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30 Art Friends 2: Collecting Southeast Asian Art Quek Tse Kwang Jessica Anne Rahardjo Rachel Jena Lorna Kalaw Tirol Published by Quek Tse Kwang 2014 Hardcover, 304 pages. Price: RM250.00

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30 Art Friends 2: Collecting Southeast Asian Art is part two of the same title project that started in 2010. The publication includes 90 artworks selected from 30 art collectors based in Malaysia, Singapore and the Philippines. The publication also contains photographs of personal art collection journeys, meetings and friendships with artists.
Behind The Camera - Personal Recollections of Contemporary Singapore Cinema Edited by Wahyuni A. Hadi With essays by Boo Junfeng, Chai Yeewei, Djinn, Glen Goei, Colin Goh & Woo Yen Yen, Wahyuni A Hadi, Han Yew Kwang, Lesley Ho, Ho Tzu Nyen, Eric Khoo, Lee Thean-jeen, Lim Kay Tong, Jack Neo, Jasmine Ng, Adrian Pang, Tan Pin Pin, Royston Tan, Kelvin Tong, Wee Li Lin, Daniel Yun Published by Objectifs Centre for Photography and Films 2013 163 pages, softcover Price: RM75.00

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Behind the Camera provides a snapshot of the contemporary Singapore film industry through the personal stories and photos of filmmakers, festival directors, actors and producers.
Tomorrow, Today: Contemporary Art From The Singapore Art Museum (2009-2011) Editors: Tan Boon Hui & Joyce Toh With texts by Silvia Chan, David Chew, Michelle Ho, Khairuddin Hori, Tan Siu Li, Jason Toh, Joyce Toh, Naomi Wang Zhenghui, Susie Wong Published by Singapore Art Museum 2012 440 pages, softcover Price: RM130.00

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Tomorrow, Today: Contemporary Art from the Singapore Art Museum (2009-2011) is an essential guide to SAM's contemporary art collection. The works featured were brought into the collection from 2009 to 2011, following SAM's transformation into a contemporary art museum. There are over 300 fully illustrated artworks, including significant and iconic pieces from emerging artists and senior art practitioners from the Southeast Asian region, as well as China, India and Japan. This guide is an accessible resource for all artists, curators, critics and writers and art lovers interested in the region and Asia's contemporary art scene.
Contemporary Art in Singapore Authors: Gunalan Nadarajah, Russell Storer and Eugene Tan Published by Institute of Contemporary Arts Singapore 2007 Paper Back 180 pages Price: RM95.00

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This book provides an introduction to contemporary art in Singapore. Provides informative and concise overview of current Singaporean artistic practice and profiles some of the key Singaporean artists across the generations who are active in the current contemporary scene. Artists include: Heman Chong, Amanda Heng, Jeremy Hiah, Ho Tzu Nyen, Salleh Japar, Zai Kuning, Jane Lee, Lee Wen, Vincent Leow, Matthew Ngui, Donna Ong, Milenko Prvacki, Jeremy Sharma, The Artists Village, Suzann Victor, Ian Woo, Juliana Yasin, Ye Shufang and many more.
Sip! Indonesian Art Today Edited by Matthias Arndt Text by Matthias Arndt, Enin Supriyanto, Farah Wardani Published by DISTANZ Verlag 2013 152 pages, hardcover Price: RM160.00

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This publication highlights 16 artists belonging to 3 generations of practice who are actively shaping Indonesian's contemporary art scene.
HRH Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah : Pioneering Malaysian Photography 1923-1971 Raja Mohd Zainol Ihsan Shah Published by Raja Mohd Zainol Ihsan Shah 2013 Softcover, 88 pages Price: RM180.00

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Raja Mohd Zainol Ihsan Shah lived with his grandfather, HRH Sultan Ismail Nasiruddin Shah, Sultan of Trengganu from the time he was born on 12 May 1960 until he was 19 years of age. He holds a Master of Science Degree in Business Management and was a Doctoral candidate in International Business until he decided to return home permanently in 1985. He is a keen observer of the Arts, being especially attracted to a range of genres ranging from Modernist Photography of the 1930-50's to Malaysian and European Modern Art (Lyrical Abstracts and Pop Art). He has dedicated himself to the care and study of his grandfather's photography archives - that includes original negatives, vintage prints, cameras and photographic laboratory equipment. As a boy, and well into his teens, he has shared many moments with his grandfather and witnessed him take and print many photographs. Since 1997, he has organised several exhibitions of the photographs and published catalogues of them, namely, HRH Sultan Ismail Postcard Album, Malaya Through His Eyes, and August 1957.
Naratif Seni Rupa Malaysia, Jilid 2: Reaksi - Strategi Kritikal Baru Edited by Beverly Yong and Nur Hanim Khairuddin, with T.K. Sabapathy Published by RogueArt 2013 Soft cover, A5 size, 464 pages (includes 52 pages of colour plates) Price: RM40.00

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Naratif Seni Rupa Malaysia Jilid 2: Reaksi Strategi Kritikal Baru menyorot bagaimana para artis Malaysia memberi respons dan tindakbalas ke atas peristiwa- peristiwa sosio-politik yang berlaku di Malaysia, dan juga terhadap pelbagai bentuk pendekatan dan sikap pengkaryaan seni yang berubah-ubah sepanjang 45 tahun yang lampau. Dengan menampilkan suara-suara yang kritikal dan penting dalam seni rupa Malaysia sejak dari 70-an sehingga 90-an, sampailah kepada suara-suara generasi artis, penulis dan pengkaji yang lebih muda, jilid ini sedikit sebanyak merakamkan segenap keterdesakan dan keghairahan yang telah mendasari dan mewarnai perkembangan seni rupa kontemporari serta praktis kesenian Malaysia. Jilid ini memuatkan penulisan-penulisan polemikal oleh beberapa artis dan kumpulan seni, esei-esei yang pernah diterbitkan dan yang baru dihasilkan khusus untuk penerbitan ini, teks-teks wawancara dengan beberapa artis, dan juga petikan- petikan daripada katalog-katalog pameran yang penting lagi besar pengaruhnya. Imej-imej hitam-putih dan berwarna yang mendokumentasi lebih daripada 100 buah karya dan peristiwa seni turut menghiasi jilid ini.
Thinking of Landscape: Paintings from the Yeap Lam Yang Collection Edited by Beverly Yong & Adeline Ooi, with essays by Low Sze Wee and Charles Merewether, and an interview with Yeap Lam Yang Published by Yeap Lam Yang 2014 Hardback, 33 x 29 cm, 192 pages Price: RM250.00

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This publication traces a collector's journey of over 25 years, bringing together a selection of 60 works by artists from Southeast Asia, China, Taiwan and Australia. It explores ways in which individual artists have drawn inspiration from the landscape subject, probing its formal, emotional and conceptual potential. Artists featured include: Arin Dwihartanto Sunaryo, Chen KeZhan, Chen Ping, Chua Ek Kay, Clifton Pugh, Debbie Ding, Heri Dono, Hong Ling, Hong Sek Chern, Imants Tillers, Ian Woo, John Olsen, Joshua Yeldham, Latiff Mohidin, Mao Xuhui, Michael Lee, Natee Utarit, Ni Youyu, Pacita Abad, Quenten Lee, Romulo Olazo, Shi Hu, Tan Swie Hian, Wang Tiande, Yunizar. Yu Peng
Narratives in Malaysian Art, Volume 2: Reactions New Critical Strategies Edited by Beverly Yong and Nur Hanim Khairuddin, with T.K. Sabapathy Published by RogueArt 2013 Soft cover, A5 size, 404 pages (includes 52 pages of colour plates) Price: RM40.00

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Narratives in Malaysian Art Volume 2: Reactions New Critical Strategies looks at the ways in which Malaysian artists have responded to socio-political events that have taken place in Malaysia, and also at the changing approaches and attitudes in art-making over the past 45 years. Featuring leading critical voices in Malaysian art from the 70s to the 90s, to those of a younger generation of artists, writers and researchers, this volume captures something of the underlying urgency and passion that have informed the development of contemporary Malaysian art and artistic practice. Contained within this volume are polemical tracts by artists and art groups, existing and newly commissioned essays, as well as interviews with artists, and excerpts from seminal exhibition texts.The volume is also illustrated with black-and-white and colour documentation of over 100 art works and events.
Krishen Jit: An Uncommon Position Rowland, Kathy (Ed.) Published by Contemporary Asian Arts Centre, Singapore 2003 Paper Back 248 pages Price: RM95.00

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Malaysian scholar and dramatist Krishen Jit (b.1939) has been for more than 40 years a major influence in the world of South East Asia's drama and the arts. His activities and writings have ranged widely and this valuable volume brings together many elements of his achievement since the 1970s. The collection includes essays on the place of drama in contemporary theatre issues in Malaysia and Singapore, developments in dance and ideas and ideologies in relation to artistic achievement. With glossary, references and index.
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