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TV Buddha. Video Fish: The Worlds of Nam June Paik - Jonathan GOODMAN
Picnic in an Art Garden: The 2000 Kwangju Biennale - Robert J. FOUSER
Korean American Views: On Exile. Travel and Unbelonging - Doryun CHONG, 정도련
Turning to the Everyday: Land/Mind/Body-scapes in Tokyo - Edan CORKILL
In-Between Discourses: Alternative Art Spaces in Tokyo - Larissa HJORTH
Shifting Perceptions: Contemporary LA Visions - Collette CHATTOPADHYAY
A Complex Prism: Indigenous Influences in Australian Art - Ashley CARRUTHERS
Text and Subtext: A Singapore Exhibition of Women’s Art - Flaudette May V. DATUIN
Vong Phaophanit: In the Shadow of Words - Claire OBOUSSIER
Eating Their Words: A Filipino Narrative - Ana P. LABRADOR
Warrior Girl: Kate Beynon’s Tussle with Language - Stuart KOOP
Suspended in Ambivalence: The installations of Seong Chun - Joan KEE, 奇廷泫
Subaltern Writing: Tsang Tsou Choi: the King of Kowloon - David CLARKE, 祈大衛
Valuing Asia: Wong Hoy Cheong’s Quest for a Postcolonial Vocabulary - Sumit MANDAL
Sleight of Hand: The Use of Text in Contemporary Chinese Art - Melissa CHIU, 招穎思
Reviews: (Canada) Ed Pien - Jen BUDNEY
Reviews: (Australia) AWAS! - HUPPATZ D.J.
Reviews: (China) Aniwar Mamat - Bruce Gordon DOAR
Reviews: (Australia) Critical Response - Benjamin GENOCCHIO
Reviews: (India) Helen Geier - Kanchan CHANDER
Reviews: (US) Yoshitomo Nara - Collette CHATTOPADHYAY
Reviews: (US) Zhang Huan - Jonathan GOODMAN
Reviews: (France) Takashi Kawamata - Stephen HORNE
Reviews: (US) Shahzia Sikander - Jonathan GOODMAN
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ART AsiaPacific (No. 29; 2001)

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