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Programmes

It Begins with a Story: Artists, Writers, and Periodicals in Asia | It Begins with a Story: Three Exhibitions

AAA hosts three exhibitions that explore art periodicals in Asia as tools for criticism, historical research, travel writing, and fiction

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External content

Bibliography of Modern and Contemporary Art Writing of South Asia

An interactive online bibliography of published writing on modern and contemporary art

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External content

Asia Art Archive America

Based in Brooklyn, New York, AAA in A is an independent overseas mini hub of Asia Art Archive in H‎ong Kong

Collection highlights

From Exhibition Documentation Album of 'Henry Moore Exhibition of Sculptures and Drawings'
Ha Bik Chuen Archive 夏碧泉檔案
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Ha Bik Chuen Archive 夏碧泉檔案

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Materials of the Future: Documenting Contemporary Chinese Art from 1980-1990 未來的材料:記錄1980-1990年的中國當代藝術
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Materials of the Future: Documenting Contemporary Chinese Art from 1980-1990 未來的材料:記錄1980-1990年的中國當代藝術

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Salon Natasha Archive
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Salon Natasha Archive

Experimental Calligraphy Big Action: The Art of — Water
Kwok Mangho Frog King Archive
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Kwok Mangho Frog King Archive

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Installation by artist Chen Shaoping
Looking Back | 2017 at AAA
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Looking Back | 2017 at AAA

The AAA team reflects on a year of change, growth, and gratitude

The Nameless
The Best of 2017 | Top Ten Posts on Ideas
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The Best of 2017 | Top Ten Posts on Ideas

A round-up of the most-read posts of the year

It Begins with a Story Li Xianting
In Dialogue with Li Xianting
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In Dialogue with Li Xianting

Five items to get you better acquainted with a featured speaker at AAA's symposium It Begins with a Story

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Seasonal Changes: Celebrating Spring Workshop
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Seasonal Changes: Celebrating Spring Workshop

A look at some of the programmes and publications the Hong Kong cultural non-profit produced over six years