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.........., K.G.Subramanyan, New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1987.

..........., ‘Francis Newton Souza:Devil in the Flesh' Third Text, no.8/9.

Karunakar, P.,Akbar Padamsee’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, no.23.

............, ‘V.S.Gaitonde’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, 19 & 20.



George Keyt Exhibition, Colombo, Lionel Wendt Gallery, 1983.

Krishnan, S.A., ‘Figurative and Abstract Art’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, nos. 7 & 8.

............., ‘Matter and Spirit' [editorial], Lalit Kala Contemporary, nos 12 & 13.

............., ‘Hebbar’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, no.10.

Kumar, Ram, ‘Observations of an artist face à face with all the aesthetic theories’, see [Simla] above, 1968.

Indian Art since the early 1940s- a search for identity, Cholamandal, Artists' Handicraft Association, 1974.

Mehta, Tyeb ‘Beyond Narrative Painting’, Art Heritage, 9, 1989-90.

Murti, I., ‘The Independent Romantic of Indian Art [Anjolie Ela Menon], Asian Art News, 2, no.2 Mar/Apr 1992.

Narayan, B., ‘Artists of the third epoch’, Lalit Kala Akademi, no.3.



Akbar Padamsee, Retrospective, New Delhi, Art Heritage, 1981 [?].

Niranjana, Tejaswini; Sudhir, P.; Dhareshwar, Vivek; Interrogating Modernity: Culture and Colonialism in India, Calcutta, Seagull Books, 1993.

Paniker, K.C.S., ‘Contemporary Painters and metaphysical elements in the art of the past’,Lalit Kala Contemporary, nos 12 & 13.

Pradhan S., Marxist Cultural Movement in India: Chronicles and Documents [1936-47], Calcutta, National Book Agency, 1979.

Parimoo, R., ‘Baroda painters and sculptors’, Lalit Kala Contemporary, no.4.

Ramachandra Rao, P.R., Contemporary Indian Art, Hyderabad, published by the author, 1969.

Ray, P., ‘There can be no international art'(review of Gablik's Progress in Art, New York, Rizzoli, 1977), Journal of Arts & Ideas, July-September, 1983.

.......’The Political in Art' (review of Somnath Hore's Tebhaga: An Artist's Diary and Sketchbook), Journal of Arts & Ideas, 22, April 1992.



Raza, Bombay, Gallery Chemould, 1985.

Krishna Reddy: A Retrospective, Calcutta, Birla Academy of Art & Culture, 1984.

Russel, M., George Keyt, Bombay, Marg, 1950.

Sheikh, G.M., ‘Among Several Cultures and Times’, in Borden, C.M., ed., Contemporary Indian Traditions, Washington, Smithsonian Institution Press, 1989

.........., ‘Viewer's View: Looking at Pictures’, Journal of Arts & Ideas April-June 1983.

.........., ‘Mobile Vision: Some Synoptic Comments’, Journal of Arts & Ideas, October-December 1983.

Singh, M.G., ‘The Orientalist: A Short Note on Vivan Sundaram's Work’, Journal of Arts & Ideas, 17-18, June 1989.

K.G. Subramanyan: Retrospective, Calcutta, Birla Academy of Art & Culture, 1983.

Vivan Sundaram, Catalogue, New Delhi, Shrihardharani Gallery, 1984.

Vivan Sundaram: Journeys, Bangalore, Kala Yatra, 1988.
20-j The New Establishments

Dhamija, R., Award Winners, National Exhibition of Art, 1955-1990, New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1990.

Hebbar, K.K., Voyage in Images, Bombay, Jehangir Gallery, 1990.

Pathy, D., convenor, Veteran Artists of India, New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1990.

Raman, A.S. et al, Nature and Environment, New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1989.

Sarkar, S., essay for 25th Anniversary Exhibition of Calcutta Painters, Calcutta, Birla Academy of Art & Culture, 1990.


20-k The folk and the modern

Archana, The Language of Symbols, New Delhi, Crafts Council of India

Chandra, M., et al, Folk Paintings of India, New Delhi, India International Cultural Centre, 1959.

Dalmia, Y., The Painted World of the Warlis, New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1988.

’The Folk Inspiration in Modern Indian Painting", [editorial], Lalit Kala Contemporary, no.5.

Jain, J., Painted Myths of Creation, New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1984.

......., ‘Ganga Devi’, Third Text, no.6, Spring 1990.

Kramrisch, S., Unknown India: Ritual Art in Tribe and Village, Philadelphia, 1968.

Maske, J.S. & B., The Warlis: Tribal Paintings & Legends, Bombay, Chermould Publications and Arts, n.d.

Maury, C., Folk Origins of Indian Art, Calcutta, Oxford and IBH Publishing Company, 1967.

Pathy, D., Traditional Paintings of Orissa, Bhubaneswar, Working Artists' Association of Orissa, 1990.

Saksena, J., Mandana; A Folk Art of Rajasthan, New Delhi, National Crafts Museum, 1985.

Shah, H., Fischer, E., Rural Craftsmen and Their Work, Ahmedabad, National Institute of Design, 1970.

........, Fischer, B.& E., Gopal: Ein Indischer Balladen Sänger zeichnet sein Leben, Wuppertal, Peter Hamm Verlag, 1985.

........, Form and Many Forms of Mother Clay, New Delhi, National Crafts Museum, 1985.

........, Votive Terracottas of Gujarat, New York, Mapin International,1985.

Swaminathan, J., Jain, J., The Art of Adivasi; Tribal Art, Tokyo, Yomiuri Shinbun, 1988.

..............., The Perceiving Fingers, Bhopal, Bharat Bhavan, 1987.

Williams, J., ‘From the fifth to the twentieth century and back’, Art Journal, 49, 4, Winter 1990.

20-l Style, Criticism, and Identity

Note: the Lalit Kala Akademi has from time to time published small monographs on important individual artists, some of which are in the National Library in Canberra. Power Library also has volumes 1-22 of Lalit Kala Contemporary.

Clark, J., ‘Individual creation and the Indian imaginary: conversations with Swaminathan and Arpita Singh’, Art & Asia-Pacific, no.2, June 1993.

Dube, A., catalogue essay for Seven Young Sculptors, New Delhi, KasauliArt Centre, 1985.

Ganguli, K.K., Drawings and Paintings of Dhirendranath Brahma, Calcutta, Birla Academy of Art and Culture, 1990.

James, J., essay for Sculpture: The Madras metaphor, New Delhi, Art Heritage, 1991.

Kapur, Geeta, Pictorial Space: A Point of View on Contemporary Indian Art, New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1977.

..........., Place for People, [text for exhibition], Bombay, JehangirArt Gallery; New Delhi, Rabindra Bhavan, 1981.

..........., ‘Modern Indian Painting: A Synoptic View’, Journal of Arts and Ideas, October-December, 1982

............, K.G.Subramanyan, New Delhi, Lalit Kala Akademi, 1987.

............, ‘Contemporary Cultural Practice: Some Polemical categories’, Third Text, no.11, Summer 1990.

...........,The Centre-Periphery Model or How are we Placed?’, Art Monthly Australia, 1990/ Third Text nos 16/17, Autumn Winter 1991.

.........., ‘When was modernism in Indian/ Third World art/’, South Atlantic Quarterly, vol.92, no.3, Summer 1993.

Lynn, Victoria, ‘’,[on the organization of the Indian Triennale] Art & Australia, vol.24, no1.

Okada, Amina ‘Kesu Das: The Impact of Western Art on Mughal Painting.’ Marg 49:4 June 1998

Patel, G., ‘Contemporary Indian painting’, Daedalus, vol. 118, no.4, Fall, 1989.


20-m The 1990s

Ananth, Deepak, ‘Mrinalini Mukherjee’s hemp sculpture’, Art Asia Pacific, vol.3, no.4, 1996.

Andrews, Joerlla. ‘Telling Tales: Five Contemporary Women Artists from India.’ [Ayisha Abraham, Rummana Hussain, Anita Dube, Sheela Gowda, Pushpamala N] Third Text no. 43, Summer 1998

‘Avinash Chandra 1931-1991.’ Third Text no.16/17 Autumn/Winter 1991

Boji, Zoja, ‘The Age of Heroes’ [Indian Calendar Prints], Art Monthly Australia, no.102, August 1997.

Chopra, Suneet, ‘A popular contemproary’ [MF Husain], Asian Art News, vol.6, no.2, Mar/Apr 1996

Doctor, Geeta, ‘An Artist of his time’ [Yusuf Arakkal], Asian Art News, vol.6, no.4, July / August,

1996.


Fink, Hannah, ‘Bizarre Bazaar’, Art & Australia, [review of Indian Triennale] vol.32, no.1, Spring 1994

Ghose, Arun, ‘Galleries in Calcutta today’, ‘Voices from Calcutta’,Asian Art News, vol.6, no.2, Mar/Apr 1996

Guha, Tania, ‘Mirnalini Mukherjee: labyrinths of the mind’, Third Text, 28/29, Autumn/Winter 1994.

........................,‘Andrea Fisher/Mona Hatoum.’ Third Text no.28/9 Autumn/Winter 1994

Goodman, Joanna, 'Small Pleasures', [Shazia Sikander], World Art, #15, December 1997. [includes index for issues 1-12].

Herwitz, Daniel, 'Indian Histories: the recent work of M.F.Husain;', Art AsiaPacific,no.18, 1998.

Hoskote, Ranjit, ‘Transforming traditions’ [Mehllli Gobhai], Asian Art News, vol.6, no.6,

November/December 1996.

........................, ‘The Moderns: The National Gallery of Art Mumbai’, Art AsiaPacific, no.16, 1997.

........................, ‘Back to the World: Anxiety and Exhilaration in Contemporary Indian Art.’ ‘Asian Art: Prospects for the Future.’ International Symposium 1999

Jaana, Reena, ‘Contemporary tales from India’, [photography], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.5, September / October 1997.

Jain, Jyotindra, Ganga Devi: Tradition and expression in Mithila painting, Ahmedabad, Mapin Publishing [review: Dalmia, Art AsiaPacific,no.18, 1998.]

........................,‘Ganga Devi: Tradition and Expression in Madhubani Painting.’ Third Text no.6 Spring 1989

Jain, Madhu, ‘Not a Pretty Picture’, India Today, August 15, 1994.

James, Josef. ‘Sculpted Solutions: S. Nandagopal.’ World Sculpture News Summer 1997

Jamal Osman ‘E.B. Havell: The Art and Politics of Indianness.’ Third Text no.39 Summer 1997

Kapur, Geeta, ‘When was modernism in Indian/Third World Art’, South Atlantic Quarterly, vol.92,

no.3, Summer 1993.

....................., ‘Lightness of being: Bhupen Khakhar’s recent watercolours’, ART AsiaPacific,

no.14, 1997

....................., ‘Francis Newton Souza: Devil in the Flesh.’ Third Text no.8/9 Autumn/Winter 1989

Kapoor, Kamala, ‘The art of Nilima Sheikh’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.3, no.2, 1996.

.........................,‘Bombay Report’, Art Asia Pacific, vol.3, no.4, 1996.

........................., ‘ Home Nation’ [Rumana Hussain], ART AsiaPacific, no.13, 1997.

........................., 'Daily Rituals: Rekha Rodwittiya's rebellion', Art AsiaPacific, no.17, 1998.

........................., ‘Conjuring The World: Ravinder Reddy’s sculptural emblems.’ Art AsiaPacific issue 21 1999

Khandekar, Reunka, ‘In search of secrets’,[Madhoor Kapur], Asian Art News, vol.6, no.2, Mar/Apr 1996

Khopkar Arun, ‘Saint Bhupen’, ART AsiaPacific, no.14, 1997

Kidd, Courteny, 'Fire and Life: kindling Australian-Indian cultural exchange', Art AsiaPacific,no.18, 1998.

Kumar, Kavi, ‘A Third Conitnent’ [Sakti Burman in Paris], Asian Art News, vol.6, no.6,

November/December 1996.

Loxley, Anne, 'Khovar dreamings: contemporary tribal art in South Bihar, India', Art AsiaPacific,no.18, 1998.

Lynn, Victoria, ‘The art of N.N. Rimzon’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.3, no.2, 1996.

Lynn, Victoria, ‘Dung heap: sensuality and violence in the art of Sheela Gowda’, Art Asia Pacific,

vol.3, no.4, 1996

Mathur, Saloni. ‘Revisualising the Missionary Subject: History, Modernity and Indian Women.’ Third Text no.37 Winter 1996-97.

McEvilley, Thomas, ‘Fifty Yeasr of Indian Art, A conference in Mumbai’, Art AsiaPacific, no.16, 1997.

Murti, Isna ‘Redfining tradition, [A. Ramachandran], Asian Art News, vol.6, no.6,

November/December 1996.

........................., ‘Crisis in the House of Art’, Asian Art News, July/August 1994.

........................., ‘Coming into Their Own: contemporary sculpture in India.’ Asia-Pacific Sculpture News 2:1 Winter 1996

Niranjana, T., Sudhir, P., Dhareshwar, V., Interrogating Modernity: Culture and Colonuialism in



India, Seagull Books, Calcutta, 1993.

Prakash, Siddhartha, ‘Art in the capital’, ‘Art for the Environment’ , ‘An art form ignored’, [photography] Asian Art News, vol.6, no.2, Mar/Apr 1996

Rahman, Ram ‘ Sahmat: a political postcard from India’, ART AsiaPacific, no.14, 1997

Sen, Geeti, 'A new iconography: Indian woman artists in exhibition', Art AsiaPacific,no.18, 1998

Sharma, Satish, ‘Rotigraphy: Indian street photography’, ART AsiaPacific, no.13, 1997.

Sinha, G., ‘India Songs’ Art & Asia Pacific, vol.2, no.2, 1995.

Souza, Francis N. ‘Nirvana of a Maggot.’ [reprint of 1955] Third Text no.19 Summer 1992

Srinivasan, Sumitra, ‘The Road Ahead’ [Bombay], Asian Art News, vol.6, no.6,

November/December 1996.

‘Supplement: India’, Asian Art News, vol.5, no. 2, March-April 1995

Tagore, Sundaram, ‘Towards Identity’, I, Asian Art News, vol.5, no.6, Nov/Dec 1995.

........................., ‘A struggle for modernism’, II, Asian Art News, vol.6, no.1, Jan/Feb 1996.

........................., ‘A Story of a Jagged Line: The Art Of M.F. Husain.’ Art AsiaPacific issue 19 1998

Tawadros, Gilane. ‘Sutapa Biswas: Rememberance of Things Past and Present.’ Third Text no.22 Spring 1993

Uberoi, Patricia, ‘ From Goddess to Pin-Up: images of women in Indian calendar art’, ART

AsiaPacific, no.14, 1997
20-n Indian Artists abroad

Mohanti, P., ‘East-West Encounter’, Art Monthly [UK], no.132, December-January 1989-90

Teil, D. ‘Indian Painters in Paris", Lalit Kala Contemporary, no.4.
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21 NEPAL

Jolliffe, H., ‘A Community at the Crossroads’, Asian Art News, vol.4, no. 5, September/October 1994.

O’Riordan, Maurice, ‘A political stand’, [Ragini Upadhayay-Grela], Asian Art News, vol.5, no.3, Jul/Aug 995.

[Sashi Shah], Asian Art News, 2, no.5, Sep/Oct 1992.

’Nepalese Contemporary Art reaches out to the World’, Asian Art News, 2, no.4, Jul/Aug 1992.
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22 PAKISTAN

‘Chugtai, Abdul Rahman’, Orientations, June 1973

Hashmi, Salima, ‘Women artists in the Muslim World: a fresh perspective from Pakistan’, in Fukuoka Art Museum, 4th Asian Art Show Fukuoka: Realism as an Attitude, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Art Museum, 1994.

Jaana, Reena, ‘Cultural Weaving’, [Shahzia Sikander], Asian Art News, vol. 7, no. 2, March/April

1997.

‘Shakar, Ali’, Orientations, April 1973



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23. BANGLADESH

‘Supplement on Rickshaw Painting' to Fukuoka Art Museum ed., 4th Asian Art Show Fukuoka: Realism as an Attitude, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Art Museum, 1994.


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24. SRI LANKA/CEYLON

Bandaranayake,S., ‘Ivan Peries:(Paintings 1939-1969) ..’, Third Text, 2, Winter 1987/88

Bandaranaike, S., ‘Ananda Coomaraswamy and approaches to the study of traditional Sri Lankan art

and Society’, in P.E.P. Deraniyagala Commemoration Volume, Columbo, Sri Lanka, 1980.

.........................., ‘The Kataluva Murals’, Orientations, vol.13, no.1, January, 1982.

Keyt, George [see India above]

Jana, Reena. ‘Other Ways of Seeing.’ [Bari Kumar] Asian Art News 8:6 November/December 1998

Preece, Robert, ‘In time of War’, Asian Art News, vol.7, no.3, May/June 1997

....................... & Giddens, Sarah, ‘Artist’s Voices’ [Muhammaed Cader, Anoli Peera, Rahju, Senaka

Senanayake, Jagath weerasinghe, Laki Senanayake], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.3, May/June 1997


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CENTRAL ASIAN BORDERLANDS

25. MONGOLIASee entries in 1994 Fukuoka Asian Triennale Catalogue
26. CIS AND OTHER
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PACIFIC AND OCEANIA

  1. RELATED WORKS ON AUSTRALIAN, NEW ZEALAND, PAPUA NEW GUINEA & PACIFIC ART Teaiwa, Tersia K., 'Our Pacific: Contemporary Art in Fiji', Art AsiaPacific, no.17, 1998

Auckland Art Gallery Toi O Tâmaki Art Asia Pacific supplement no. 23, 1999

Barr, Jima and Mary, ' The Indefinite Article: MichaelParekowhai's riff on representation', Art Asia Pacific, no 23, 1999 Focus on New Zealand.

Bolton, Lissant, ‘The New Vanuatu Cultural Centre’, Art AsiaPacific, vol.3, no.3, 1996.

Cochrane, Susan, 'We are the artists of today: recent sculpture from the Solomon Islands and Vanuatu', Art AsiaPacific,no.18, 1998.

Craw, R.’Anthropology or the other’, Art & Asia Pacific, supplement to Art & Australia, September 1993.

Davis, Leigh, 'Maori Bay Quarry: Maori prophets in the work of Colin McCahon', Art Asia Pacific, no 23, 1999 Focus on New Zealand. Art Asia Pacific, no 23, 1999 Focus on New Zealand.

Elias, Ann, ‘Kowtowing to Commerce’, Art & Asia-Pacific, vol.3, no.1, 1996.

Fraser, Viriginia, 'Te Papa Tongarewa', Art Monthly Australia, no.110, June 1998.

Hayes, Michael, ‘Burning Bridges, The contentious California conference “Rewriting the Pacific”’,



Art AsiaPacific, vol.3, no.3, 1996

‘Indigenous Arts of the Pacific’, Special Issue, Artlink, vol.16, no.4, Summer 1996

Kaino, Lorna, The Necessity of Craft: Development and Women’s Craft Practices in the Asia-Pacific Region, Perth, University of Western Australia Press, 1995. [Review, Labrador, Ana P., in Art & Asia-Pacific, vol.3, no.1, 1966.]

Kasarherou, Emmanuel, ‘Portraits Kanak’, Art AsiaPacific, vol.3, no.3, 1996

Kidd, Courtney. ‘Oceans and Others: Navigating Pacific Territory.’ Art Monthley, Australia December 1998 to February 1999 number 116

Leonard, R. & Vercoe, C., ‘Sisters are doing it: fashion, dance, art: New Zealand’s Pacific Sisters’,



ART AsiaPacific, no.14, 1997

Lewis-Harris, J., ‘Printed, beaten, and coiled’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.2,no.2, 1995.

McAloon, William, ‘Casino Art in New Zealand’, Art Asia Pacific, vol.3, no.4, 1996

Mel, Micahel,’Tradition and bilas in New Guinea’, Art & Asia-Pacific, vol.3, no.1, 1966.

Morse, Marcia, ‘Not Venice, Hawaii: The Contemporary Museum Biennial of Hawaii artists’, Art & Asia-Pacific, vol.3, no.1, 1966.

Mosby, Tom Byra Mixie, ‘ Playthings: Dance machines from the Torres Strait Islands’, ART



AsiaPacific, no.14, 1997

‘Pacific Arts Symposium’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.1, 1993.

Page, Maude, ‘Contemporary Art at the Pacific Festival of Arts’, ART AsiaPacific, no.14, 1997

…………, ‘Interdigitatimg Reihananmations: Lisa Reihana’s Video Weavings.’ Art AsiaPacific issue 21 1999



Pirating the Pacific, Sydney, Powerhouse Museum, 1993, [review by Martin Terry in Art Monthly Australia, no.66, December-February 1993-94].

Sandra, Maillot Win-Nemou, ‘An exhibition of Torres Strait Islander Art in Noumea’, ART



AsiaPacific, no.14, 1997

Searle, R., ‘Melanesia’, Art Monthly Australia, no.66, December-February 1993-94.

Simons, Susan; Stevenson, Hugh, Luk Luk Gen! Look Again: Contemporary Art from Papua New Guinea, Townsville, Perc Tucker Regional Gallery, 1990.

Smalley, S.F., Contemporary Art of Papua New Guinea, New York, Bridgewater State College, 1989.

Smith, Allan, 'Bill Hammond Paints New Zealand', Art Asia Pacific, no 23, 1999 Focus on New Zealand.

Stevenson, Karen, ‘Picturing Pardise’ [Samoan photography], ART AsiaPacific, no.13, 1997.

…………..,‘The 7th Pacific Festival of Art in Samoa’, ART AsiaPacific, no.14, 1997.

………….., 'Negotiating 'tradtion': the art of Lily Laita and Anne O'Neill', Art AsiaPacific,no.18, 1998.

Teaiwa, Tersia K., 'Our Pacific: Contemporary Art in Fiji', Art AsiaPacific, no.17, 1998

Thomas, Nicolas, ‘Dance party’, The Vanuatu Cultural Centre Mini National Arts Festival, Art



AsiaPacific, vol.3, no.3, 1996.

.........................., ‘Marked men’, ART AsiaPacific, no.13, 1997.

.........................., ‘Oceans Apart’ [John Pule], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.3, May/June 1997

.........................., ‘Shadow and Substance: the recent work of Robert Jahnke’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.1, 1993.

..............., ‘What shall we tell them ? Pacific Art, politics and culture’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1.no.4, 1994.

..............., ‘Lost Gods: The paintings of John Pule’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1.no.4, 1994.

..............., ‘Pacific Presences’, Art Monthly Australia, no.86, Dec 1995-Feb 1996.

Tillers, Imants, 'Locating Shane Cotton', Art AsiaPacific issue 21 1999

Vaigro, W., ‘Luise Fong: cosmographies; a pathologists’s diary’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.2, no.2, 1995.

Vanya Taule'alo, 'Ua sii matalalaga: Creating New Patterns in Pacific Art', Art Monthly,

Vercoe, Corline, ‘Postcards as a signature of place’, Art & Asia-Pacific, vol.3, no.1, 1996.

Von Reiche, Steven, “Pacific festival of Arts Workshop report’, ART AsiaPacific, no.14, 1997

Waiko, John, ‘Through our own eyes: Contemporary Art in Papua New Guinea", Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.4, 1994.
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28. ASIAN ARTIST TRANSNATIONAL ACTIVITY

28-a ASIAN ARTIST TRANSNATIONAL ACTIVITY - IN USA & CANADA

Asian Traditions/Modern Expressions: Asian-American Artists and Abstraction, 1945-1970, Rutgers,


Anderson, Paul A., ‘David Diao; Critical Painting and the Racial Sublime’, Third Text, no.33,

Winter, 1995-1996.

Becker, Carol, 'The Romance of Nomadism: A Series of Reflections.' Art Journal Summer 1999

Binks, Hilary, ‘Looking Homeward’ [Hu Yongkai], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.3, May/June 1997

Brett, Guy. ‘David Medalla: From Biokineticism to Synoptic Realism.’ Third Text no. 8/9, Autumn/Winter, 1989.

.............., ‘Earth and Museum -- Local or Global? Third Text no.6 Spring 1989.

.............., ‘Li Yuan-chia 1929-1994.’ Third Text no. 28/9 Autumn/Winter, 1994

Bright, Susan, 'A Journey into Memory' [Qu Leilei in London], Asian Art News, vol. 8, no.1, January/February 1998

Brown, Glen ‘Ambiguous Narratives.’ [Hung Liu] Asian Art News 9:5 September/October 1999

Cai Guoqiang, Cultural Meeting Bath: Projects for the 20th century, New York, Queens Museum of Art, 1997 [review: Goodman, Art AsiaPacific,no.18, 1998.]

Chattophadhyay, Charlotte, ‘Dancing with the Tao’ [Dian Shui-lu Wong], Asian Art News, vol.6,

no.4, July/August, 1996

..........................................,‘Out of Hong Kong’, Asian Art News, vol.6, no.5, September / October,

1996.


..........................................., ‘Of parts and process’ [Soonj Oh Kim], Asian Art News, vol.6, no.6,

November/December 1996.

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