Art of modern asia a bibliography

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Culture" 1950-1965’, Melbourne, Centre of SE Asian Studies, Monash University, 1986.

Holt, C., Art and Indonesia, Cornell UP, 1967

........, Culture and Politics in Indonesia, Cornell UP, 1972.

Lee, Men-fong, Lukisan2 dan Patung2 kolleksi Presiden Sukarno dari Republik Indonesia, 5 vols,

Jakarta, 1964.[in Rare Books]

McIntyre, A. ‘Soekarno as an Artist-Politician’, in Mcintyre, A. ed., Indonesian Political Biography, Clayton, Centre for SouthEast Asian Studies, Monash University, 1993.

15-d Art since 1965

Lima ribu alamat artis Indonesia cat 1. Jakarta, Pitaloka Enterprise, 1975

Kartomi,M.J., ed., Five Essays on the Indonesian Arts, Melbourne, Monash University, 1981.

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

Hooker, V.M., Culture and Society in new order Indonesia, Kuala Lumpur, Oxford University Press,


Maraiantoo, M., Dwi, Surrealist Painting in Yogyakarta, Doctor in Creative Arts Thesis, University of

Woollongong, 1995.

Miklouho-Maklai, B., Exposing society's wounds, some aspects of contemporary art since 1966,

Adelaide, Flinder's University Asian Studies Monograph no.5, 1991.

Permadi, B., Purnomo,Ibu I, Percakapan Dari Hati Ke Hati Pelukis Indonesia Jakarta, Mustika, 1983.

Purnomo, Seianingsih, The Voice of Muted People in Modern Indonesian Art, MA Thesis, University

of Western Sydney, Nepean, 1995.

Spanjaard,H., ‘Free art: academic painters in Indonesia’, in Faber,P. et al eds, Kunst uit een andere

wreld/ Art From Another World, Rotterdam, Museum voor Volkenkunde, 1988

Supangkat, J., Sanento Yuliman Hadiwardoyo, Seni Lukis Indonesia Baru, Jakarta, Dewan Kesenian,


..........., Gerakan Seni Rupa Baru Indonesia, Jakarta, Penerbit PT Gramedia, 1979

.............., ‘Indonesia’s New Art Movement’, Praxis M, 24, September, 1989.

............, ‘Two decades of contemporary Indonesian art’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.3, 1994.

Wright, A., ‘Indonesia in the 1980s’, Art Monthly Australia, 41, June 1991.

.........., ‘Undermining the Order of the Javanese Universe; the self-portraits of Kartika Affandi-Köberl,

Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.3, 1994.

..........., Soul, Spirit and Mountain: Preoccupations of contemporary Indonesian Painters, Kuala

Lumpur, Oxford University Press, 1994. [Review: Spanjaard,H., Art & Asia Pacific, vol.2, no.2,


15-e Art in the 1990s

Clark, C., ‘The Natural City' [Yogyakarta sculptor Anuspati], Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.3, 1994.

Dwi Marianto, M., ‘Surabaya art festival’, ART AsiaPacific, no.13, 1997.

......................, ‘Fishing with a fine ar net’, [Yogyakarta 1997 Biennale], Art Monthly Australia,

no.97, March 1997.

Ewington, J., ‘Indonesia at a glance: four cities, five galleries, Art Monthly Australia, 65, November


............, ‘The exhibition that never opened’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.4, 1994.

Hasan, Asikin ‘G.Sidharta Soegiyo’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no3., 1994.

Hoffie, Pat, ‘The Politics of Misinterpretation’,[On Australia Indonesia Today], Art Monthly Australia,

no.74, October 1994.

Howards, Mcihael C., 'Maro paintings of Irian Jaya', Art AsiaPacific,no.18, 1998.

Jakarta Feature: Asian Art News, vol.7, no.5, September/October 1997.

‘Altering Course’ [Jakarta Art Market]; Supnagkat, Jim ‘A critic’s view’; Soliamna, Joseph

‘Maintaining Quality’ [Galerie Santi]; ‘In the dominion of anxiety’ [Teguh Ostenrik]; ‘Inside

Tradition’ [Astari Rasjid]; Narayan, Parvathi Nayar, ‘Up from the street’ [Arifien].

Kam, Garrett, ‘A spiritual source’ [I Made Sumadiyasa], Asian Art News, vol.6, no.2, Mar/Apr 1996

Marianto, M.Dwi, ‘Art from the Netherlands and Indonesia’, Art & Asia-Pacific, vol.3, no.1, 1996.

Marianto, M.Dwi, ‘The experimental artist Heri Dono’, Art Monthly Australia 64, October 1993.

.............., ‘Lucia Hartini’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.3, 1994.

Narayan, Parvathi Nayar, ‘Steeped in Belief’ [Ahmad Sadali], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.6, November-

December 1997.

Rai, Dipika, 'Yogyakarta: The Heart of Javanese Tradition', Art AsiaPacific, no.17, 1998

Supangkat, J., ‘Seni Rupa: The 1992 Jakarta Art and Design Expo’, Art & Asia Pacific, no.2, 1993.

............, ‘A Different Modern Art’, Art & Asia Pacific, supplement to Art & Australia, September


............, 'When Photorealism goes Asina' [Yogyakarta painters], Asian Art News, vol. 8, no.2,

March/April 1998.

Supangkat, Jim & Zaelani, Rizki A., The Mutation: Painstaking realism in Indonesian Contemporary

Painting, Tôkyô, The Japan Fuondation Forum for The Indonesia-Japan Friendship Festival, 1997

Supplement Indonesia’, Asian Art News vol.4, no.2, March-April 1994.

Tuli, Priya, ‘The colors of Joy’ [Erica Hesta Wahyuni], Asian Art News, vol. 7, no. 2, March/April


Wright, Astri, ‘Dadang Christianto on Systematic Violence’, Art & Asia-Pacific, vol.3, no.1, 1996.
15-f Bali

Edleson,M.J. et al, Neka Museum; Guide to the Painting Collection, Ubud, Museum Neka, 1986.

[Festival catalogue] Pesta Kesenian Bali, 1979

Farney, Rachel. ‘New Sprits in Bali.’ [Seniwati Gallery of Art by Women] Asian Art News 8:6

November/December 1998

Forge, A., Balinese Traditional Painting, Sydney, Australian Museum, 1978

...... and others, Donald Friend's Bali, Sydney, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1990

Kam, G., Perceptions of Paradise, Images of Bali in the arts, Bali, Yayasan Dharma Seni Museum

Neka, 1993.

Moerdowo, R.M., Reflections on the Balinese tradtional and modern arts, Jakarta, Balai Pustaka, 1983.

Murti, Krisna, ‘From tourism to globalism’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.3, 1994.

Pearce, B., ‘Donald Friend and bali' Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.3, 1994.

Rhodius, H., Darling,J., Walter Spies and Balinese Art, Amsterdam, Tropical Museum, 1980

........, Walter Spies, Den Haag, L.J.C. Boucher, 1964

Vickers, A., Bali: A Paradise created, Harmondsworth, Penguin, 1989.

.........., ‘Kitsch and Craft on Bali’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.3, 1994.

Vickers, Adrian, ‘Bali High Art’, ART AsiaPacific, no.14, 1997

Wright, A., ‘Bali: Showcase of Indonesian Art’, Asian Art News, 1, no.3, Nov/Dec 1991.

..................., ‘The Senewati Gallery ofWomen’s Art’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.2, no.2, 1995.

15-g.Works on particular artists

R.Basoeki Abdullah RA/ Agus Dermawan,T., Jakarta, Penerbit PT Gramedia, 1985

Affandi 70 Tahun/ Rosidi al, Jakarta, Dewan Kesenian, 1978

Affandi/Iskandar,P., Jakarta,Akademi, 1977

Affandi/ Sumaetmadja,N., Penerbit Yayasan Kanisins, 1975

’Affandi, reluctant expressionist’, Orientations, June 1971

Doyo Prasim/ Santoso Jasin, 1981

Salim / Yazir Marzubi, Jakarta, Penerbit Djambatan, 1978

Heri Dono Marianto, Martinus Dwi, ‘The experimental artist Heri Dono fromYogyakarta and his

"visual art" religion’, Art Monthly Australia, no.64, October 1993.

15-h European images of S.E.Asia and Indonesia

Bastin,J., Brommer,B., Nineteenth Century Prints and Illustrated Books of Indonesia,

Utrecht/Antwerpen, Het Spectrum, 1979

........, Rohatgi,P., Prints of Southeast Asia in the India Office Library, London, Her Majesty’s

Stationary Office, 1979

Loos-Haxman,, Verlaat Rapport Indie, Den Haag, 1968.

India Office Library, The Raffles Drawings in the India Office library,Kuala Lumpur, Oxford

University Press, 1978.

15-G Craft Practices in the Indonesian Archipelago including Textiles

Dhamija,J., ‘The cosmology of textiles’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.2, no.2, 1995.


16.1.a General works

Asia-Pacific Sculpture News 2:3 Summer 1996 Malaysia Feature with articles by Laura Fan and Ian


‘The Arts in Malaysia’, Supplement, Arts & The Islamic World, vol.5, no.1, Spring-Summer, 1988.

Asian Watercolours ‘88, Petaling Jaya, Malaysian Water Colour Society, 1988

Chong, Weng-ho, ‘Submission and recalcitrance: looking for art and the other thing in Kuala Lumpur’,

Art Monthly Australia, no.68, April 1994.

Exhibition of Painting, Sculpture, Graphic and Handicraft from Private Collection, Kuala Lumpur,

Muzium Seni Negara Malaysia, 1982.

Jamal, S.A., ed., Malaysian Art 1965-1978, London, The Commonwealth Institute, 1978.

Jamal, S.A., Seni Lukis Malaysia 57-87 , Kuala Lumpur, Balai Seni Lukis Nagara, 1987. [bilingual]

Langenbach, R., ‘The Third Salon Malaysia’, Asian Art News, 2, 6, November-December 1992.

Pameran Terbuka 1987, Kuala Lumpur, Balai Seni Lukis Nagara, February to March, 1987

Pameran Terbuka 1988, Kuala Lumpur, Balai Seni Lukis Nagara, January to February, 1988.

Pameran Terbuka, 1990, Kuala Lumpur, Balai Seni Lukis Negara, 9-28 Januari, 1990

Piyadasa,R., Pengolahan lanskap tempatan dalam Seni Moden Malaysia, 1930-1981, (The Treatment

of the Local Landscape in Modern Malaysian Art, 1930-1981) Kuala Lumpur, Muzium Seni Negara,


Rajah, Niranjan 'Sacred Pictures, Secular Frames', Art AsiaPacific, no.17, 1998.

Raslan, K., ‘Looking for a New Direction’, Asian Art News, vol.4, no. 1, Jan-Feb 1994.

Sabapathy, T.K., Piyadasa,R., Modern Artists of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka,


Sabapathy, T.K., ed., Vision and Idea: Relooking Modern Malaysian Art, Kuala Lumpur, National

Gallery, 1994.

Seni Lukis Malaysia- 25 tahun, penyusunan dan teks Kuala Lumpur, 1982.

‘Supplment Singapore & Malaysia’, Asian Art News, vol.2, no.6, Nov-Dec 1992.

16.1-b Works on particular Artists

Chong Kam Kow, Frederikshavn, Frederikshavn Art Museum, 1988

............, Asian Art News, 2, no.5, Sep/Oct 1992.

Tang Hon Yin/ Australian High Commission, Kuala Lumpur, 1986
16.1-c 1990s

Fan, Laura, ‘Banking on Art’ [Syed Ahmad Jamal], Art & Asia Pacific, vol.2, no.3, 1995.

............., ‘Telling Tales: the latest exhibition by the Malaysian group Mahati’, Art & Asia-Pacific,

vol.3, no.1, 1996

Fan, Laura, ‘A controversy of silence: Wong Hoy Cheong in Exhibition’, Art AsiaPacific, no.16, 1997.

Farnay, Rachel, ‘Across time and cultures’ [Soh Chee Hui], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.5, September /

October 1997.

Findlay, Ian, ‘Pictures from Penang’, Asian Art News, vol.7, no.5, September / October 1997

Latiff Mohidin/ Raslan, K., ‘The Line from Point to Point’, Art & Asia Pacific, supplement to Art &

Australia, September 1993.

Munroe, B., ‘Behind the mask [Charles Cham], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.6, November-December


Sabapathy, T.K., ed., Pago - Pago to Gelombang: 40 Years of Latiff Mohidin, Singapore, Singapore

Art Museum, 1994.

Sabapthy,T. K., Yeoh Jin Leng: Art and Thoughts, 1952-1995, Kuala Lumpur, National Gallery, 1995.

Wong Hoy Cheong/ Raslan, K./ Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.2, 1994.

Yeoh Jinleng/ ‘Clark, J., ‘Into the forest’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.2, 1994.



16.2-a General works

Chai Yik Chin, Singapore Artists, Singapore Cultural Foundation, 1982

Chia, J., ‘Trouble at Hand’, Art & Asia pacific, vol.2, no.2, 1995

Fifth Asian Youth Painting 1987, Singapore, Ministry of Community Development and National

Museum, June 1987

Chow Kwok Kian, Channels a & Confluences: A History of Singapore Art, Singapore, Singapore Art

Museum, 1995.

‘Emerging Singapore’ [Feature Issue], Asian Art News, vol. 6, no.3, May / June 1996

Langenbach, Ray, ‘Annotated Singapore Diary", Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.4, 1994.

Lee Weng Choy, ‘All Washed up’, Art & Asia-Pacific, vol.3, no.1, 1966.

........................., ‘Department Store Art’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.3, no.2, 1996.

Singapore Artists Directory, Singapore, Prime Prints Pte.Ltd., 1987

Sabapathy, K., ‘Trimurti: Contemporary Art In Singapore’, Art & Asia Pacific, no.2, June 1993.

Scarlett, K., ‘The Shock of the Unexpected: Innovation in Singapore’, Art Monthly Australia, 55, Nov


Singapore Museum, Supplement to Art & Asia Pacific, vol.3, no.2, 1996
16.2-b Works on particular artists

Georgette Chen/Sheares,C.ed, Singapore, National Museum and Art Gallery, 1985.

Huang Pao-fang/ Singapore, National Museum and Art Gallery, February, 1987.
16.2-C 1990s

Chiu, Melissa, 'Disembodied Aesthetic: Suzanne Victor's corporeal spaces', Art AsiaPacific, no.17,


Choy, Lee Weng. ‘Contemporary Art Criticism in Singapore.’ TASSA Review, 7:3 1998

Fan, Laura, ‘Bidding for change’, Asian Art News, vol.7, no.1, Jan/Feb 1997

Farnay, Rachel. ‘In Search of New Messages.’ World Sculpture News 4:4 Autumn 1998

............, ‘Beyond Sight: Victor Tan.’ World Sculpture News 3:1 Winter 1997

............, ‘Moments of Clarity.’ [Oh Chai Hoo] Asian Art News 8:6 November/December 1998

Findlay, Ian, ‘A personal landscape’, [Wong Keen], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.4, July/August 1997.

.................., ‘An Intimate World’ [Jimmy Ong], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.5, September / October


..................,‘Songs from nature’ [Zhuang Shengtao], Asian Art News, vol.5, no.6, Nov/Dec 1995.

..................,‘Accidental Executions.’ Asian Art News, 9:5 September/October 1999 [Tan Teo Kwang]

Gumpert, Lynn, 'Report from Singapore: a Global City for the Arts?', Art In America, December 1997.

Georgette Chen, Singapore, Singapore Art Museum, 1997 [review: Tan Meng Kiat, Janis, Art

AsiaPacific, no.17, 1998].

Hantower, Jeffrey, ‘Towards a Center’[new museum], Asian Art News, vol.6, no.2, Mar/Apr 1996

Jay Sian E., ‘In Search of Self.’, Asian Art News, 9:5 September/October 1999 [Sisie Wong]

King, Natalie, ‘Singaporean artist Amanda Heng’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.3, no.2, 1996.

[Tan Kwank Liang], Asian Art News, 2, no.5, Sep/Oct 1992.

Lee Weng Choy, ‘Local Cocunuts: Simryn Gill and the politics of identity’, Art AsiaPacific, no.16,


Monroe, Ben. ‘Starting Over: Delia Prvacki.’ Asia-Pacific Sulpture News 2:3 Summer 1996

Yang Choky weng, ‘Shotting the city’, [Peter Chen], Asian Art News, vol.7, no.4, July/August 1997.
16.3 Works on History and Culture in Malaysia and Singapore

Abdullah, Firdau Haji, Radical Malay Politics: Its origins and Early Development, Petaling Jaya,

Pelanduk Publications, 1985.

Andaya, B.W. & L.Y., A History of Malaysia, London, Macmillan, 1982.

Beng, Tan Sooi, Bangsawan: A Social and Stylistic History of Popular Malay Opera, Kuala Lumpur,

Oxford University Press, 1993.

Lim, Kit Siang, Malaysia: Crisis of Identity, Petaling Jaya, Democratic Action Party, 1986.

Milne, R.S. & Mauzy, D.K., Malaysia: Tradition, Modernity, and Islam



a. Historical Context

17.a.1 Ayuthaya

Anderson, English Intercourse with Siam in the Seventeenth Century, London, 1890.

Anonymous, The Ship of Sulaiman, tr. from Persian by O'Kane, J., London, Routledge and Kegan Paul,


Anonymous, Full and True Relation of the Great and Wonderful Revolution that happened in the

Kingdon of Siam, in French 1690, and later translated into English and Italian.

Chaumont, Chevalier de, Relation de l'Ambassade de M. le Chevalier de Chaumont à la Cour du Roy

de Siam, Paris Seneuse 1685 [1686] [anonymous translation in London, 1687].

Choisy, Abbé de., Journal du Voyage de Siam fait en 1686 et 1686 par M.L.D.C. Paris, Mabre-

Cramoisy, 1687.

Coedes, G., tr., ‘Jianakalamalini’, BEFEO, XXV, no.1, 1925

Coedes G., tr. ‘Sagitivamsa’, BEFEO, XIV, no.3

Damrong, Prince, History of the Wars between Burma and Siam, Bangkok, 1920.

Frankfurther, tr. Luang Prasoet's History, JSS, VII, part 3, 1909.

Gervaise, Nicholas, Histoire Naturelle et Politique du Royaume de Siam, Paris, 1688 [tr. Villiers, J,

The Natural and Political History of the Kingdom of Siam, Bangkok, White Lotus, 1989].

Harangues faites à sa Majesté et au Princes et Princesses de la Maison Royale pas les Ambassadeurs

du Roy de Siam a leur première audience et à leur audience de conge, Paris, 1687 [tr.and ed. by

Smithies, M., as The Discourses at Versailles of the First Siamese Ambassadors to France, 1686-7,

together with the list of their presents to the court, Bangkok, The Siam Society, 1986].

De La Loubère, Nicholas, Du Royaume de Siam, Paris, 1691 [reprinted with analysis and notes in Jacq-

Hergoualc'h, M., Étude historique et critique de Simon de la Loubère "Du Royaume de Siam", - Paris

1691, Paris, Éditions Recherche sur Les Civilisations, 1987.Tachard, Voyage de Siam.

d'Orléan, Frère, Histoire de M. Constance [Phaulkon], 1690.

Pinto, Fernando Mendez, Peregrinations, tr. Cogan, 1663; abridged republication London, 1891.

Pombejra, Dhiravat na, Court, Company, and Campong: Essays on the VOC presence in Ayutthaya, Ayutthaya, Ayutthaya Historical Study Centre,1992.

Turpin, F.H., Histoire civile et naturelle du royaume de Siam, Paris, Costard., 1771 tr. Cartland, B.O., History of the Kingdom of Siam, Bangkok, American Presbyterian Mission Press, 1909.

van Vliet, Jeremias, Revolutions arrivées au Royaume du Siam, manuscript in Flemish, published in

French translation only in 1673 in same volume as Herbert's Voyage to India and Persia.

van Vliet, Jeremias, Description of the Kingdom of Siam[see van Ravenswaay, L.F. tr., JSS, VII, pt I]

17.a.2 1780s to 1910s [Rama I to Rama V]

Bowring, J., The Kingdom and People of Siam [1857], reprint with foreword by Wyatt, D., Kuala

Lumpur, Oxford University Press, 1969.

Chomchai, Prachoom, Chulalongkorn the Great, Tokyo, Centre for East Asian Cultural Studies, 1965.

Landon, K.P., Siam In Transition, London, Oxford University Press, 1939.

Low Moffat, A., Mongkut, King of Siam, Ithaca, Cornell University Press, 1961.

Lysa, Hong, Thailand in the Nineteenth Century, Singapore, Institute of South East Asian Studies,


Pallegoix, Abbé, Description du Royaume Thai ou Siam, 1854, reprint, Farnborough, Gregg

Interntional Publishers, 1969.

Quaritch Wales, H.G., Ancient Siamese Government and Administration, New York, Paragon Reprint,


Rabibhadana, Akin, The Organization of Thai Society in the early Bangkok Period, 1782-1873, Ihaca,

Cornell University Southeast Asia Program, Data Paper, no.74, 1969.

................., ‘Citizenship and Class Structure in the Early Bangkok Period’, in Skinner & Kirsch,

section b, below.

Reynolds, C., ‘A challenge to loyal historical writing: the case of K.S.R. Kulab’, Journal of the Siam

Society, July 1973.

............., ‘Sedition in Thai History: A nineteenth century poem and its critics’, in Chitakasem &

Turton, section j below.

Vella, W.F., Siam Under Rama III, Locust Valley, J.J.Augustin Ltd, 1957.

Wilson., C.M., State and Society in the Reign of Mongkut, 1851-1968: Thailand on the Eve of

Modernization, Ann Arbor, University Microfilms, 1971.
17.a.3. 1910s to 1940s [Rama VI to Rama VIII]

Mokarapong, Thawatt, History of the Thai Revolution, Bangkok, Chalermnit,1972.

Vella, W.F., Chaiyo!: King Vajravudh and the development of Thai Nationalism, Honolulu, University

of Hawaii Press, 1978.

17.a.4 1950s to present [Rama IX]

Anderson, B., ‘Withdrawal Symptoms: Social and Cultural Aspects of the October 6 Coup’, Bulletin

of Concerned Asian Scholars, 9, 3, July-September 1977.

Phongpaichit, Pasuk, ‘The Thai Middle Class and the Military: Social Perspectives in the Aftermath of

May 1992’, Thailand Update, RIAP,1992

Riggs, F., Thailand: The Modernization of a bureaucratic polity, Honolulu, East-West Centre Press,


Sivaraksa, S., Siam in Crisis, Bangkok, Thai Inter-Religious Commissionfor Development, 1990.

17.a.5 Thai history overall and general texts

Anderson, B., Imagined Communities, [rev.ed.], London, Verso, 1991.

............., ‘Studies of the Thai State: The State of Thai studies’, inAyal, Eliezer B., ed. The Study of

Thailand: Analyses of Knowledge, Approaches, and Prospects in Anthropology, Art History,

………., The Spectre of Comparisons… London, Verso, 1999

Economics, History and Political Science, Athens, Ohio, Center for International Studies, 1978.

Chula Chakrabongse, Prince, Lords of Life: The Paternal Monarchy of Bangkok 1782-1932, London,

Alvin Redman, 1960.

Felicitation Volumes of Southeast-Asian Studies presented to His Highness Prince Dhaninivat

Kromamum Bidyalabh Bridhyakorn, 2 vols., Bangkok, The Siam Society, 1965.

Heine-Geldern, R., Concepts of State and Kingship in Southeast Asia, Ithaca, Data Paper no.18, South

East Asia Program, Cornell University, 1956.

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