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Tag Archives: review
MoMA Chinese contemporary art book refreshing – Taipei Times review
Posted on Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011
The Taipei Times reviews MoMA NY’s latest publication on Chinese Contemporary art, labelling it “serenely astute, clear-headed and sane.”
Rubin Museum breaks tradition to show the first Tibetan art show in New York – New York Times
Posted on Thursday, September 16th, 2010
TIBETAN CONTEMPORARY ART NEW YORK MUSEUM SHOWS Until October 18, Rubin Museum, usually New York’s home for traditional art of the Himalayas, will run the first Tibetan contemporary art show in the city. Titled “Tradition Transformed: Tibetan Artists Respond“, this … Continue reading
A perspective on Viewpoints and Viewing Points – 2009 Asian Art Biennale
Posted on Wednesday, January 27th, 2010
Writer for Art Radar Asia reflects on the exhibition Kate Nicholson, a Taiwan-based contributor to Art Radar, writes about her favourite picks from Viewpoints and Viewing Points , the 2009 Asian Art Biennale exhibition, currently on show at the National Taiwan … Continue reading