Yishu - Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art
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Summer/June 2007
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Volume 6, Number 2, Summer/June 2007

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Everyday Miracles: Four Women Artists. The Chinese Pavilion at the 52nd Venice Biennale
by Hou Hanru
p. 8
Acting Out From Atopia: The Taiwan Pavilion at the 52nd Venice Biennale
by Hongjohn Lin
p. 14
On the Road to Venice, or, A Parrot Speaks to Me: The Hong Kong Pavilion at the 52nd Venice Biennale
by Norman Ford
p. 18
The Asia-Pacific Triennial
by Jo-Anne Birnie Danzker
p. 22
About Arrivals and Departures: New Perspectives on Hong Kong Art
by Howard Chan, Sally Lai, Yuen Fong Ling, Siu King-Chung
p. 42
Yes Again, And This Time It’s for Real: An Interview with Simon Groom and Karen Smith
by Nav Haq
p. 52
Uncertain Realities: The Shanghai Contemporary Art Scene and Censorship
by Biljana Ciric
p. 62
There are Already Thousands of Exhibitions in the World: A Letter for Heman
by Hu Fang
p. 67
Regarding Book from the Ground
by Xu Bing
p. 70
Trans-boundary Experiences: A Conversation between Xu Bing and Nick Kaldis
by Xu Bing, Nick Kaldis
p. 76
Sites of Construction and Encounter: Interview with Wang Wei
by Nav Haq
p. 94
Seeing What Is To Be Forgotten: The Photography, Video, and Performance Art of Han Bing
by Shannon May
p. 100
Who is Pounding The Wall? A Response to Paul Gladston’s “Writing on the Wall and (Entry Gate): A Critical Response to Recent Curatorial Meditations on the ‘Chineseness’ of Contemporary Chinese Art”
by Gao Minglu
p. 106