10 Past programmes

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Exhibition: 22 Mar–30 Jun 2018; Exhibition Tour: Sat, 19 May and Sat, 16 Jun 2018

Lines of Flight: Nilima Sheikh Archive


Mon, 28 May 2018

Shimada Yoshiko | Art That Makes You Uncomfortable


Sat, 26 May 2018

Teaching Labs | From Ladies at Leisure to Internet Avatar: Women in the Arts in China

Teaching Labs | Educator Programmes

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Sat, 21 Apr 2018

Teaching Labs Workshop | Transforming Knowledge into Creative Teaching Methods

Teaching Labs | Educator Programmes

40 Ideas

Collection Spotlight

Off the Shelf | Zubeida Agha with President Ayub Khan

A look at a revealing photo from the Zubeida Agha Archive


Motherhood, Motherland: Photography, Representation, and Agency of the Filipina Overseas Worker

Alice Sarmiento asks whether exhibitions and artist-led initiatives can change how we connect space, citizenship, and acts of caregiving

Shortlist | Women in the Visual Arts in India and South Asia: Some Partial Maps
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Shortlist | Women in the Visual Arts in India and South Asia: Some Partial Maps

Recommended readings on women in the visual arts in India and South Asia

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Writing and Weaving: Engendering Documents in History

Li Xiaojiang reflects on her work at the Women’s Culture Museum in Shaanxi, and the need for new ways of centring women’s cultural legacies

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Building Asia Art Archive, Part 3

How does AAA make decisions about what it collects? Jane DeBevoise and Anthony Yung discuss AAA’s China projects in relation to this query


“Earth Drives Earth Along”: In Conversation with Nilima Sheikh

Nilima Sheikh discusses the histories and materiality of four natural pigments from her studio space in Baroda


Gendering Her Art: The Category of “Woman” in the Art History of Hong Kong

Christina Yuen Zi Chung looks at gender-themed art exhibitions and their relation to feminist discourse in Hong Kong

Collection Spotlight

Shortlist | Women Artists in Mainland China

Recommended readings on women artists practising after the end of the Cultural Revolution

The Free Tribe: 10 Women Visual Artists in Hong Kong
Collection Spotlight

Off the Shelf | (In)Visibly Yours

Phoebe Wong selects five books on women artists in Hong Kong

Country Paper — Pakistan
Collection Spotlight

Off the Shelf | Country Paper — Pakistan

A look at Salima Hashmi's writing on women artists in Pakistan

Geeta Kapur, Meera Mukherjee, and Gogi Saroj Pal at the Kasauli Art Centre Artist Workshop
Collection Spotlight

Off the Shelf | Photograph of Geeta Kapur, Meera Mukherjee, and Gogi Saroj Pal

A look at an image taken at the Kasauli Art Centre Artist Workshop in 1978


Elision, Excess, Parody, Disavowal: Justine Frank in the Museum

Roee Rosen discusses the challenge of allowing fiction to overwhelm through its excess

Automatic Happening, 2010, video, two channels, 29 minutes

Interview with Fang Lu

The artist reveals her interest in food as an artistic medium and discusses the reality of being a female artist in China today

Collection Spotlight

Off the Shelf | A Seminar on Post-1945 Japanese art

Reiko Tomii situates 1960s Japanese art in the world history of modern and contemporary art

Traveling Plants, 2011, wild plants and suitcase

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

Another view of Nous ne notons pas les fleurs, Fort Ruigenhoek

Interview with Tintin Wulia

The Indonesian artist discusses global citizenship, the prevalence of maps in her work, and the secret that haunts her family

Sleepwalker, 2002, performance

Interview with Duan Yingmei

The artist discusses the influences on her performance artwork, her interest in fairy tales, and her experiences studying with Marina Abramovic


Interview with Huma Mulji

The Pakistani artist discusses taxidermy, art schools in Pakistan, and the outside world’s perception of art from her country

GreenHouse I,II_1909, 2010, Media installation, Left; 340ⅹ450ⅹ90cm, right; 330ⅹ650ⅹ210cm

Interview with Kyungwon Moon

The Korean artist examines her interest in the historical memory of space and her reasons for using media in her artwork


Interview with Phoebe Hui

The Hong Kong artist discusses the evolution of her work, as well as her practice in relation to audience, literature, and sound

3 Resources

Mon, 28 May 2018

Shimada Yoshiko | Art That Makes You Uncomfortable


Sat, 10 Mar 2018

Hong Kong Conversations 2018: Women in Art

Hong Kong Conversations

Wed, 9 Nov 2016

Sarah Howe | Six Windows