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FAM exhibition (others)
■Asian Artist Today - Fukuoka Annual X
Hanh Thi Pham: Her Body in Revolt
【Year:1997】
The last show of the series exhibition, "Asian Artist Today". Under the theme of the Vietnamise War, immigrant, family and homosexuality, identities in Asia were re-examined.
【Price】 Out of Print
【Edited by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
【Published by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
■Birth of Modern Art in Southeast Asia
【Year:1997】
The exhibition followed up the development of modern art in Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines and Singapore. This catalogue was awarded with the Encouraging Prize by the Japanese Association of Art Museums.
【Price】 Out of Print
【Edited by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
【Published by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
■Contemporary Paintings and Prints from China
【Year:1996】
Prize awarded works in the 8th National Art Exhibition
【Price】 Out of Print
【Edited by】 Arts from Contemporary China
【Published by】 Arts from Contemporary China
■Asian Artist Today - Fukuoka Annual IX
Kim Young-Jin
【Year:1995】
Kim Young-Jin makes a kind of uncanny installation such as enlarged images of water drop projected to a wall, which breaks down identity of human beings. He participated in the Residence Program of FAAM in 2000.
【Price】 1,050 yen
【Edited by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
【Published by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
■Asian Artist Today - Fukuoka Annual VIII
Mokoh: Peeping into 〈Paridise〉
【Year:1995】
Mokoh, a Balinese artist depicts the wonderment and eroticism in the daily life through his naive gaze.
【Price】 Out of Print
【Edited by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
【Published by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
■Images of Power: Balinese Paintings Made for Gregory Bateson and Margaret Mead
【Year:1995】
Batuan paintings characterized with dim illusiveness which are different from Ubud paintings were exhibited. The exhibition consisted of the collection of anthropologists, Margaret Mead and Gregory Bateson.
【Price】 Out of Print
【Edited by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
【Published by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
■Asian Artist Today - Fukuoka Annual VII
Dhruva Mistry
【Year:1994】
Dhruva Mistry makes sculptures combining parts of the human body, animals and objects as well as infusing imageries taken from myths not only from India, but also from other regions.
【Price】 1,050 yen
【Edited by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
【Published by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
■Asian Artist Today - Fukuoka Annual VI
Rasheed Araeen: Strife and/or Structure
【Year:1993】
The UK based Pakistani artist expresses the inner conflict between his dream for Modernism and the colonialism.
【Price】 Out of Print
【Edited by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
【Published by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
■New Art from Southeast Asia
【Year:1992】
The exhibition introduced artists from Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philipines, Singapore and Thailand as well as dynamically changing art in Southeast Asia.
【Price】 Out of Print
【Edited by】 Japan Foundation and others
【Published by】 Japan Foundation and others
■Asian Artist Today - Fukuoka Annual V
Tang Da-Wu
【Year:1991】
Tang Da-Wu is the first artist who presented performance art in Singapore. He questoins the contradiction between the Chinese tradition and the environmental protection issue as well as the nuclear crisis adding to the work his elaborated sense of humour. He was the laureate of the Fukuoka Asian Cultural Prize in 1999.
【Price】 Out of Print
【Edited by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
【Published by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
■Contemporary Chinese Art
【Year:1991】
Prize awarded works in the 7th National Art Exhibition
【Price】 Out of Print
【Edited by】 Japan-China Friendship Center
【Published by】 Japan-China Friendship Center
■Asian Artist Today - Fukuoka Annual III
Thawan Duchannee: In Quest of the Ultimate Sacredness
【Year:1990】
Thawan Duchannee works in opposition to the image of Thailand as "Serene Buddhism Country". He instead revitalizes the power of Buddhism which he sees as able to oppose the violence of contemporary society. He was the laureate of the Fukuoka Asian Cultural Prize in 2001.
【Price】 1,050 yen
【Edited by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
【Published by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
■Asian Artist Today - Fukuoka Annual IV
Tan Chin-Kuan: Stage-Art of Tragedy
【Year:1990】
Tan Chin-Kuan is a representative new-age contemporary artist in late 1980's Southeast Asia. His creativity goes beyond the framework of paintings, expressing severe social criticism.
【Price】 Out of Print
【Edited by】 Fukuoka Art Museum&tab;
【Published by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
■Asian Artist Today - Fukuoka Annual II
He Duo-Ling: The Depth of Realism
【Year:1988】
He Duo-Ling belongs to the generation of Chinese people most harshly influenced by the Cultural Revolution. She often depicts female figures contemplating against a bleak background. Her paintings, realistic but enveloped in symbolism, can be seen as inducing the destruction of realism itself.
【Price】 Out of Print
【Edited by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
【Published by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
■Asian Artist Today - Fukuoka Annual I
Roberto Feleo
【Year:1988】
The first show of the series exhibition, "Asian Artist Today". Roberto Feleo explores the multi-layered history in the Philippines through his relieves.
【Price】 Out of Print
【Edited by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
【Published by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
■Exhibition of Contemporary Indian Paintings
【Year:1984】
The exhibition introduced the diverse art tendency after the independnce of India, such as paintings of the modernism generation, the Tantric and narrative embodiment.
【Price】 1,785 yen
【Edited by】 Fukuoka Art Museum, Mainichi Newspapers
【Published by】 Fukuoka Art Museum
■Exhibition of Suzhou Nianhua (New Year Picture)
【Year:1984】
Nianhua is an auspicious picture that is used to decorate places like the entrance gate to a house in the New Year's Day. This exhibition traces the development of woodblock Nianhua prints spanning 400 years of history to the present-day.
【Price】 Out of print
【Edited by】 Japan Foundation
【Published by】 Japan Foundation
■Korean Contemporary Art:
An Aspect in Latter Half of the 1970's
【Year:1983】
The exhibition introduces trends in conceptual art in Korea mainly through monochrome paintings, the original Korean style of abstract painting.
【Price】 1,050 yen
【Edited by】 Korean Culture and Arts Foundation
【Published by】 Korean Culture and Arts Foundation
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