332 Ideas

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Essays

Entangled Temporality in Art Practice: Contemporary Revisiting of the "Golden" Age

Parul Dave-Mukherji discusses the past as lost golden age or melancholic condition that has uncanny affinity with the present

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Conversations

Interview with James Chu

The artist discusses Macau, his work for the recent Venice Biennale, and how he became an artist

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Photologue | Spring’s Wave and Sound

Images of art events across genres in South Korea

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Conversations

Interview with Loo Zihan

The Singapore-based artist discusses Josef Ng's infamous performance Brother Cane, which he reenacted in Chicago

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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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Notes

Photologue | Physicality of the Visual Image

Images of the Yebisu International Festival for Art & Alternative Vision

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Conversations

Interview with Kao Chung-li

The Taiwanese artist discusses power, pop culture, his passion for film, and how he deals with history in his work

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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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Notes

Photologue | Passage Through India

Images of a trip to India during the India Art Fair

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Conversations

Interview with Chu Hing Wah

The artist discusses his intuitive entrance into contemporary art, the evolution of his work, and his recent Lunar New Year project for M+

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Essays

Memory and Cultural Sustainability in Contemporary Tibetan Art

Tibetan artists in relation to ethnicity, religion, and as politicised subjects in post-Cultural Revolution China

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Notes

Photologue | Thinking of the City

Images of exhibitions in Seoul around the theme of "the city"

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Conversations

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

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Notes

Photologue | Drawing Lines: Shadows along the Equator

Images of Biennale Jogja XI

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Essays

Resisting Commoditisation of the Art Object

Song Misook looks at Korean contemporary artists and their strategies for dismantling and transforming existing systems

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Essays

Free Art vs. Public Law | Tattoos on Shared Social Skin: The Art and Laws of Street Murals and Graffiti

Kao Chien Hui looks at street art in Chinese communities and its uneasy relationship with graffiti laws

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Conversations

Interview with Desire Machine Collective

The artist collective examines their interest in negotiating power relations and elaborates on the two experimental art initiatives they founded in Guwahati, India

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Notes

Photologue | The New Generation of Manila’s Artist-Run Spaces

Images of the newest artist-run spaces in Manila

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Essays

A Horse for the Arts: Looking Back at the Future

Art's task is to reveal the present more critically, clearly, and with wonder

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Collection Spotlight

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

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

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Photologue | Mediation and Meditation in Asia, the 3rd Asian Art Biennial

Images of the 3rd Asian Art Biennial

'How to set up and apartment for Johnny.', 2011, acrylic on fabric, cardboard paintings, video, read
Conversations

Interview with Lee Kit

Chantal Wong speaks with the artist about his anxiety, artistic inspiration, and obsession with personal hygiene products

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Conversations

Interview with Manuel Ocampo

The Filipino artist shares how his practice has changed since he started painting, his return to Manila, and the gallery and art school he has started there

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Collection Spotlight

Off the Shelf | The Reality of Utterance in Korean Contemporary Art

Sunghee Lee traces the trajectory of Korean contemporary art in the 1980s–1990s

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Photologue | Shanghai Highlights

Images of exhibition openings during the SH Contemporary in Shanghai

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Photologue | Time for Introspection

Images of self-reflexive exhibitions that question the place of art institutes in the contemporary era

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Essays

Stepping Over the Fence

Suspending pre-conceptions about art for spaces of commonality

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Conversations

Interview with Arin Rungjang

The Thai artist reveals the role collaboration plays in his work and discusses his interest in everyday objects and exchanges

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Notes

Photologue | The Chance to Recover Our Humanity

Images of the Yokohama Triennale 2011

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Notes

Research Log | Turbulence in Cultural Affairs

Taipei Fine Arts Museum in turmoil

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Essays

What Can We Do? Action/Reaction in Japan

Yukie Kamiya on the possibilities of creating art in times of crisis

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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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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

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Photologue | Hong Kong Heat Wave

Images of Hong Kong's art scene in the summer

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

Interview with Tintin Wulia

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

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Notes

Photologue | Nations in Venice

Images of the 54th Venice Biennale

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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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Conversations

Interview with Roslisham Ismail (a.k.a. Ise)

The Malaysian artist discusses his collaboration with six Singaporean families and the socioeconomic problems stemming from Malaysia's New Economic Policy

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Photologue | High Season in the PRD Region

Images of a busy month in the art world of the Pearl River Delta

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Conversations

Interview with Duan Yingmei

Duan Yingmei discusses influences on her performance artwork, her interest in fairy tales, and her experiences studying with Marina Abramovic

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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

Photologue | Reinterpreting Museum Collections in Korea

Images of exhibitions that offer interpretations of the history of Korean contemporary art

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Essays

An Archive Remembered

Parvez Kabir reflects on some defining moments that shaped the Image Archive of MS University of Baroda

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Conversations

Interview with Huma Mulji

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

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Collection Spotlight

Off the Shelf | On Censorship

The AAA team considers past cases of censorship in a region where freedom of artistic expression is in many cases impossible

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Notes

Photologue | Guests at Open House

Images of the Singapore Biennale 2011

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Conversations

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

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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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Notes

Photologue | Tokyo Art Scene’s Busiest February Ever?

Images of an unusually bustling February in Tokyo

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Essays

Viewed from a Train: Glimpses of the Artist as Hong Kong Citizen

Valerie C. Doran looks at an arts festival held in a Hong Kong village slated for demolition, and how artists respond to social issues in alternative ways

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Notes

Research Log | On the Precipice of Events

Interrogating the limits of an artistic "event"

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Essays

Between Tragedy and Farce: Short Takes on the Performance Archive

Ontological and epistemological questions surrounding representational technologies in relation to performance archiving

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Conversations

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

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Conversations

Interview with Choy Ka Fai

The Singaporean artist reveals the evolution of his practice, his interest in insignificant histories, and his use of new media technology

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Notes

Photologue | The Festive Pearl River Delta

Images of a December in the Pearl River Delta's art scene

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Essays

Towards a Discursive Polylogue of Chinese and Western Contemporary Art Theory

Paul Gladston examines critical discourses associated with the concept of contemporaneity

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How To Change The World Without Really Trying: Reflections On Performance Art Today

Lee Wen considers whether performance art has lost its edge in resistance to mainstream culture

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Conversations

Interview with Alice Kok

The Macanese artist discusses her projects exploring language, family, and meditation

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Photologue | From Shanghai to Nanjing: Two International Biennales and the In-Betweens

Images of the Shanghai and Nanjing Biennales

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Conversations

Interview with Wu Mali

Wu Mali talks about her work, her collaborations with communities, and the art scene in Taiwan  

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Collection Spotlight

Off the Shelf | Readings from Elsewhere

Ringo Bunoan highlights three female artists who came to prominence in the 1970s–1980s

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Research Log | The Curatorial Imperative

The buzzword of the season in India is “curating”

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Essays

Theertha: A Journey by a Collective of Restless Artists

Anoli Perera examines how artists-led initiative Theertha responds to sociopolitical circumstances and the art ecology in Sri Lanka

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Essays

Art into Action: Performance Art Festivals in Asia

Examining the public value and communal utility of art in relation to performance art in Asia

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Conversations

Interview with Aiko Miyanaga

The Japanese artist discusses the sense of time and change in her work, her use of unconventional materials, and her future plans

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Collection Spotlight

Off the Shelf | Being and Event: The Archive and Exhibitions

Carolyn Cartier spotlights exhibition catalogues for one-time exhibitions and biennales

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Photologue | A Biennial about Biennials: The 2010 Taipei Biennial

Images of the 7th Taipei Biennial

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Photologue | The Images of 10,000 Lives: The 8th Gwangju Biennale

Images from the 8th Gwangju Biennale

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Conversations

Interview with Pisithpong Siraphisut

The artist discusses his work, the Thai art education system, and the innovative ComPeung Village of Creativity

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Photologue | A Breath of Fresh Air for International Art Exhibitions in Japan: The Aichi Triennale

Images of the inaugural Aichi Triennale

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Essays

Re-Orienting Taiwan: The China Factor in Contemporary Art from Taiwan

Sophie McIntyre explores the implications of Taiwan's closer relationship with China upon the visual arts field

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Research Log | Logic Behind The Chaos: A Glimpse into Performance Art in Indonesia

Observations on the divisions within the Indonesian contemporary art scene

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Conversations

Interview with Gary-Ross Pastrana

The Filipino artist talks about deconstruction, his use of media unfamiliar to audiences, and his day job

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Collection Spotlight

Off the Shelf | The Books Of "All You Can Eat" Ideas and Knowledge

Hitomi Hasegawa shares her excitement about anthologies on contemporary art and society

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Essays

Predicaments and Promises: Reflections on Art Writing in Malaysia and Singapore

Kelvin Chuah argues that new, transdisciplinary efforts are needed to analyse modern art in Malaysia and Singapore

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Research Log | The Importance of Continuous Discussion

Takayuki Kubota rethinks the form of biennials and triennials after a recent trip to the Setouchi International Art Festival

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Essays

Asian Canadian Art Matters

Alice Ming Wai Jim explores why Asian Canadian art matters now

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Conversations

Interview with Reza "Asung" Afisina

The Indonesian artist discusses pain, the body, performance art, and the art scene in Indonesia

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Collection Spotlight

Off the Shelf | Forwards from The Children of Chikuho to Teresa Teng

John Batten spends a day browsing AAA's Collection

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Research Log | A Cloud Over Baguio

Memories of the Baguio Art Festivals in the 1990s

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Essays

Cultural Exchange and Civil Society in Asia: A Perspective From India

Rustom Bharucha is an independent writer, director, and cultural critic based in Kolkata, India

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Conversations

Interview with Jean Shin

The Korean American artist discusses her experiences working with everyday items collected from communities and the challenges of carrying out long-term projects

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Photologue | Art That Depends Upon The Beauty of Distance

Images of the 17th Biennale of Sydney

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Photologue | Shanghai Today

A look at exhibitions in Shanghai during Expo 2010

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Travelogue | Art in a Fragile State

A short trip to Colombo, Sri Lanka

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Essays

A Virtuoso with Multiple Faces

Jay Koh and Chu Yuan of IFIMA

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Conversations

Interview with Chaw Ei Thein

The Burmese artist discusses art activism, performance art, a career spent living under a military junta, and the challenges of being an artist in exile

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Research Log | New Forms of Sponsorship

The effects of government support on Taiwan's contemporary art scene

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Conversations

Interview with Cheng Yee-man and Clara Cheung of C&G Artpartment

A conversation with the founders of the art collective and alternative art space C&G Artpartment

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Collection Spotlight

Off the Shelf | Archive, or Never

Phoebe Wong explores materials related to archive-themed exhibitions, and artists informed by archives and archiving

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Essays

The Sustainability of Ideas

Ade Darmawan is an Indonesian artist and Director of the ruangrupa artists’ initiative

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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

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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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Research Log | Green Papaya Art Project: Plan B

One of the last surviving alternative artist-run spaces in Manila has gone through several moves and upheavals

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Essays

Un-invested Investments: Critical Writing and Publishing in Mainland China

Keith Wallace asks where critical writing will make its impact within the Chinese publishing world

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Conversations

Interview with Bani Abidi

The Pakistani artist discusses the development of contemporary Pakistani art, her work, and her personal experience of Pakistan and India

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Collection Spotlight

Off the Shelf | Vacation Reading

Lee Weng Choy selects titles from the collection to read for pleasure

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Photologue | Visiting the Neighbours

Images of a trip to Guangzhou and Shenzhen

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Essays

The Chimera of a Greater China: Analyzing the 2009 Fall Art Fair Season in Mainland China And Taiwan

James Donald examines the anxieties, thrills, and unpredictability of the Asian art market

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Conversations

Interview with Bose Krishnamachari

The Indian artist speaks about his work, travel experiences, and Mumbai

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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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Photologue | Perennial From the Not-So-Far South

Images of the 6th Asia-Pacific Triennial

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Essays

Speakeasy

Eileen Legaspi-Ramirez considers the possibilities for subverting guarded speech in art discourse

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Essays

Beyond Recurring Traumas and a New Scar: Notes on the Impoverished Public Art Infrastructure in Korea

Kim Heejin calls for renewed attention to the importance of good infrastructure and art institutions in Korea

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Conversations

Interview with Chen Jin

The Co-Founder and Chief Curator of Open International Performance Art Festival shares his views on the past, present, and future of Chinese performance art in China

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Photologue | Second Time Around, 2009 Asian Art Biennial

Images from the 2009 Asian Art Biennial

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Research Log | Showing Art in India

A hive of activity in Bombay's local art scene

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Conversations

Interview with Moe Satt

The Burmese performance artist discusses his background, performance art in Myanmar, his generation of artists, and Beyond Pressure, the performance platform he initiated

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Photologue | Seoul: Defense Security Command (DSC)

Images of the grand opening of the former military space as a new art venue

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Essays

The Politics of Play in Malaysian Art

Eva McGovern is an independent curator, art critic, and lecturer based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

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Essays

Admittance Anxiety

Adele Tan teaches and writes on art and art history, in particular contemporary art and performance in China and Singapore

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Conversations

Interview with Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook

The Thai artist discusses her latest series, her views on female artists, and the use of the corpse in her work

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Photologue | Bangkok Updates

Images of artists, artworks, and a symposium

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Photologue | In Quest of New Parallelism in Contemporary Asian Art

Images of the 4th Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale

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Photologue | Seven Days in the Art World of Shanghai

A trip exploring the Chinese contemporary art world through young artist collectives

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Conversations

Interview with Chang Yoong Chia

The Malaysian artist discusses his works, including the series Flora & Fauna and Quilt of the Dead, and his experience participating in residency programmes

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Photologue | An Extravagant Art Fair

Images of the India Art Summit

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Notes

Photologue | Rejuvenating Rural Japan with Contemporary Art

Images from the Echigo Tsumari Art Triennial 2009

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Essays

Reading Through the Lense of the Political: Contemporary Art in Pakistan

Naiza is a visual artist and researcher based in Karachi

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Conversations

Interview with Tsui Kuang-yu

The Taiwanese artist talks about satire, daily life, and his upcoming trip to Antarctica

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Photologue | Home Today, Saigon Tomorrow

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

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Essays

Regional Formation and the Postcolonial Question: Contemporary Art in Hong Kong and the PRD

Carolyn Cartier, Professor of Human Geography and China Studies at the University of Technology, Sydney

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Conversations

Interview with Tsang Kin-wah

The Hong Kong artist discusses his background, artistic practice, and his latest work

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Essays

News from Islands

Aaron Seeto, Director of Gallery 4A in Sydney

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Photologue | A Research Trip to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

A five-day trip to galleries, alternative spaces, and artist-in-residencies

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Photologue | The World Meets at "Making Worlds"

Images from the 53rd Venice Biennale

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Research Log | Observations on the Korean Art Scene in 2008

The Korean art scene's hectic and eventful 2008

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Essays

Beyond the Collection Display

Reiko Tomii is a New York-based independent scholar and curator who investigates post 1945 Japanese art in global and local contexts

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Conversations

Interview with Sasa[44]

The Korean artist discusses his diverse background and his ideas about documenting a new history

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Photologue | May Mania

Images of an action-packed month in Hong Kong

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Photologue | Touring the South: In Search of Alternatives

A trip in search of art outside the gallery and museum spaces

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Conversations

Interview with Donna Ong

The Singaporean artist speaks about her works and artistic practice, her country, and her diverse background

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Research Log | Observing Contemporary Chinese Art Through Writings

Fiona He shares observations on the contemporary art scene in China

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Essays

The Necessary Instability of Hybrid Cultures

Davide Quadrio argues that art needs to be empowered by people who genuinely desire communities of ideas and innovation

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Essays

Curatorial Connections, Southeast Asia: Three Panels, Two Books

June Yap is an independent curator based in Singapore

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Conversations

Interview with Sopheap Pich

Erin Gleeson speaks with the Cambodian artist about sculpture, his daily routine, and the Khmer Rouge

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Photologue | 2008 Taipei Arts Awards

An important competition for young artists and students

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Essays

Farm-to-Market Roads

Patrick D. Flores is Professor of Art Studies at the University of the Philippines

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Conversations

Interview with Tomoko Yoneda

The artist speaks about her photography, her view of history, and the stories behind her work

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Photologue | A First Glimpse into 2009

Images of exhibitions held during uncertain and politically sensitive times

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Photologue | Arena Livens Up in Jakarta

Images of Jakarta Biennale 2009

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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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Conversations

Interview with Poklong Anading

The Filipino artist discusses the art scene and creative community in Manila, and his experiences at various alternative art spaces in the region

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Photologue | A Chance to Be Poetic

Thai artists seeking respite from a dysfunctional political and social landscape

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Photologue | Studios Open House

Images of Hong Kong art studios and clusters

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Conversations

Interview with Varsha Nair

The Thailand-based artist discusses her mixed background, her views on female artists, the art scene, and recent turmoils in Thailand and India

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Photologue | Largest Exhibition on Contemporary Indian Art in Japan

Images of "BRIC" contemporary art in Japan

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Photologue | Pasong Tamo: The New Artwalk

Images of a burgeoning destination for contemporary Philippine art

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Essays

Thinking Backwards: Notes on Art Tamed and Contained (in both Senses of the Term)

Yeung Yang reflects on the complications of "public art"

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Essays

Critical Horizons: On Art Criticism in China

Pauline J. Yao is a curator and scholar based in Beijing and San Francisco and co-founder of Arrow Factory

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Conversations

Interview with Cao Fei

The Chinese artist discusses her Second Life project, her view on the virtual world, and her generation

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Notes

Research Log | Contextualizing and Contesting Current Conversations in South Asian Art

On the dynamism of the Pakistani art scene

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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

Home, Again: Notes on Contemporary Vietnamese Art

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

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Conversations

Interview with Amy Cheung

AAA's Phoebe Wong and Janet Chan speak to Hong Kong artist Amy Cheung

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Photologue | Now Jump, NJP Festival, Nam June Paik Art Center

Images of Nam June Paik Art Center’s inaugural biennial exhibition

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Research Log | Plugging-in into Shanghai’s Urbanized Landscape

Fiona He spends four days exploring openings and events at the Shanghai eArts Festival

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Conversations

Interview with Jompet

The Indonesian artist discusses his home of Yogyakarta, his Yokohama Triennial work, and the idea of 'Javanese Syncretism'

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Photologue | A Possible World: Taipei Biennale

Images from the 2008 Taipei Biennale

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Photologue | China Whirlwind

Images of a week-long trip to China during biennial season

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Photologue | In Search of Time Crevasse in Yokohama, 12–17 Sep 2008

Images of the first week of Yokohama Triennale 2008

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Photologue | Two Biennials in Korea

Images of the Gwangju and Busan Biennales

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Photologue | Wander and Wonder: Singapore Biennale

Images of the Singapore Biennale

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Essays

Reflecting on International Biennials and Triennials in Asia

Meiqin Wang is an assistant professor of Asian art history at California State University, Northridge

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Research Log | Contemporary Art Fair and Art Museum Openings in India

Nabodita Sarkar documents two indelible events for art lovers in India

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Conversations

Interview with Alwin Reamillo

The West Australian-based Filipino artist discusses his collaborative works and social sculptures, his peripatetic life, and his philosophical journeys

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Photologue | Seoul, Jul 2008

Images of two exhibition openings run by Arts Council Korea

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Essays

Re-imagi(ni)ng the Buddha: The Multiplicity of Authenticities in Contemporary Tibetan Art

Amy Holmes-Tagchungdarpa, Assistant Professor of Tibetan Cultural History at the University of Alabama

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Research Log | Documenting Indonesia

On the significance of the Indonesia Visual Art Archive for Indonesian contemporary art

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My China Now

Karen Smith looks at at project designed to foster awareness of Chinese culture within China and abroad

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Photologue | A Change of the Guard

Manila's museums make space for contemporary art

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Photologue | A Slice of Contemporary Art in This Summer, Jul 2008

Images of three exhibitions in Taipei

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Photologue | Emerging Talents: Mumbai, May–Jun 2008

Images of new faces of Indian contemporary art

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Research Log | The Advantages of Being Away

Wen Yau reflects on the "freedom" of Macau's burgeoning art scene

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Research Log | Northern Lights

A survey trip to Chiang Mai and Lamphun

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Conversations

Interview with Wong Hoy Cheong

Diaaalogue Editor Susan Acret spoke to the artist about the universal themes in his work and his views on Malaysian art

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Photologue | After New Year

Images of the contemporary art scene in Bangkok

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Photologue | Between Folk Culture and Contemporary in Kaohsiung, Jun 2008

Images of A Kaleidoscopic View at the Kaohsiung Museum of Fine Arts

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Photologue | What's Happening in the Pearl River Delta, Jun 2008

Images of a trip to Guangdong

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The Quiet in the Land: Art, Spirituality, and Everyday Life, Luang Prabang, Lao PDR

John Alan Farmer is an art historian and attorney

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Essays

Building a New Arts Infrastructure: Non-State Foundations in Asia

Christine Clark is a curator and art administrator

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Conversations

Interview with Imran Qureshi

Diaaalogue Editor Susan Acret spoke with the Pakistani artist about miniature painting and his world view from his home in Lahore

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Photologue | A Sculptural Utopia: Beijing, May 2008

Images of a busy month documenting contemporary sculpture

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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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Interview with Zhan Wang

The Beijing artist discusses his artistic practice, "superstar" contemporary artists, and rocks in Louis Vuitton stores

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Essays

Mature Museums

Tobias Berger, Director and Chief Curator of Para/Site Art Space

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Photologue | New Delhi, Mar 2008

Images from India's first international performance art festival

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Photologue | Shanghai and Hangzhou, Apr 2008

Images of the Moganshan art district and the China Academy of Art

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Research Log | Art Dubai: Cultivating a New Oasis

Maliha Noorani examines the rapid expansion of Art Dubai

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Travelogue | Baguio

Dispatches from the small city located in the Cordillera Mountains north of the Philippines

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An Open Letter to Artists in Pakistan

Rasheed Araeen is the founding editor of Third Text

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Photologue | Beijing, 1–18 Mar 2008

Images of Beijing's 798 under construction

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Photologue | Manila, 19–23 Feb 2008

A glimpse at contemporary art in Manila

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Research Log | Nothing If Not Liberated

Phoebe Wong travels to Myanmar for the Festival of Contemporary Theatre and Performance Art

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Photologue | Beijing, 17–26 Jan 2008

Images of openings and events in Beijing

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Photologue | Manila, 3–22 Jan 2008

Images of exhibitions and new art spaces

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Photologue | Taipei, 20–25 Jan 2008

Images of contemporary art spaces in and around Taipei

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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

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Research Log | A Fresh Breeze in Art Education

A classroom in the basement of Yokohama Yamate Chinese School and the Yokohama Triennale

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Conversations

The Accidental Entrepreneur: Interview with a Bibliophile

Robert Bernell discusses publishing, the international art community, and contemporary art in China

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Essays

Biennale Demand

Lee Weng Choy, an art critic and artistic co-director of The Substation arts centre in Singapore

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Photologue | Archiving Artist-run Spaces (AARS)

Images of exhibitions, installations, and presentations in the Philippines

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Photologue | Lianzhou International Photo Festival, 8–9 Dec 2007

Images of the Lianzhou International Photo Festival

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Photologue | Visual Arts Organisations in the Pearl River Delta Region, 10–12 Dec 2007

Images of a trip to the PRD region

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Essays

Art Market Micro Economics

Jonathan Thomson is an artist, art historian, critic, and curator based in Hong Kong

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Photologue | 9th Asiatopia Performance Art Festival and Soft Launch of Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

Images of two significant art events in Thailand

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Photologue | From New Spaces to Nostalgic Art: A Glimpse at Nov 2007 in Beijing

Images of a month-long trip to Beijing

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Travelogue | New York

Images exploring Pakistan’s presence in New York’s contemporary art scene

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Malaysia’s New People Power

Kathy Rowland, Co-Founder and Managing Editor of Kakiseni

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Photologue | 2007 Asia Art Biennial and Art Spaces in Taichung, 12–14 Oct 2007

Images of a trip to Taiwan

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Photologue | A Trip to Shanghai, 20–21 Oct 2007

Images of the local art scene

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Photologue | Visiting Seoul, 3–8 Oct 2007

Images of artworks, installations, and exhibition spaces

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Research Log | A Trip to ARCUS Studio

A visit to the international residency programme

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Photologue | AAA at ShContemporary, 5–9 Sep 2007

Images of artists, installations, and artworks

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Photologue | Breathing Space: Pakistan’s National Art Gallery, 25–26 Aug 2007

The newly renovated gallery opens with the show Moving Ahead, featuring both established and emerging Pakistani artists

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Research Log | ShContemporary and Chengdu Biennale

Dispatches from an art fair and a biennial

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Essays

The Mekong Art and Culture Project

Secretariat Team of The Mekong Art and Culture Project

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Shisha and the First Asia Triennial Manchester

Alnoor Mitha, Director at Shisha

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It's a Bull Market!: Investing in the Future of Contemporary Asian Art

Susan Acret, a Hong Kong based independent writer and the editor of AAA's monthly newsletter

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Photologue | Beijing, 10–14 Jul 2007

Images of an AAA team visit to Beijing

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Essays

Art in Singapore and the Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore

Eugene Tan, Director of the Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore

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Photologue | Beijing Openings, 27–29 Jun 2007

Images of artists, installations, and exhibition spaces

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Research Log | Europe Diary

A journey during June 2007

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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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Photologue | Karachi, May 2007

Images from a trip to Karachi

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Research Log | For Every One of Them, There Are Ten of Us

A Baroda Diary, 9–14 May 2007

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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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Essays

Beyond Vol. I, No. 1: Ctrl+P Journal of Contemporary Art

Flaudette May V. Datuin, Editor and Co-Founder of Ctrl+P Journal of Contemporary Art

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Photologue | Guangzhou: Exhibition of Contemporary Art in Southwest China 1985–2007

Images from a visit to the Guangdong Museum of Art

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Photologue | India and Pakistan, Mar 2007

Images of a trip to India and Pakistan

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Research Log | Dispatch from Berlin

Dispatches from the fourth Berlin Biennale

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Essays

. . . and Malaysia?

Michelle Antoinette on Malaysian art

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Photologue | 5th International Ink Painting Biennial of Shenzhen

Images of the 5th International Ink Painting Biennial of Shenzhen

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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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Photologue | The Second Lianzhou International Photo Festival

Images of the 2nd Lianzhou International Photo Festival

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Essays

Thais: Art, Culture, and the Growing Up

Chatvichai Promadhattavedi, Chairman of the Committee of Cultural Management Policy, Bangkok Art and Culture Centre

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Essays

Myanmar Contemporary Art: Is There Such a Thing?

Jacquelyn Suter, Founder of Gold Leaf

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Photologue | Platform

Images of an art project in Bangkok

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Photologue | Taipei Biennial 2006

Images of the Taipei Biennial 2006

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

Scenes from galleries, exhibitions, and installations in Vietnam

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Imagining The Future: Museums, Artist Spaces And Communities

Caroline Turner, Deputy Director of the Humanities Research Centre at the Australian National University

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Photologue | Busan Biennale 2006

Images of Busan Biennale 2006

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Photologue | Chengdu, 16–18 Oct 2006

Images of the local art scene

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The Near Future: Asian Art in the UK

Sally Lai, an independent curator and fellow of the Clore Leadership Programme

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Photologue | Shanghai Biennale, 4–6 Sep 2006

Images of the Shanghai Biennale

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Photologue | The First Singapore Biennale, 31 Aug–3 Sep 2006

Images of the first Singapore Biennale

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Research Log | Ulaan Bataar, 20–29 Jul 2006

Chang Tsong-zung's dispatches from the Mongolian city

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

Notes and images from the Nippon International Performance Art Festival

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Essays

Bangladeshi Art in the 1990s

Ziaul Karim, Executive Editor of Jamini

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Photologue | Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial, 22–23 Jul 2006

Images of the Echigo-Tsumari Art Triennial

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Photologue | Shanghai

Images of the local art scene

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Essays

Curatorship and Criticism in Thailand: Between Promotion and Critique

David Teh, an independent writer and curator

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Photologue | Beijing, 31 May–3 Jun 2006

Images of artists, artworks, and exhibitions

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Photologue | Biennale of Sydney, 7–11 Jun 2006

Images of the Biennale of Sydney

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Photologue | Pearl River Delta

Images of a trip to Shenzhen, Yangjiang, and Guangzhou

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Photologue | Xi'an, 14–16 Jun 2006

Images of a trip to Xi'an

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Essays

Excursion: Group Exhibition of Contemporary Visual Artists in Hong Kong

Jeff Leung, a freelance art worker focusing on Hong Kong Visual Arts

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Photologue | 24 Hours in Bangkok

Images of a day in Bangkok

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Research Log | Quake in Yogjakarta

Nunuk Ambarwati reports from Yogjakarta

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Essays

An Art Market with Chinese Characteristics

Jonathan Napack, an independent art critic and Asia Advisor for Art Basel

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Photologue | Trip to Shanghai and Hangzhou, 3–6 Apr 2006

Images of a trip to Shanghai and Hangzhou

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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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Photologue | Trip to Seoul, 12–15 Mar 2006

Images of a trip to Seoul

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Research Log | Bangladesh in Focus

Phoebe Wong shares insights on the 12th Asian Art Biennale Bangladesh

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Research Log | Move on Asia: Clash and Network Seminar

On Alternative Space Loop's seminar at Yonsei University

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Reviewing Reviews: Looking Back at 2005 DiAAAlogues

David Elliott provides "a review of reviews"

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Alternative Art Spaces in Japan

Andrew Maerkle interviews Arts Initiative Tokyo programmer Roger McDonald about the history and sustainability of alternative art spaces in Japan

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Photologue | Mumbai and New Delhi, 19–26 Feb 2006

Images of a trip to Mumbai and New Delhi

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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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Research Log | Jakarta and Jogjakarta

Juliana Yasin interacts with artists and curators in Indonesia

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Essays

Developing a Consequential Biennials Dialogue

Joe Martin Hill, Founder of Vision Connect

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Asia Australia Arts Centre: Asian Traffic on the Move

Binghui Huangfu, Director of Asia Australia Art Centre

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Photologue | 2nd Guangzhou Triennial, 18 Nov 2005

Images of the 2nd Guangzhou Triennial

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Photologue | Inward Gazes: Documentaries of Chinese Performance Art, 15 Nov 2005

Images at the Macau Museum of Art

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Photologue | Tokyo

Images of Tokyo's largest gallery complex

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Photologue | 24 Hours in Singapore

Images from exhibitions and locales around the city

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Research Log | Red October

Philip Tinari's notes on some recent exhibitions of Chinese contemporary art

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The "Great Leap Forward" of Culture in the Pearl River Delta

Hu Fang highlights some cultural and artistic developments in the constantly evolving PRD

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Photologue | Fukuoka Triennale 2005, 16–19 Sep 2005

Images of the Fukuoka Triennale 2005

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Photologue | MOCA Shanghai, 24–25 Sep 2005

Images from the opening of MOCA Shanghai

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Photologue | Yokohama Triennale 2005, 27–28 Sep 2005

Images of the Yokohama Triennale 2005

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Research Log | Bubbly Biennial

On the Second Beijing Biennial and a Roundup of Satellite Shows

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Solo Endurance Performance Artists and the Document in Contemporary Asian Art

Betti-Sue Hertz, Curator of Contemporary Art at the San Diego Museum of Art

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Bangkok Art and Cultural Centre

Phatarawadee Phataranawik from The Nation, Bangkok's Independent Newspaper

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Research Log | Hot Workshop in a Big Typhoon

On the AIR Asia workshop in Tainan

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

Kuroda Raiji, Chief Curator, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum

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Research Log | Flourishing Alternatives in the Old Capital

Mio Iwakiri explores the art scene in Tainan

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Floating Towards Venice

Peter Nagy, artist, curator, and Director of Gallery Nature Morte, New Delhi

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Research Log | Recent Travels to Copenhagen, Venice, and Basel

The 51st Venice Biennale and more

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On My Way

Oscar Ho, Director of MoCA Shanghai

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Photologue | 51st Venice Biennale

Images of the 51st Venice Biennale

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Ho Chi Minh City: Emerging Scenes, Emerging Scenarios

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

Varsha Nair and Karen
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Photologue | Public Art In(tervention) Symposium, Lamphun-Chiang Mai, 17–20 Feb 2005

Images of the panelists and symposium space

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Wicked WKCD

Matthew Turner, Professor at Edinburgh Napier University

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Asian American Arts Centre, New York

Robert Lee, Director of the Asian American Arts Centre of New York

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In Residence in Beijing

Brian Wallace, AAA Academic Advisor and Director of Red Gate Gallery, Beijing

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Research Log | Outside the Centre

Zhang Zhaohui investigates the art scene in four Chinese cities

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Retreating from the Forefront of Officialisation: The Example of Artists in Fo Tan Industrial Area

Leung Po Shan looks at strategies of HK art practitioners trying to survive outside the safety net of government sponsorships

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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

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Research Log | Report on the Melbourne Art Fair

Zhang Zhaohui looks at galleries and projects at the Melbourne Art Fair

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Contemporary Taiwanese Art in the Era of Contention

Lee Yulin is an art historian and curator

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Research Log | Shanghai Biennial 2004

Phoebe Wong documents exhibits at the Shanghai Biennial

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Edge of Desire: Recent Art in India

Chaitanya Sambrani, curator, and art historian

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Research Log | Walking Through Oasis in Industrial Blocks

Phoebe Wong tours Kwun Tong, Hong Kong's "up-and-coming artistic hub"

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Research Log | Contemporary Art Exhibition in Bhutan

Chang Tsong-zung explores contemporary art in Thimphu

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The Archive and Archiving: The Stuff of My Art

Judy Freya Sibayan is an artist, archivist, and lecturer

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A Call for a Normalised Art History

Joan Kee examines how scholars handle non-Western artists

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Research Log | Guide to Museums in Shenzhen: South China’s New Cultural Centre?

Claire Hsu visits museums throughout Shenzhen

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Research Log | Visit to Manila

Claire Hsu travels to the Philippines and visits several museums

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Criticism and “The Essence of Contemporary Asian Art”

Lee Weng Choy on emerging discourses that stake as well as contest claims about what "Asia" might mean

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Layers (or the Pardon of a Narrow Glocal Vision)

Jaspar Lau provides short notes on Hong Kong artists’ initiatives, curatorship, and criticism

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Research Log | The Art Scene in Guangzhou is Hot!

Zhang Zhaohui explores developments in Guangzhou since its triennial in 2002

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Research Log | Kunming Trip

Zhang Zhaohui notes Kunming's important role for the region's art climate

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Research Log | Touching Base with Yogyakarta

Phoebe Wong notes the essential role "Yogya" has been playing in Indonesian contemporary art

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Our Modernities: Positioning Asian Art Now

Xenia Xenia Tetmajer von Przerwa is a Beijing-based art critic and sinologist

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Hong Kong Biennial 2003

John Batten, AAA Advisor

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Research Log | The Left Wing Show in Beijing

Zhang Zhaohui highlights Chinese artists concerned about the economic and cultural impacts of globalisation

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Mori Art Museum | Happiness: A Survival Guide to Art and Life

Pamela Kember, AAA Director, art critic, and lecturer

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Venice Biennale and Contemporary Asian Art: A Juror's Perspective

Vishakha Desai, Senior Vice-President and Director of the Museum of Asia Society

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Publishing and Contemporary Asian Art

Susan Acret, art critic and former editor of Art Asia Pacific

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Travelogue | CP Open Biennale

Spotlight on the works of 128 Indonesian and international artists

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Photologue | Beijing Trip

Images of exhibitions at the 798 Factory, the National Museum of Art, and the Red Gate Gallery

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The Charm of Foreign Parts

John Clark wonders whether modernity re-defined in Asia will be able to re-define modern art itself

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A Guggenheim in Hong Kong?

Jane DeBevoise follows up on two talks recently held at AAA entitled “A Guggenheim in Hong Kong?”

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Has the World Really Changed?

Lu Peng reflects on the loss of metaphysical richness in art

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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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Photologue | 50th Biennale di Venezia

Images of Asian participation at the Biennale

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Plan for an Exhibition

Dr. Britta Erickson, AAA Academic Advisor, curator, and art historian

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Notes from Taiwan

Chang Tsong-zung, AAA Co-Founder and Director

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Research Log | The 4th Kwangju Biennale

AAA documented the 4th Kwangju Biennale held from the 29 March–29 June 2002

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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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Email Forum on Art and Social Change, May 2011

Kao Chien-hui, Valerie Doran, Rasheed Araeen, Naiza Khan, Raqs Media Collective, and Lee Weng Choy