Joliffee, H., ‘Macau Marvels’, Asian Art News, vol.4, no.6, Nov-Dec 1994.
Lamain, Kitty, ‘Art at the handover’ [London exhibition reviews], Art AsiaPacific, no.17, 1998.
Lee, Quentin, ‘Delineating ‘Hong Kong’ Intellectuals: speculations on intellectual problematics and
Post/Coloniality’, Third Text, 28/29, Autumn/Winter 1994.
Pai, Maggie, ‘ Perspectives on 20th century Chinese Painting’, [Xubaizhui International Symposium],
Asian Art News, vol.6, no.1, Jan/Feb 1996.
Ma Lin et al, Contemporary Chinese Painting, Hong Kong, Chinese University of Hong Kong, 1986
‘Supplement: Hong Kong, Macau, China’, Asian Art News, vol.3, no.3, May-June 1993.
Tam, L.S., Urban Council Art Award Winners, Hong Kong, Urban Council, 1978
........, Hong Kong Artists: The Early Generation, Hong Kong, Urban Council, 1978
Visual Arts Society, Annual Exhibition, Hong Kong, Arts Centre, 1979
Wong,A., Hong Kong Arts Centre Inaugural Exhibition, 1977
3.b. Hong Kong Ink Painting
Artists and Art - Contemporary Chinese Paintings, Hong Kong, Urban Council, 1989
Calligraphy by Contemporary Chinese Masters, Hong Kong, Arts Centre, 1981
[Cheung, Lucia], Asian Art News, 2, no.5 Sept/Oct 1992.
Chui Tze-hung, Kan Tai-keung, Ng Yiu-chung, Hong Kong, Arts Centre, 1981
Clarke, David, ‘The insufficiency of tradition; paintings by Fang Zhaolin and Chu hing-Wah’, Art &
Asia Pacific, vol.2, no.3, 1995
Ding Yanyong; Only a Lifework would a triumph score, Hong Kong Plum Blossoms Gallery , 1988
Irene Chou, [pamphlet], the artist, n.d.1970s
.......... Boccaccio’s Decameron, Hong Kong, Faramir, 1976
..........Kirker, Anne, ‘Poised in Equilibrium’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.2, 1994.
Nancy Chu Woo, Asian Art News, 2, no.3, May June 1992.
Fang Zhaoling, Hong Kong, Fang Zhaoling, 1981
Ink painting of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Urban Council, 1987
Koo Mei, Hong Kong, City Hall, 1980
Koo Mei, Hong Kong, Arts Centre, 1981
Landscape Paintings by Lui Shou-kwan, Hong Kong, Fung Ping Shan Museum, 1985
Lin Fengmian/Clarke, David, ‘Exile from Tradition: Chinese and Western Traits in the art of Lin Fengmian’, Oriental Art XXXIX, no.4, Winter 1993-4.
.........../ Clarke, David, ‘‘Lin Fengmian and European Art' The Art of Lin Fengmian, Hong Kong, Arts
Lui Shou-kwan, 1919-1975, Hong Kong, Lui Mui Sin-ping, 1979
Mak Yuhin, Hong Kong, Arts Centre, 1983
Ting Yen-yung [Ding Yanyong], Hong Kong, Arts Centre, 1979
Tse Kui Ying, Hong Kong, Arts Centre, 1979
Wucius Wong, ‘Janus of the Chinese Vision’, Orientations, September 1976
‘The Inscapes of Wucius Wong’, Orientations, May 1980
Wucius Wong, Hong Kong, Museum of Art, 1979
..........., New York, Hanart, 1989
Yeung Yick-Chung, Hong Kong, Arts Centre, 1983
3.c.Oil painting, photography, prints and mixed media
Binks, Hilary, 'Visions Dark Dreams Fantastic', [Hong Kong Photography, Patrick Lee, Wong Hung-
fei], Asian Art News, 9:1 1999
[Luis Chan/Chen Fushan], The World of Luis Chan, Singapore, National Museum, 1987
......................., Luis Chan: Fifty Years of Artistic Career,Hong Kong, Urban Council, 1984
Gaylord Chan [Chen Yusheng], Hong Kong, Han Art 2, 1989
Ho, Oscar Hing-Hay, ‘In search of an identiy’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.1, 1993.
Michael Chen [Photographic Exhibition], Hong Kong, Arts Centre, 1980
Chu Hing-wah [Zhu Xinghua], Hong Kong, Institute for the Promotion of Chinese Culture, 1988
Kwong Yeu Ting, Hong Kong, Arts Centre, 1983
Lau tin-yum, Hong Kong, Arts Centre, 1983
’Lau Pui-Yee’, Asian Art News, 2, no.1, Jan/Feb 1992.
Syllabus for Art and Design, Hong Kong, Curriculum Development Committee, Forms I-III, 1975, Forms IV-V, 1978,
Alan L.Wong, Hong Kong, City Hall, April 1962
...........,.........,........., October 1963
Francis Wu, Hong Kong, Arts Centre, 1980
[Eva Yuen/Yuan Manhua], All In the Silence, Australia, St.Peters, S.A., Experimental Art Foundation,
......................, Two Faces: Nanking-Hong Kong Project 1979/80, Hong Kong, the artist, 1980
[Victor Lai, Yank Wong], Asian Art News,vol.5, no2., March/April 1995.
3.d.Sculpture and Ceramics
Chu Honsun, Hong Kong, Arts Centre,1983
Clarke, David, ‘Censorship in Hong Kong’, Art & Asia-Pacific, vol.3, no.1, 1966.
Clarke, David, ‘An invitation to words; The sculpture of Antonio Mak’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.2.,
no.3, October 1994.
Hong Kong Pottery Today, Hong Kong, Urban Council, 1984
[Mark Yee Fun], Recent Pottery of Mark Yee Fun, Hong Kong, Arts Centre, 1983
Aries Lee, Hong Kong, The artist, 1984
[Mak, Antonio, Hin-yeung], Asian Art News, 2, no.4, Jul/Aug 1992.
Millichap, John, ‘Para/Site: installation finds a home in Hong Kong.’ Asia-Pacific Sculpture News 2:2
Pong, Melanie, ‘Sculptor at Work’,[ Ha Bik-chuen], Asia-Pacific Sculpture News, vol.1, no.1, Winter,
Tam, L.S., Contemporary Open Air Sculpture, Urban Council, 1984
Ten Years of Hong Kong Sculpture, Hong Kong, Arts Centre, 1988
[Sah, Cynthia], Asian Art News, 2, no.4, Jul/Aug 1992.
[Van Lau], Sculpture of Hong Kong Space Museum, 1978?
Van Lau’s Sculptures, Hong Kong, Arts Centre, 1979
3.e. Hong Kong Art in the later 1990s.
Binks, Hilary, ‘Shifting the limits’ [Ren Rong], Asian Art News, vol. 7, no. 3, May/June 1997.
......................, ‘Art and Alchemy’ [Gerald Henderson], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.4, July/August 1997.
......................, 'A Voyage Between Cultures', [Wucius Wong] Asian Art News 9:3 1999
......................, 'Poignant Interactions', [Chu Hing-wah] Asian Art News 9:1 1999
......................, 'Refinine Nostalgia', [Hu Yongkai], Asian Art News 9:1 1999
......................, 'In the Footsteps of the Masters', Asian Art News 9:4 1999
Clarke, David, ‘Psychic Decolonization’ [Luis Chan], Art Asia Pacific, vol.3, no.4, 1996.
Curnow, Wynstan, ‘Transfusion/Fusion, A Hong Kong-New Zealand Exchnage’, Art AsiaPacific,
Hacker, Arthur, [The past in process’ [Pat Elliott Shircore], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.5, September /
Ho, Oscar, ‘Chinese whispers’, ART AsiaPacific, no.13, 1997.
................, ‘The long road back home’, ART AsiaPacific, no.13, 1997.
‘The shifting ground’, [gallery survey], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.4, July/August
Lilly, Roxanna, ‘The double bind: performing arts in Hong Kong’, The Australian Journal of
Anthropology, vol.2, no.3, 1991.
Lilly, Roxanna, ‘The absolute stage - Hong Kong’s Revolutionary Opera’, Social Analysis, no.38,
1995. [ Special Issue edited by Weiner, James: ‘Too many meanings: A critique of the
Anthropology of Aesthetics’].
Millichap, John ‘Climbing the mountain’ [Liu Jian], Asian Art News, vol. 7, no. 3, March/April 1997
................, 'Against the Tide',[Walasse Ting], Asian Art News, 9:1 1999
.............….., ‘Beyond Barriers.’ [Cha Guojun] Asian Art News 8:6 November/December 1998
Oliva, Achille Bonito. ‘Between East and West.’ [Chan Kouchiang] Asian Art News 8:6
4.CHINA: REPUBLICAN CHINA ON THE MAINLAND AND THE PEOPLE’S REPUBLIC OF CHINA
Bobot, M.-T., Collection des Peintures et Calligraphies Chinoises Contemporaines, Paris, Musée
Eliséef, V., Exposition de la Peinture Moderne Chinoise, Paris, Musée Cernuschi, 1946
.........., Quatre Artistes Chinoises Contemporaines, [Pan Yu-lin, Lam Oi, Ou Seu-tan, Shing Wai],
Paris, Musée Cernuschi, 1977
..........,Peintures Chinoises Traditionelles, 1975-80, Paris, Musée Cernuschi, 1981
Ellsworth, R.H. et al, Later Chinese Painting and Calligraphy, 1800-1950 3 volumes, New York,
Random House, 1987
Hajek, L., Hofmeister, A., Chinesische Malerei der Gegenwart,Prague, Artia, 1959
Hua Junwu,ed., Contemporary Chinese Painting, Beijing, New World Press, 1981
Moss.H., ed.,The Experience of Art, Hong Kong, Umbrella, 1983
Strassberg, R.E., Nielsen, W.A., Beyond the Open Door, Pasadena, Pacific Asia Museum, 1987.
.................,Beyond the Open Door II, Pasadena, Pacific Asia Museum, 1991.
Sun Jie, ed., A Selection of Contemporary Chinese Painting, Beijing, Zhao Hua Publishing House,
Tam, L.S.,ed., Twentieth Century Chinese Painting, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Museum of Art, 1984
Tao Yongbai ed., Oil Painting in China 1700-1985, Jiangsu Meishu Chubanshe, 1988
Whitfield, R., Chinese Traditional Painting, 1886-1966, London, Royal Academy of Arts, 1982
Zhongguo Gaodeng Meishuxueyuan Zuopin Quanji: Zhongguohua, Changsha, Hunan Meishu Chubanshe, 1988 [album of works by teachers at principal art institutions in Chinese media, other
volumes on oil painting, prints, sculpture etc]
4-b.General historical works
Barme, Geremie, In the Red: On Contemporary Chinese Culture, New York, Columbia University
Chang, A., Painting in the People's Republic of China: the politics of style, Boulder, Westview Press,
Cohen, J.L., The New Chinese Painting, 1949-1986, New York, Abrams, 1987 [bibliography includes a
number of 1980s US' exhibition catalogues]
Croizer, Ralph, ' "Going to the World": the life and death of Billy Harlem(Lin Lin), Journal of the
Oriental Society of Australia, vol. 29, 1997.
Drilik, Arif, Zhang Xudong.eds, ‘Postmodernism and China’, special issue of boundary 2, vol.24, no.3,
Dutton, Michael, Streetlife China, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1998
Laing, E.J., The Winking Owl, Art in The People's Republic of China, Berkeley, University of
California Press, 1988 [includes good bibliography for the People's Republic with extensive
references to material originally published in PRC English-language journals]
Liu Kang, and Xiaobing Tang,, (eds.) Politics, Ideology, and Literary Discourse in Modern China:
Theoretical Interventions and Cultural Critique, Durhan and London, Duke University Press, 1993
Liu Yang. ‘A Long Journey to Nirvana: Chang Dai-Chien’s Life and Painting,’ TASSA Review, 7:3
Moss, H., Some Recent Developments in Twentieth Century Chinese Painting: A Personal View, Hong
Kong, Umbrella, 1982
Roberts, Claire, ‘Tradition and Modernity: the Life and Art of Pan Tianshou (1897-1971), East Asian
History, 15/16, June/December 1998.
Wong, Wucius; Chang, Arnold, Ring of Fire: The Art of Wucius Wong, New York, Kaikodo,
4-c.Works on particular artists
[see Kao's bibliography in 3-a above for a list of artists' albums, and for other lists of reproductions see
Laing, E.J., An Index to Reproductions by Twentieth Century Artists,Portland, Oregon, 1984]
Chang Da-chien's ‘The Three Worthies of Wu and his practice of forging ancient art.’/ Shen Fu /
Orientations, vol.20, no.9., September 1989. Challenging the Past: the paintings of Chang Dai-chien/ Fu, S., Washington, The Smithsonian Insitution, Sackler Gallery, 1991
‘Fang Zhaolin’ /Wong,W./ Orientations, November 1982
Guan Shanyue+Li Xiongcai/ Two Chinese Modern Masters / AGNSW, May 1985
Huang Binhong/ Lai,T.C./ Hong Kong, Swindon Book Company, 1980
‘Huang Binhong's Shanghai Period landscape paintings and his late floral works’/ Shen Fu /
Orientations, September 1987
Huang Zhou’s Paintings/ Hong Kong, Wen Wei Po, 1986.
Huang Zhou/ Roma, Accademia Nazionale di San Luca, 1988.
Qi Baishi/ ‘Of Qi Baishi’/Boney,A./ ‘From carpenter to painter:recalling Qi Baishi’ /Huang
Miaozi/both in Orientations, vol.20., no.4, April 1989
‘The Landscape painting of Wang Jiqian’/ Chang,A./ Orientations, Janaury 1983.
‘Wu Zuoren’/ Gigliesi,P./ Orientations, vol.12, no.4, April 1981
The Paintings of Xu Gu and Qi Baishi/Jung Ying Tsao, 1993.
4-d.1 Late Qing and Republican China Before 1949
Andrews, J.F., ‘Traditional Chinese painting in an age of revolution, 1911-1937’ in Cao Yiqiang, Fan
Jingzhong, eds, Chinese Painting in the Twentieth Century: Creativity in the Aftermath of Tradition,
Zhejiang Renmin Meishu Chubanshe, 1997.
Boorman, H., Biographical Dictionary of Republican China, New York, 1967-1971 (for entries on
Chang Ta-ch'ien [Zhang Daqian], Ch'i Pai-shih [Qi Baishi], Hsu Pei-hong [Xu Beihong], P'u-ju [Pu
Ru, Pu Xinyu])
Croizier, R., ‘Reverse Current Early 20th century influence on Chinese Painting’, in Tam Yue-him ed.,
Sino-Japanese Cultural Interchange: Aspects of Archaeology and Art History, Hong Kong, Chinese
Croizier, R., Art and Revolution in Modern China:The Lingnan (Cantonese) School of Painting, 1906-
1951, Berkeley, University of California Press, 1988
Fan Tchun-pi [Fang Junbi], A Retrospective Exhibition of the Works of Fan Tchun-pi, Hong Kong, Arts
........................, Bobot,M-T., Fan Tchun-pi, Paris, Musée Cernuschi, 1984
Hezlar, J., Chinese Watercolours, [Prague,Artia], London, Cathay Books, 1978
Ho, Virgil Kit-yiu, ‘The Limits of Hatred: Popular attitudes towards the West in Republican Canton", East Asian History, no.2, December 1991.
Hung Changtu, ‘The Wartime Political cartoons of Feng Zikai’, Modern China, 16:1, January 1990.
Kao, Mayching, ‘The Spread of Western Art in China: 1919-1929’, in Lee, N. and Leung,C-K. eds,
China: Development and Challenge, Hong Kong, University of Hong Kong, 1981
..........,China’s Response to the West In Art:1898-1937, Ph.D diss.Stanford University, 1972
Kuo, Jason, ‘Art in Shanghai, 1850-1930’, China Exchange News, vol.23 no3, Fall 1995.
Li, Chu-Tsing, Trends in Modern Chinese Painting, Ascona, Artibus Asiae, 1979.
Roberts, Claire, ‘The art of Pan Tianshou’, in Cao Yiqiang, Fan Jingzhong, eds, Chinese Painting in
the Twentieth Century: Creativity in the Aftermath of Tradition, Zhejiang Renmin Meishu
Shen Kuiyi, ‘On the reform of Chinese Painting in Early Republican China’, in Cao Yiqiang, Fan
Jingzhong, eds, Chinese Painting in the Twentieth Century: Creativity in the Aftermath of Tradition,
Zhejiang Renmin Meishu Chubanshe, 1997.
Sullivan, M., ‘Recollections of Art and Artists in Wartime Chengdu’, The Register of the Spencer
Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Vol.VI, no.3, 1986
Tsuruta,T., Kindai Chûgoku no Gaka, Osaka, Osaka Shiritsu Bijutsukan, 1972
..........,Kindai Chûgoku Kaiga, Tôkyô, Kadokawa Shoten, 1974
........, ‘Kinhyakunenrai Chûgoku Gajin Shiryô’, Bijutsu Kenkyû}, nos 293-294, 303, 307.
Wong Shiu Hon, Kao Chien-fu's [Gao Jianfu] Theory of Painting, Hong Kong, Centre of Asian
Studies, University of Hong Kong, 1972
Yang, Shu-hwang, Xu Bei-hong, Liu Hai-su, Lin Feng-mian, Thése de Doctorat, Université de Paris
4.d-2 Wartime Period and Yan'an Base Areas [see also 4.k]
Barmé, G., ‘Using the past to serve the present: Dai Qing's Historiographical Dissent’, East Asian
History, Vol.1, June 1991.
Benton,G., ‘The Yenan Literary Opposition’, New Left Review, no.92, July-August, 1975
........., Wild Lillies: Poisonous Weeds, Sydney, Pluto Press, 1982
Dai Qing, Wang Shiwei and "Wild Lillies": Rectification and Purges in the CCP, 1942-1944, Armonk,
M.E.Sharpe Inc., 1994.
Holm, David, Art and Ideology in Communist China, Oxford, Clarendon press, 1992 [see also
unpublished chapters from his Ph.D. thesis in Power Research Library on Graphic Arts and Yan'an].
Mao Zedong, Mao Tse-tung on Art and Literature, Beijing, Foreign Languages Press, 1967
Mcdougall, B., ed., Popular Chinese Literature and the Performing Arts, Berkeley, University of
California Press, 1984
........., Mao Zedong’s "Talks at the Yanan Conference on literature and art" a translation of the 1943
text with commentary, Ann Arbor, Centre of Chinese Studies, University of Michigan, 1980
Andrews, Julia, ‘Traditional Painting in New China: Guohua and the Anti-Rightist Movement’,The
Journal of Asian Studies, vol.49, no.3, 1990.
Andrews, Julia, Painters and Politics in the People's Republic of China, 1949-1979, Berkeley,
University of California Press, 1994.
Clark, J., ‘Realism in Revolutionary Chinese Painting’, Journal of the Oriental Society of Australia,
Fokkema, D.W., Literary Doctrine in China and Soviet Influence, 1956-1960, The Hague, Mouton,
Laing, E.J., see 5-b above
4-g Selected comparative texts on Socialist Realism
Cullerne Bown, M., Art Under Stalin, Oxford, Phaidon, 1991.
................., Elliott, D., Sidorovo, A., Soviet Socialist Realist Painting, Oxford, Museum of Modern Art,
.................., Taylor, Brandon, eds., Art of The Soviets, Manchester, Manchester University Press, 1993.
Golomstock, I., Totalitarian Art, London, Collins Harvill, 1990 [review: Clark, Newsletter, Art
Association of Australia, no.33, August 1991].
Schapiro, D., Critical Studies in American Art Social Realism: Art as a Weapon, New York, Frederick
SOTS Art, New York, The New Museum of Contemporary Art, 1986.
Croizier,R., ‘Chinese Art in the Chiang Ch’ing Era’, Journal of Asian Studies, vol.XXXVIII, no.2,
.........’The Crimes of the Gang of Four: A Chinese Artist’s Version’,Pacific Affairs, vol.54, no.2.,
Dal Largo, Francesca, ‘Personal Mao: Reshaping an Icon in Contemporary Chinese Art’, Art Journal,
vol.58, no.2, Summer 1999.
Fine Arts Collection Section, Peasant paintings from Huhsien County, Beijing, People’s Fine Art
Publishing House, 1974
Goldman, M., ‘The Fall of Zhou Yang’, China Quarterly, July -September, 1966
Krauss, Richard, ‘Arts Policies of the Cultural Revolution: The Rise and Fall of Culture
Minister Yu Huiyong’, in Joseph, William, A.; Wong, Christopher P.; Zweig, David; eds.
New Perspectives on the Cultural Revolution, Cambridge, Council on East Asian
Studies/Harvard University, 1991.
Laing,E.J., ‘Chinese Peasant Painting, 1958-1976, Amateur and Professional’, Art International,
vol.27, no.1, 1984
Scheck, F.R., Chinesische Malerei seit der Kulturrevolution, München, Verlag M.Du Mont
Blaine, J.et al, Poèmes & Art en Chine, Les "Non-Officiels", Paris, DOC(K)S, Hiver, 81/82,
........., Gipouloux,A., ‘The Stars: A New Art Movement in China’,in Benton, 5f above, 1982.
Barmé, Germie, ‘Exploit, export, expropriate: artful meaning in China, 1989-93, Third Text, Winter
Barmé, G., Minford, J.eds, Seeds of Fire, Chinese Voices of Conscience,New York, Hill & Wang,
......., Jaivin, L., eds, New Ghosts, Old Dreams, Chinese Rebel Voices, New York, Random House,
Chan, Lauk'ung, ‘Ten Years of the Chinese Avantgarde: Waiting for the curtain to fall’, Flash Art,
Chang, Tsong-zung, et al., The Stars:Ten Years, Hong Kong, Hanart 2 Gallery, 1989
Clark, J., ‘The Chinese Artists’ Association’, Art Monthly [UK], May, 1986
.......tr.’Chinese Impressions of English Art Education’, Art Monthly [UK], March 1982
.......tr.’On the Abstract by Liu Ganji’,in Beyond Byzantium, Section 1 above ibid.
........, ‘A Tale of Two Cities'[Beijing and Taibei], Art Monthly [Australia], no.29, April 1990
........, ‘Academicism in Chinese Oil Painting and a nascent avant-garde in the 1980s’, in Duro, P., ed.
Perspectives on Academic Art, Occasional Papers III, The Art Association of Australia, 1991.
Cohen, J.L., ‘Art in China Today: a new freedom- within limits’, Artnews, Summer 1980
........., ‘Braving the Currents of "Bourgeois Internationalism"' Artnews, January 1984
Croizier, R.,’"Going to the World": Art and Culture on the Cosmpolitan Tide’, China Briefing, 1989,
New York, China Council of the Asia Society, 1989.
.........., ‘"Opening the Mind": Nudity and Eroticism in Chinese Art of the 1980s’, College Art
Association of America paper 1989.
Feaver, W., ‘A Visit to China’, Art Monthly [UK], no.44, March 1981
Friend, R., ‘"Rebel artists" in Beijing’, Eastern Horizon, November 1980
Goldblatt, H. ed., Chinese Literature for the 1980s, Armonk, M.E.Sharpe Inc., 1982
Hou Hanru, ‘New selfawareness and international dialogue’, Art Monthly Australia, 40, May 1991.
Jose, N., ‘Notes from the underground, Bejing Art 1985-89’, Orientations, 23, no.7, July, 1992.
Laing,E.J., ‘The Persistence of Propriety in the 1980s’, in Link, Madsen, Pickowicz eds., Unofficial
China: popular culture and thought in the People's Republic, Boulder, Westview Press, 1989
Munro,R., ‘Unofficial Art in China’, Index on Censorship, August 1982
Murray,M.,intro. Avant-Garde in Chinese Art, New York, Vassar College Art Gallery, 1986
Nakayama, K. He Duoling, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Kindai Bijutsukan, 1988.
Sullivan,M., ‘New Directions in Chinese Art’, Art International, vol.XXV, no.1-2, 1982.
.........., ‘Art and the Social Framework’, Times Literary Supplement, 24-6-1983
.........., ‘Contemporary Chinese Painting from the People’s Republic of China’, Orientations, October
Tsao Tsing-yuan, ‘The Birth of the Goddess of Democracy’ in Wasserstrom, Jeffrey N., Perry,
Elizabeth J., eds., Popular Protest and Political Culture in China, Boulder, Westview Press, 1994.
Wang Yuejin, ‘Anxiety of Portraiture: Quest for/ Questioning Ancestral Icons in Post-Mao China’, in
Liu Kang & Tang Xiao Bing eds., Politics, Ideology and Literary Discourse in Modern China,
Durham, Duke University Press, 1993.
Wang Yuejin, ‘Anxiety of Portraiture: Questioning ancestral icons in post-Mao China’ , in Liu
Kang; Tang Xiaobing, eds., Politics ideology and Literary Discourse in Modern China, Durham,
Duke University Press, 1993.
Watson, R.C., ‘A Revolutionary Spirit comes of Age [The Stars]’, Asian Art News, 2, no.1, Jan/Feb
Wu Hong, ‘Tian’anmen Square: A Political History of Monuments’, Representations, no.35, Summer
Wu Yongliu, ed., Works of the Chinese Nude Oils Exhibition, Nanning, Guangxi People's Publishing
4-j Art since 1989
Alexander, A., ‘Tibetan Contemporary Art’, Asian Art News, 2, no.3, May/June 1992.
Another Long March, Breda, Chassé-Kazerne, 1997 [Review: Smith, Karen in Art AsiaPacific, no.17,
Barmé, Geremie, ‘A Beijing screensaver’ [Feng Mengbo], ART AsiaPacific, no.15, 1997.
........, ‘Exploit, Export, Expropriate: Artful mareting in China, 1989-93.’ Third Text, no. 25 Winter 1993-94
Bernell, Robert and Shimizu Toshio, ‘Chinese contemporary photography and video’, Chinese
Contemporary Art Bulletin, vol.2, no.5, 1999
Between the sky and the earth [Ken Lum, Frank Tam, Yan Peiming, Yang Jiechang, Zhou Tiehai],
Hong Kong, University Art Gallery, 1998.
Brown, Glen R., ‘Modern Vanitas’ [Tan Bo], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.4, July/August 1997.
Binks, Hilary, 'Stereotyping Under Attack', Asian Art News 9:2 1999
Borysevicz, Mathieu. ‘Dialogue: Zhang Dali’s converstaion with Beijing.’ Art AsiaPacific issue 22
..............., ‘Zhuang Hui’s Photographic Portraits.’ Art AsiaPacific issue 19 1998
Chang, Tzong-zung, ‘The naked eye’ [Zeng Fanzhi], Asian Art News, vol.5, no.2, March-April 1995.
Cheng, S., ‘A life of his own' [Yin Xin], Asian Art News, vol.4, no.5, September/October 1994.
Chiu, Melissa, ‘An Interview with Wang Youshen’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.3, no.2, 1996.
................, ‘Static Interference: The Big Tail Elephant Group of Guangzhou.’ Art Asia Pacific 24:1999
................, ‘Contemporary Art In China.’ TASSA Review, 7:3 1998
................, ‘Thread, Concrete and Ice. Women’s Installation Art in China.’ Art AsiaPacific issue 20
Clark, J., ‘Postmodernism and recent expressionist Chinese oil Painting’, Asian Studies Reviews,
vol.15, no.2, November 1991.
................, ‘Official reactions to modern art since the Beijing massacre’,Pacific Affairs, Fall, 1992.
................, ‘Pop goes the Maosell’, [Review of Mao Goes Pop, Exhibition of contemporary art from
the People's Republic of China at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, July-August 1993], Art
Monthly Australia, no.61, July, 15-16; see also letters by Jose & Huangfu in no.62 and Clark in
................, ‘Histories in the Modern’, in Murray, Graeme; Syme, Meg; Knight, June; eds, Reckoning
with the past: Contemporary Chinese Painting, Edinburgh, Fruitmarket Gallery, 1996, 17-20.
................, 'Dilemmas of (Dis-) Attachment in the Chinese Diaspora', Visual Arts + Culture, vol.1,
Clarke, David, ‘Foreign Bodies: Chinese art at the 1995 Venice Biennale’, Art & Asia-Pacific, vol.3,
Clarke David, ‘Reframing Mao: aspects of recent Chinese Art, Culture and Politics’, in his Art and
Place: Essays on Art from a Hong Kong Perspective, Hong Kong, Hong Kong University Press,
Combs, Nicky, 'Blending Tradition and Contemporary', [Liu Qinghe] Asian Art News 8:4 1998
................, 'The Struggle for the New', Asian Art News 9:3 1999
Croizier, Ralph, ‘Nine Straws in the Wind’, [Young women artists in Beijing], Third Text, 31, Summer
................, ‘Qu Yuan and the Artists: Ancient Symbols and Modern Politics of the Post-Mao Era’, in
Unger, Jonathan, Using the Past to Serve the Present, Armonk, M.E. Sharpe, 1993.
Dal Lago, Francesca 'Personal Mao: Reshaping an Icon in Contemporary Chinese Art.' Art Journal
..........., ‘Inside Out: Chinese Avant-garde Art. [A Conversation with Gao Minglu] Art AsiaPacific
issue 20 1998
Dao Zi, ‘True Lies’, [new reportage photography], ART AsiaPacific, no.13, 1997.
Davidson, C., ‘Words from Heaven' [Xu Bing], Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.2, 1994.
Dewar, Susan, ‘Contemporary Chinese Photography’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.3, no.2, 1996.
....................., Beijing Report’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.3, no.2, 1996.
....................., ‘Su Jianguo and the sculptural dilemma’, Asia-Pacific Sculpture News, vol.1, no.1,
......................,‘Photography in China’, ART AsiaPacific, no.13, 1997.
......................, ‘Beijing Report’, ART AsiaPacific, no.15, 1997.
......................, ‘In the eye of the beholder’ [Wang Jin, Feng Jiali], ART AsiaPacific, no.15, 1997
.....................& Doar, Bruce, ‘From Tradition to Modernity’, Asia-Pacific Sculpture News, vol.1, no.1,
Doran, V.C. ed., China's New Art post-1989, Hong Kong, Hanart TZ Ltd., 1993.
............, ‘The Commerce of Art’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.3, 1994.
Findlay, Ian, 'The Power of the Commonplace', [Mao Xuhui] Asian Art News, 9:4 1999
Fuchs, Anneli, Cai GuoQiang: Flying Dragon in the Heaven, Louisiana 8.3-27.4 1997, Denmark,
Furuichi, Y., Nakamoto, K. eds. Fang Lijun: Human images in an uncertain age, Tôkyô: Japan
Foundation Asia Center, 1996 [see Jose, N. in ART AsiaPacific, no.15, 1997].
Hay, Jon, ‘Zhang Hongtu / Hongtu Zhang; an interview’, in Hay, Jonathan, ed., Boundaries in China,
London, Reaktion Books, 1994.
Healy, Anthony, ‘Looking for trouble: Liu Wei’, World Art, no.4, 1995.
Hou, Hanru, ‘Departure Lounge Art’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.2, 1994.
................., ‘Beyond the cynical: China avant-garde in the 1990s’, Art & Asia-Pacific, vol.3, no.1,
.................,‘Towards an “Un-Unofficial Art”: de-ideologicalisation of China’s Contemporary Art in
the 1990s’, Third Text, no.34, Spring 1996.
................., ‘Entropy; Chinese Artists, Western Art Institutions: A new internationalism’, in Fisher,
J., ed., Global Visions: Towards a new internationalism in the Visual Arts, London, Kala Press,
.................,‘De “décrire la réalitié” au “ théâtre du monde”. L’art Chinois depuis 1979’. [traduit par
Lacoste, J.) in Harry Belleter, ed., Face à l’Histoire , Paris, Centre Georges Pompidou,1996
Hay, Jonathon, 'Ambivalent Icons', Orientations 23 July 1992: 38
Huang Du. ‘Cai Guoqiang: From mystery and philosophy to reality.’ Art AsiaPacific issue 20 1998
Huangfu Binghui, cur. & ed., In and Out Contemporary Chinese Art from China and Australia,
Singapore, La Salle SIA, College of the Arts, 1997.
Huangfu Binghui, cur. & ed., In and Out Contemporary Chinese Art from China and Australia,
Singapore, La Salle SIA, College of the Arts, 1997.
Jaivin, L., ‘From the barrel of a gun’, Art & Asia Pacific, no.2, June 1992.
..........., ‘Gu Wenda’,Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.2, 1994.
Jose, N., ‘Brokering a space: new Chinese art’, Art Monthly Australia,53, Sept 1992.
........,‘Next Wave Art’, Art & Asia Pacific, no.2, 1993.
........, ed., Mao Goes Pop, China post 1989, Sydney, Museum of Contemporary Art, 1993.
........, ‘My search for a shaman’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.2, 1994.
Jouanno, Evelyne. ‘Out of the Centre or Without the Centre.’ Third Text no.28/29 Autumn/Winter
Kember, Patricia, ‘ The Fable of Life’ [Zhong Biao], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.4, July/August 1997.
Lee, B., ‘Going Public’, [on Xu Bing], Public Culture, 5, 1993.
Leng Lin. ‘“It’s Me!”--The Main Theme of China’s Contemporary Art in the 1990s’‘Asian Art:
Prospects for the Future.’ International Symposium 1999
Li, Xianting, ‘The Imprisoned Heart’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.2, 1994.
………………, 'After Pop: Kitsch Discourse and Satritical parody', Visual Arts + Culture, vol.1, no.1,
Lu Dahong Paintings 1886-1992, Hong Kong, Schoeni Art Gallery, 1993.
Lu, Sheldon Hsiao-peng, ‘Global POSTmoderniZATION: The Intellectual, the Artist,
and China’s Condition’, in Dirlik, Arif; Zhang Xudong, ‘Postmodernism and China’,
Special Issue of Boundary 2, vol.24, no.3, Fall 1997.
Lutfy, Carol, 'Flame and fortune', ARTnews December 1997: 147
Maki Yôichi, Avan- Chaina, Chûgoku no Gendai aato, Tôkyô, Kodama-sha, 1998.
Martin, Tim. ‘Silent Energy: New art from China: Guha, Tania, “Transition of Riches”.’ Third Text
no.25 Winter 1993-94
Millichap, John, ‘Seeing through the landscape’[Qiu Shihua], Asian Art News, vol.6, no.1, Jan/Feb
Naylor, Sephen, 'A Gondola In Suburbia', [Cai GuoQiang] Art Monthly Australia August 1999: 122
Pai, Maggie, ‘The romantic Realist’ [Chen Yifei], Asian Art News, vol. 7, no. 3, May/June 1997.
Pi Li, ‘My life, my decision: the political nature of Chinese contemporary art’, Contemporary
Chinese Art Bulletin, vol.2, no.5, 1999.
'Players in the Landscape', [Wei Dong], Asian Art News, vol. 8, no.2, March/April 1998.
Pöhlmann, W., China Avantgarde, Berlin, Haus der Kulturen der Welt & Heidelberg, Edition Braus,
Qian Zhijian, ‘Performing Bodies: Zhang Huan, Ma Liuming, and Performance Art in China’, Art
Journal, vol.58, no.2, Summer 1999
Quotation Marks, Singapore, Singapore Art Museum, 1997 [review: Lee Weng Choy in Art
AsiaPacific, no.17, 1998].
Roberts, C., New Art From China: Post-Mao Product, Sydney, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1992.
Roberts, C., ‘Towards self-reliance? A selected view of contemporary Chinese art’, in Lee M. &
Syrokomla-Stephanowska, A.D., eds, Modernization of the Chinese Past, Sydney, Wild Peony, 1992.
Sang Ye, ‘Fringe Dwellers: Down and out in the Yuan Ming Yuan artists’ village’, ART AsiaPacific,
Scarff, Julian, 'Down to the Sea', [Su Xinping], Asian Art News, 9:1 1999
Schwabsky, Barry, 'Tao and Physics,' Artforum, Summer 1997: 121
Scott, Tony, ‘Re-merging after Tian'anmen’, Art Monthly Australia, no.73, September 1994.
Shao Yiyang, ‘Out of the Grasslands’ [Su Xinping], Art & Asia Pacific, vol.3, no.2, 1996.
Sichel, Berta M., 'Antilinear', Flash Art, March/April 1997: 72
Smith, Karen, ‘World Within, World Without’ [Zhu Wei], Asian Art News, vol.6, no.5, September
.........,‘Contemporary Rocks: Zhan Wang.’ World Sculpture News 3:1 Winter 1997
........., ‘Notes on China’s Video Installation Art.’ Asia-Pacific Sculpture News 2:4 Autumn 1996
Taylor, J.S., ‘Non-sense in context: Xu Bing’s art and its publics’, Public Culture, vol.5, no.2, 1993.
Taylor, Roger; Lasschuyt, Helga, ‘Fire Works’ [Gu Zhengguo], World Art, no.2 1995.
Wang Jing, High Culture Fever: Politics, Aesthetics, and Ideology in Deng’s China, Berkeley,
University of California Press, 1996.
Watson. R.C., ‘Revealing the Soul of a Rural World’, Asian Art News, 2, no.2. Mar/Apr 1992.
Wu Hong, ‘A ‘Ghost rebellion’: notes on Xu Bing’s ‘Nonsense Writing’ and other works’, Public
Culture, vol.6, no.2, 1994.
Wu Hung, Transience: Chinese Experimental Art at the End of the Twentieth Century, Chicago, Smart
Museum of Art, University of Chicago, 1999
Xu, Hong, ‘The Spotted Leopard’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.2, 1994.
................, ‘Dialogue; the awakening of women’s consciousness’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.2, no.2, 1995.
Yao Souchou, ‘Books from Heaven: Literary Pleasure, Chinese Cultural Text and the ‘Struggle Against
Forgetting’, Australian Journal of Anthropology, vol.8, no.2, 1997.
………, ‘Xu Bing and Cultural Nationalism.’ TASSA Review, 7:3 1998
Zhang Zhaohui, Cultural Metamorphosis: The Art of Xu Bing and Cai GuoQiang Thesis Disertation,
Master of Art in Curatorial Studies, Bard College, New York, 1998
4.k Selected Exhibitions outside China
‘Chinese Mainland Artists Exhibition’(?), at California Institute of Art, September [report by Wang
Shouzhi in Mingbao Yuekan, September 1993.
Andrews, Julia, F.; Gao Minglu, Fragmented Memory: The Chinese Avant Garde in Exile
Columbus, Ohio State University, Wexner Center for the Arts, 1993.
Zhu Zhu, Zhongguo Banhua Jiezuo / Meisterwerke Chinesischer Grafik, Aachen,
Ludwigforum für Internationale Kunst & Beijing, Zhongyang Meishuxeueyuan, n.d.
Another Long March: Chinese Conceptual and Installation Art in the Nineties, Breda,
Colman, Julia; Bois, Ludovic, Chinese Contemporary, 96-98, London, Chinese
Contemporary Limited, 1998.
Fibicher, Bernard, Groβschwanzelefant/ Tail Elephant, Bern, Kunsthalle, 1998
Gao Minglu, ed., Inside Out, San Francisco, Musem of Modern Art & New York, Asia
Keusen, Elle; Schmidt, Inge; Weihs, Helge, Per Video, Köln, Museum Ludwig, 1998.
Werner, Chris; Qiu Ping; Pitzen, Marianne, Die Hälfte des Himmels, Bonn,
Andrews, J.; Shen Kuiyi, A century in crisis: modernity and tradition in the art of Twentieth Century China, New York, Guggenheim Museum, 1998.
Asian Art Triennale, Fukuoka, 1999.
Smith, Karen & Pi Li, Representing the People, Beijing, The Courtyard Gallery &
Newcastle, Tyne and Weir Museums, 1999.
Tang Xin & Urle U, 1999 Cologne-Beijing, Beijing-Cologne Exchange Exhibition, Köln,
Gothaer Kunstforum, 1999.
Wu Hong, Transience: Chinese Art at the End of the 20th Century, The Smart Museum
of Art, University of Chicago, 1999.
Wu Meichun, Zheng Shengtian, Truths from the Open Door: Chinese Conceptual
Photography, (Supported by the Annie Wong Foundation), Bangkok, Art Gallery of
Chulalongkorn University, 1999.
4-l Chinese Graphic Art since the late 19th century to 1949
Buck, P.S., China in Black and White, New York, Asia Press/John Day, 1944
Clark, John, ‘Progress in Prints’ Asian Art News, vol.7, no.1, Jan/Feb 1997
Dixon,C., Chinese Woodcuts of the Thirties and Forties, [checklist], Canberra, Australian National
Kotzenberg,H., Der Revolutionäre Holzschnitt Chinas, Köln, Museum fürOstasiatische Kunst, 1987
Sun, Shirley Hsiao-ling, Lu Xun and the Woodcut Movement:1929-1936, Ph.D. diss., Stanford
Uchiyama Kakichi, Nara Kazuo, Rojin to Mokkoku, Tôkyô, Kenbun Shuppan, 1981
Van Briessen,F., Shanghai-Bildzeitung, 1884-1898, Zürich, Atlantis Verlag, 1977
Woodcuts of Wartime China, Hong Kong, Tiandi Tushu, 1978
4-m Chinese Graphic Art after 1949
Jiang Weipu, intr., Chinese Comics, Beijing, China Exhibition Agency, 1986.
Meissner,W., Holzschnitt im Neuen China, Berlin, Gesellschaft für Verständigung und Freundschaft
mit China, 1976
Minick,S., Jiao, P., Chinese Graphic Design in the Twentieth Century, London, Thames & Hudson,
Mui Chong-ki, Contemporary Chinese Woodcut Prints Exhibition, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Arts
Riley, R., Modern Chinese Prints from the Central Academy of Fine Arts, Peking, Preston, Harris
Museum and Art Gallery, 1987
Sun, S., Modern Chinese Woodcuts, San Francisco, Chinese Culture Foundation, 1979
4-n Selected works on Modern Chinese Intellectual and Political History before 1949
Barmé, G., ‘The Garden of Perfect Brightness, a life in ruins’ East Asian History, 11, July 1996
Chen, J., Mao and the Chinese Revolution, London, Oxford University Press, 1965.
Chen, J., China and the West, London, Hutchinson, 1979.
Chow, Tse-tsung, The May Fourth Movement, Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1960.
Elvin, M., ‘Mandarins and Millenarians: Reflections on the Boxer Uprising 1899-1900’, in Baker,
H.D.R.; Feuchtwang, S., eds. An Old State in New Settings, Oxford, JASO Occasional Papers, no.8,
Elvin, M., ‘The Inner World of 1830’, Daedalus, Proceedings of the American Academy of Arts and
Sciences, 120, 2, Spring 1991
Henriot, Christian, ‘From myth to reality; Chinese courtesans in Late Qing Shanghai’, East Asian
History, no.8, December 1994.
Fairbank, J.K. ed., The Cambridge History of China, 12, Republican China 1912-1949, Part I,
Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1983, see chapters by Furth and Scwartz.
Feuerwerker, A., Murphy,R., Wright, M.C., eds., Approaches to Modern Chinese History, Berkeley,
University of california Press, 1967.
Fitzgerald, C.P., The Birth of Communist China, Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1964.
Goldman, M., ed., Modern Chinese Literature in the May Fourth Era, Cambridge, Harvard University
Han, Suyin, The Crippled Tree, London, Jonathan Cape, 1965.
Levenson, J.R., Revolution and Comsopolitanism: The Western Stage and the Chinese Stages;
Berkeley, University of California Press, 1971.
Lin, Yü-sheng, The Crisis of Chinese Consciousness: radical Anti-Traditionalism in the May Fourth
Era, Madison, University of Wisconsin Press, 1979.
Ng Mau-sang, ‘A common people’s literature: popular fiction and social change in Republican
Shanghai’, East Asian History, no.9, June 1995.
Schwartz, B.I., ed., Reflections on the May the Fourth Movement; A Symposium, Cambridge, Hravard
East Asian Monographs, no.44, 1973
Wakeman, F., The Fall of Imperial China, New York, The Free Press, 1975.
Wang, Y.C., Chinese Intellectuals and the West, 1872-1949, Chapel Hill, University of North Carolina Press, 1966.
Zito, A. & Barlow, T.E., Body, Subject & Power in China, Chicago, University of Chicago Press, 1994.
4-o Selected works on Modern Chinese Intellectual and Political History after 1949
Barlow, Tani, ‘Colonialism’s career in Postwar China Studies’, Positions, vol.1, no.2,
Barmé, Geremie R, ‘Traveling heavy: the intellectual baggae of the Chinese Diaspora’, Problems of
Communism, January-April 1981.
………….., Shades of Mao: the Posthumous Cult of the Great Leader, New York: M E Sharpe,
1996 [review: Davies in , ART AsiaPacific, no.15, 1997].
………….., Geremie R.; Minford, John, ed. and tr. Seeds of Fire, New York, Hill and Wang &
Newcastle upon Tyne, Bloodaxe, 1989.
………….., In the Red: On Contemporary Chinese Culture, New York, Columbia University Press,
Barmé, Geremie R.; Jaivin, Linda, New Ghosts, Old Dreams, New York, Random House,
Brugger, Bill, ed., Politics, Economy, and Society in Contemporary China, London, Macmillan,
Cheng, Nien, Life and Death in Shanghai, London, Grafton Books, 1986.
Chu, Godwin, C., Popular Media in China, shaping new patterns, Honolulu, The University Press of
Croizier, R., ed., China's Cultural Legacy and Communism, New York, Praeger, 1970
Dai Jianhua, ‘Redemption and Consumption: Depicting Culture in the 1990s’, Positions 4, no.1, 1996.
Dirlik, Arif, ‘Confucius in the boderlands: Global Capitalism and the reinvention of Confucianism’,
Boundary 2, vol.22, no.3, Fall 1995.
Dirlik, Arif; Zhang Xudong, eds., ‘Postmodernism and China’, Special Issue of Boundary
2, vol.24, no.3, Fall 1997.
Friedman, Edward, ‘A Failed Chinese Modernity’, Daedalus, vol.122, no.2, 1993
Goldman, M., Literary Dissent in Communist China, Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1967.
Greider, J.B., Intellectuals and the State in Modern China: A Narrative History, New York, The Free
‘Intellectual Politics in Post-Tian’anmen China’, Special Issue, Social Text, 55, Summer 1998
Lee, M; Syrokomla-Stefanowska, A.D., eds., Modernization of the Chinese Past, Sydney, Wild Peony,
Leys, S., Ryckmans, P.], Chinese Shadows, New York, Viking, 1977.
Leys, S., [Ryckmans, P.], The Chairman's New Clothes: Mao and the Cultural Revolution, London,
Alison & Busby, 1977.
Leys, S., [Ryckmans, P.], Broken Images, London, Alison & Busby, 1979.
Li Tuo, ‘Mao Style and its Political Institutionalization’, 1993, see Wang Jing, p.314.
Lifton., R.J., Thought reform and the psychology of totalism, London,Victor Gollancz, 1962.
Lifton, R.J., Revolutionary Immortality: Mao Tse-tung and the Chinese Cultural Revolution , New York, Vintage Books, 1968.
Liu Kang, ‘Aesthetics and Chinese Marxism’, Positions, vol.3, no.2, 1995
Lu Sheldon Hsiao-peng, ‘Postmodernity, Popular Culture, and the Intellectual: A report on Post-
Tian’anmen China’, Boundary 2, vol.23, no.2, 1996
Lu Sheldon Hsiao-peng, ‘Art, Culture and Cultural Criticism in Post-New China’, New Literary
History, vol.28, 1997
Macfarquar, R., ed., China Under Mao: Politics takes Command, Cambridge, The MIT Press, 1966.
Macfarquar, R.; Fairbank, J.K., eds., The Cambridge History of China, vol.14: The People's Republic, Part I: The Emergence of revolutionary China 1949-1965, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1987, see two chapters by Goldman.
Macfarquar, R.; Fairbank, J.K., eds., The Cambridge History of China, vol.15: The People's Republic, Part 2, Revolutions within the Chinese Revolution, 1966-1982, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1991, see chapters by Fokkema, Whyte, and Birch.
Otani Ichirô, et al, hen, Tenkeiki ni okeru Chûgoku Chishikijin, Jiko Shoin, 1999.
Schram, S.R., The Political Thought of Mao Tse-tung, New York, Frederick A. Praeger, 1963.
Schram, S., Mao Tse-tung, Harmondsworth, Penguin,1966.
Spence, J., The Gate of the Heavenly Peace: The Chinese and their revolution, 1895-1980, New York,
Viking Press, 1981, and London, Faber and Faber, 1982.
Tang Xiaobing, ‘The function of new theory: what does it mean to talk about post-modernism in
China’, Public Culture, vol.4, no.1, 1991.
Tang Xiaobing, ‘Orientalism and the question of Universality: The language of Contemporary
Chinese Literary Theory’, Positions, vol. 1, no.2, 1993.
Tang Xiaobing, ‘Decorating culture: Notes on Interior Design, Interiority, and Interiorization’,
Public Culture, vol.10, no.3, Spring 1998.
Teiwes, F., Sun, W., The tragedy of Lin Biao, riding the tiger during the cultural revolution, London, C.Hurst & Bathurst, Crawford Publishing, 1996.
Teiwes, F., Sun, W., The Road to Disaster: Mao, Central Politicians and Provincial Leaders in the
emergence of the Great Leap Forward, 1955-1959, Armonk, N.Y., M.E.Sharpe, 1997.
Wang Hui, ‘Zhang Taiyan, the Individual and Modern Identity in China’, The Stockholm Journal of
East Asian Studies, vol.7, 1996
Wang Jing, High Culture Fever, Politics, Aesthetics and Ideology in Deng’s China,
Berkeley, University of California Press, 1996.
Wei Jingsheng, The courage to stand alone, New York, Viking, 1997.
Van Crevel, M., Language Shattered: Contemporary Chinese Poetry and Duoduo, Leiden,
Research School CNWS, 1996.
Xu Ben, ‘ “From Modernity to Chineseness”: The Rise of Nativist Cultural Theory in
Post-1989 China’, Positions, vol.6, no.1, 1998.
Zha Jianying, China Pop, New York, New Press, 1995.
Zhang Xudong, Chinese Modernism in the Era of Reforms, Durham, Duke University Press, 1997.
4.p Electronic Sources
There are a large number of web sites dealing with contemporary Chinese art. I include a list below from ChineseType Contemporary Art Bulletin whose website is http://www.chinese-art.com.
There is also a large but selective bibliography by Britta Erickson -which nonetheless omits many texts published in Australia - whose website is http://www.stanford.edu/dept/art/china. Ms Erickson has kindly priovided some disks of her December 1998 version and I have placed a full print out in the Power Research Library.
(http://www.artbeatus.com)Published by Artbeatus Gallery (Vancouver
and Hong Kong), Zheng Shengtian and Annie Wong team up to publish one
of the premier sites focusing on Chinese contemporary art on the web.
Proof that funding can make a difference, Artbeatus represents Huang
Yongping, Yang Jiechang, Zhang Peili and other major international
artists hailing from China.
Again, Japan brings us a new site (This time mostly in Chinese),
titled Chinese Art Gallery, featuring select artists in Guo Hua, Oil
Painting, Performance, Photography, Design, Computer and More.
(http://www2.artnet.com/ecohen.html)Ethan Cohen Fine Art -
Contemporary & Emerging Asian Artists gallery web site. Represented
artists include Xu Bing, Gu Wenda, Zhang Hongtu, Wang Yuping, Cai Jin,
Ma Desheng, Shen Ling, Xing Fei, Xing Danwen, Liu Xiao Dong, Yu Hong,
Ai Wei Wei, Wang Keping, Qiu Deshu, Chen Jialing, Li Quan Wu, Chen
Danqing and Yuan Yunsheng.
(http://www.asianartnow.de) Leading continental European gallery
focusing on Chinese contemporary art.
Asia Society has announced an expanded online section on the ground
breaking Inside Out exhibition.
(http://www.CCAA-association.org)Published by the Chinese Contemporary
Art Association (Switzerland), this brand new site features the works
of the winners of the recent CCAA award, including works by Zhou
Tiehai, Xie Nanxing and Yang Mian.
(http://www.connect-arte.com/archive/china/chinac.htm) Excellant image
archive of top name artists.
Published out of Japan since early 1997, New China Cybertown, as the
site is titled, features Artworks (Images), People (Interviews),
Events (Listings) and Columns related to contemporary art. Featured
artists include: Xing Danwen, Rong Rong, Liu Zheng, Feng Jianli, An
Hong, as well as interviews with Ma Liuming, Zhang Huan, et al.
(http://www.hanart.com)Published by TZ Hanart Gallery (Hong Kong), the
first and largest gallery in the world to focus on contemporary art
from the mainland, this site features works by artists from Hong Kong,
Taiwan and the Mainland. Here you can browse Cynical Realists works,
such as those of Zhang Xiaogang and Liu Wei or any of a number of
Political Pop works.
Ohio State University has published complete works (including modern
section) of recent Guggenheim exhibition, "China: 5000 Years."
(http://www.nymag.com/critics/view.asp?id=1679) New York magazine has
also reviewed the "Inside Out" exhibition. The title of the article is
"The Great Mall."
(http://www.nytimes.com/library/arts/121398china-art.html) NY Times
follow up article by Holland Cotter on Inside Out: New Chinese Art
exhibition. This article appeared that appeared on Sunday, 12
December, as the lead article in Arts & Leisure section of the NY
Original review of "Inside Out: New Chinese Art" by NY Times' Holland
(http://www.redgategallery.com)Published by Red Gate Gallery, this
site carries gallery works of contemporary artists, with a focus on
works on paper by such well-known artists as Su Xinping, Guan Wei and
many others. Red Gate also represents the sculpture-based works of
(http://www.shanghart.com)Published by Shanghart, the first
contemporary Chinese art gallery in Shanghai, this site focuses on
gallery artworks of artists from the Shanghai region, including
artwork by this year's winner of the Chinese Contemporary Art Award,
(http://www.soobinart.com.sg) Soobin Art Gallery represents
contemporary Chinese and South East Asian paintings. Artists include:
Chen Yi Fei, Wu Guan Zhong, Zhou Si Cong, Wang Huai Qing, Ye Yong
Qing, Chen Wen Hsi and more.
Britta Erickson has published bibliography of books, magazines (even
e-zines - thank you) related to contemporary Chinese art. Truly the
most comprehensive bibliography on the web.
(http://www.the-people.org)Published by the Chinese Arts Centre
(London), this is the site for the upcoming exhibition, "Representing
the People," featuring realist works by Chen Wenbo, Duan Jianwei, Guo
Wei, Huang Hancheng, Liu Rentao, Liu Xiaodong, Ma Baozhong, Zhuang
Hui, Song Yongping, Wang Jingsong.
online guide to programs, publications, galleries, etc. related to
Chinese art, modern and traditional.
CHINA-TAIWAN/REPUBLIC OF CHINA
5-a General Works
Clark,J., ‘Taiwanese Painting under the Japanese Occupation’, Journal of Oriental Studies, Vol.XXV,
no.1, 1987, pp.63-105.
......, ‘Taiwanese Painting and Europe’, in Shaw, Y-M., ed., China and Europe in the Twentieth
Century, Taibei, Institute for International Relations, 1986, pp.43-60.
......., ‘La peinture moderne a Taiwan: le contexte politique et économique' [tr. Pierre Étienne-Will et
Anne Cheng], Études Chinoises, Vol VII, no.1, Printemps 1988, pp.29-63.
........., ‘The Exile’s Return’, [on Lin Shoyu], Far Eastern Economic Review, 18-6-1984
.........., ‘A Tale of Two Cities", Art Monthly [Australia], no.29, April 1990.
..........., ‘Aspects of Taipei Modernism in the 1980s’, ORIENTATIONS, vol.23, no.7, July 1992. revised
version in Asia Pacific TriennaleCatalogue, Brisbane, Queensland Art Gallery & Queensland
University Press, 1993.
Council for Cultural Planning and Development, Art Development in Taiwan (1661-1971), Taipei,
Executive Yuan, July 1985.
Council for Cultural Planning and Development, Symposium of ‘The Artistic Trends in the R.O.C’,
Taipei, Executive Yuan, November, 1991.
Kuo, Jason, ‘Painting, decolonization and cultural politics in postwar Taiwan’, Ars Orientalis, XXV.
‘Nihonga/Toyoga/Chiao-ts’aihua in Taiwan, 1895-1983”, from The Symposium on the Origin,
Transmission, and Influence of Glue painting [date, publisher unknown].
..................., ‘Painters of the postwar generation in Taiwan’, in Harrell, Steven; Huang Chun-chieh
eds., Culture Change in Postwar Taiwan, Boulder, Westview Press, 1996.
Li, Chu-tsing, ‘The Fifth Moon Group of Taiwan’, The Register of the Spencer Museum of Art, The
University of Kansas, vol.7, no.3, 1986
Lu, V., ‘The rising new moon’, Art & Asia Pacific, supplement to Art & Australia, September 1993.
Pai, M., ‘Taking Taiwan Art to the World’, Asian Art News, vol.4, no.6, Nov-Dec 1994.
..............., 'Searching for new directions' [Taipei Art Fair], Asian Art News, vol. 8, no.1,
..............., ‘A Glimpse of Sculpture: sculpture at the Taipei Biennial.’ Asia-Pacific Sculpture News 2:3
..............., 'Making the visible the invisible'[Women's art including Wu Mali,Lin Chun-ji, Maggie Wei
Hsau, Lulu Shur-tzy Hou], Asian Art News, vol. 8, no.2, March/April 1998
Shih, J.J., ‘From anguish to irony: The Chinese identity complex in Taiwanese art’, Art & Asia Pacific,
vol.2, no.3, 1995
5-b. The 1990s
Chen Hui-chiao, ‘In search of art’s ys’ [IT Park], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.1, Jan/Feb 1997
Findlay, Ian, ‘Grand vision and identity’ [Yang Maolin], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.1, Jan/Feb 1997
‘Fine Arts’, Special Issue, Free China Review, vol.43, no.3, March 1993.
Kaye, L., ‘Art for Money’s Sake’, Far Eastern Economic Review,12 April 1990
Findlay, Ian, ‘Building Awareness’,[Taiwan Art Galleries Association] Asian Art News, vol.3, no.6,
Findlay, Ian, ‘A growing sense of independence’ [S.Taiwan galleries], Asian Art News, vol.5, no.5,
Kent, Rachel, ‘It’s about time’ [experimental art spaces], ART AsiaPacific, no.13, 1997.
Kuo Jason, ‘Taiwan Sculpture’, Asia-Pacific Sculpture News, vol.1, no.1, Winter, 1995.
Lang, Miriam, ‘San Mao goes shopping: travel and consumption in the post-colonial world’, East
Asian History, 10, December 1995.
McIntyre, Sophie, ‘ Made in Taiwan, after the political art of the 1980s, what for the 1990s?’, Art
AsiaPacific, vol.3, no.3, 1996
................, ‘In Full Flow.’ World Sculpture News 3:4 Autumn 1997
................, ‘Into the Stone Hills: Taiwan’s first international stone sculpting symposium.’ Asia-Pacific
Sculpture News 2:2 Spring 1996
................, ‘River: New Asian Art in Taipei.’ Art AsiaPacific issue 19 1998
................, ‘Taiwanese Storytellers: Huang Chih-Yang and Hou Chun-Ming.’ Art AsiaPacific issue 20
Pai, Maggie, ‘Fifth Moon turns Forty’, Asian Art News, vol.6, no.5, September / October, 1996.
.................., ‘Fusing Five Continents’ [Chen Tsing-fang], Asian Art News, vol.6, no.6,
..................,’A steady Program’ [Taiwan art galleries], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.1, Jan/Feb 1997
.................., ‘The Inner eye’ [Chiu Ya-tsai], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.1, Jan/Feb 1997
.................., ‘An artist rejuvenated’ ,[Xia Yan], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.1, Jan/Feb 1997
McIntyre, Sopie & Chia Chi, Jason, ‘Taipei in Entropy’, Flash Art ,XXIX, 187, March/April 1996.
‘Supplement: Taiwan’, Asian Art News, vol.3, no.2, March-April 1993.
Rowley, Sue, ‘Experiencing Taipei’, ART AsiaPacific, no.15, 1997
Shih J.J., ‘Images of Hong Kong, Made in Taiwan’, ART AsiaPacific, no.15, 1997
Tsong Pu [Zhuang Pu] & Chen Hui-chiao, ‘Coming to terms with change’, Asian Art News, vol.7, no.1,
Wang Fei-yun, ‘Rhapsody in Ink’ [Peng Kang-lang], Free China Review, February 1996.
Wechsler, Jeffrey, "Toward a New Tradition', Asian Art News, vol.8, no.3, May/June 1998.
5-c.Works on Particular Artists
Chattophadhay, Colette’In the mind’s eye’,[Lo Ch’ing], Asian Art News, vol.6, no.1, Jan/Feb 1996.
Cheng Chengbo/Wang Feiyun, Free China Review, March 1996.
Chiang Chao-shen [Jiang Jiaoshen]/ Findlay I Asian Art News, vol.4., no.1, Jan-Feb 1994
[Chiu Tze-Yan] Findlay, I., ‘The magic of darkness’, Asian Art News, vol.4, no.6, Nov-Dec 1994.
[Chu Ge] ‘Measuring the Weight of the written word'/Sturman, P.C., Orientations, 23, no.7, July 1992.
[Chuang Che/Zhuang Zhe] ‘A Natural Theatre’, Asian Art News, vol. 5, no.2, March/April 1995.
Findlay, Ian, ‘Flying on Dreams’, [Hwang Jyi], Asian Art News, vol.6, no.1, Jan/Feb 1996.
...............,‘A darkness at noon’,[Wang Wen-ping], Asian Art News, vol.5, no.6, Nov/Dec 1995.
..............., ‘An independent spirit’ [Lin Wen Chiang/Lin Wenjiang], Asian Art News, vol.3, no.6,
...............,‘The Heart of Landscape’ [Ho Huai-shuo], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.6, November-December 1997.
..............., 'The apt surprise' [James Kuo Chun], Asian Art News, vol. 8, no.2, March/April 1998.
..............., 'Bringing tradition up to date' [Yuan Jai], Asian Art News, vol. 8, no.1, January/February
Goodman, Jonathan. ‘Sign Language: Sex, Politics and Culture in the work of Te-Cheng Lien.’ Art
AsiaPacific issue 19 1998
Heartney, Eleanor, ‘Absorbing contradictions’ [Liao Shiou-ping], Asian Art News, vol.5, no.3, Jul/Aug
[He Huaisuo] Inner realms of Ho Huai-shuo, /Stanley-Baker,J., Hong Kong, Hibiya Ltd., 1981
[Hsieh Ming-chang] Free China Review, 43, no.6 June 1993.
Hwang, Michell, Findlay, Ian, ‘Wrestling with light’, Asian Art News, July/August 1994.
[Hung Tung] Asian Art News,1,no.1, Jul/Aug 1991.
Li Xianting, 'In a sea of cultures' [Yang Maolin], Asian Art News, vol. 8, no.1, January/February 1998
[Liu Chi-hsiang]’Writing Taiwanese Art History'/Yen Chuan-ying, Art & Asia Pacific, no.2. June
Liu Kuo-song:Growth of a Modern Chinese Artist /Li Chu-tsing, Taibei, National Gallery of Art and
Museum of History, 1969[on Liu Guosong see Clark in Beyond Byzantium, Section 1 above, ibid.]
Lutchmansingh, Larry, D. ‘An Exacting Journey: Lai Chi-Man.’ Asia-Pacific Sculpture News 1:3
Millichap, John, 'Ancient Medium, Modern Voice', [Chu Ko] Asian Art News 9:2 1999
Pai, Maggie, 'A picture lasts longer' [Lulu Shur-tzy Hou], Asian Art News, vol. 8, no.1,
..............., ‘A Singular Question: Mei Dean-E.’ Asia-Pacific Sculpture News 2:4 Autumn 1996
[Pu Xinyu] Exhibition of works by P'u Hsin-yu, Hong Kong, Arts Centre, 1981
[Shen Yaochu] Exhibition of Paintings by Shen Yao-Ch'u, Hong Kong, Arts Centre, 1987
[Wang Jiqian] ‘A Closed Cycle in Chinese Art' /Stanley-Baker,J., Free China Review, July 1986
..........Mind Landscapes:The Painting of C.C.Wang /Silbergeld,J., Seattle, University of Washington
............Asian Art News, 2, no.1, Jan/Feb 1992.
[Xu Yaodong], ‘The Artist in Transition’, /Macgregor,P., Free China Review, 1-1986
[Yang Chiyung] ‘Fusion of Opposites' /Tirone,G., Free China Review, 1-1990
[Yu Cheng-yao] ‘Talent and Vision' /Stanley-Baker, J., Free China Review, 5-1986
.............Magic Mountains:The art of Yu Chengyao /Lai,T.C., Hong Kong, Kelly and Walsh, 1987.
.............The Art of Yu Chengyao /Hong Kong, Hanart Gallery, 1987
.............Majestic Mountains: Yu Chengyao at Ninety, Taipei, Hanart Gallery, 1988
[Yu Peng], ‘Primordial Technique' /Mindich,J.H., Free China Review,11-1989
[Zheng Zaidong], ‘Environmental Dialogues’, /Doran V., Free China Review, 7-1989.
............., Asian Art News, 1, no.3, Nov/Dec 1991.
[Zhu Ming] Ju Ming: Sculptures/ Findlay,I., Taibei, Hanart, 1986.
...........Asian Art News, 1, no.2 Sept/Oct 1991.
Su Reping, A Retrospective Exhibition of Contemporary Chinese Art,Taibei, Taibei Fine Arts
5-d Political and Intellectual History of Taiwan
Harrell, S., Huang Chun-chieh, eds., Cultural Change in Postwar Taiwan, Taipei, SMC Publishing,
Mancall, M., ed., Formosa Today, New York, Praeger, 1964
Macfarquar, R.; Fairbank, J.K., eds., The Cambridge History of China, vol.15: The People's Republic,
Part 2, Revolutions within the Chinese Revolution, 1966-1982, Cambridge, Cambridge University
Press, 1991, see chapter by Clough.
Shaw, Yuming., ed., Chinese Modrnization, San Francisco, China Materials Center Publications, 1985.
Shih, P.K.T., ed., Taiwan in Modern Times, New York, St. John’s University Press, 1973.
Tu Wei-ming, ‘Cultural China: The Periphery as Center’, Daedalus, vol.120, no2., Spring 1991.
6-a General Works
Chang, Y.C. ed., China-Paris [1918-1960], Taibei, Taibei Fine Arts Museum, 1988
Chiang, Yenchou, ‘Charting his Own Course",[Lee Kar-siu in Paris], Asian Art News, vol.4, no.1, Jan-
Clark, J., ‘Chinese Painters drawn to the magnet of Paris’, Far Eastern Economic Review, 18-12-1986
Cohen, J.L., ‘China's Artists Testing Wings in the West’, Asian Wall Street Journal, 20/21-1-1984
Findlay, I., ‘In from Exile’, [James Chan Leong], Asian Art News, vol.4, no.6, Nov-Dec 1994.
Findlay, Ian, ‘Against the grain’[ Hoo Mojong], Asian Art News, vol.5, no.3, Jul/Aug 1995.
Hacker, Arthur, ‘In search of tranquility’, [Christopher Cheung], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.5,
September / October 1997.
Hay, J., ‘Ambivalent Icons: works by five Chinese artists based in the United States’, Orientations, 23,
no.7, July 1992.
Hou Hanru, Uncertain Pleasure: Chinese Artists in the 1990s, Vancouver, Art Beatus, 1997 [Review:
Tsang, Henry, Art AsiaPacific, no.17, 1998]
Huangfu Binghui, In and Out: Contemporary Art from China and Australia, Singapore, LaSalle -SIA
College of the Arts, 1997 [Review: Art AsiaPacific, no.17, 1998].
Jana, R., ‘Assimilation or Alienation?’, Asian Art News, vol.4, no.6, Nov-Dec 1994.
Kayser, Christine, ‘In search of ultimate things’ [Zao Wou-ki /Zhao Wuji], Asian Art News, vol.6,
no.4, July/August, 1996
Kember, Patricia, ‘Hairlooms’ [Gu Wenda], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.5, September / October 1997.
Levin, G., ‘Changing Cultures: The recent immigration of Chinese artists to the U.S.’, Asian Art News,
vol.4, no.5, Sept-Oct 1994.
Liu, Manni & Park, Jung E., ‘Bridging the old and new worlds’, [Lampo Leung], Asian Art News,
vol.7, no.5, September / October 1997.
Magnan, K.F., ‘Blewnding Myth and Reality' [Tony Wong], Asian Art News, vol.4, no.6, Nov-Dec
Millichap, John, ‘Moments of Time’ [Yang Diu in Paris], Asian Art News, vol.6, no.5, September /
Pierquin-Tian, O., Peintres et Sculpteurs Chinois a Paris, 1947-1987, Paris, Centre Chine, Maison des
Sciences de l’Homme, 1987
Su Ruiping,ed., Overseas Chinese Artists Exhibition, Taibei, Taibei Fine Arts Museum, 1984.
‘USA East Coast’, supplement, Asian Art News, vol.4, no.1, Jan-Feb 1994.
‘USA West Coast’, supplement, Asian Art News, vol.4, no.5, Sept-Oct 1994.
6-b Particular artists
Chan Kin-chung, [Chen Jianzhong] /Liang,K.C., Guangzhou, Lingnan Publishing House, 1981
Chan Kin-chung,/ Jouffroy,A., Paris, Galerie Art Yomiuri, 1981
Chan Jianhong, Asian Art News, 2, no.1, Jan/Feb 1992.
[Chu, Julia Nee], Asian Art News, 2, no.4, Jul/Aug 1992.
Chu Teh-Chun, [Zhu Dechun]/ Juin,H.L., Paris, Musée de Poche, Gamma, 1979
Chu Teh-chun, Hong Kong, Institute for the Promotion of Chinese Culture, 1986.
[Hsiao Chin], Asian Art News, 2, no.1 Jan/Feb 1992.
’Pedro Dai'/ Tseng,Yung-li/, Free China Review,Aug-Sep,1986
Ming Fay/ Magnan, Kathleen, F., ‘The Alchemist of Spirits’, Asian Art News, July/August 1994.
[Wayne Ngan], Asian Art News, 2, no.2, Mar/Apr 1992.
[Wu Hao], Asian Art News, 2, no.2, Mar/Apr 1992.
Zao Wou-ki, [Zhao Wuji] /Cheng, F., Paris, Grand-Palais, 1981
........., /Hong Kong Arts Centre, 1982
........., /Leymarie,J., Paris, Editions Cercle d’Art, 1986