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ASIA ART ARCHIVE
Art, Archives, and the Spaces In-Between


Thursday, Sept 15th at 7pm

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John Tain at Asia Art Archive and Jane DeBevoise and the team at Asia Art Archive in America will discuss archive collections and research projects that focus on social interventions artists have made across East and Southeast Asia as a way of introducing the organizations’ mission.



Installation view of documenta fifteen: Asia Art Archive, 2022. (from left to right) Jyoti Bhatt, students and staff on campus at the Faculty of Fine Arts, 1975; Jyoti Bhatt, Muggulu (floor painting) Warangal, Andhra Pradesh present-day Telangana, 1982–83; Jyoti Bhatt teaches why we do Rangoli, (Kumar, pp. 1-6); Jyoti Bhatt, diary, 1975–81; Jyoti Bhatt, Rangoli sketches, c. 1960–80; Nilima Sheikh in collaboration with Sanjay Soni and the family of Vishnu Prasad Jadia from Mathura, 2000–20; Jyoti Bhatt, Preparation for the 1967 Fine Arts Fair. Fridericianum, Kassel, 11 June 2022. Photo: Frank Sperling. Installation view of documenta fifteen: Asia Art Archive, 2022. (from left to right) Jyoti Bhatt, students and staff on campus at the Faculty of Fine Arts, 1975; Jyoti Bhatt, Muggulu (floor painting) Warangal, Andhra Pradesh present-day Telangana, 1982–83; Jyoti Bhatt teaches why we do Rangoli, (Kumar, pp. 1-6); Jyoti Bhatt, diary, 1975–81; Jyoti Bhatt, Rangoli sketches, c.1960–80; Nilima Sheikh in collaboration with Sanjay Soni and the family of Vishnu Prasad Jadia from Mathura, 2000–20; Jyoti Bhatt, Preparation for the 1967 Fine Arts Fair. Fridericianum, Kassel, 11 June 2022. Photo: Frank Sperling.



Asia Art Archive (AAA) is a catalyst for new ideas that enrich our understanding of the world through the collection, creation, and sharing of knowledge around recent art in Asia. With one of the most valuable growing collections of material on the recent history of art from Asia, freely available from our website and onsite library, AAA builds tools and communities to collectively expand knowledge through research, residency, and educational programmes. Asia Art Archive in America (AAA in A), founded in 2009, is AAA’s first overseas hub, joined in 2013 by AAA in India. Based in New York, Jane DeBevoise is Chair Emeritus of Asia Art Archive and Chair of Asia Art Archive in America.  Furen Dai is Director of Programs and Collections and Christina Ko is Director of Operations at Asia Art Archive in America; both are also practicing artists.  John Tain is Head of Research at Asia Art Archive in Hong Kong.





Lee Wen, The Rite of Spring, 2009. AAA Collections. Courtesy of the artist.



Yin Xiuzhen, Washing River, 1995. AAA Collections, Courtesy of the artist.




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IDS
Public
Lecture
Series





ASIA ART ARCHIVE
Art, Archives, and the Spaces In-Between

Thursday, Sept 15th at 7pm

REGISTER

John Tain at Asia Art Archive and Jane DeBevoise and the team at Asia Art Archive in America will discuss archive collections and research projects that focus on social interventions artists have made across East and Southeast Asia as a way of introducing the organizations’ mission.


Installation view of documenta fifteen: Asia Art Archive, 2022. (from left to right) Jyoti Bhatt, students and staff on campus at the Faculty of Fine Arts, 1975; Jyoti Bhatt, Muggulu (floor painting) Warangal, Andhra Pradesh present-day Telangana, 1982–83; Jyoti Bhatt teaches why we do Rangoli, (Kumar, pp. 1-6); Jyoti Bhatt, diary, 1975–81; Jyoti Bhatt, Rangoli sketches, c. 1960–80; Nilima Sheikh in collaboration with Sanjay Soni and the family of Vishnu Prasad Jadia from Mathura, 2000–20; Jyoti Bhatt, Preparation for the 1967 Fine Arts Fair. Fridericianum, Kassel, 11 June 2022. Photo: Frank Sperling.
Installation view of documenta fifteen: Asia Art Archive, 2022. (from left to right) Jyoti Bhatt,
students and staff on campus at the Faculty of Fine Arts, 1975; Jyoti Bhatt, Muggulu (floor painting) Warangal, Andhra Pradesh present-day Telangana, 1982–83; Jyoti Bhatt teaches why
we do Rangoli, (Kumar, pp. 1-6); Jyoti Bhatt, diary, 1975–81; Jyoti Bhatt, Rangoli sketches, c.1960–80; Nilima Sheikh in collaboration with Sanjay Soni and the family of Vishnu Prasad Jadia
from Mathura, 2000–20; Jyoti Bhatt, Preparation for the 1967 Fine Arts Fair. Fridericianum, Kassel, 11 June 2022. Photo: Frank Sperling.


Asia Art Archive (AAA) is a catalyst for new ideas that enrich our understanding of the world through the collection, creation, and sharing of knowledge around recent art in Asia. With one of the most valuable growing collections of material on the recent history of art from Asia, freely available from our website and onsite library, AAA builds tools and communities to collectively expand knowledge through research, residency, and educational programmes. Asia Art Archive in America (AAA in A), founded in 2009, is AAA’s first overseas hub, joined in 2013 by AAA in India. Based in New York, Jane DeBevoise is Chair Emeritus of Asia Art Archive and Chair of Asia Art Archive in America.  Furen Dai is Director of Programs and Collections and Christina Ko is Director of Operations at Asia Art Archive in America; both are also practicing artists.  John Tain is Head of Research at Asia Art Archive in Hong Kong.

Lee Wen, The Rite of Spring, 2009. AAA Collections. Courtesy of the artist.



Yin Xiuzhen, Washing River, 1995. AAA Collections, Courtesy of the artist.


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