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Paul Gladston

is the inaugural Judith Neilson Professor of Contemporary Art at the University of South Wales, Sydney. He has written extensively about contemporary art in/from the People's Republic of China and the Asia-Pacific region with specific regard to the concerns of critical theory.

Lindy Lee: Moon in a Dewdrop

Lindy Lee: Moon in a Dewdrop at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) in Sydney, Australia, is an absorbing, carefully arranged, and highly informative survey charting Lee’s development from fin-de-siècle postmodernist to an exponent of contemporary trans-culturalism.

The Asia Society Triennial

The exhibitions We Do Not Dream Alone, the inaugural Asia Society Triennial, and Dreaming Together at the New-York Historical Society bring together works by over 40 artists selected from the collections of both institutions in a thoughtful and very welcome showcasing of the work of Asian and Asian-diasporic artists still underrepresented in mainstream Euro-American contexts. At this moment, when the movement of people and even artworks is difficult, the mere existence of this two-museum show is a major accomplishment.


The Brooklyn Rail

FEB 2021

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