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  1 MODERN AND CONTEMPORARY ASIAN ART: A Working Bibliography2011 VersionBy John Clark  With the help of Thomas Berghuis, Edan Corkill, Ann Proctor, Phoebe Scott, Gabrielle Ewington,Michael Fitzhenry, Katharine Grube, Lai Meilin , Rhiannon Paget, Martin Polkinghorne, HelenaPoropat, Clare Veal, Kedar Vishwanathan. Contributions from Sarena Abdullah, Ajioka Chiaki, Nataline Colonnello, Yashodhara Dalmia, David Elliott,Britta Erickson, Kikuchi Yôko, Kim Youngna, Olivier Krischer, Yvonne Low, Ahmad Mashadi, Saloni Mathur,Shen Kuiyi, Simon Soon, Helena Spanjaard, Nora Taylor, Alicia Volk, Gennifer Weisenfeld, Bert Winther-Tamaki, Tezuka Miwako, Tomii Reiko, Melanie Trede, Woo Jungah, Wu Hung.  Taninaka Yasunori, Ehon Fou, 1936, University of Sydney, UA1995.28.Department of Art History & Film Studies, R.C. Mills A26, University of Sydney, NSW 2006, Australia  2 INTRODUCTORY    NOTES:  Any bibliography of Modern and Contemporary Asian Art clearly needs an extensive awareness of the increasing literature in the vernacular languages necessary for research. Only a small proportion of this is ever likely to betranslated into European languages. However, many undergraduate and postgraduate students, and curatorialresearchers, who come to this field with no or little knowledge of the vernacular languages, at the outset require anintroductory guide to the material already available in English, French and German to begin. The bibliography srcinated as a teaching bibliography for different courses in Australia. It has in practice usually been updated every other year, depending on particular interests and available resources. It and is freely availableas a PDF file via the website of the Department of Art History and Film at:http://www.arts.usyd.edu.au/departs/arthistory/index.php?page=staff&id=johclark  If you wish to indicate notable additions please contact the author atslam.arthistoryenquiries@sydney.edu.auor atjohn.clark@sydney.edu.au It is desirable for speed and accuracy of updating if you could do so with a country-specific file of  additions    only  saved in the existing categories of the bibliography and in .doc format for PC, and only if the text mentioned isavailable via reasonable international circulation. Thematic or artist titles should be preceded by the name insquare brackets eg [Xu Bing], [Noumea] to facilitate A-Z sorting. At the minimum a title should be held in anational library which can be accessed by international document request facilities. Some countries have valuablematerial in English or French or German but in obscure academic journals. Some have extensive writings onmodern art which are nonetheless difficult to access abroad because of small-volume and / or selective coteriecirculation at home. If a text is both important and can be found by international document search, it should beincluded.Entry is by Country, Topic, and Artist. In some sections which give works on specific artists, authors follow thename of the work or artist. Artists who cross cultural boundaries are generally given under contemporary artsections by their culture of srcination, although there are no hard-and-fast rules for such affiliation, and somecategories of overseas artists have been generated where there is sufficient material. There has been no attempt torestrict the bibliography to books alone, but obviously it is not possible to include too many journal articles, book reviews, or notes on particular exhibitions. Catalogues are usually included if little other material is available on agiven artist or if they contain useful general essays. Since some works not dealing specifically with modern art alsorefer to its important proto-history in the 19th and early 20th centuries, they are also included here. In general, theart works referred to are after 1850. This bibliography seeks a balance between art historical quality, availability, and relevance. Thus some texts of inadequate analytical or art historical reference have also been brought in since for a number of art cultures thereis little other written work available in English. Many areas like modern history or writings on modern cultureincluding literature are included on an ad hoc basis where these are available and seem useful, especially in areas where I have worked. Further suggestions for inclusion of minimum materials in political and cultural history adjacent to the field are welcome. For users of this bibliography in Australia:  Works given are mostly those available in Australia and chiefly at the Australian National University Library,National Library of Australia, The Canberra School of Art Library, University of Sydney Fisher Research andSchaeffer Fine Arts Libraries and private sources in Canberra and Sydney. Australia has a very efficient and rapidinter-library loan service and there are significant holdings at other universities, state libraries, and state art gallery libraries. National holdings should be checked through the Libraries Australia website.In the Sydney area, after holdings of the University of Sydney Fisher Research and Schaeffer Fine Arts Libraries,the best source is the Art Gallery of New South Wales library which may be used for reference during weekdays.  3 Fisher Research Library East Asian Collection is the fortunate recipient of an important ongoing donation of usually bilingual Japanese art catalogues via the National Art Center in Tokyo. It also benefits from purchases of materials on art in chiefly Chinese and Japanese under the Morrissey Bequest and some archaeological materialsunder the gift of Dr S. T. Lee. Details of these holdings may be accessed off-campus by the library’s English on-line catalogue, as well as by CJK terminals if one is available in your library for full details. The catalogues arealmost all in Japanese but frequently include many plate titles and essays in English or other European languages. There are also quite extensive holdings of books on Asian Art at the State Library of New South Wales, andespecially of pre-Second World War books on India, including important runs of early Indian art journals.  Acknowledgements For their assistance in updating this bibliography at various times I am grateful to present and former Sydney students and others who have served as research assistants and collators shown on the title page. We are also grateful to many other international collaborators for sending us their recent publications and detailsof work for inclusion. In Future  This is probably the last year the bibliography can be updated by my research collaborators and myself in Sydney and I remain grateful for all their help. I welcome suggestions for how the bibliography may continue to beupdated in future. John Clark, August-September 2011  4CONTENTS Please note that pagination given below may slightly   vary with printer settingsCONTENTS...............................................................................................................................................................................4GENERAL WORKS ON ASIAPACIFIC AS A REGION...........................................................................................12 A SIAN -W  IDE S URVEYS .............................................................................................................................................................12M USEUMS ,    A RT C ENTERS AND OTHER   A RT I NSTITUTIONS 1990 S ....................................................................................13 A SIA -W  IDE N EW   A RT P RACTICES AND N EW  M EDIA .........................................................................................................15NORTHEAST ASIA..............................................................................................................................................................17CHINA-GENERAL...............................................................................................................................................................17B IBLIOGRAPHICAL N OTE ........................................................................................................................................................17G ENERAL P ROBLEMS OF M ODERNITY AND  A RT ................................................................................................................17 T EXTS AND S OME  T ERMS IN C HINESE :.................................................................................................................................20C HINESE  A RT BEFORE THE  T  WENTIETH C ENTURY  (  SELECTED TEXTS  )..........................................................................21E  ARLY  C ONTACTS WITH E UROPEAN  A RT ............................................................................................................................21C HINACOAST AND  T RADE P  AINTINGS ..................................................................................................................................23P HOTOGRAPHY IN C HINA .......................................................................................................................................................24P ERFORMANCE IN C HINA 1980 S -1990 S AND AFTER  ...........................................................................................................25MAILAND CHINA, 1911-PRESENT................................................................................................................................26I NDIVIDUAL  A RTISTS ...............................................................................................................................................................26C OLLECTED  A RTIST I NTERVIEWS ..........................................................................................................................................51N EO -  TRADITIONAL P  AINTING [  GUOHUA  ]............................................................................................................................51L  ATE Q ING TO R  EPUBLICAN C HINA BEFORE 1949.............................................................................................................52C ULTURE C ONTACT IN N ORTHEAST C HINA AND M  ANCHURIA .......................................................................................53 W   ARTIME P ERIOD AND  Y   AN ’  AN B  ASE  A REAS .....................................................................................................................541949-1966..................................................................................................................................................................................54S ELECTED C OMPARATIVE  T EXTS ON S OCIALIST R  EALISM ................................................................................................541966-1976..................................................................................................................................................................................551976-1989..................................................................................................................................................................................561989-2000..................................................................................................................................................................................582000+.........................................................................................................................................................................................62R  ECENT I NK  P  AINTING [  SEE ALSO BY ARTIST NAME  ].........................................................................................................68N EW   A RT P RACTICES AND N EW  M EDIA [  SEE ALSO UNDER  P HOTOGRAPHY  ,   P ERFORMANCE  ]...................................69S ELECTED E XHIBITIONS IN C HINA -   1990 S -P RESENT ........................................................................................................69S ELECTED E XHIBITIONS OUTSIDE C HINA ............................................................................................................................72 A RT I NSTITUTIONS  –    C HINA (  ENTRIES AFTER  2005)..........................................................................................................75C HINESE G RAPHIC  A RT SINCE THE L  ATE 19  TH C ENTURY TO 1949................................................................................76C HINESE G RAPHIC  A RT AFTER  1949.....................................................................................................................................77S ELECTED WORKS ON M ODERN C HINESE I NTELLECTUAL AND P OLITICAL H ISTORY AFTER  1949...........................80 W  OMEN ,   G ENDER AND  A RT ..................................................................................................................................................83S HANGHAI :   C ITY  ,    A RT ,    A RCHITECTURE AND  V  ISUAL C ULTURE ......................................................................................84 W  EB R  ESOURCES ......................................................................................................................................................................85CHINA-HONG KONG AND MACAO...........................................................................................................................86G ENERAL ...................................................................................................................................................................................86I NDIVIDUAL  A RTISTS ...............................................................................................................................................................88H ONG K  ONG I NK  P  AINTING .................................................................................................................................................90O IL P  AINTING ,   P RINTS AND R  ELATED M IXED M EDIA ......................................................................................................91S CULPTURE AND C ERAMICS ....................................................................................................................................................91 A RT IN H ONG K  ONG IN THE 1990 S ......................................................................................................................................91C ONTEMPORARY   A RT S INCE 2000.........................................................................................................................................91H ONG K  ONG P HOTOGRAPHY  ................................................................................................................................................93  5 CHINA-TIBET........................................................................................................................................................................93G ENERAL  W  ORKS .....................................................................................................................................................................93I NDIVIDUAL  A RTISTS ...............................................................................................................................................................93CHINA-TAIWAN/REPUBLIC OF CHINA....................................................................................................................93I NDIVIDUAL  A RTISTS ...............................................................................................................................................................93 J  APANESE C OLONIAL P ERIOD ................................................................................................................................................97G ENERAL  W  ORKS ,   1950 S -1970 S .............................................................................................................................................971970 S -1980 S ...............................................................................................................................................................................981990 S 982000+.........................................................................................................................................................................................99 T  AIWAN P HOTOGRAPHY  .......................................................................................................................................................101P OLITICS ,   I DENTITY AND N  ATIONALISM ...........................................................................................................................101P OLITICAL AND I NTELLECTUAL H ISTORY OF  T  AIWAN ....................................................................................................101E CONOMY AND P OLITICS OF  T  AIWAN ................................................................................................................................102F ILM  T  AIWAN [E NTRIES FROM 2005]..................................................................................................................................102CHINA-OVERSEAS............................................................................................................................................................102G ENERAL  W  ORKS ...................................................................................................................................................................102 JAPAN.....................................................................................................................................................................................104G ENERAL  W  ORKS ...................................................................................................................................................................104I NDIVIDUAL  A RTISTS .............................................................................................................................................................106E UROPEANS IN M EIJI  J  APAN .................................................................................................................................................115 J  APONISME AND C ROSS -C ULTURAL D IALOGUE ................................................................................................................117P HOTOGRAPHY  .......................................................................................................................................................................119M EIJI  A RT AND I NTERACTION WITH THE  W  EST ................................................................................................................122N IHONGA :   P  AINTING IN ‘T RADITIONAL ’    J  APANESE S  TYLE SINCE M EIJI ......................................................................124P RINTS SINCE M EIJI ................................................................................................................................................................126 A RT 1910 S TO 1930 S ...............................................................................................................................................................127 W   AR  :   1930 S -1940 S ..................................................................................................................................................................129 A RT SINCE 1945,   I N G ENERAL .............................................................................................................................................1301945 TO MID -1960 S .................................................................................................................................................................131L  ATE 1960 S TO 1980 S .............................................................................................................................................................1321990 S ........................................................................................................................................................................................1332000+.......................................................................................................................................................................................134N EW  M EDIA ............................................................................................................................................................................136C RAFTS AND M ODERN D ESIGN ...........................................................................................................................................136P OPULAR  C ULTURE I NCLUDING  A DVERTISING AND C INEMA ........................................................................................138P OPULAR   V  ISUAL C ULTURE -   I NCLUDING C OMICS ...........................................................................................................140D OMESTIC  A RCHITECTURE AND L  ANDSCAPE D ESIGN ....................................................................................................142 J  APANESE C ITIES [A LL P ERIODS  ].........................................................................................................................................144G ENERAL  T EXTS ON M ODERN  A RCHITECTURE ...............................................................................................................145M EIJI  A RCHITECTURE ............................................................................................................................................................1461920 S -1940 S  A RCHITECTURE ................................................................................................................................................146 A RCHITECTURE SINCE 1945   [   A LARGE FIELD , WORTHY OF A SEPARATE BIBLIOGRAPHY  , MANY   J  APANESE TEXTS AREBILINGUAL  ]..................................................................................................................................................................146 A RCHITECTURE AND D ESIGN ...............................................................................................................................................152 A RCHITECTURAL B IBLIOGRAPHIES ......................................................................................................................................152S CIENCE ,    T ECHNOLOGY  ,   &    T HEIR  R  EPRESENTATION ....................................................................................................154S ELECTED  T EXTS ON M ODERN  J  APANESE C ULTURAL AND I NTELLECTUAL H ISTORY  ...............................................154M ODERN  J  APANESE  T HOUGHT ............................................................................................................................................156G ENERAL  T EXTS ON  A ESTHETICS .......................................................................................................................................156O KAKURA K   AKUZÔ [T ENSHIN  ]...........................................................................................................................................157
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