'Re-Imagining Asia brings together a wide-ranging group of contemporary artists and thinkers who explore the cultural and artistic imagination of Asia. Beyond the often mythologized "idea" of Asia, the contributors investigate artistic heritage and political orientation, as well as the tensions between tradition and modernity. Through the visual image and the written word, they move towards a definition of Asian values — both aesthetic and intellectual.' (excerpt from back cover)
The exhibition this publication accompanies was held at the House of World Cultures, Berlin from March-May 2008, and at the New Art Gallery Walsall, Walsall from February-May 2009. The section 'Background Notes' includes introductions to cultural initiatives in Asia, a listing of Asian blogs, other resource material, and exhibition and film checklists.
Note: Only Asian artists are indexed.
diaspora,  group exhibition,  Asia
Re-Imagining Asia: A Thousand Years of Separation
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