, 1997; Owen, Michael. ‘Contemporary Art in Asia: Traditions/Tensions.’ Third Text no.41 Winter 1997-98

Poshyananda, Apinan, ‘A new cure for Asian art curators’, Asian Art News, vol.9, no.4, 1999

Seminar on Fine Arts of Southeast Asia, Bangkok; Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of Higher Learning, 1964.

Shinkawa, Takashi, ‘Promenade in Asia, A collaborative exhibition’, Art Asia Pacific, No.34, 2002.

Turner, C., ‘Getting the Message’ [Review of Adelaide Festival Sculpture Installations], Art & Australia, vol.32, no.1, Spring 1994.
2000+

[APT IV] Gibson, Jeff, ‚Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art’, Artforum International, Vol.41, Issue 1, September 2002 Seear, Lynne, Ed., Asia-Pacific Triennale of Contemporary Art, Brisbane, Queensland Art Gallery, 2002. Reviews: Sambrani, Chaitanya, ‘Austerity – Excesss – Invention: the Asia-Pacific Triennial 2002’, Art Monthly Australia November 2002, no.155; Eastburn, Melanie, ‘A Decade Of Challenges’, APT4 Review, Asian Art News, vol. 12, no. 6, November/December, 2002

[CCA let’s talk about art #0002], in Akiko Miyake, ed., let’s talk about art #0002, ‘Transexperiences’, Kitakyushu: Center For Contemporary Art, 2002

[Documenta XI] Lopez, Sebastian, 'Starting Points: 'Documenta'', IIAS Newsletter, No.25, July 2001

[Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale, II] ; Fouser, Robert J., ‘2nd Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale’, ART AsiaPacific, Issue 36 (2002)

[Kwangju Biennale 2002] Hou Hanru, ‘Event city and pandora’s box: curatorial notes on the 2002 Gwangju Biennale’, Yishu, vol.1, no.2, 2002; Kee, Joan, ‘2002 Gwangju Biennale’, ART AsiaPacific, Issue 36 (2002); Napack, Jonathan, 'Alternative Visions', Gwangju Biennial Review, Art in America, Vol. 90, Issue 11, November 2002; Kim, Youngna, ‘Let’s Pause & Talk, Let’s Pause & Drink’, IIAS Newsletter, No. 28, July 2002

[Sydney Biennale 2002] Chen Hsiang-chun, Elsa, ‘ Identity Politics? Allegorical Existence? On the way to the fantastic’, Yishu, vol.1, no.2, 2002; Duncan, Michael, 'Self-created worlds', Sydney Biennale Review, Art in America, Vol. 90, Issue 10, October 2002

[Critical Response], review, Art AsiaPacific 29, 2001

[Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale, II] Kazuyo, Kondo; Tomomichi, Nakao; and Yuko, Yamaki, ed., Imagined Workshop: The 2nd Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale 2002, Fukuoka: Fukuoka Asian Art Museum, 2002; Turner, Caroline, 'Imagined Workshop', 2nd Fukuoka Asian Ar Triennial Review, IIAS Newsletter, No. 29, November 2002

[The Japan Foundation 30th Anniversary] Report of the International Symposium 2002, ‘Asia in Transition: Representation and Identity’, Japan, The Japan Foundation Asia Center, 2002; Yasuko, Furuichi, “Asia in Transition: Representation and Identity”, Japan Foundation Asia Center, 2002

[Istanbul Biennial 2001] Atagök, Tomar; Plate, Susan, ‘The Istanbul Biennial: the digestible other’, Third Text, 55, 2001, 103; Schwabsky, Barry, ‘Istanbul Biennial’, Artforum International, Vol.40, Issue 1, September 2001; Hori, Motoaki, ‘Between East and West: The 7th International Istanbul Biennial’, ART AsiaPacific, Issue 35 (2002); Shawa, Wendy, ‘Art among the myths of globalism: the Istanbul Biennial’, Third text, 58, vol.16 1, 2002; [Istanbul Biennale] review, Art in America, March 2002; Hori, Motoaki, ‘Between East and West: The 7th International Istanbul Biennial’, Art AsiaPacific, no.35, 2002.

[Lyon Biennial 2001], Budge, Andrew, ‘Partage d’exotismes’; do ‘magicians’ grow wise or just old’, Third Text 58, vol.16, 1, 2002

[MAAP in Beijing 2002] Machan, Kim, MAAP in Beijing 2002, Beijing: Hebei Education Publishing House

[Polypolis] Chang Tsong-zung, ‘Outer landscapes and inner dreams’, Asian Art News, vol.12, no.1, 2002; Seyfarth, Ludwig, ‘Asia in color and in black and white’, Asian Art News, vol.12, no.1, 2002

[Shanghai Biennale 2000] Hou Hanru, ‘A naked city, Art AsiaPacific, 31, 2001; Wu Hung, ‘The 2000 Shanghai Biennale’, Art AsiaPacific, 31, 2001

[Shanghai Biennale 2002] Withers, Rachel, ‘Shanghai Biennale’, Artforum International, Vol.41, Issue 1, September 2002; Genocchio, Benjamin, ‘Letter from Shanghai’, Art Monthly Australia, Number 157, March 2003

[Translated Acts] Berghuis, Thomas J., ''Translated Acts': Body, Self and Performance', IIAS Newsletter, No.24, February 2001; Kerr, Merrily, ‘Translated Acts: Asian Performance Art’ Art AsiaPacific, no.35, 2002

[Video] Kuraishi, Shino, ‘Serendipity’, Art AsiaPacific 28, 2001

[Under Construction] Mami, Kataoka, ed., Under Construction: New Dimensions of Asian Art, Tokyo: The Japan Foundation Asia Center, 2002; Purvis, Jennifer, ‘Under Construction; New Dimensions of Asian Art’, Flash Art, Vol. XXXVI, No. 229, March-April 2003

Akira, Tatehatata, ‘A Trojan Horse?: Multiculturalism in International Art Exhibitions’, Yasuko, Furuichi, “Asia in Transition: Representation and Identity”, Japan Foundation Asia Center, 2002

Atsuo, Yamamoto, ‘From Dualism to Oneness’, Mami, Kataoka, Under Construction: New Dimensions of Asian Art, Tokyo: The Japan Foundation Asia Center, 2002

Benett, Tony, ‘The Rules of Culture: Exhibition and the Politics of Knowledge’, Yasuko, Furuichi, “Asia in Transition: Representation and Identity”, Japan Foundation Asia Center, 2002

Birnbaum, Daniel, ‘How Latitudes Become Forms, Exhibition Review at Walker Art Center, Featuring Various Asian Artists, Artforum International, Vol.41, Issue 5, January 2003

Carroll, Alison, ‘A floating world’, Art AsiaPacific 28, 2001

Clarke, David, ‘Contemporary Asian Art and Its Western Reception’, Huangfu, Binghui, ed., Site+Sight: Translating Cultures, Singapore, Lasalle-SIA, 2002.

Eley, Geoff, ‘Politics, Culture and the Public Sphere’, positions east asia cultures critique, Vol. 10, Number 1, Spring 2002

Flores, Patrick D., ‘Renewing the Contemporary’, Mami, Kataoka, Under Construction: New Dimensions of Asian Art, Tokyo: The Japan Foundation Asia Center, 2002

Furuichi Yasuko, ed., Asia in Transition: representation and identity, Tokyo, The Japan Foundation Asia Center, 2002.

Gaweewong, Gridthiya, ‘On Under Construction and Localization’, Mami, Kataoka, Under Construction: New Dimensions of Asian Art, Tokyo: The Japan Foundation Asia Center, 2002

Hoskote, Ranjit, ‘India Ink, Manila Evelope: Three Meditations on Art and the Global Media’, Mami, Kataoka, Under Construction: New Dimensions of Asian Art, Tokyo: The Japan Foundation Asia Center, 2002

Hou Hanru; Obrist, Hans-Ulrich, ‘Cities on the move’, Art AsiaPacific, 25, 2000

Hui, Wang, ‘The Geneology of Asian Imaginaries’, Yasuko, Furuichi, “Asia in Transition: Representation and Identity”, Japan Foundation Asia Center, 2002

Machan, Kim, ‘Vis.arts.online: Asian art on the internet’, Artlink, Vol. 20, No. 2, July 2000

Machan, Kim, ‘Digital Luggage and Meaningful Relationships’, Asian Art News, vol. 21, no. 3, September 2001

Mami, Kataoka, ‘Beyond a Progressive Asia: Under Construction Collective Exhibition’, Mami, Kataoka, Under Construction: New Dimensions of Asian Art, Tokyo: The Japan Foundation Asia Center, 2002

McNeill, David, ‘Planet Art: Aesthetics and Labour in the Era of Globalisation’, Huangfu, Binghui, ed., Site+Sight: Translating Cultures, Singapore, Lasalle-SIA, 2002.

Munroe, Alaxandra, ‚Contemporary Art in Asia’, Artforum International, Vol.35, Issue 8, April 1997

Pi Li, ‘Fantasia: an imagination towards the daily life’ Mami, Kataoka, Under Construction: New Dimensions of Asian Art, Tokyo: The Japan Foundation Asia Center, 2002

Sunjung, Kim, ‘In Search of an Oasis’, Mami, Kataoka, Under Construction: New Dimensions of Asian Art, Tokyo: The Japan Foundation Asia Center, 2002

Woo, Lee Yong, ‘Globalism and the Vanity of Its System’, Yasuko, Furuichi, “Asia in Transition: Representation and Identity”, Japan Foundation Asia Center, 2002

Yukie, Kamiya, ‘Communicative Approach, from Asia’, Mami, Kataoka, Under Construction: New Dimensions of Asian Art, Tokyo: The Japan Foundation Asia Center, 2002

Yasuko, Furuichi, ed., International Symposium 2002, ‘Asia in Transition: Representation and Identity’, Report, Japan: Japan Foundation Asia Center, 2002

Yasuko, Furuichi, ‘Asia: The Possibility of a Collaborative Space – Under Construction Project, Mami, Kataoka, Under Construction: New Dimensions of Asian Art, Tokyo: The Japan Foundation Asia Center, 2002
WEB RESOURCES

www.aaa.org.hk/links.html has the best set of Contemporary Asian Art links to date.
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RELEVANT SERIALS IN ENGLISH
[Journal articles on Asian art and artists have been listed in the relevant sections and updated until March 2003]

Art Asia Pacific, since 1993.

Art & Culture, since 1996.

ArtForum International

Art in America, has Asia related matters in most issues.

Art Monthly Australia, some issues.

Artlink, some issues.

Art & Text, articles in some issues, especially after 1994.

Asian Art News, since 1991, some feature issues, cumulative index vol.4, no.6, 1994.

Contemporary Visual Art

Critical Inquiry

Flash Art, some issues.

Parkett

positions: east asian cultures critique

Public Culture

Orientations, some features on modern art.

Res, material culture and anthropology journal.

South Atlantic Quarterly

Third Text, largely theory-oriented.

World Art, some contemporary artists [discontinued]

Visual Art & Culture [discontinued]

Yishu: Journal of Chinese Contemporary Art
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