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Liu Kang: Essays On Art & Culture (English translation) Editor: Sara Siew Published by The National Art Gallery, Singapore. 2011 240 pages, paperback Language: English (OUT OF STOCK) Price: RM100.00

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A collection of 80 essays, which Liu Kang wrote over 44 years, offering an insight into the artist's many interests: interior design, music, literature, dance, photography, medical science, and the visual arts. Throughout the essays, Liu Kang's contributions as a first generation Nanyang artist and art educator come to the fore through his thoughts and ideas about art societies, exhibitions, artists, the development of art education, and the growth of art in Singapore and the region.
Mella Jaarsma: The Fitting Room Editorial: Agung Hujatnikajennong, Mella Jaarsma With texts by Agung Hujatnikajennong, Adeline Ooi, Meta Knol, Eko Prawoto; translations by Joan Suyenaga, Landung Simatupang, Wiwik Sushartami Published by Selasar Sunaryo Art Space, Cemeti Art House, Mella Jaarsma 2009 Designed by: Rolf Toxopeus, Mie Cornoedus 200 pages, softcover Languages: English, Bahasa Indonesia Price: RM80.00

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An insightful and intimate monograph published in conjunction with the 25-year retrospective of the same name of this seminal Yogyakarta-based artist's work.
Natee Utarit: Survey 1991-2006 With texts by Natee Utarit and Dr Sayan Daengklorn, interviews by Peter Lee and Vipach Phurichanon; translations from Thai by Michael Robert Crabtree Published by Numthong Gallery, Bangkok 2009 Designed by: Practical Design Studio 296 pages, softcover Language: English Price: RM200.00

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An elegant monograph of Thailand's most celebrated young painter, currently enjoying a major review at Singapore Art Museum until February 2011.
Matthew Ngui: Points Of View Published by Institute of Contemporary Arts, Singapore. 2007 128 pages, paperback Language: English Price: RM120.00

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The publication accompanying a major solo exhibition of the artist's work from 1989 to 2007 which travelled between Sydney, Singapore and Perth. Singapore-born Matthew Ngui is an installation, performance and print artist. Based in Australia since the 1980s, the concept of home and identity is a major theme in his work. Colour photographs of his work are supported by five commentary pieces written by critics and curators, and an interview with Ngui.
LINE | Latiff Mohidin | from Point to Point Text and drawings by Latiff Mohidin, introduction by Usman Awang Published by Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka, Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur 1993 Designed by: Ismail Siraj Associates Sdn Bhd 234 pages, hardcover Language: English Price: RM125.00

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This is a classic among regional art publications - a unique marriage of artist's sketchbook and writer's journal from a leading light of Southeast Asian modern art, and poetry. Translated from the Malay language version (Garis Latiff Mohidin dari Titik ke Titik, 1988) by Adibah Amin
PIYADASA. An overview, 1962-2000 T.K Sabapathy Published by The National Art Gallery, Malaysia 2001 180 pages, Soft cover Language: English Price: RM65.00

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The first book-length study of one of the most significant artists in Southeast Asia, Redza Piyadasa. A leading artist, writer, curator and educator in Malaysia from the end of the 60s, the late Piyadasa helped to re-shape thinking on local and regional art practices both through his work and his writing. This book accompanied a major retrospective of the artist's work held at the National Art Gallery in Kuala Lumpur in 2001.
Jalak: Jalaini Abu Hassan Text & editorial: Adeline Ooi, Beverly Yong and Jalaini Abu Hassan Translations by: Brigitte F Bresson Published by Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur 2006 Designed by: Studio MMCMM 112 pages, hardcover (3 designs) Languages: English, Bahasa Malaysia Price: RM120.00

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A second monograph of this popular contemporary Malaysian artist.
Liu Kang: Essays On Art & Culture (Chinese) Editor: Sara Siew Published by The National Art Gallery, Singapore. 2011 235 pages, paperback Language: Chinese Price: RM100.00

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A collection of 80 essays, which Liu Kang wrote over 44 years, offering an insight into the artist's many interests: interior design, music, literature, dance, photography, medical science, and the visual arts. Throughout the essays, Liu Kang's contributions as a first generation Nanyang artist and art educator come to the fore through his thoughts and ideas about art societies, exhibitions, artists, the development of art education, and the growth of art in Singapore and the region.
Chong Siew Ying Editorial: Beverly Yong Interview by Joel Couloigner, translated from the French by Kim and Benjamin Bergery Published by Valentine Willie Fine Art, Kuala Lumpur 2008 Designed by: Imaya Wong, Grain Studio 96 pages, softcover Language: English Price: RM80.00

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A first monograph of a powerful figurative painter based between Malaysia and France.
ordinary/EXTRAORDINARY Published by Kathmandu Photo Gallery/Tang Contemporary Art, Bangkok. 2006 156 pages, paperback Languages: Thai, English Price: RM75.00

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Documenting in full two series of portraits by this leading Thai photographic artist, ordinary/extraordinary and In-Your-Face, with texts by Ing K, Manit Sriwanichpoom and Josef Ng.
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