The current issue brings together a few articles on the participation of Asian countries in the 51st Venice Biennale. There are features on The Second Triennial of Chinese Art: History in the Making held in Nanjing, and The First Montpellier International Biennial of Contemporary Chinese Art. Interviews with indvidual artists and curators, and reviews of exhibitions are also included.

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editor

Keith WALLACE

Location code PER.YIS
Language

English

Publication/Creation date

2005

Publication status

In print

ISBN / ISSN

16833082

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1

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magazine/journal/newspaper

Chapter headings
Venice Biennale
Chinese Artists at the 51st Venice Biennale

- KENDZULAK Susan, 康居易

The Burden of (Mis)Representation and Other________s of the Biennale Spectacle

- Joe HILL

China's spectacular Emersion versus the spectres of bureaucracy looming in Taiwan, the Singaporean art of deconstructing national symbols, wordless dialogue from HK or greater China at the 2005 Venice Biennale

- Felix SCHOEBER

An Interview with Cai Guoqiang, Curator of the China Pavilion, Virgin Garden: Emersion

- MCCOY Michelle

An Interview with Xu Zhen

- MCCOY Michelle

The Hong Kong and Singapore Pavilions at the 51st Venice Biennale

- Sally LAI, 賴婉兒

International Exhibitions
The Second Triennial of Chinese Art: History in the Making

- Pauline J. YAO, 姚嘉善

MC1: The First Montpellier International Biennial of Contemporary Chinese Art

- Monia LATROUITE

Interviews
Media Ecologies and Landscapes: An Interview with Wang Du

- Rajdeep SINGH GILL

An Interview with Philip Dodd

- Nav HAQ

Phantasmagoria: Recent Photographs by Miao Xiaochun

- WU Hung, 巫鴻

Artist Features
Zhang Linhai's World: A Sphere of Emotional Intensity

- Xenia TETMAJER VON PRZERWA, 梅瑞婷

Reviews
Zhao Gang: Looking Back, Looking Away

- Jonathan GOODMAN

A Critique of Criticism: Deconstructing Reviews of Between Past and Future

- Joni LOW, 劉植紅

Curatorial Notes: Gu Dexin's 2005.03.05 at the Shanghai Gallery of Art

- CHAN Hoyeung David, 陳浩揚

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Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art (Vol. 4, No. 3; Fall/Sep 2005), 典藏國際版 (第4卷, 第3期)