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Wong Hoy Cheong: An OVA Touring Exhibition With text by Beverly Yong, Hou Hanru and Ray Lagenbach. Published by Valentine Willie Fine Art & OVA 2002, Wong Hoy Cheong and the writers. 2002 Soft cover, 56 pages. Language: English Price: RM40.00

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A retrospective exhibition covering the artists' work from 1996-2002.
The Treatment of the Local Landscape in Modern Malaysian Art, 1930-1981. Redza Piyadasa Published by National Art Muzeum (Muzium Seni Negara) 1981 Soft cover, 104 pages. Price: RM60.00

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Catalogue printed in conjunction of the exhibition of the same title. The exhibition was curated by Redza Piyadasa, focusing on the involvement of landscape in the modern Malaysian Art.
First ASEAN Symposium on Aesthetics Delia Paul, Sharifah Fatimah Zubir Published by National Art Gallery 1989 Soft cover, 142 pages Price: RM150.00

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Proceedings from the Symposium held at National Art Gallery in Kuala Lumpur, from 24-27 October 1989.
Tracing Land: Works by Susie Wong, 2011-2013 Published by Susie Wong 2014 From a limited first edition (hand-bound) of 50 books; Softcover; 64 pages Price: RM175.00

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An exquisite, lovingly-produced artist's book published after the exhibition My Beautiful Indies: A Re-Reading by Susie Wong, at Jendela, The Esplanade, Singapore.
Intersecting Histories. Contemporary Turns in Southeast Asian Art Editor: T.K. Sabapathy Essays by T.K. Sabapathy, Yvonne Low, Seng Yu Jin, Aminudin TH Siregar and Adele Tan. Published by School of Art, Design and Media, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore 2012 Paper Back 206 pages Price: RM225.00

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This exhibition catalogue was published in conjunction with the Grand Opening exhibition held at the National University of Singapore's ADM Gallery, which showcased some of the most significant contemporary art works created by artists in Southeast Asia, from the 1970s until the present, and highlighted the distinctive moments, or turning points, in the emergence and development of contemporary art in the region.
The Window of Jendela : Handiwirman Saputra, Jumaldi Alfi, Rudi Mantofani, Yunizar, Yusra Martunus at OHD Museum, Magelang Editors: Grace Samboh, Oei Hong Djien Writers: Ahmad Mashadi, Grace Samboh, Oei Hong Djien Published by OHD Museum 2013 Soft cover 174 pages Price: RM150.00

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An exhibition catalogue published in conjunction of the same titled exhibition.
Tanpa Tajuk: Cerita-Cerita Seni Rupa Tengku Sabri Ibrahim Published by Tinta Publishers 2009 Paperback 209 pages Price: RM25.00

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Dekad kebelakangan ini menyaksikan perkembangan seni rupa yang rancak di rantau Asia Tenggara, Australia dan Asia Timur. Artis Malaysia semakin ramai berkarya, berpameran dan berbincang mengenai seni dan budaya di peringkat antarabangsa. Sebahagian artis meneruskan gaya seni tradisional atau peribumi, lalu digubah kepada bentuk seni rupa moden. Ada juga artis yang mengambil pendekatan berkaitan dengan ugama, seperti Seni Islam. Buku ini memuatkan pengalaman penulis sebagai seorang artis dan peneliti perkembangan seni rupa di Malaysia. Catatan dan karya beliau meggambarkan pengeseran pemikiran dan kebudayaan di antara tradisional dan moden atau pencarian identiti dan globalisasi yang mempengaruhi seni rupa tanah air.
Sound: Latitudes and Attitudes Published by Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore 2014 Paperback 103 pages Price: RM50.00

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Catalogue of ICAS exhibition in 2014 of 17 artists and musicians exploring Singapore’s recent history of sound in the arts, curated by Bani Haykal. With essays by Charles Merewether, Joleen Loh, In Woo, Chong Li-Chuan, Song-Ming Ang, George Chua, Gulayu Arkestra, Joyce Koh, Kai Lam, Mohamad Riduan, Darren Ng, The Observatory, Joel Ong, Ong Kian-Peng, Brian O-Reilly, Shaun Sankaran, Dennis Tan, Evan Tan, Zai Tang, Mark Wong, Zul Mahmod
Re-Connecting: Selected Writings On Singapore Art And Art Criticism Essays by Liu Kang and Ho Ho Ying Sabapathy T. K.; Cheo Chai-Hiang (Eds.) Published by Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore 2005 Paper Back 127 pages Price: RM70.00

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In this book are some 30 essays by two of Singapore's most prominent art figures, Liu Kang (1911-2004) and Ho Ho Ying (1936-), both painters. Originally written in Chinese from 1949-1979, the writings are now available in English translation. The art criticisms and commentaries compiled in this volume not only reflect the mood and capture the key concerns about the arts scene of that era, their very existence dispels the myth that there is no critical writing on the arts in Singapore.
Next Move: Contemporary Art From Thailand Published by Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore 2003 Paper Back 172 pages Price: RM50.00

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The catalogue of the 2003 LaSalle exhibition of contemporary art from Thailand presents the work of the 14 Thai artists whose ideas and artefacts were shown at the Earl Lu Gallery. Thailand's innovative and lively art scene is also discussed in its great diversity. Illustrated in colour and black and white. With biographical summaries.
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