Art of modern asia a bibliography

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DeVos, G.A., Socialization for Achievement, Berkeley, University of California Press, 1973

Fuse, A., ‘Japanese Family in Transition’, Japan Foundation Newsletter, XIII, 3, 4, 1984.

Hendry, J., Webber, J., eds., Interpreting Japanese Society, Anthropological Approaches,

Journal of the Anthropological Society of Oxford, Occasional Papers, no.5, 1986 (especially

Part III. ‘The Significance of Leisure')

Ishida, T., Japanese Society, University Press of America, 1972

Kumakura, I., ‘The Iemoto System in Japanese Society’, Japan Foundation Newsletter, IX, 4,


Morse, R., Sugimoto, S., Images of Japanese Society, Kegan Paul International, 1986 (rev.:

Silverberg, M., Monumenta Nipponica, 42, 3, Summer 1987).

Nakane, C., Japanese Society, Berkeley, University of California Press, 1970

Powers, R.G. ‘The Study of Japanese Society: Figments of whose imagination?’, Japan

Foundation Newsletter, X, 5, 1983

Smith, R., Japanese Society: Tradition, Self and the Social Order, Cambridge UP, 1985

‘Symposium on "IE" Society’, Journal of Japanese Studies, 11, 1, Winter 1985.

Waswo, A., Japanese Society, 1868-1994, New York, Oxford University Press, 1996.


Two overall surveys are:

Keene Donald, Dawn to the West: Japanese Literature in the Modern Era, I Fiction, II Poetry and

Drama, New York, Henry Holt and Company, 1984.

Lewell John, Modern Japanese Novelists: A Biographical Dictionary,Tôkyô, Kôdansha

International, 1993.
Doak, K.M., Dreams of Difference: The Japanese Romantic School and the crisis of Modernity,

Berkeley, University of California Press, 1994.

Dodd, Stephen, ‘Fantasies, Fairies, and Electric Dreams: Satô Haruo’s critique of Taishô’,

Monumenta Nipponica, vol.49, no.3, 1994.

Fowler, E., The Rhetroic of Confession: Shishôsetsu in Early Twentieth century Japanese Fiction,

Berkeley, University of California Press, 1988.

Ivy, Marilyn, The Discourse of Vanishing: Modernity, Phantasm, Japan, Chicago, University of

Chicago Press, 1995.

Jameson, Frederic, ‘Sôseki and Western Modernism’, in Miyoshi Masao & Harootunian, H.D. eds.,

Japan in the World, Durham, Duke University Press, 1993.

Karatani Kôjin, Origins of Modern Japanese Literature, Durham, Duke University Press, 1993

Karatani, Kôjin, Architecture as Metaphor, Cambridge, MIT Press, 1995.

Lippet, Noriko Misuta, Reality and Fiction in Modern Japanese Literature, New York, M.E.Sharpe, 1980.

Minear, Richard H., ‘Review Symposium: Orientalism and the Study of Japan’, Journal of Asian

Studies, XXXIX, no.3, May 1980

Miyoshi Masao, Accomplices of Silence, Berkeley, University of California Press, 1974.

Monnet, Lisa, Gender and Performance of Culture: Reading Contempoirary Japanese Fiction,

Stanford, Stanford University Press, 1997.

................, ‘Violence, gender, and sexuality,’, Japan Forum, vol.8., no.1, 1996.

................, 'Montage, cinematic subjectivity and feminism in Ozaki Midori's Drifting in the World of the Seventh Sense' Japan Forum 11:1 1999

Murphey, Joseph 'Economies of culture: the Taishô bundan dallies with the Movies.' Japan Forum 11:1 1999

Murayama Masao, Thought and Behaviour in Modern Japanese Politics, London, Oxford University Press,


Napier, Susan, The Logic of Inversion: Twentieth Century Japanese Utopias, Oxford, Nissan

Occasional Papers, no.15, 1991.

Napier, Susan, The fantastic in modern Japanese literature : the subversion of modernity, London :

Routledge, 1996.

Suzuki Tomi, Narrating the Self: Fictions of Japanese Modernity, Palo Alto, Stanford University

Press, 1996.



8-a General works

‘Hoon Kwak’, Asian Art News, 2, no.3, May June 1992.

Pak, Syeung-Gil,ed., Modern Korean Painting, Seoul, Korean National Commission for UNESCO,


Modern Korea Art Exhibition for the Past 60 years, Seoul, Ministry of Information, 1973 [bilingual


Selected Works of 100 Modern Korean Sculptors and Painters, Seoul, 1965, [series of one volume per

artist in Korean with some details in English]

Roe, Jae-Ryung, The representation of national identity in Korean Art Exhibitions, 1951-1994, Ph D

thesis, New York University, 1995.

Selz,P.ed., Contemporary Korean Painting, Berkeley, Asian Humanities Press, 1979.
8.b 1980s and 1990s

Ahn, En-Young, Translatability, Modernism, and Postmodernism, Master of Visual Arts Thesis,

Sydney College of the Arts, 1994.

…………, 'Slowness of Speed', Art Monthly Australia, April 1999: 118

Bonami, Francesco, ‘Kwanju (Korea): “By the Borders, our Borders”, Flash Art, XXVIII, no.185,

Nov/Dec, 1995.

Chattopadhyay, Collette. ‘A Korean WRAPsody.’ Art AsiaPacific issue 21 1999

Choi, Tae-man, ‘Min Joong Art and its Testing Ground’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.4, 1994.

............., ‘Min Joong art in Korea: Realism as a communication’, in Fukuoka Art Museum, 4th Asian Art Show Fukuoka: Realism as an Attitude, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Art Museum, 1994.

Findlay, Ian. ‘The Soul of Rock: Kang Jinmo.’ Asia-Pacific Sculpture News 2:1 Winter 1996

Focus on Korea, Art AsiaPacific, vol.3, no.3, 1996

Fouser, Robert J., ‘Duck-Hyun Cho and the art of “Memories”’, Third Text, no.33, Winter 1995-


..........................., ‘Canned ambiguity: an exhibition of Korean art in Tokyo, Art AsiaPacific, no.16,


...........................,‘Therapy and Psyche’[Cho Duck-hyun], Asian Art News, vol.6, no.2, Mar/Apr 1996.

..........................., 'The Kwangju Biennale', Art AsiaPacific,no.18, 1998.

..........................., 'Looking for Chaemi : Nam June Paik and Korean Modernist Aesthetics', in Lee

Sang-Oak, Park, Duk-soo, eds., Perspectives on Korea, Sydney, Wild Peony, 1998.

...........................,‘Wrapping Everyday Life: Kim Soo-Ja.’ Asia-Pacific Sculpture News 2:2 Spring


...........................,‘Duck-Hyun Cho and the Art of “Memorites”.’ Third Text no.33 Winter 1995-96

Hasegawa Yuko & Carols, isabel, ‘Last words on the Biennial”’, Flash Art, XXVIII, no.185, Nov/Dec,


Heartney, Eleanor B., ‘More on the Kangju Biennale’, Art & Asia-Pacific, vol.3, no.1, 1966.

Jung Hun Yee, ‘The Ssack exhibition at the Sonje Museum’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.3, no.2, 1996

Kee, Joan. ‘Living on the Edge. Borders and Cultures in the work of Ik-Joong Kang.’ Art AsiaPacific

issue 19 1998

Kim Hyun-do, ‘Videomatic, beauty kitsch and politics in contemporary Korean art’, Art AsiaPacific,

vol.3, no.3, 1996.

..........................., ‘Disrupture: Politics and history in the art of Kim Ho-suk’, ART AsiaPacific,

no.14, 1997

Kim Soun-gui, ‘The Emptiness of Emptiness, Dream of the Butterfly’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.4,


Kim Sun-jung ‘Bauble, Bangles and beads’, [Kim Soo-ja, Cho Kyung-sook, Yi Bul, Yun Suk-nam],

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

Kim Youngna, 'Recent Conmtermporary Art and Scoial Change in Korea', in Lee Sang-Oak,

Park Duk-soo, eds., Perspectives on Korea, Sydney, Wild Peony, 1998.

Kim Youngna, ' Korean Art Today: Contemporary Art and Social Change', Visual Arts + Culture,

vol.1, no.1, 1998.

Lee, James B., ‘Performance Art takes a stand' Asian Art News, vol.4, no.6, Nov-Dec, 1994.

.................., ‘Yi Bul: the aesthetics of cultural complicity and subversion’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.2,

no.2, 1995.

..................., ‘The year of art’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.2, no.3, 1995.

..................., ‘Desire under siege’, [Lee Bul, Park Hae-sang], World Art, no.3, 1995.

.................., ‘The inaugural Kwangju Biennale’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.3, no.2, 1996.

Lee, James B., ‘You are not here’ [Korean art at Edinburgh], Art AsiaPacific, vol.3, no.3, 1996

Lee, James B., ‘ Flim-flam and fabrication: an interview with Korean artist Choi Jeong-hwa’, Art

AsiaPacific, vol.3, no.3, 1996

Asia Pacific, vol.3, no.4, 1996

Lee Hwaik, ‘Painting Nothing’ [monochome painting], Art AsiaPacific, vol.3, no.3, 1996


Nahas, Dominique, 'The eye of the tiger: a survey of contemporary Korean art', Art AsiaPacific,no.18,


Rhee Jong-soong, ‘Portapaik, Nam June Paik interviewed’, Art AsiaPacific, vol.3, no.3, 1996,

Rhee Jong Soong, ‘Clay Idols: The new Korean pavilion at the Venice Biennale’, Art & Asia-Pacific,

vol.3, no.1, 1966.

Roe, Jae-ryung, ‘Korean Art at Home and Abroad: Staging a Culture’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.4,


Roe Jae-ryung, ‘From Chosun Dynasty to Segehwa’, Art AsiaPacific, vol.3, no.3, 1996

......................, ‘Novel exposure’ [Korean photography], ART AsiaPacific, no.13, 1997.

Seo Seongrok. ‘Sensibility of a New Generation.’ ‘Asian Art: Prospects for the Future.’ International

Symposium 1999

Seo Sounjpu, ‘Choi Hyunsoo, a Korean artist in Paris’, Art AsiaPacific, vol.3, no.3, 1996

‘Supplement: Korea’, Asian Art News, vol. 5, no.1, Jan-Feb 1995.

Shikata Yukiko, 'Identity Complex: Shin Myeong-eun deconstructs the dog', Art AsiaPacific, no.17,


Young Y. Chung. ‘The Traditional Korean Wedding Robe.’ TASSA Review, 7:3 1998


Joren, G., ‘Artists at Work’, Asian Art News,2, n0.3, May-June 1992.

Korean Paintings of Today, Pyongyang, Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1980

Suh Sung-rok, ‘The Battlefield is just in front of us’, Art AsiaPacific, vol.3, no.3, 1996



10.a As a region

‘ASEAN art awards 1996’, Asian Art News, vol.7, no.1, Jan/Feb 1997

Asian Modernism: Diverse Development in Indonesia, the Philippines and Thailand, Tokyo, Asia

Center, 1995, [reviews by Clark John, Asian Art News, vol.6, no.1, Jan/Feb 1996; Shimizu Toshio,

‘Asian Modernism’, Art & Asia-Pacific, vol.3, no.1, 1966].

‘Contemporary Arts of the Region: South East Asia and Australia’, ARTLINK, vol.13, nos 3 & 4,

November-March, 1993/1994. [Thailand, Indonesia, Vietnam, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore,


Cooke, Anna Zeitlin, 'The weavings of war: textiles from Vietnam, laos, and Thailand', Art

AsiaPacific, no.18, 1998

Eagle, M., ‘Shadows cast by others' [Adeliade Festival Installations], Art Monthly Australia, no.68,

April 1994.

Ewington, Julie, ‘Between the cracks: Art and method in SE Asia’, Art AsiaPacific, vol.3, no.4,


Farnay, Rachel, 'An ASEAN success story', Asian Art News, vol. 8, no.1, January/February 1998

First ASEAN Symposium on Aesthetics, Kuala Lumpur, Balai Seni Lukis Negara, 1989.

Furuichi, Y., Ushiroshoji, M., Sakonaka, Y., New Art from South-East Asia 1992, [bilingual], Tokyo,

The Japan Foundation, 1992.

Galligan, Gregory, 'The ASEAN Art Awards', Art AsiaPacific,no.18, 1998.

Paras-Perez, Rod, ‘South-East Asian Sense and Sensibility: The well-filled space, the well-cut silence’,

Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.4, 1994.

Sabapathy, T.K., et al, Modernity and Beyond: Themes in South East Asian Art, Singpaore, Singapore

Art Museum, 1995.

Seminar on Fine Arts of Southeast Asia, Bangkok; Association of Southeast Asian Institutions of

Higher Learning, 1964.

Sian E, Jay, 'The Face of the New', [ASEAN Art Awards] Asian Art News, 9:1 1999

.............., 'Other Voices, Other Views', Asian Art News, 9:1 1999

.............., 'A Winning Way', Asian Art News, 9:1 1999

Tatehata Akira, 'Crossroads of Culture: A survey of recent Southeast Asian art in Tokyo', Art

AsiaPacific, no.17, 1998.

Torres, Emmanuel, 'The Coupling of Word and Image', Asian Art News, 9:1 1999

Turner, Caroline, 'Asian Modernisms: The Birth of the modern in Southeast Asia', Art AsiaPacific,

no.17, 1998

Ushiroshôji Masahiro et al, The Birth of Modern Art in Southeast Asia: Artists and Movements,

Fukuoka, Fukuoka Art Museum, 1997.



Jill Sheng Mei 'In a World of Their Own', Asian Art News, July/August 1998 [Aung Myint, M.P.P. Yei

Myint, Myanmar]

Min Naing U, U Ba Nyan i bawa, Rangoon [?], 1974.



Dyer, Richard. ‘Vong Phaophanit: Ash and Silk Wall.’ Third Text no. 26 Spring 1994

Hyles, C., ‘Revolutionary street pictures of Laos’, The Journal of the Asian Arts Society of Australia, 2,

3, August 1993.

Phoummachanh, Nousay ‘Modern art in Laos’, Fukuoka Art Museum, 4th Asian Art Show Fukuoka:

Realism as an Attitude, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Art Museum, 1994.

Sanday, John. ‘Preserving The Past: Preah Khan conservation project.’ Asia-Pacific Sculpture News

1:3 Summer 1995



Edwards, Bradford. An Enduring Intimacy.’ [Cambodia/Svay Ken] Asian Art News 8:6

November/December 1998



14.a. In General

[Vietnamese diacritics unavailable]

Asian Art and Culture. [Vietnam Issue] vol. VII no.1 Oxford University Press, 1994

A Winding River: The Journey of Contemporary Art in Vietnam. Meridian International Center,

Washington D.C. 1997

Mohring, H., Vietnamesische Malerei, Leipzig, VEB E.A.Seemann, Buch- und Kunsterverlag, 1963

Nghe Thuat Tao Hinh Vietnam, Hanoi, Nha Xuat Ban Van Hoa, 1975

[album] Nghe Thuat Tao Hinh Vietnam, Hanoi, Nha Xuat Ban Van Hoa, 1975

Peintures Vietnamiennes Contemporaines [ album of works shown at the Vietanmese Fine Arts

Exhibition in the People's Republics of China, Korea, and Mongolia], Hanoi, Nha In Quoc Gia Viet-

Nam in Va Phat Hanoi distributed by So Xuat Nhap Khau Sach Bao 1956.

[journal] Sang Tac My Thuat, Hanoi, Nha Xuat Ban van Hoa, 1978

Tran Van Can, Huu Ngoc, Vu Huyen, Mai Van Nam, Contemporary Vietnamese Painters, Hanoi, Red

River Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1987.

L’École Supérieure des Beaux Arts de Hanoi/ Truong Dai Hoc My Thuat Ha Noi 1925-1990, Hanoi

14.b. 1990s

Binks, Hilary, 'In a world of Grace', [Hong Viet Dung], Asian Art News, vol.8, no.3, May/June 1998.

‘Beyond ideology and label’, Asian Art News, 2, no.4, Jul/Aug 1992.

Buchanan, Sherry, ‘Rebel with a cause’ [Buu Chi], Asian Art News, vol. 6, no.3, May / June 1996

Carruthers, Ashley. ‘What Bugs The State About Truong Tan?’ TASSA Review 7:3 September 1998

Chiu M. & Genocchio B., ‘ Vietnamese Artist Truong Tan’s Dissidence’, ART AsiaPacific, no.14,


………., and Genocchio, B., ‘Silencing Sexuality: The Art of Truong Tan.’ Third Text no.37 Winter


Collins, Darryl, 'The gallery 'scene' in Phnom Penh', Asian Artnotes, Art Monthly Australia, August

1999: 122

Cultural Representations in Transition, Bangkok, The Siam Society, 1997 [review: Gampell, Jennifer,

Art AsiaPacific, no.17, 1998].

Curry, Shannon K., 'A World in Portraits', , Asian Art News, vol.8, no.3, May/June 1998.

Duong Tuong, 'Uncouth Poetry', [Ha Tri Hieu] Asian Art News 9:2 1999

......................, 'Beyond the Visible', [Nguyen Quang Minh] Asian Art News 9:4 1999

Findlay, Ian, ‘The heart of the country’ [Phan Cam Thuong], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.3, May/June


..................., ‘Tales from a solitary life’, [Do Quang Em], Asian Art News, vol.6, no.1, Jan/Feb 1996.

..................., 'Painting the Town' [Pham Luam] Asian Art News, vol. 8, no.1, January/February 1998.

..................., 'Pursuing a national voice', [Than Chuong] , Asian Art News, vol.8, no.3, May/June 1998.

..................., 'Worlds in Paper', [Ninh Thi Den] Asian Art News, 9:2 1999

..................., 'The Lyrical Figure and Landscape', [Cong Quoc Ha] Asian Art News 9:3 1999

..................., 'A Narrative of Mirrors', [Bui Huu Hung] Asian Art News 9:3 1999

..................., ‘Changing Times.’ [Do Minh Tam, Dao Hai Phong, Bui Manh Hung, Bui Hoai Mai]

Asian Art News 9:5 1999

..................., ‘Dreaming in Three Dimensions: Le Cong Thanh.’ World Sculpture News 4:2 Spring 1998

Hantover, J., ‘Contemporary Vietnamese Art’, Asian Art News, 1, no.2, 1991.

............., Nguyen Quan, Uncorked Soul: Contemporary Art from Vietnam, Hong Kong, Plum Blossoms

gallery, 1991.

..........., ‘Art from thge bottom of the well’, Asian Art News July/August 1994.

..........., ‘A Singular Voice' [Truong Tan], Asian Art News, vol.4, no.5, Sept-Oct 1994.

Hussfeld, Birgit, ‘Monsters, Devils, Insects and Angels: The bowerbird art of Vu Dan Tan’, Art

AsiaPacific, no.16, 1997.

Kraevskaia, Natalia ‘Windows on Life: The Art of Nguyen Minh Thanh.’ Art Asia Pacific 24:1999

Lasschuyt, Helga, ‘The Secretary fo Life’,[Tran Trung Tin], Asian Art News, vol.5, no.6, Nov/Dec


Nguyen Quan, ‘Multicolored and richly idiosnycratic’, Art & Asia Pacific,supplement, Art & Australia,

September 1993.

..........., ‘A few remarks about contemporary Vietnamese art: Tradition and Acculturation’,in Fukuoka

Art Museum, 4th Asian Art Show Fukuoka: Realism as an Attitude, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Art Museum,


Nguyen Gia Tri, To Nqoc Van, Bui Xuan Phai, and Nguyen Sang: Masters of Modern Vietnamese

Painting, Hanoi, Fine Arts Publishing House, 1994.

Nguyen Sy Bach and Nguyen Xuan Tiep. (eds.) All The Rivers Are Running: Vietnamese

Contemporary Fine Art. Hanoi, 1997

Meridian Art Centre, A Winding River: The Journey of Contemporary Art in Vietnam, Washington,

Meridian International Center, 1997.

Millichap, John ‘The Inner Eye’, [Le Thiet Cuong], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.6, November-December


Phan Cam Thuong, ‘A view from Hanoi’, [Le Quang He, Nguyen Thanh Chuong, Pham Quang Vinh,

Pham Minh Tuan], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.4, July/August 1997.

Plum Blossoms Gallery. Uncorked Soul--Contemporary Art from Vietnam. Hongkong, 1991

Quan, Nguyen, 'Vietnamese Appearances', Asian Art News, vol. 8, no.2, March/April 1998

Quynh Pham, 'At A Crossroads', Asian Art News 9:4 1999

‘Supplement Vietnam’, Asian Art News, vol. , no.3, May-June 1994.

Thai Ba Van, ‘The silk paintings of Nguyen Phan Chanh’, Artlink, September 1993.

‘Vietnam Feature’ including Findlay, I. & Hagemans, H., ‘Changing times’; Duong Trong, ‘A

tradition of the new’; Howard Ian, ‘Discovery and Innovation’;Edwards Bradford, ‘A Stir in the

Ranks’; Findlay, Ian, ‘Of Memories and Music’ [Nguyen Cam]; Hagemans, Helen, ‘Freedom and

Hardship [Nguyen Trung]; Howard, Ian,‘The road ahead is behind you’ [Vu Dan Tan]; Findlay,

Ian, ‘Of pagodas and spirits’ [Nguyen Xuan Tiep]; Robinson, Abby, ‘Vietnamese photography

comes into focus’ [Van Bao, Ho Ngoc Son, Bui Xuan Huy, Thi Tho, Dao Hoa Nu, Long Thanh,

Duy Anh]; Kupfer, Peter,‘ Strong Coffee and Sublime Art’ [Cafe Lam]; Asian Art News, vol. 7,

no. 2, March/April 1997

Were, I. ‘Vu Dan Tan’s Front Window.’ Object, no.2 1997
14.c. Cultural and Historical Background

Durand, M M, Nguyen T H, An Introduction to Vietnamese Literature, New York, Columbia

University Press, 1991.

Karnow, Stanley, Vietnam: A History, Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1983.

Lockhart, B M, Monarchy in Siam and Vietnam, 19251-1946, Ph.D Dissertation, Cornell University,


Marr, David, Vietnamese Tradition of Trial, 1920-1945, Berkeley, University of California Press, 1981.

Nguyen, K V, Vietnamese Literature, Red River Foreign Languages Publishing House, 1980?

Schafer, John; Uyen, Thee ‘The Novel emerges in Cochinchina’, Journal of Asian Studies, no.4,

November 1983.

Smith, R, Viet-Nam and the West, London, Macmillan , 1968.

15-a General Works

Aidit,D.M., Dengan sastra dan seni jang berkepribadian nasional.., Djakarta, Pembaruan 1964

Bennet, James, 'Textiles of Timor', Art AsiaPacific,no.18, 1998.

Fischer, J.ed., Modern Indonesian Art, Jakarta and New York, Panita Pameran KIAS [1990-91], 1990.

Hadiwardoyo, Sanento Yuliman, ‘The Modern Art of Indonesia’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1. no.3, 1994.

Goodfellow, Rob. ‘History Imitating Art, Imitating Life: The Art of Bramantyo.’ Art AsiaPacific, issue

22, 1999

Kusuma-Atmadja, M., et al, Streams of Indonesian art from pre-historic to contemporary, Jakarta,

Committee of the Festival of Indonesia, 1991.

Supangkat, Jim, ‘Discoursing in Regional Contemporary Art in Asia.’ [Indonesia]‘Asian Art: Prospects

for the Future.’ International Symposium 1999
15-b Art from late 19th century to 1945

Bustaman, Soekondo, Raden Salleh: Pangeran di anatra para pelukis romantik, Bandung, Abardin,

15-c Art from 1945-1965

Foulcher, K., Social Commitment in Literature and the Arts, The Indonesian "Institute of People's

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