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Living in a beautiful Japan - Roger McDONALD
Auction report: the floating bubble - Don COHN
Thai artists rock about love - Brian MERTENS
Shiseido hatches new award for young artists - Kenichi KONDO, 近藤健一
Mr.: out of body experience - Andrew MAERKLE
Reading Terence Koh - Paul LASTER
Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook: matters of life and death - Brian CURTIN
Eric Chang's rising star - Elaine W. NG, 伍穎瑜
Not only possible but also necessary: art in the present tense, Robert Sotrr and Hou Hanru
Venice Biennale 52nd International Art Exhibition: around the world
Ai Weiwei: the freedom of irreverence - Charles MEREWETHER
Hangzhou is all right - Philip TINARI, 田霏宇

Exhibition reviews:
The door into summer: the age of Micropop (Art Tower, Mito) - Kenichi KONDO, 近藤健一
Tong Yanrunan: About face (Osage - Kwun Tong, Hong Kong) - TANSKI-GILBERT Julia
Wang Xingwei: Large rowboat (Galerie Urs Meile Beijing - Lucerne, Beijing, China) - Carol Yinghua LU, 盧迎華
Body talk (Eastlink, Shanghai, China)
Thakon Khao sa-ad: Between (Gallery Ver, Bangkok, Thailand) - Gregory GALLIGAN
totalstadt.beijing case (ZKM / Museum of Contemporary Art, Karlsruhe) - Astrid MANIA
Eastern edge (Aicon Gallery, New York, U.S.A.) - Lisa VARGHESE
Huang Yong Ping: From C to P (Gladstone Gallery, New York, U.S.A.)
Simryn Gill: Perspectives (Arthur M. Sackler Gallery, Washington DC, U.S.A.)
World factory: Active witness (San Francisco Art Institute, San Francisco, U.S.A.) - CHA Carina Weichung

Eko Nugroho: your freedom embrasing me - Elaine W. NG, 伍穎瑜
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ArtAsiaPacific (No. 53; May/Jun 2007)

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