OUT OF ARCHIVE: PROCESS & PROGRESS CATALOGUE ON SALE NOW!
In the fall of 2009, Asian American Center exhibited Out of Archive: Process & Progress to much critical acclaim. It was the most comprehensive and the major exhibition program which draws attention to AAAC Artists Archive. Out of Archive: Process & Progress offers rare insight into Asian American Art. The four selected artists, Tomie Arai, Albert Chong, John Yoyogi Fortes and Swati Khurana were presented at Out of Archive: Process & Progress Exhibition. The exhibition has opened up a critical dialogue and a critical language for substantively engaging with Asian American Art. If you did not make it to the exhibit, you can find everything in the exhibition catalogue. Now, the catalogue is available for purchase.
The exhibition’s easily attainable catalogue vividly explores the works of four artists selected from a review of all the artists posted in artasiaamerica.org by guest curator Angel Velasco Shaw. The 52-page, fully illustrated catalogue, with 20 illustrations also includes four essays by Sarita Echavez See, Jan Christian Bernabe, Karlyn Koh, and Karen Su. These essays shed light on these four selected artists- Tomie Arai, Albert Chong, John Yoyogi Fortes and Swati Khurana-by focusing on their relationship to the works and the critique and contextualization of their current works. These essays launch an investigation into the shifting rhetoric of art and cultural criticism. Now, the exhibition catalogue is available for sale at Asian American Arts Centre ($15). To order, visit http:// www.artspiral.org
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AAAC acknowledges the generous contribution of the Dedalus Foundation and Lower Manhattan Council for Out of Archive: Process & Progress exhibition.
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