Edited by Prof. John Clark, the essays in this book are revised versions of those presented at the conference 'Modernism and Post-Modernism in Asian Art' in March 1991, organised by the editor and held at the Humanities Research Centre and the Department of Art History, Australian National University, Canberra. Black and white plates and a list of plates are included in the back of the book.
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Location code REF.CLJ
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

1993

No of pages

332

ISBN / ISSN

0646147730

No of copies

2

Content type

anthology

Chapter headings
Preface

- Virginia SPATE

Open and Closed Discourses of Modernity in Asian Art

- John CLARK, 姜苦樂

Balinese Painting: Revival or Reaction?

- Anthony FORGE

The Enigma of Modernism on the Early Twentieth Century Indian Art: 'Schools of Oriental Art'

- Purushottama BILLIMORIA

The Art Movement in the 1930s in Taiwan

- YEN Chuanying, 顏娟英

State Building and Thai Painting and Sculpture in the 1930s and 1940s

- Helen MICHAELSEN

Chinese Art in the 1950s: An Avant-Garde Undercurrent Beneath the Mainstream of Realism

- SHAO Dazhen, 邵大箴

The Controversy between the Academics of Bandung and Yogyakarta

- Helena SPANJAARD

After the Empire: Chinese Painters of the Post-War Generation in Taiwan

- KUO Jason, 郭技生

The Institutions of the Modern Art World in the Philippines

- Alice G. GUILLERMO

Post-Impressionists in Pre-War Shanghai: The Juelanshe (Storm Society) and the Fate of Modernism in Republican China

- Ralph CROIZIER, 郭適

Modern Korean Painting and Sculpture

- KIM Youngna, 김영나

Artist Roles and Meaning in Modern Indonesian Painting

- Astri WRIGHT

On the Grotesque Trend in Japanese Post-Modern Art

- Inuhiko YOMOTA, 四方田 犬彦

Is there Post-Modern Art in the People's Republic of China

- Ellen Johnston LIANG

Thai MODERNism to (post?) ModernISM: 1970s and 1980s

- Apinan POSHYANANDA, อภินันท์ โปษยานนท์

Modernist and Post-Modernist Developments in Malaysian Art in the Post-Independence Period

- Redza PIYADASA

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