Exhibiting Modern Asian Art in Southeast Asia
Volume 13, Number 2, March/April 2014
by Kevin Chua
Kevin Chua examines two exhibitions of modern Asian art in Southeast Asia – Realism in Asian Art (a joint exhibition between the Singapore Art Museum and the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea, 2010) and Strategies Toward the Real: S. Sudjojono and Contemporary Indonesian Art (National University Museum, Singapore, 2008) – in the light of Maria Lind's notion of the "curatorial" (by which she meant exhibition strategies that are expansive and open rather than closed, that present rather than represent, and that reflexively take into account socio-historical context, environment, and audience).
Sites of Construction, Asia Art Archive Symposium, Kevin Chua, The Exhibition As Historical Proposition, Realism in Asian Art, modern art, Southeast Asia, Strategies Toward the Real: S. Sudjojono and Contemporary Indonesian Art, the curatorial, Maria Lind, curating
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