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ISSUE 25 : Whose Party Is It Anyway?
Southeast Asia: Art history, art today
Patrick D. Flores—東南亞藝術的歷史與今天
March 21st, 2016Type: Translation
Author: Patrick D. Flores, 吳伯山 (翻譯) Editor: Rikey Tenn
Quote From: Guggenheim Blog; translated by Wu, Po-shan
Note: Originally published on Guggenheim blog in October 2012, the article is translated from "Southeast Asia: Art History, Art Today", written by Manila-based art historian and curator Patrick D. Flores. Identifying a number of “entry points” into Southeast Asian art history -- and into the region’s diverse contemporary contexts -- Prof. Flores presents a reconsidered vision of the region’s cultural makeup.
Malay Archipelago, or East India Islands
Redza Piyadasa, Entry Points, 1978
Kassian Cephas - Leiden University Library, KITLV, image 20027 Homepage KITLV, CC BY-SA 4.0
National Gallery Singapore (擷取自網路)