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Re-Connecting: Selected Writings On Singapore Art And Art Criticism Essays by Liu Kang and Ho Ho Ying Sabapathy T. K.; Cheo Chai-Hiang (Eds.) Published by Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore 2005 Paper Back 127 pages Price: RM70.00

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In this book are some 30 essays by two of Singapore's most prominent art figures, Liu Kang (1911-2004) and Ho Ho Ying (1936-), both painters. Originally written in Chinese from 1949-1979, the writings are now available in English translation. The art criticisms and commentaries compiled in this volume not only reflect the mood and capture the key concerns about the arts scene of that era, their very existence dispels the myth that there is no critical writing on the arts in Singapore.
Sip! Indonesian Art Today Edited by Matthias Arndt Text by Matthias Arndt, Enin Supriyanto, Farah Wardani Published by DISTANZ Verlag 2013 152 pages, hardcover Price: RM160.00

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This publication highlights 16 artists belonging to 3 generations of practice who are actively shaping Indonesian's contemporary art scene.
Seni Rupa, Perubahan, Politik Published by Langgeng Art Foundation, Yogyakarta, Indonesia. 2009 LIMITED COPIES Price: RM40.00

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A monograph on FX Harsano, contemporary Indonesian visual artist.
Today & Tommorow : Emerging Practices in Malaysian Art Editors: Adeline Ooi, Beverly Yong and Rachel Ng Published by Adaptus Design System 2013 264 pages, softcover 1,750 gm Price: RM120.00

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This book provides a snapshot of a generation of emerging Malaysian artists whose works and projects have captured the attention of contemporary audiences and appear set to influence the shapes of things to come. Featured here are 27 artists, 8 active artists' collectives, and 7 key art projects and events. Text by : Adeline Ooi, Beverly Yong, Simon Soon, Suzy Sulaiman, Yap Sau Bin. Advisory Committee: Bayu Utomo Radjikin, Fairuz Sulaiman, Nur Hanim Khairuddin, Simon Soon, Suzy Sulaiman, Yap Sau Bin, RogueArt
Without Walls: A Tour of Philippine Paintings at the Turn of the Millennium Editor: Francis Francisco Co-editor: Maria Chittyrene C. Labiran With texts by: Isabel Ching, Lena Cobangbang, Joselina Cruz, Marc Gaba, Riel Hilario, Lisa Ito and Siddharta Perez Published by Winrum Publishing, Manila 2010 272 pages, hard cover, thread sewn binding Language: English Price: RM450.00

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"Without Walls" brings together the works of 73 Filipino artists. The book aims to be, “an exposition on representational painting featuring works by foremost Filipino artists active at the turn of the millennium.” Among those featured are Marcel Antonio, Andres Barrioquinto, Elmer Borlongan, Annie Cabigting, Charlie Co, Louie Cordero, Leslie de Chavez, Kawayan De Guia, Karen Ocampo Flores, Kiko Escora, Alfredo Esquillo Jr, Patricia Eustaquio, Emmanuel Garibay, Nona Garcia, Geraldine Javier, Mark Justiniani, Maya Munoz, Elaine Navas, Jayson Oliveria, Yasmin Sison, Rodel Tapaya and Ronald Ventura. This book is a must read for anyone who would like a tour of Philippine's contemporary painting scene, an invaluable guide to the artist’s work and a glimpse at his or her professional background.
30 Art Friends 2: Collecting Southeast Asian Art Quek Tse Kwang Jessica Anne Rahardjo Rachel Jena Lorna Kalaw Tirol Published by Quek Tse Kwang 2014 Hardcover, 304 pages. Price: RM250.00

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30 Art Friends 2: Collecting Southeast Asian Art is part two of the same title project that started in 2010. The publication includes 90 artworks selected from 30 art collectors based in Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines. The publication also contains photographs of personal art collection journeys, meetings and friendships with artists.
John Clark, Asian Modernities: Chinese And Thai Art Compared, 1980 To 1999. Author: John Clark, with forewords by Yin Shuangxi and Prof Dr Apinan Poshyananda Published by Power Publications (Power Institute Foundation for Arts and Culture) 2010 287 pages, soft-covered Language : English Price: RM350.00

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This is the first analysis that defines a space for Asian modernity without direct reference to Euramerica. Based on John Clark's extensive primary research using vernacular written and interview materials in Chinese and Thai, Asian Modernities also develops theoretical perspectives on genealogies of modernity, and the twin phenomena of globalisation and transnational artistic identity. This highly illustrated book combines institutional examination with a close attention to art works and to the way artists have positioned themselves through them at home and abroad.
Essays on Modern and Contemporary Vietnamese Art Edited by Sarah Lee (English) and Nguyen Nhu Huy (Vietnamese). Published by Singapore Art Museum, 2009 398 pages, soft cover. Language: English/Vietnamese OUT OF STOCK Price: RM120.00

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This collection is published for which, together with the exhibition Post Doi Moi: Vietnamese Art after 1990, was held as part of the National Heritage Board’s celebration of 35 years of diplomatic ties between Singapore and Vietnam. The symposium was the first of its kind with a concentration on modern and contemporary visual art of a Southeast Asian country, examining the developments that took place in Vietnam since the colonial period until the present. Symposium dates: 16 to 18 May 2008. Exhibition dates: 12 May to 28 September 2008.
Realism In Asia: Volume One Editor: Yeo Wei Wei With essays by : Patrick D. Flores, Kim Youngna, Kwok Kian Chow, Tsutomu Mizusawa, Seng Yu Jin, Jim Supangkat. Published by The National Art Gallery, Singapore. 2010 88 pages, soft cover Language : English Price: RM110.00

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These 6 essays with 34 colour plates are published to complement the 2010 Singapore/Korea exhibition, Realism in Art. Six specialists explore the ways in which the works of Realist artists have related to theories and issues of colonialism, world and civil war, nation-building, religions, and contemporary culture.
Behind The Camera - Personal Recollections of Contemporary Singapore Cinema Edited by Wahyuni A. Hadi With essays by Boo Junfeng, Chai Yeewei, Djinn, Glen Goei, Colin Goh & Woo Yen Yen, Wahyuni A Hadi, Han Yew Kwang, Lesley Ho, Ho Tzu Nyen, Eric Khoo, Lee Thean-jeen, Lim Kay Tong, Jack Neo, Jasmine Ng, Adrian Pang, Tan Pin Pin, Royston Tan, Kelvin Tong, Wee Li Lin, Daniel Yun Published by Objectifs Centre for Photography and Films 2013 163 pages, softcover Price: RM75.00

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Behind the Camera provides a snapshot of the contemporary Singapore film industry through the personal stories and photos of filmmakers, festival directors, actors and producers.
WORKING Editorial: Adeline Ooi, Ahmad Zakii Anwar, Beverly Yong, Jalaini Abu Hassan Photography: Tara Sosrowardoyo, Ahmad Zakii Anwar and others Interviews by: Adeline Ooi, Beverly Yong, Chai Chang Hwang, Nur Hanim Khairuddin Published by RogueArt, Kuala Lumpur 2010 Designed by: Pillar Graphics 278 pages, hard-cover, wire-o binding, box-sleeve Language: English Price: RM250.00

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This first RogueArt publication explores the different ways in which artists create. WORKING focuses on the processes of making art through a series of photographs and interviews with ten leading Malaysian artists about their creative processes and their relationship with their working environment. With terrific photographic portraits by Tara Sosrowardoyo, this big and beautiful book was self-funded by the participating artists: Ahmad Fuad Osman, Ahmad Shukri Mohamed, Ahmad Zakii Anwar, Chong Siew Ying, Hamir Soib, Jalaini Abu Hassan, Kow Leong Kiang, Raja Shahriman, Ramlan Abdullah and Yee I-Lann.
Narratives in Malaysian Art, Volume 2: Reactions – New Critical Strategies Edited by Beverly Yong and Nur Hanim Khairuddin, with T.K. Sabapathy Published by RogueArt 2013 Soft cover, A5 size, 404 pages (includes 52 pages of colour plates) Price: RM40.00

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Narratives in Malaysian Art Volume 2: Reactions – New Critical Strategies looks at the ways in which Malaysian artists have responded to socio-political events that have taken place in Malaysia, and also at the changing approaches and attitudes in art-making over the past 45 years. Featuring leading critical voices in Malaysian art from the 70s to the 90s, to those of a younger generation of artists, writers and researchers, this volume captures something of the underlying urgency and passion that have informed the development of contemporary Malaysian art and artistic practice. Contained within this volume are polemical tracts by artists and art groups, existing and newly commissioned essays, as well as interviews with artists, and excerpts from seminal exhibition texts.The volume is also illustrated with black-and-white and colour documentation of over 100 art works and events.
30 Art Friends: Appreciating Southeast Asian Art Editorial: TK Quek, Lindy Poh, Beverly Yong & Adeline Ooi With essays by: Patrick D. Flores, TK Quek Published by Quek Tse Kwang, Singapore 2010 (Proceeds to be donated to art development in Singapore & Malaysia) Designed by: Pillar Graphics 246 pages, hardcover Language: English Price: RM220.00

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30 collectors from Singapore and Malaysia get together to share their experiences acquiring and living with art, each telling the story behind three favourite art pieces. A fascinating peek into the world of private collecting and its motivations, spanning a range of some of the most sought-after artists in the regional market. We particularly enjoyed the introductory essay by Patrick Flores, "The Burden of Keeping". Initiated by Singaporean TK Quek, and self-funded by the collectors themselves, profits from the sale of this harcover coffee-table book will be donated to art education development in Singapore and Malaysia.
Contemporary Art in Singapore Authors: Gunalan Nadarajah, Russell Storer and Eugene Tan Published by Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore 2007 Paper Back 180 pages Price: RM95.00

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This book provides an introduction to contemporary art in Singapore. Provides informative and concise overview of current Singaporean artistic practice and profiles some of the key Singaporean artists across the generations who are active in the current contemporary scene. Artists include: Heman Chong, Amanda Heng, Jeremy Hiah, Ho Tzu Nyen, Salleh Japar, Zai Kuning, Jane Lee, Lee Wen, Vincent Leow, Matthew Ngui, Donna Ong, Milenko Prvacki, Jeremy Sharma, The Artists Village, Suzann Victor, Ian Woo, Juliana Yasin, Ye Shufang and many more.
Irene Lim, Sketches in the Straits: Nineteenth-century watercolours and manuscript of Singapore, Malacca, Penang and Batavia by Charles Dyce Author: Irene Lim, with forewords by N Varaprasad and Angela S.H. Sim Editor: Shan Wolody Published by NUS Museum, Singapore 2003 Designers: Tan Seok Lui and Nelani Inadasa Designed and produced by: Editions Didier Millet 128 pages, hardcover Language: English (OUT OF STOCK) Price: RM160.00

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A generous and attractive hardcover volume documenting a unique mid-nineteenth century cache of watercolour paintings and manuscript pages by traveller-artist Charles Dyce, in the collection of NUS Museums.
Intersecting Histories. Contemporary Turns in Southeast Asian Art Editor: T.K. Sabapathy Essays by T.K. Sabapathy, Yvonne Low, Seng Yu Jin, Aminudin TH Siregar and Adele Tan. Published by School of Art, Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 2012 Paper Back 206 pages Price: RM225.00

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This exhibition catalogue was published in conjunction with the Grand Opening exhibition held at the National University of Singapore's ADM Gallery, which showcased some of the most significant contemporary art works created by artists in Southeast Asia, from the 1970s until the present, and highlighted the distinctive moments, or turning points, in the emergence and development of contemporary art in the region.
Patrick D. Flores, Past Peripheral: Curation in Southeast Asia Author: Patrick D. Flores, with foreword by John Clark Published by NUS Museum, Singapore 2008 220 pages, softcover Language: English Price: RM110.00

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This book "traces the history of curation in Indonesia and Thailand, situating it within a broad framework of the emergence of contemporary art in Southeast Asia and the global interest in the art production of the region. It discusses the discourses and economies underlying this history by focusing on the practice of curators and probing it in the contexts of social agency and within the processes of art worlds., alongside other creative ecologies, in which the curator of contemporary art gains relative independence."
Institution for the Future Biljana Ciric & Sally Lai (eds) Published by Chinese Art Centre 2012 176 pages, paperback Language: English OUT OF STOCK Price: RM50.00

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"An archive of ideas bringing together reflections by artists, curators and other cultural workers on what an institution for the future should and needs to look like." Contributions include drawings, critical texts, informal correspondence, found text, hypothetical proposals, interviews and diagrammatic explorations by Ade Darmawan (ruangrupa), Alistair Hudson (Grizedale Arts), Dmitry Vilensky (chto delat?), Dorothea von Hantelmann, Elaine W Ho, Gerald Raunig, Hans Ulrich Obrist, Hu Xiangqian, Ho Tzu Nyen, Jens Hoffmann, Joăo Ribas, Jun Yang, Keren Cytter, Liu Ding, Marina Abramović, Michael Lee, Monika Szewczyk, Nikita Cai, Richard Streitmatter-Tran, Roslisham Ismail aka Ise, Sam Bower (Green Museum), Seng Yujin, Third Belgrade, Tino Sehgal, Vandy Rattana and Yoko Ono.
Marc Bollansee and Enin Supriyanto, Indonesian Contemporary Art NOW Published by SNP Editions (SNP International Publications) 2007 176 pages, hardcover Language: English Price: RM270.00

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"This cutting edge book features 30 outstanding Indonesian artists covering a wide range of media including painting, drawing, installation, sculpture, performance, video and new-gen art objects." A mightily useful and very well-illustrated publication, for anyone trying to get a grasp of the busy and ebullient Indonesian contemporary art scene.
Reflect/Refract: Essays on Photography in Singapore Co-edited by Charmaine Toh & Cyril Wong With essays by Lee Weng Choy, Yeo Wei Wei, Bridget Tracy Tan, May Ee Wong, Justin Loke, Charmaine Toh, Louis Ho and Zaki Razak Published by Objectifs Centre for Photography and Films 2013 109 pages, paperback Price: RM50.00

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A compilation of essays on photography in Singapore with curated visual essays to highlight current themes in the photographic practices of Singaporean artists.
Masterpieces from the National Art Gallery of Malaysia Published by The National Art Gallery, Malaysia 2005 216 pages, hardcover Language : English Price: RM250.00

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An attractive coffee-table publication of highlights from the Malaysian National Art Gallery's great collection of Malaysian art, selected by the late great Redza Piyadasa, artist, critic, curator.
Tomorrow, Today: Contemporary Art From The Singapore Art Museum (2009-2011) Editors: Tan Boon Hui & Joyce Toh With texts by Silvia Chan, David Chew, Michelle Ho, Khairuddin Hori, Tan Siu Li, Jason Toh, Joyce Toh, Naomi Wang Zhenghui, Susie Wong Published by Singapore Art Museum 2012 440 pages, softcover Price: RM130.00

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Tomorrow, Today: Contemporary Art from the Singapore Art Museum (2009-2011) is an essential guide to SAM's contemporary art collection. The works featured were brought into the collection from 2009 to 2011, following SAM's transformation into a contemporary art museum. There are over 300 fully illustrated artworks, including significant and iconic pieces from emerging artists and senior art practitioners from the Southeast Asian region, as well as China, India and Japan. This guide is an accessible resource for all artists, curators, critics and writers and art lovers interested in the region and Asia's contemporary art scene.
Naratif Seni Rupa Malaysia, Jilid I: Menanggap Identiti Edited by Nur Hanim Khairuddin & Beverly Yong, with T.K. Sabapathy Published by RogueArt, Kuala Lumpur 2012 Bahasa Malaysia version A5 size paperback, 344 pages Price: RM35.00

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Naratif Seni Rupa Malaysia (Narratives in Malaysian Art) is a four-volume publication project, which attempts to gather knowledge and perspectives on the history, practice and infrastructure of visual art in Malaysia. Jilid I: Menanggap Identiti (Volume I: imagining identities) considers the intellectual, philosophical and thematic preoccupations that have shaped art practices in Malaysia since their beginnings, and how Malaysian artists have contributed to a picture of our experience, negotiating issues of modernity, tradition, nationhood, and identity.
Naratif Seni Rupa Malaysia, Jilid 2: Reaksi - Strategi Kritikal Baru Edited by Beverly Yong and Nur Hanim Khairuddin, with T.K. Sabapathy Published by RogueArt 2013 Soft cover, A5 size, 464 pages (includes 52 pages of colour plates) Price: RM40.00

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Naratif Seni Rupa Malaysia Jilid 2: Reaksi – Strategi Kritikal Baru menyorot bagaimana para artis Malaysia memberi respons dan tindakbalas ke atas peristiwa- peristiwa sosio-politik yang berlaku di Malaysia, dan juga terhadap pelbagai bentuk pendekatan dan sikap pengkaryaan seni yang berubah-ubah sepanjang 45 tahun yang lampau. Dengan menampilkan suara-suara yang kritikal dan penting dalam seni rupa Malaysia sejak dari 70-an sehingga 90-an, sampailah kepada suara-suara generasi artis, penulis dan pengkaji yang lebih muda, jilid ini sedikit sebanyak merakamkan segenap keterdesakan dan keghairahan yang telah mendasari dan mewarnai perkembangan seni rupa kontemporari serta praktis kesenian Malaysia. Jilid ini memuatkan penulisan-penulisan polemikal oleh beberapa artis dan kumpulan seni, esei-esei yang pernah diterbitkan dan yang baru dihasilkan khusus untuk penerbitan ini, teks-teks wawancara dengan beberapa artis, dan juga petikan- petikan daripada katalog-katalog pameran yang penting lagi besar pengaruhnya. Imej-imej hitam-putih dan berwarna yang mendokumentasi lebih daripada 100 buah karya dan peristiwa seni turut menghiasi jilid ini.
Narratives in Malaysian Art, Volume I: Imagining Identities Edited by Nur Hanim Khairuddin & Beverly Yong, with T.K. Sabapathy Published by RogueArt, Kuala Lumpur 2012 English version A5 size paperback, 380 pages, including 72 pages of colour plates Price: RM35.00

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Narratives in Malaysian Art is a four-volume publication project, which attempts to gather knowledge and perspectives on the history, practice and infrastructure of visual art in Malaysia. Volume I: imagining identities considers the intellectual, philosophical and thematic preoccupations that have shaped art practices in Malaysia since their beginnings, and how Malaysian artists have contributed to a picture of our experience, negotiating issues of modernity, tradition, nationhood, and identity.
HRH Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah : Pioneering Malaysian Photography 1923-1971 Raja Mohd Zainol Ihsan Shah Published by Raja Mohd Zainol Ihsan Shah 2013 Softcover, 88 pages Price: RM180.00

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Raja Mohd Zainol Ihsan Shah lived with his grandfather, HRH Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah, Sultan of Trengganu from the time he was born on 12 May 1960 until he was 19 years of age. He holds a Master of Science Degree in Business Management and was a Doctoral candidate in International Business until he decided to return home permanently in 1985. He is a keen observer of the Arts, being especially attracted to a range of genres ranging from Modernist Photography of the 1930-50's to Malaysian and European Modern Art (Lyrical Abstracts and Pop Art). He has dedicated himself to the care and study of his grandfather's photography archives - that includes original negatives, vintage prints, cameras and photographic laboratory equipment. As a boy, and well into his teens, he has shared many moments with his grandfather and witnessed him take and print many photographs. Since 1997, he has organised several exhibitions of the photographs and published catalogues of them, namely, HRH Sultan Ismail Postcard Album, Malaya Through His Eyes, and August 1957.
Indonesian Women Artists: The Curtain Opens Editors: Carla Bianpoen, Heather Waugh Writers: Carla Bianpoen, Farah Wardani, Wulan Dirgantoro Published by Yayasan Seni Rupa Indonesia 2007 280 pages, hardcover Language: English (TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK) Price: RM520.00

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An impressive volume highlighting the work of 34 contemporary women artists from Indonesia, with introductory articles on Indonesia's art history and the place - or absence - of women artists in accounts of the country's cultural development.
Thinking of Landscape: Paintings from the Yeap Lam Yang Collection Edited by Beverly Yong & Adeline Ooi, with essays by Low Sze Wee and Charles Merewether, and an interview with Yeap Lam Yang Published by Yeap Lam Yang 2014 Hardback, 33 x 29 cm, 192 pages Price: RM250.00

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This publication traces a collector's journey of over 25 years, bringing together a selection of 60 works by artists from Southeast Asia, China, Taiwan and Australia. It explores ways in which individual artists have drawn inspiration from the landscape subject, probing its formal, emotional and conceptual potential. Artists featured include: Arin Dwihartanto Sunaryo, Chen KeZhan, Chen Ping, Chua Ek Kay, Clifton Pugh, Debbie Ding, Heri Dono, Hong Ling, Hong Sek Chern, Imants Tillers, Ian Woo, John Olsen, Joshua Yeldham, Latiff Mohidin, Mao Xuhui, Michael Lee, Natee Utarit, Ni Youyu, Pacita Abad, Quenten Lee, Romulo Olazo, Shi Hu, Tan Swie Hian, Wang Tiande, Yunizar. Yu Peng
Modern And Contemporary Southeast Asian Art: An Anthology Editors: Nora A. Taylor, Boreth Ly Published by Cornell Southeast Asia Program Publications, USA. 2012 270 pages, paperback Language: English Price: RM210.00

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Scholars, critics, and curators offer their perspectives on Southeast Asian art and artists, aiming not to define the field but to illuminate its changing nature and its interactions with creative endeavors and histories originating elsewhere. Essays examine a range of new and modern work, from sculptures that invoke post-conflict trauma In Cambodia to Thai art installations that invite audience participation and thereby challenge traditional definitions of the "art object." In this way, the authors not only provide a lively study of regional art, but challenge and expand broad debates about international and transnational art.
Krishen Jit: An Uncommon Position Rowland, Kathy (Ed.) Published by Contemporary Asian Arts Centre, Singapore 2003 Paper Back 248 pages Price: RM95.00

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Malaysian scholar and dramatist Krishen Jit (b.1939) has been for more than 40 years a major influence in the world of South East Asia's drama and the arts. His activities and writings have ranged widely and this valuable volume brings together many elements of his achievement since the 1970s. The collection includes essays on the place of drama in contemporary theatre issues in Malaysia and Singapore, developments in dance and ideas and ideologies in relation to artistic achievement. With glossary, references and index.
Painters In Hanoi: An Ethnography Of Vietnamese Art Nora Taylor Published by NUS Press, Singapore. 2009 176 pages, paperback Language: English Price: RM170.00

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Drawing on interviews with artists, curators, art critics and others in Hanoi, Nora Taylor surveys the impact artists have had on intellectual life in Vietnam. It describes their education, the role of the government in their arts, the rise and fall of individual artists, their influence as active players in the politics of place and gender, the audience for their work, and how tourism and the international art market have influenced it. By presenting artists as individuals actively involved in national life, this book offers an innovative perspective on modern Vietnamese history. Paperback reissue.
Tanpa Tajuk: Cerita-Cerita Seni Rupa Tengku Sabri Ibrahim Published by Tinta Publishers 2009 Paperback 209 pages Price: RM25.00

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Dekad kebelakangan ini menyaksikan perkembangan seni rupa yang rancak di rantau Asia Tenggara, Australia dan Asia Timur. Artis Malaysia semakin ramai berkarya, berpameran dan berbincang mengenai seni dan budaya di peringkat antarabangsa. Sebahagian artis meneruskan gaya seni tradisional atau peribumi, lalu digubah kepada bentuk seni rupa moden. Ada juga artis yang mengambil pendekatan berkaitan dengan ugama, seperti Seni Islam. Buku ini memuatkan pengalaman penulis sebagai seorang artis dan peneliti perkembangan seni rupa di Malaysia. Catatan dan karya beliau meggambarkan pengeseran pemikiran dan kebudayaan di antara tradisional dan moden atau pencarian identiti dan globalisasi yang mempengaruhi seni rupa tanah air.
Contemporary Asian Art Melissa Chiu & Benjamin Genocchio 2010 256 pages, hardcover Language: English Price: RM275.00

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This authoritative, wide-ranging book surveys the contemporary art of Asia, examining key issues and themes: art's relationship to history and tradition, its engagement with politics, society and the state, its exploration of consumerism and popular culture, and its interplay with the urban environment... Artists range from established names to emerging practitioners, and over 237 sumptuous illustrations capture the full scope of their practice, from calligraphy, painting, sculpture and photography, to performance, installation, video and internet art.
The Treatment of the Local Landscape in Modern Malaysian Art, 1930-1981. Redza Piyadasa Published by National Art Muzeum (Muzium Seni Negara) 1981 Soft cover, 104 pages. Price: RM60.00

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Catalogue printed in conjunction of the exhibition of the same title. The exhibition was curated by Redza Piyadasa, focusing on the involvement of landscape in the modern Malaysian Art.