The present issue contains reviews of 21 exhibitions of contemporary Asian art held all over the world.
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What Gives - Simon WINCHESTER
Working out the tension: Taipei Biennial 2004 and Taiwan Pavilion at the Venice Biennale 2005 - KENDZULAK Susan, 康居易
Kiln Me Softly: The 3rd World Ceramics Biennale - Rupert WINCHESTER
Present and Future Sense (Interview with curator and gallerist Said Ismael Noori) - Sara RAZA
Vietnam Memories - DUONG Quan M.
At the Limit: William Seeto - Adam GECZY
Impassioned Voices: Art as Social Commentary in Pakistan - Atteqa ALI
Amy Cham Inside Out - Christopher Y. LEW
All About the Future: Bangkok's About Cafe - Varsha NAIR
Beyond the Delta - Bridget L. GOODBODY
Cheo Chai Hiang: The Time is Out of Joint - HO Tzu Nyen, 何子彥
Svay Ken: Home and Country - Erin GLEESON
Wilson Shieh: Perhaps, Perhaps, Perhaps - Bridget L. GOODBODY
Meditation on the Stars - Don COHN
Review (Seoul): The People in the Time 1945-2005: Sixty Years of Korean Photography at the Marronier Art Center - Shinyoung CHUNG
Review (Seoul): Jackson Hong at Kim Jinhye Gallery - Iris MOON
Review (Tokyo): Fluxus: Art into Life at Urawa Art Museum - Fumihiko SUMITOMO, 住友文彥
Review (Tokyo): The Elegance of Silence: Contemporary Art from East Asia at Mori Art Museum - Kay ITOI
Review (Hong Kong): Tsang Kin Wah at John Batten Gallery - Caroline CHIU, 趙汝賢
Review (New Delhi): Purkayastha Prabir: Ladakh at Bodhi Art - Uma NAIR
Review (New Delhi): K.S. Kulkarni at Kumar Gallery - Deeksha NATH
Review (London): Hiroshi Sugimoto: Conceptual Forms at Gagosian Gallery - Rupert WINCHESTER
Review (Oxford): Qu Lei Lei: Everyone's Life is an Epic at The Ashmolean Museum - Rupert WINCHESTER
Review (Manchester): Re-Fashion: Maria Chen Pascual, Julian & Sophie, Justin Oh at Chinese Arts Centre - Bridget CRONE
Review (New York): Zheng Xuewu at Arts Project International - Jonathan GOODMAN
Review (New York): Little Boy: The Arts of Japan's Exploding Subculture at the Japan Society - Midori YOSHIMOTO, 由本みどり
Review (New York): Nasreen Mohamedi: Lines Among Lines at the Drawing Center - Gregory GALLIGAN
Review (New York): David Diao: Demolished/At Risk at Postmasters Gallery - Alexandra CHANG
Review (New York): Mayumi Lake: Poo-Chi at M.Y. Art Prospects - Reiko TOMII, 富井玲子
Review (Houston): Yuken Teruya at DiverseWorks - Anjali GUPTA
Review (San Francisco): Michael Wolf at Robert Koch Gallery - CHA Carina Weichung
Review (Santa Monica): Chie Fueki at Shoshana Wayne Gallery - Shana NYS DAMBROT
Review (Los Angeles): Lawrence Yun at Sara Lee Artworks & Projects - Collette CHATTOPADHYAY
Review (Seattle): Lee Chul Soo: Visual Poetry: A Decade of Woodcuts at Davidson Galleries - Kazuko NAKANE
Review (Vancouver): Charlie don't surf: 4 Vietnamese American Artists at Centre A. - Lance BLOMGREN
Projects in the Making... The Eye-Catcher (Works by Yerbossyn Meldibekov) - Leeza AHMADY
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ArtAsiaPacific (No. 46; Fall 2005)

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