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Chinese Women Artists’ Global Presence, 1900-1937

Doris Sung This paper examines the art practices of Chinese women artists in the early twentieth century, a period in which notions of virtue, talent and women’s rights were drastically changed and redefined in Chinese ...

Participating, Resisting, and Creating Alternative Spaces in Modern Indonesian Art Markets

Astri Wright Approaching my topic’s active subjects in the roles of conversationalist, story-keeper and -amplifier, much of my research focuses on post-/modernist Indonesian female artists. Here, I investigate the relationship of a few select contemporary ...

Women as Painters and Painted: Between City and Country, Past and Present

Julia Andrews The importance of women in society has played an important role in the rhetoric and practice of reformers in modern China. Yet, despite the conspicuous role of women artists in China’s urban centers ...

The Gendering of Space: From Ruin Aesthetics to Urban Narratives

Shu-chin Tsui In China’s radical transformation from state-socialism to state-capitalism, the landscape of urban space has undergone startling changes. Development has generated a dialectic between destruction and construction, where interactions reflect demographical as well as ...

Missing in Action: Women Artists and Biennials

Chin-tao Wu “For years feminist artists have been sidelined, or even derided,” wrote the British journalist Viv Groskop, before adding: “but now, almost overnight, the art world can’t get enough of them.” Was this optimistic ...

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