In this issue, PS Special contains articles by Chan Kai-yin, Anthea Fan and Phoebe Man reviewing the Wo....Man: Feminine Art exhibition held at the Old Ladies House in Macau from different perspectives. Local art critic Jaspar Lau offers an in-depth critique of David Clarke's new book, Hong Kong Art – Culture and Decolonization. Using Bryan Chung's artwork "Love Takes the Victoria Peak" shown at the Social Club exhibition as the point of departure, Phoebe Man writes an intriguing article on a flurry of artworks with numbers/numbering as the theme.
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Chinese - Traditional, 

English

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2002

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In print

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2

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Chapter headings
Miscellaneous Musings on Wo….Man

- CHAN Kaiyin, 陳啟賢

Woman’s Gossip – Hidden Gender Open Narratives

- FAN Wanjen Anthea, 樊婉貞

In Response to the Comments of Wo….Man – Feminine Art Exhibition

- MAN Chingying Phoebe, 文晶瑩

Note on Discussion: “Seeking Modern Religion Art”

- LO Debbie

A Book Review of David Clarke’s Hong Kong Art – Culture and Decolonization

- LAU Kinwah Jaspar, 劉建華

A Breath of Art

- TSANG Takping Kith, 曾德平

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PS: Visual Arts and Culture Magazine (No. 17; Summer 2002), PS: 視覺藝術文化雜誌(第17期;2002年夏)