This volume is a collection of essays, reviews and interviews by the late art critic Alice Yang (1961-1997) on contemporary Asian and Asian American Art. This posthumous volume is compiled by Jonathan Hay and Mimi Young.
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Location code REF.YAA
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

1998

No of pages

152

ISBN / ISSN

0814735797

No of copies

2

Content type

monograph

Chapter headings
Letting Go: The Work of Rirkrit Tiravanija
MSG: The Processed Art of Michael Joo
Xu Bing: Rewriting Culture
Interview with Hou Chun-ming
On Kawara
Long Chin-san
Bing Lee
Ping Chong
Sowon Kwon's Interior Schemes
Chen Zhen
A Group Show: We are the Universe
Looking for the Identity of Korean Art
Disorienting Territories
The Plurality of Contemporary Asian Art
Godzilla: The Anarchistic Lizard
Asian American Exhibitions Reconsidered
Siting China: On Migration and Displacement in Contemporary Art
Why Asia?
Beyond Nation and Tradition: Art in Post-Mao China
High and Low: The Culture Space of Contemporary Taiwanese Art
Moderism and the Chinese Other in Twentieth-Century Art
Why Asia? Contemporary Asian and Asian American Art
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Why Asia? Contemporary Asian and Asian American Art