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3 Nov & 6 Nov 2020

The Lee Wen Archive and Performance Art

Teaching Labs | Educator Programmes

19 Past programmes

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Tue, 10 Sep 2019

Circuits of Performance

Talk

LeeWen_Homelist
Sat, 11 May & Sat, 8 Jun 2019

From Drawing to Performance: The Lee Wen Archive

Teaching Labs | Educator Programmes

Image: Trần Lương, <i>Cọc Cạch</i> [<i>The Sound of Metal</i>] , 2013 onwards, durational perform
Sat, 13 May 2017, 10am–1pm

Vietnam: The Making of the Modern and the Contemporary

Teaching Labs | Educator Programmes

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Fri, 15 Jul 2016

Nguyễn-Võ Thu-hương | The Art of Mixing: Biên Hòa Ceramics and the Question of Craft and Nation

Talk

3 Research Collections

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1 Document

Foreign Artwork With a Vietnam Influence Goes on Display

1997
Jim Goodall: Three Themes
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Monograph

Jim Goodall: Three Themes

2008
Maritta Nurmi: La Dolce Vita, The Grail, Memento Mori
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Monograph

Maritta Nurmi: La Dolce Vita, The Grail, Memento Mori

2007
Nguyen Minh Thanh: Earth and Ink
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Monograph

Nguyen Minh Thanh: Earth and Ink

2007
RiverScapes IN FLUX
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Exhibition Catalogue

RiverScapes IN FLUX

2012
Nguyen Cam: As Time Goes By
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Monograph

Nguyen Cam: As Time Goes By

2007
Vu Dan Tan & Music - Cover
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Monograph

Vu Dan Tan & Music

Vũ Dân Tân & Âm nhạc
2016
Vu Dan Tan & Nguyen Nghia Cuong: Venus in Vietnam
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Exhibition Catalogue

Vu Dan Tan & Nguyen Nghia Cuong: Venus in Vietnam

Vũ Dân Tân và Nguyễn Nghĩa Cương: Vệ Nữ ở Việt Nam
2012

42 Ideas

Shortlist | Vietnam
Collection Spotlight

Shortlist | Vietnam

Recommended readings on Vietnamese contemporary art

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Essays

Home, Again: Notes on Contemporary Vietnamese Art

Việt Lê is an artist, creative writer, and independent curator

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Conversations

Interview with Nguyen Huy An

The Vietnamese artist discusses his practice, found objects, and Hanoi and Ho Chi Minh City

Traveling Plants, 2011, wild plants and suitcase
Conversations

Interview with Phuong Linh Nguyen

The Vietnamese artist talks about salt workers, her shift away from provocative imagery, and her work with Nhasan Studio in Hanoi

Mai Chi Thanh, Vu Dan Tan, and Natasha Kraevskaia in Salon Natasha
Collection Spotlight

Salon Natasha Archive Overview

Nora Taylor reflects on the history of the Vietnamese independent art space, which was active from 1990 to 2005

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Notes

Photologue | Saigon Open City & Ho Chi Minh City, 25–29 Nov 2006

Scenes from galleries, exhibitions, and installations in Vietnam

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Notes

Research Log | Identifying Post-Doi Moi: A Symposium in Singapore

Janet Chan attends a symposium at the Singapore Art Museum on Vietnamese art after 1990

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Notes

Photologue | Home Today, Saigon Tomorrow

Images from three days of a research trip to Ho Chi Minh City

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Essays

Atlas of Asia Art Archive

Map Office explores how Asia is a point of arrival and departure

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Essays

The Mekong Art and Culture Project

Secretariat Team of The Mekong Art and Culture Project

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Essays

An Expanded Questionnaire on the Contemporary: Part I

AAA expands upon Hal Foster’s 2009 questionnaire on "the contemporary"

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Conversations

Email Forum on Art and Social Change, June 2011

Rasheed Araeen, John Batten, Zoe Butt, Kao Chien-hui, Valerie Doran, Hou Hanru, Hoy Cheong Wong, Nora Taylor, and Yeung Yang

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Essays

Ho Chi Minh City: Emerging Scenes, Emerging Scenarios

Sue Hadju, visual artist and Co-Founder & Co-Director of a little blah blah

The Nameless
Notes

The Ground Underneath: On Ho Tzu Nyen's The Nameless

Võ Hồng Chương-Đài examines how Ho's video installation acts as a non sequitur to colonialist and nationalist historiographies

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Essays

At the Cross Roads: Looking Back Forward Looking

Charles Merewether is an art historian and curator

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Essays

Mekong Spring: Cambodian Photography in the Last Decade

A historical reassessment of photography's development in Cambodia

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Collection Spotlight

Off the Shelf | For Lack of a Live Audience: Researching Asian Performance Art at AAA

Nora Taylor highlights performance materials in the collection

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Essays

Art as Voice: Political Art in Southeast Asia at the Turn of the Twenty-First Century

Art as an important sociopolitical voice on inequality, corruption, the environment, and authoritarianism

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Essays

Practicing Friendship: Respecting Time as a Curator

Zoe Butt considers the significance of friendships for artistic languages and forms

Image: A hangout after Bruno Isaković’s performance “Denuded” on 19 November 2014, in front of Green Papaya Art Projects in Quezon City.
Notes

Green Papaya Art Projects: Why Artist-Run Spaces

Norberto Roldan's speech at Asia Society’s 2017 Arts & Museum Summit in Manila

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Notes

Release, Replica, and Intervention: Review of the 9th NIPAF Asian Series 2004

Jevijoe Vitug writes on performance art's refusal to be treated as a commodity

Image: Family photo of Central, Hong Kong, in 1964. The now-defunct Star Ferry pier occupies the background.
Essays

On the Occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the Handover

Frank Vigneron discusses the idea of provincialism in France, in relation to Hong Kong identity and culture

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Essays

A Virtuoso with Multiple Faces

Jay Koh and Chu Yuan of IFIMA

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Collection Spotlight

Off the Shelf | Space of Flows

Pamela Kember highlights four books on a group of transnational artists originally from Hong Kong

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Essays

Report on the South East Asian Tour of documenta 12 Magazine

Keiko Sei, a writer, curator, and educator of independent media

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Essays

An Expanded Questionnaire on the Contemporary: Part IV

AAA expands upon Hal Foster’s 2009 questionnaire on "the contemporary"

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Notes

The Fifth Asia-Pacific Triennial of Contemporary Art

Suhanya Raffel, Head of Asian, Pacific and International Art, Queensland Art Gallery & Queensland Gallery of Modern Art

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Essays

Learning from History: The Discourse of (L)imitation in 1960s Japan

Reiko Tomii offers a historical study on 1960s Japan as a paradigmatic site of world art history

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Essays

Tracing (Un)certain Legacies: Conceptualism in Singapore and the Philippines

Isabel Ching complicates art historical narratives on conceptualism as a historiographic category

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Essays

Line Form Colour Action

Chuong-Dai Vo uses Lee Wen’s notebooks to explore his work as performance and process

Image: AAA Library.
Conversations

Building Asia Art Archive

A brief history of the non-profit organisation as told through priority areas of research and programming interest

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Notes

Photologue | Probing the New: Open Edit and More in Ho Chi Minh City

Images of a trip to Ho Chi Minh City during AAA's Open Edit: Mobile Library

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Notes

Looking Back, Looking Forward: Asian Art and Asia Society

Melissa Chiu, Director and Curator of Contemporary Art at Asia Society Museum in New York

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Essays

Contemporary Asian Art at the Guggenheim

Three approaches to framing contemporary art outside a Eurocentric framework

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Essays

Ivan Peries: The Predicament of the Bourgeois Artist in the Societies of the Third World

Senake Bandaranayake provides a socio-historical analysis of the work of Ivan Peries

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Collection Spotlight

Off the Shelf | Researching Hospitality and Peace at AAA: The Perpetual Peace Project

Melissa Lam and Aaron Levy explore the meaning of peace as part of the Perpetual Peace Project

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Essays

A Note on the Re-worlding of "Contemporary Indian Art"

Rahul Bhattacharya is an independent art critic, historian, and curator in India

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Notes

Diving into Parallel Realities: Notes on The 3rd Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale

Kuroda Raiji, Chief Curator, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum

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Notes

Research Log | The 11th NIPAF Asian Performance Art Series 2006

Notes and images from the Nippon International Performance Art Festival

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Notes

Notes from Brisbane

Rhana Devenport, AAA Academic Advisor, Senior Project Officer of the Asia Pacific Triennial, and Manager of the Australian Centre of Asia-Pacific Art

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Notes

Research Log | More than Parties, More than Drinks

A visit to the Macau Museum of Art for Inward Gazes 2008

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Essays

Positionings: A Round-up of Perspectives for 2007

Deeksha Nath is an art historian, critic, and curator based in New Delhi

7 Resources

Image: Lê Trọng Lân, Anh bộ đội [Soldier], 1981, woodblock print, 50 x 60 cm

Vietnam: The Making of the Modern and the Contemporary

WATCH: This talk unpacks and examines modern and contemporary art in Vietnam in relation its colonial history.

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Joan Lebold Cohen Archive

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Wed, 21 Jun 2006

Mediating the Mekong

Richard Streitmatter-Tran | Martell AAA Research Grant

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Salon Natasha Archive

HongAnHomelist
Tue, 16 Jun 2020

Learning at Home | On Risk, Caretaking, and Safety

Hồng-Ân Trương proposes a series of activities around storytelling that emphasises empathy and collectivity

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Sat, 1 Jan 2011

Locating Photographic Practice in Hong Kong since the 1960s

Lee Wing Ki | AAA Research Grant 2011

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Past Grants