Guggenheim Museum’s Asian Art Council: Contemporary Reflections on Modernity in Asia
Volume 9, Number 3, May/June 2010
by Xu Bing, Layla S. Diba, Geeta Kapur, Midori Matsui, Alexandra Munroe
The second of two panel discussions (the previous published in Yishu 37) from the Guggenheim Museum’s Asian Art Council meetings in June of 2009. This panel focuses on a discussion about the evolution of modernity in the context of Asia. Geeta Kapur from India, Midori Matsui from Japan, and Xu Bing from mainland China propose thoughtful and timely perspectives on how modernity is inflected in their respective nations’ cultural production and how it adopts its own identities within each context.
Xu Bing, Layla S. Diba, Geeta Kapur, Midori Matsui, Alexandra Munroe, Guggenheim Museum, Bibao, modernity, asia, contextualization, inter-Asia, nation-state, aesthetic standard
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