A guide book on alternative art spaces in Asia. Information (objective, programme, contact details, etc.) of the selected art spaces are grouped under country, and a short article written on the art scene of each of featured countries is provided.
Access level

Onsite

Location code REF.JAF.2005
Language

English, 

Japanese

Publication/Creation date

2004

No of pages

351

ISBN / ISSN

4473032116

No of copies

2

Content type

directory/guide

Chapter headings
China
From Guerilla Operation to Base Camp: Experimental Art Spaces in China

- QIU Zhijie, 邱志傑

Hong Kong
Hong Kong Art Ecology

- Phoebe WONG, 黃小燕

Taiwan
Contemporary Art Development and Art Spaces in Taiwan

- YAO Juichung, 姚瑞中

Japan
Japanese Alternative Spaces at the Crossroads

- Hisako HARA, 原久子

Korea
The Current Korean Art Scene from the Perspective of Alternative Spaces

- BECK Jeesook, 백지숙

Indonesia
The Altered Spaces in the Indonesian Contemporary Art Scene

- Agung HUJATNIKAJENNONG

Malaysia
Contemporary Art Spaces in Malaysia

- Beverly YONG

The Philippines
Gone Alternative

- Eileen LEGASPI-RAMIREZ

Singapore
Contemporary Art in Singapore

- Lindy POH

Thailand
Art Space the Thai Way

- Klaomard YIPINTSOI

Vietnam
Contemporary Art in Vietnam

- TRAN Luong

Bangladesh
Contemporary Art Scene of Bangladesh

- Lalarukh SELIM

India
Contemporary Art in India

- Pooja SOOD

Pakistan
Contemporary Art in Present Day Pakistan

- Quddus MIRZA

Sri Lanka
Contemporary Art in Sri Lanka

- Sharmini PEREIRA

Australia
'Alternative' Art Galleries in Australia

- Billy CRAWFORD

Alternatives 2005: Contemporary Art Spaces in Asia
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