The mission of positions: east asia cultures critique is to offer a forum of debate for all concerned with the social, intellectual, and political events unfolding in East Asia and within the Asian diaspora.

This is a special issue featuring essays on contemporary art in Asia, edited by Joan Kee.

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Guest's Editor's Introduction

- Joan KEE, 奇廷泫

Historicizing 'Contemporary Art': Some Discursive Practices in Gendai Bijutsu in Japan

- Reiko TOMII, 富井玲子

Authenticity, Reflexivity, and Spectacle; or, The Rise of New Asia Is Not the End of the World

- LEE Wengchoy, 李永財

Trouble in New Utopia

- Joan KEE, 奇廷泫

Catholic Capital: Consuming Manuel Ocampo

- Patrick D. FLORES

Considering Huanjing: Positioning Experimental Art in China

- Thomas J. BERGHUIS

Urban Mediations in Hong Kong Contemporary Art: Notes on A Very Good City and Local Orientation

- Alice Mingwai JIM, 詹明慧

Beautiful Violence: War, Peace, Globalisation

- Sheldon LU

The Great Wall in Contemporary Chinese Art

- GAO Minglu, 高名潞

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