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Introduction Contemporary Southeast Asian Art
In the past decade, contemporary art has become one of art history's most urgent questions. The question has special urgency in light of art's globalisation, a phenomenon that might be usefullyExpand
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Connoisseurship and Its Potential in Matters of Copyright
Among the most persistent and difficult problems in the field of copyright law is determining whether copying has actually occurred. This article responds to this challenge by proposing that judgesExpand
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Orders of Law in the One Year Performances of Tehching Hsieh
  • Joan Kee
  • Sociology
  • American Art
  • 1 March 2016
In 1978, Tehching Hsieh began the first of his One Year Performances, in which he subjected himself to conditions of extreme deprivation or banality over the course of a single year. AccompanyingExpand
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The Curious Case of Contemporary Ink Painting
Among contemporary art's blind spots, few are as apparent as contemporary ink painting. Despite accounting for a considerable proportion of art making in East and Southeast Asia as duly reflected byExpand
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Art Chasing Law: The Case of Yoko Ono's Rape
Abstract In 1968, Yoko Ono and John Lennon directed Film No. 5 (Rape or Chase), a 77-minute-long color film based on Ono's Film No. 5 Rape (or Chase), a set of printed instructions directing readersExpand
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Claiming Sites of Independence: Articulating Hysteria in Pak Ch'ul-su's 301/302
The first fifteen minutes of Pak Ch’ŏl-su’s 301/302 (1995) is a veritable melange of stylized poses, lush surroundings, and glances ranging from coy to sullen.Amid an endless sequence ofExpand
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Artist's portfolio: Tsuruko Yamazaki
Felix Gonzales-Torres on Contracts
What Scale Affords Us: Sizing the World Up through Scale
In the 1990s, contemporary art's “global turn” was vividly demonstrated by artists whose works directly reflected upon their experiences of moving across vast geographical distances. Coinciding withExpand
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