This book is published by the Japan Foundation Asia Center with the purpose of deepening artistic exchanges in Southeast Asia. This book reviews the discourse on Southeast Asian art that developed in connection with new artistic practices over the same period by compiling 15 key texts by researchers and curators from the Asia-Pacific region.

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Location code REF.JPF
Language

English, 

Japanese

Publication/Creation date

2017

No of pages

207

No of copies

2

Content type

anthology

Chapter headings

Introduction

Moments of the Modern in Southeast Asia: Art, Region, Art History

- Patrick D. FLORES

Learning from Modern and Contemporary Art in Southeast Asia

- Kenji KAJIYA, 加治屋健司

Essays

Premises for Critical Studies of Modern Art in Southeast Asia

- T.K. SABAPATHY

Modern Art in Southeast Asia

- John CLARK, 姜苦樂

Realism as an Attitude: Asian Art in the 1990s

- Masahiro USHIROSHOJI, 後小路雅弘

Art as Criticism

- Akira TATEHATA, 建畠晢

Five Elements: An Abbreviated Account of Installation Art in Southeast Asia

- Julie EWINGTON

Glimpses into the Future of Southeast Asian Art: A Vision of What Art Should Be

- Junichi SHIODA, 塩田純一

"Con Art" Seen from the Edge: The Meaning of Conceptual Art in Southeast Asia

- Apinan POSHYANANDA, อภินันท์ โปษยานนท์

Asia: Co-figurative Identification

- Naoki SAKAI, 酒井直樹

Moments of Regionality: Negotiating Southeast Asia

- Ahmad MASHADI

Cultural Transformations in the Asia-Pacific

- Caroline TURNER

The Other as "Lost Pure Self": Gauguinism in Southeast Asian Art

- Masahiro USHIROSHOJI, 後小路雅弘

Postcolonial Perils: Art and National Impossibilities

- Patrick D. FLORES

In Search of a Lost Totality: Teaching Asian Modern Art (in Japan)

- Raiji KURODA, 黒田雷児

Insular Visions: Notes on Video Art in Singapore

- David TEH

The Shifting Art-Historical Field for Southeast Asia: Traditional, Modernity and "The Contemporary"

- Michelle ANTOINETTE

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The Japan Foundation Asia Center Art Studies 03: Shaping the History of Art in Southeast Asia