Art of modern asia a bibliography

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Lysa, Hong, ‘Warasan Setthasat Kanmu'uang Critical scholarship in post-1976 Thailand’, in

Chitakasem & Turton, section j. below.

Phumisak, Jit, tr. Reynolds, C., Thai radical discourse: the real face of Thai feudalism, Ithaca, Cornell

University Press, 1987

Reynolds, C. ed. National Identity and its Defenders: Thailand 1939-89, Melbourne, Monash

University Centre for SE Asian Studies, 1991.

..........., ‘A challenge to royal historical writing in late nineteenth century Thailand’, Journal of the

Siam Society vol.61, part 2, July 1973.

.........., Lysa, Hong, ‘Marxism in Thai historical studies’, Journal of Asian Studies, vol.53, no.1,

November 1983.

Terwiel, B.J., A History of Modern Thailand, 1767-1942, St. Lucia, University of Queensland Press,


Wood, W.A.R., A History of Siam from the earliest times to the year A.D. 1781, with a supplement

dealing with more recent events, Bangkok, 1924 & London, T.Fisher Unwin, 1926

Wyatt, D.K., Thailand: a short history, New Haven, Yale University Press, 1984.

............, Studies in Thai History, Bangkok, Silkworm Books, 1994.
17.b. Politics and Society

Basham, R., Political Authority in Thailand, University of Sydney, RIAP Occasional Paper no.20,


Brummelhuis, H. ten, Kemp, J.K., eds., Strategies and Structures in Thai Society, Amsterdam,

Antropologisch-Sociologisch Centrum, 1984

Brummelhuis, H. ten, ‘Abundance and avoidance: an interpretation of Thai individualism’, in

Brummelhuis & Kemp above.

Embree, J.F., ‘Thailand - a loosely structured social system’, American Anthropologist, vol.52, 1950.

Hanks, L.M., ‘Merit and power in the Thai social order’, American Anthropologist, vol.64, 1962.

..........., The Thai Social Order as Entourage and Circle' in Skinner &

Kirsch, below.

Ishii, Y., ‘Church and State in Thailand’, Asian Survey, vol. VII, no.10, October 1968.

Moore, Frank, J., Thailand, New Haven, HRAF Press, 1974.

Mulder, N., Inside Thai Society: an interpretation of everyday life,Bangkok, Duang Kamol, 1979,

reprint 1990.

Mulder, N., Inside Southeat Asia: Thai, Javanese and Filipino interpretations of everyday life,

Bangkok, Duang Kamol, 1992.

Phillips, H., ‘The Culture of Siamese Intellectuals’, in Skinner & Kirsch, below.

Skinner, G.W., Kirsch, A.T., eds., Change and Persistence in Thai Society, Ithaca, Cornell University

Press, 1975.

Terwiel, B.J., ‘Formal structures and informal rules: an historical perspective on hierarchy, bondage

and the patron-client relationship' in Brummelhuis and Kemp above.

Vaddhanaputi, C., ‘Cultural Dependency in Thai Society: Problems and Prospectives’, New Asian

Views, vol.3, no.2, United Nations University.
17.c.1 General texts on Pre-Modern Thai Art

Bowie, T., ed. [essays by Griswold, Lyons, Subhadradis Diskul], The Arts of Thailand: A Handbook of

the Architecture, Sculpture and Painting of Thailand (Siam), Bloomington, Indiana University Press,


Chang, M.C. and Yimsiri, Khien, IThai Monumental Bronzes, Bangkok, The Authors, B.E. 2500


Fickle, D.H., Images of the Buddha in Thailand, Singapore, Oxford University Press, 1989.

Fourneau, L., Le Siam Ancien, Paris, Annales du Musée Guimet, tome trent-unième, deuxème partie,


Gosling, B., Sukhothai: Its History, Culture and Art, Singapore, Oxford University Press, 1991.

Griswold, A.B., Towards a History of Sukhodaya Art, Bangkok, The National Museum, 1967.

..............,’A note regarding two European statues in the Bangkok Museum’, Journal of the Siam

Society, vol.66, part 2, July 1978.

.............., ‘The Rishis of Wat Po’, in Felcitation Volumes, 1965, see 16.a.5.

Jermsawatdi, Promsak, Thai Art with Indian Influences, New Delhi, Abhinav Publications, 1979.

Jumsai, Sumet, Naga: Cultural Origins in Siam and the Western pacific, Singapore, Oxford

University Press, 1989.

Le May, R., A Concise History of Buddhist Art in Siam, [1938] Tokyo, Tuttle, 1963.

Rajanuab, Prince Damrong, A History of Buddhist Monuments in Siam, Bangkok, The Siam Society,

1962 [second revised and annotated edition, 1973].

Soper, A.C., ‘Early Buddhist Attitudes towards the art of painting’, Art Bulletin, XXXII, 1950, pp.147-

151 [largely Mahayanist texts in China].

Stratton, C., McNair Scott, M., The Art of Sukhothai: Thailand's Golden Age, Singpore, Oxford

University Press, 1987.

Woodward, H.W.Jnr.,History of Art: Accomplishments and Opportunities, Hopes and Fears’, [a full

survey of the literature] in Ayal 1978, see Anderson above, section 16.a.5, for details.

17.c.2 Texts on Pre-Modern Thai Painting

Boisselier, J., Thai Painting, Tôkyô, Kôdansha International, 1976.

..............., ‘Les peintures murales de Wat Ko Keo Suttharam (Phetburi)’, in Felicitation Volumes, 1965,

see 16.a.5.

Ginsburg, H., Thai Manuscript Painting, London, The British Library, 1989.

Lyons, E., The Tosachât in Thai Painting, Bangkok, Fine Arts Department, 2nd.ed., B.E.2533 [1990].

........., Thai Traditional Painting, Bangkok, Fine Arts Department,2nd ed.,B.E.2533 [1990].

Rajadhon, Phya Anuman, Thet Mahâ Chât, Bangkok, Fine Arts Department,B.E.2533 [1990].

Ringis, R., Thai Temples and Temple Murals, Singapore, Oxford University Press, 1990.

Semitrang, Sone, ‘Symbolism and development of the Triworld and Universe Paintings with respect to Theravada Buddhism concept as shown on Thai wall mural paintings’, Proceedings of the 4th

International Conference on Thai Studies, 1990, Kunming, Insitute of SE Asian Studies, 1990.

Wenk, K., Thailändische Miniaturmalereien, Wiesbaden, Franz Steiner Verlag, 1965.

17.d. Art in the 19th and early 20th centuries

Brudiyakara, Prince Bidyalabh, Accounts of the Gilt Lacquer Screen in the Audience Hall of Dusit

displayed in the Museum of the Emerald Buddha Temple, Bangkok, Museum of Emerald Buddha

Temple, n.d.

Committee for the Rattanakosin Bicentennial Celebration, RattanakosinPainting, Bangkok, 1982.

Diskul, S.D., Rice, C.S., The Ramakian [Ramayana] Mural Paintings alongthe Galleries of the Temple

of the Emerald Buddha, Bangkok, Government Lottery Office, 1981.[bilingual]

Poshyananda, A., Western-Style Painting and Sculpture in the Royal Thai Court, 2 vols., Bangkok,

Amarin Printing Group, 1993 [review by Clark, J., Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.3, 1994].

Thongmitr, Wiyada, Khrua In Khong’s Westernized School of Thai Painting,Bangkok, Thai Cultural

Data Centre, 1979 [bilingual].
17.e. General works on neo-traditional art [including group catalogues]

Pawlin, A., Dhamma Vision, Bangkok, Visual Dhamma Gallery, 1984.

17.f.Works and catalogues of neo-traditional artists and sites [alphabetical

by artist forename]

Mural Paintings of Wat Buddhapadipa, Wat Buddhapadia Foundation ed., Bangkok, Amarin, 1987.

Thawan Duchanee, Fukuoka, Fukuoka Art Museum, 1990

The Buddhist Art of Thawan Ducahnee/ Wenk, K/ Zurich 1981 [ NLA ef741.9593 T368W]
17.g.Works and catalogues on modern artists [alphabetical by artist forename]

Chakrabhand Posayakrit:Thailand's Renaissance Man/ Intravutr, Tira,/ Bangkok, Nuang-Nuang

Books, 1985. [ANU-GGfn7323.s27]

Chatchai Puipia & Pinaree Sanpitak, Recent Works, Bangkok, National Gallery, 1991.

Damrong Wong Uparaj, exhibition of paintings of the Japan period, Bangkok, German Cultural

Institute, December 1987.

Ithipol Thangchalok, Bangkok, National Gallery, 1992

Kamin Lertchaiprasert, Bangkok, Visual Dhamma Gallery & Dialogue Gallery, 1991

Montien Boonma, Thai-iahT, Bangkok, National Gallery, 1990

Pinaree Sanpitak, Bangkok, Silom Art Space, 1991

Prasong Luemuang, Water Moon, Bangkok, Goethe Institut, 1990

..............., Diary of a Village, Bangkok, British Council, 1991

..............., Naam Thip - Pla Thong, Bangkok, Silom Art Space, 1991

Prasong Padmanuja-Retrospective/ Wong-Uparaj, Damrong, Bangkok, National Gallery, 1986 [NLA-


Sittichai Pratchayaratikun, Bangkok, Design Line Gallery, 1922.

Thaiwijit’s Party Coloured/ Bangkok, Bhirarsi Institute of Modern Art, December, 1987.

Vasan Sitthiket, Bangkok, National Gallery, 1991.

Wipawee Boriboon, Bangkok, Dialogue Art Gallery, 1991.
17.h.Group catalogues

Art and Environment, Bangkok, Silpakorn University & Goethe Institut, 1991.

Art Exhibition by the members of the Faculty of Painting, Sculpture and Graphic Arts, Bangkok,

Silpakorn University [6th], 1989, [7th] 1990, [8th] 1991

Change and Modernism in Thai Art, Canberra, Contemporary Art Space, 1991

Eight Visions in Thai Contemporary Drawing, Bangkok, Dialogue Gallery, 1991

Hoskin, J., Ten Contemporary Thai Artists, Bangkok, Graphis, 1984

Leesuwan, V., An Exhibition of Thai Art in the People’s Republic of China Beijing, Centre of Fine

Arts, 1985 [some modern works illustrated]

Thai-Australian Cultural Space, Sydney, Art Gallery of New South Wales, 1994.

Third Thai Art ‘80, Bangkok, Bhirarsi Institute of Modern Art, 1980

The New Path, Bangkok, Con-tempus 1992.

White Group 4th Contemporary Water Colour Exhibition/ Bangkok, National Gallery, March 1985.
17.j.2 General works on modern Thai art

Bhirasri, S. [Thai name of Ferroci, Corrado], Contemporary Art in Thailand, Bangkok, Fine Arts

Department, B.E. 2532 [1989]

Krairiksh P., Thai Reflections on American Experiences, Bangkok, Bhirasri Institute of Modern Art,


............, & Thongchua, P., Art in Thailand since 1932, Bangkok, Thamasat University, Thai Khadi

Research Institute, 1982. [NLA-AC]

Michaelsen, H., Die Entwicklung und die Konsequenzen der westlichen Einflüsse auf die

zeitgenössische thailändische Malerie, Magisterarbeit, Ruhr Universität-Bochum, 1987.

............., ‘Thailand in the 1980s’, Art Monthly Australia, no.41,June 1991.

............, ‘State Building and Thai Painting and Sculpture in the 1930s and 1940s’, in Modernity in

Asian Art, 1993.

Pawlin, A., ‘Reaching beyond Tradition’, Asian Art News, 1, no.3, Nov/Dec 1991.

Phillips, H., The Integrative Art of Modern Thailand, Berkeley, Lowie Museum of Anthropology and

California University Press, 1992. [Review by Murray, S.E., Asian Art News, 2, no.2 Mar/ Apr


Poshyananda, Apinan, Modern Art in Thailand, Singapore, Oxford University Press, 1992

.........., ‘Thai MODERNism to (post?) modernISM, 1970s and 1980s (Seeing "Yellow" from a Thai perspective)’, in Modernity in Asian Art, 1993

Smithies, M., ‘The Bangkok Art Scene in the Early 1960s: A personal souvenir’, Journal of the Siam

Society, vol.66, July 1978.

Wong-Uparaj, Damrong, Professor Silpa Bhirasri, 1978 [NLA-AC]

17.j.2. Thai Art in the 1990s

Apisuk, Chumpon, ‘At Concrete House..’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.2, no.3, 1995

Brecelic, Thomas, 'The Master of Connections', [Kamol Tassananchalee], Asian Art News 9:3 1999

Brown, Glen, R., ‘Practical Spirutalism’ [Kanya Chareonsupkul], Asian Art News, vol.5, no.6,

Nov/Dec 1995.

Chanjaraen, Chanyaporn, ‘Chiang Mai Art Festival’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.4, 1994.

Clark, John’, ‘Decoration and distance: The work of Damrong Wong-Upparaj’, Art & Asia Pacific,

vol.2, no.3, 1995.

Datuin, Flaudette May V., ‘ The Goddess and the Mural Painter: Phaptawan Suwannakudt’s

murals’, ART AsiaPacific, no.14, 1997

Fink, Hannah. ‘Rythmic Air: The Fine Art of Savanhdary Vongpoothorn.’ Art Asia Pacific 24:1999

Gampell, Jennifer, ‘Desperately seeking Chatchai’, [Puipia] Art & Asia Pacific, vol.2, no.3, 1995.

....................., ‘Sale Time, Spaceless Art in Bangkok’, Art & Asia-Pacific, vol.3, no.1, 1996.

Giakoumi, Dionissia. ‘Body and Soul: Pinaree Sanpitak’s art of life.’ Art AsiaPacific issue 21 1999

Hoskin, John, ‘A Question of attitude’, Chalremchai Kositpipat, Panya Vijinthanasarn’, Art & Asia

Pacific, vol.2, no.3, 1995.

Jakapan Vilasineekul, Mountain and Sea, Bangkok, Chulaongkorn University Art Centre, 1997

[Review: Pettifor, Art AsiaPacific,no.18, 1998.]

Johnson, David. ‘Chiang Mai Changes: Thailand’s celebrated installation Festival.’ Asia-Pacific

Sculpture News 2:2 Spring 1996

Kirker, Anne. ‘The Performance of Printmaking: Three Thai Artists.’ Art Asia Pacific 24:1999

Knithichan, Khetsirin, ‘City of Hell’ [Manit Sriwanichpoom], ART AsiaPacific, no.13, 1997.

Panya Vijinthanasarn at Tadu Contemporary Art, [review: Clark, Asian Art News, vol. 8, no.2,

March/April 1998]

Pettifor, Steven ‘Defender of Tradition.’ Asian Art News 9:5 September/October 1999 [Mitree


Poshyananda, Apinan, ‘Behind Thai Smiles: Three Contemporary Thai Artists’, Art & Asia Pacific,

no.1, supplement to Art & Australia, March 1993.

, ‘Smile-a-while campaigns for cultural correctness’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.2,

no.3, 1995.

..........................., ‘Arya Rasdjarmrearnsook’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.2, no.3, 1995

Preece, Robert, ‘Doin’ it for themselves’ [Thai women artists] Asian Art News, vol.7, no.6, November-

December 1997.

Preece, Robert and Gaweewong, Gridthiya. ‘An Interview with Chatchai Puipia.’ Art AsiaPacific issue

22 1999

Rodboon, Somporn, ‘Thai Contemporary Installation’, Art Monthly Australia, no.72, August 1994.

Rooney, Sarah, ‘The agony and the ego’, [Vasan Sitthiket], Art & Asia Pacific, vol.2, no.3, 1995.

West, Andrew. ‘Saravudth Duangjumpa: A Contemporary Thai Artist.’ TASSA Review, 7:3 1998

Wongchirachai, Albert Paravi, ‘ Montien Boonma’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.2, no.3, 1995

17.i.Works on Modern Thai Literature in English

Anderson, B., Mendiones, Ruchira, In the mirror: Literature and Politics in Siam in the American Era,

Duang Kamol, Bangkok, 1985, (the long foreword contains an accessible review of the problems of

Americanization in culture and politics in the 1960s and 1970s).

Barmé, S., Kulap in Oz: A Thai View of Australian Life and Scoiety in the late 1940s [includes

translation of Siburapha’s Until we meet again, Clayon, Monash Asia Insitute, 1995.

Botan, Letters from Thailand, tr. Fulop, Bangkok, Duang Kamol, 1991.

Chitakasem, M., ‘Poetic Conventions and Modern Thai poetry’, in Chitakasem & Turton, section j


Kriengkraipetch, Suvann, Smith, L.E., Value Conflicts in Thai Society: Agonies of change seen in

short stories, Bangkok, Social Research Institute, Chulalongkorn University, 1992.

Mulder, N., ‘Individual and society in modern Thai literature’, in Brummelhuis & Kemp, Section b


Phillips, H., ed. and tr., Modern Thai Literature - with an ethnographic interpretation, Honolulu,

University of Hawaii Press, 1987.

Reynolds, C.J., ‘Tycoons and warlords: Modern Thai social formations and Chinese Historical

Romance’, draft of paper for Cushman Memorial Volume 1992.

Rutnin, Mattani Mojdara, Modern Thai Literature, Bangkok, Thammasat University Press, 1976, 1988.

......................., ‘Modern Thai Literature: the process of modernization and the transformation of

values’, East Asian Cultural Studies, 17: 1-4, 1978.

Senanan, Wibha, The Genesis of the Novel in Thailand, Bangkok, Thai Watana Panich, 1975.

Siburapha, Behind the painting and other stories, Singapore, Oxford University Press, 1990.

Smyth, D., ‘Siburapha’, in Chitakasem & Turton section j below.
17.j. Religion and Intellectual History

Barmé, S., Luang Wichit Wathakan and the creation of a Thai identity, Singapore, Institute of

Southeast Asian Studies, 1993.

Chitakasem, Manas & Turton A., Thai Constructions of Knowledge, London, School of Oriental and

African Studies, 1991.

Dhani Nivat, Prince, ‘The Old Siamese Conception of the Monarchy’, Journal of the Siam Society, vol.

XXXVI, pt.2.

Griswold, A.B., Na Nagara, Prasert, Epigraphic and Historical Studies, Bangkok, The Historical

Society, 1992.

Jackson, P., Buddhist Legitimacy and Conflict, Singapore, Institute forS.E.Asian Studies,

Le May, R., An Asian Arcady, Cambridge, Heffer, 1926 [see Chapters VI & VII].

Nimmanahaeminda, Kraisri, ‘An inscribed silver-plate grant of the Lawa of Boh Luang’, in

Felicitation Volumes, 1965, see 16.a.5.

Quaritch Wales, H.G., Siamese State Ceremonies, Their History and Function, London, Bernard

Quaritch, 1931.

Rajadhon, Phya Anuman, Life and Ritual in Old Siam [1948, 1949], tr. and ed. Gedney, W.J., New

Haven, HRAF Press, 1961.

Rajadhon, Phya Anuman, Essays on Thai Folklore, Bangkok, The Social Science Association of

Thailand, 1968.

Rajadhon, Phya Anuman, Popular Buddhism in Siam and other Essays on Thai Studies, Bangkok, Thai

Inter-Religious Commission for Development & Sathirakoses Nagapradipa Foundation, 1986.

Reynolds, C.J., The Buddhist Monkhood in Nineteenth Century Thailand, Ph.D. thesis., Cornell

University, 1972.

............, ‘Buddhist cosmography in Thai History, with special reference to nineteenth century culture

change’, Journal of Asian Studies, vol.35, no.2, February 1976.

Reynolds, F.E. & M.B., The Three Worlds according to King Ruang: A Thai Buddhist Cosmology, Berkeley, Berkeley Buddhist Series, no.4, 1982.

Schopen, G., ‘On monks, nuns and ‘vulgar ' practices: the introduction of the image cult into Indian

Buddhism’, Artibus Asiae, 1989.

Tambiah, S.J., Buddhism and the Spirit Cults in North-east Thailand, Cambridge, Cambridge

University Press, 1970.

..........., World Conqueror and World Renouncer: A study of Buddhism in and Polity in Thailand

against a historical background, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 1976.

..........., The Buddhist saints of the forest and the cult of amulets, Cambridge, Cambridge University

Press, 1984.

Terwiel, B.J., ‘A Model for the study of Thai Buddhism’, The Journal of Asian Studies, vol. 35, no.3,

May 1976.

..........., Monks and Magic, Bangkok, Scandinavian Institute of Asian Studies, Monograph no.24, 1975.

Wells, K.E., Thai Buddhism: Its rites and activities, [1939], Bangkok, Suriyabun Publishers, 1975.

Wright, M., ‘Sacrifice and the underworld: death and fertility in Siamese myth and ritual’, Journal of

the Siam Society, vol.78, part 1, 1990.
17.k. Film, T.V., and Modern Media

Cusripituck, Setaphorn et al., Communication Policies in Thailand: A Study Project, Bangkok,

UNESCO, 1985.

Hamilton, A., ‘The Unforgotten Kings: Icons and Modernity in Thailand' unpublished, 1992.

..........., ‘Family dramas; film and modernity in Thailand’, Screen,

vol.33, no.2, Autumn 1992.



18.a General works

Castaneda,D., Art in the Philippines, Quezon City, University of the Philippines, Dillman, 1964

[Spanish to Modern Periods]

Coseteng,A.M.L.,ed., Philippine Modern Art and Its Critics, Manila, UNESCO National Commission

of the Philippines,1972 [Anthology of Critical Reviews]

De Alaya,F.Z., Philippine Religious Imagery, Ateneo de Manila, 1983[Spanish Period,includes 19th


Duldulao,M.D., A Century of realism in Philippine art, Manila, Fine Arts Corp.c.1982

...........,Contemporary Philippine Art from the 50s to the 70s, Quezon City, Vera-Reyes, 1972

...........,The Philippine Art Scene, Hong Kong, Toppan Printing Co., 1987.

Gatbonton, J.T., Javelosa, J.E., Roa, L.R.R., Art Philippines A History: 1521 to Present, Manila, The Crucible Workshop, 1992. [reviewed by Ewington, J., in Art Monthly Australia, 60, June 1993]

Guillermo, A.G. ‘A decade of fruition and renewal’, Art Monthly Australia, 41, June 1991.

Guilllermo,A.G., ‘The Eye is the Silent Witenss: Politcal art in the post Marcos Era’, Art & Asia

Pacific, vol.1, no.1, 1993.

Kalaw-Ledesma,P. The Struggle for Philippine Art, Manila, Purita Kalawa-Ledesma, 1974

Roces, M.P., Exchange Manila-Berlin, Berlin, RAAB Galerie, 1988

Sta Maria,Felice,ed., Reales Ordenes para establecimiento de las Escuela de Pintura y Academia de Bellas Artes en las Islas Filipinas, Madrid/Manila, 1848 [mimeo, ANU].

Smith,W.S.,ed., The Art of the Philippines,1521-1957, Manila, Associated Publishers, 1958.

‘Supplement: The Philippines’, Asian Art News, vol.3, no.5, Sept-Oct 1993.

Torres,E., 100 Years of Philippine Painting, Pasadena, Pacific Asia Museum, 1984.

Torres, E., ‘Internationality: Towards a New Internationalism’, Art & Asia Pacific, vol.1, no.1, 1993.

18.b The 1990s

Defoe, Ruben, D.F., ‘Heroism wears new hats’, Asian Art News, vol. 6, no.3, May / June 1996.

Labrador, Ann, ‘Locating David Medalla’, Art & Asia-Pacific, vol.3, no.1, 1966.

Guillermo, Alice, ‘The essence of form’,[Phlippines’ Sculpture], Asia-Pacific Sculpture News, vol.1, no.2, Spring 1995.

..................., 'Visions of the Millennium', Asian Art News 9:3 1999

Labarador, Anna, 'Weaving impressions: the Bontoc people of the Philippines', Art AsiaPacific,no.18,


Labrador, Ana, P., 'The projects of nationalism: celebrating the centenary in Philippines contemporary

art.' Humanities Research 2: 1999

Reyes, Cid,’A voice of passion’ [J. Elizalde Navarro], Asian Art News, vol. 6, no.3, May / June 1996

Flores, Patrick & Bromfield, David, ‘The perils of performance: Mike Parr in the Philippines’, Art &

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