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In Full Bloom: Kusama. Araki and Dumb Type - Natalie KING
A New Generation: Young Artists on Show in Tokyo - Edan CORKILL
Finding a Place for Art: Singapore Report - Felicity FENNER
Womanifesto: An Exhibition of Women’s Art in Bangkok - Varsha NAIR
Opening Cultural Doors: Exhibiting Indigenous Art - Courtney KIDD
Fresh Visions: ‘1999 Art China’ in San Francisco - Reena JANA
A Sense of Self: Anglo-South Asian Artists Speak Out - Kevin BRADDOCK
Face to Face: Contemporary Art from Taiwan - HSU Wenrwei
Sieve-O-Physis: An interview with Anita Dube - Kamala KAPOOR
The Cage of Words: Xu Bing - Jonathan GOODMAN
Fishes and Dragons: Ah Xian’s ‘China.China’ Series - Claire ROBERTS, 羅清奇
Red and White Refigured: Indonesian Activist Art in Progress - Astri WRIGHT
Passing Through Fire: Pain and Transformation in the Art of Arahmaiani - Flaudette May V. DATUIN
A New Order: Contemporary Visual Art in Sri Lanka - Anoli PERERA
Gu Wenda’s Silent Selves and Pseudo-Characters - Britta ERICKSON, 林似竹
Reviews: (The Philippines) Judy Freya Sibayan - Steven PETTIFOR
Reviews: (Singapore) Heri Dono - Iola LENZI
Reviews: (The United States) Lim Young-Sun - Jonathan GOODMAN
Reviews: (The Netherlands) Ram Rahman - Jan de VRIES
Reviews: (Australia) Michael Parekowhai - Blair FRENCH
Reviews: (Singapore) Re-emplace - Iola LENZI
Reviews: (Australia) Film – open and closed - Andrew FROST
Book Review: In the Red - Mark HARRISON
Book Review: Modern Asia Art - Bernard SMITH
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ART AsiaPacific (No. 26; 2000)

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