36 Ideas from Asia is a travelling exhibition of contemporary Southeast Asian Art organised by the Singapore Art Museum under the auspices of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN). A project of the ASEAN Committee on Cultural and Information (COCI), whose mission is to foster regional identity and to promote awareness and understanding of the region’s cultural heritage, the exhibition aims to reach out to an international audience. With a highly critical curatorial introduction by T.K. Sabapathy.
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Location code EX.SIN.IDA
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English

Publication/Creation date

2002

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Nil

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2

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catalogue

Chapter headings
Curatorial Introduction

- T.K. SABAPATHY

Homespun, Worldwide: Colonialism As Critical Inheritance

- Patrick D. FLORES

Towards a Southeast Asian Paradigm: From Distinct National Modernisms to an Integrated Regional Arena for Art

- Niranjan RAJAH

36 Ideas from Asia: Contemporary South-East Asian Art
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36 Ideas from Asia: Contemporary South-East Asian Art

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