This booklet serves as a guide to the academic symposium (and the related film screening series) organised by Asia Art Archive in October 2013.

The Symposium, spanning three days, sees exhibition (and its extensions, catalogues, reviews for instance) a site of history making for contemporary art in Asia, in light of the lack of formal publication documenting a 'history' of such an art. It is organised into four panels, and punctuated with three keynote lectures by international scholars.

Includes extracts of papers and lectures, and brief descriptions of films screened.
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Onsite

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Language

Chinese - Traditional, 

English

Keywords

conferenceexhibitionHong KongAsia

Publication/Creation date

2013

No of pages

62

ISBN / ISSN

Nil

No of copies

2

Content type

conference proceedings, 

directory/guide

Sites of Construction: Exhibitions and the Making of Recent Art History in Asia
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