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4A membership supports many facets of our program - exhibitions; international visits by artists, curators and critics; and our artist studio in Beijing amongst many other things. Our Members also access exclusive previews of all our exhibitions; an annual program of behind-the-scenes talks and tours to artists' studios and private collections and...

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4A membership supports many facets of our program - exhibitions; international visits by artists, curators and critics; and our artist studio in Beijing amongst many other things. Our Members also access exclusive previews of all our exhibitions; an annual program of behind-the-scenes talks and tours to artists' studios and private collections and...

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4A membership supports many facets of our program - exhibitions; international visits by artists, curators and critics; and our artist studio in Beijing amongst many other things. Our Members also access exclusive previews of all our exhibitions; an annual program of behind-the-scenes talks and tours to artists' studios and private collections and...

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FX Harsono is recognised for playing a pivotal role in the development of contemporary art in Indonesia. FX Harsono was a leading member of Gerakan Seni Rupa Baru (New Art Movement) in the mid-seventies and continues to make politically-charged performances and installations.While his work deals directly withthe trauma of Indonesia’s...

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Jae Hoon Lee is a Korean artist who lives and works in New Zealand. His artistic practice explores the interplay between real and virtual experience, investigating the boundaries of cultural and physical space. Through extensive travelling, Lee amasses images of different cultural territories and geographical locations, which he then digitally...

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Jason Wing is a Sydney-based artist whose Chinese and Aboriginal heritage has played an important part in his artistic development. The strong influence of street art in Wing’s practice is referenced in Double Happiness through the use of bold outline and colours, and the often less than perfect registration that...

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Ming Wong is a Singaporean artist who currently lives and works in Berlin. Wong’s artistic practice is inspired by world cinema and is characterised by the appropriation and re-enactment of key scenes from classic foreign language films. His aesthetic and conceptual re-interpretations of well-known films are informed by his interest...

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Owen Leong is a Sydney-based artist who uses the human body as a medium to interrogate social, cultural and political forces. His photographs, sculptures andvideo performances attempt to subvert our relationship to the body by evoking abject responses to his work. Often employing liquids in his practice such asblood, milk...

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Vernon Ah Kee is one of the leading contemporary indigenous artists in Australia. Ah Kee was born in North Queensland and is ofthe Kuku Yalandji, Waanji, Yidindji and Gugu Yimithirr people. He has been living in Brisbane for much of his professional life. His work is primarily concerned with black/white...

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Vipoo Srivilasa was born in Thailand and is currently based in Melbourne. He works primarily in ceramics, using age-old techniques of pinching and blue and white painting as the basis for his work. His hand-formed pieces are often irreverent, witty and personal, with detailed drawings and unexpected decoration. Srivilasa’s Coral...



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Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook: Storytellers of the Town is a comprehensive exhibition catalogue that traces key ideas, moments and works in the development of one of Thailand’s foremost contemporary artists, and a leading female voice in South East Asian art. Araya Rasdjarmrearnsook’s 2014 solo exhibition at 4A presented two decades of her practice...

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Developed in Sydney's Chinatown, Chinatown is a collection of comics that tells the stories of its locals: Jun Woo Do, Anna Zhu, Bridget Poon, Daryl Prondoso, Teik Chew and members of the Jin Wu Koon Martial Arts Academy! This collection of short comics illustrated by Matt Huynh takes us on an...

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Early Days brings together Arthur Garlock Chang, a nonagenerian Chinese community leader and poet and Zhang Rui, a young artist who arrived in Sydney just over one year ago. Chang has written a series of free-verse poetry, reflecting on his life in Australia and involvement in a number of key...

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Over three years Edge of Elsewhere (2010 – 2012) co-curated by Dr Thomas J. Berghuis, Lisa Havilah, and Aaron Seeto saw the presentation of commissioned works that were the result of community engaged projects produced by some of the most exciting contemporary artists from across Australia, Asia and the Pacific....

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Edge of Elsewhere brings together some of the most exciting contemporary artists from across Australia, Asia and the Pacific in partnership with Sydney communities. Brook Andrew, Arahmaiani, Richard Bell, Dacchi Dang, Newell Harry, Shigeyuki Kihara, Kimsooja, Lisa Reihana, Khaled Sabsabi, Wang Jianwei, Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries. Curated by Thomas J....

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Indians and Cowboys is a catalogue publication of an exhibition curated by Aaron Seeto and Ruth Watson in 2003. The exhibition included work by Shez Dawood, Fiona Foley, Ronnie van Hout, Jitish Kallat, Michael Parekowhai and Gigi Scaria. The publication includes texts by Ruth Watson and Djon Mundine.    ...

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Last Words is a publication by 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art exploring contemporary art in an age of cultural diversity and globalisation. This full-colour publication features the work of 17 artists from around the world, including Australia, New Zealand, Japan, South Korea, China, India and Indonesia. With documentation and...

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Poisonous Targets: Rea & Wong Hoy Cheong is the catalogue accompanying a two person exhibition by Wong Hoy Cheong and Rea. Curated by Melissa Chiu in 2000 it was the opening exhibition of the new gallery (then called the Asia-Australia Arts Centre) on Hay Street Sydney. This pairing of artists,...

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Signs & Wonders is the catalogue accompanying a three person installation project with Suzann Victor, Juliana Wong and Regina Walter. Curated by Melissa Chiu, each artist produced an installation in 4A's first gallery space (then called Gallery 4A) on Sussex Street. This publication includes texts by Melissa Chiu, Suhanya Raffel...

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This is the exhibition guide to The Floating Eye, the Sydney Pavilion for the Inter-City Pavilions Project at the 9th Shanghai Biennale. Curated by Aaron Seeto, The Floating Eye presented new and existing works from six contemporary Australian artists, Brook Andrew, Shaun Gladwell, Raquel Ormella, Khaled Sabsabi, Shen Shaomin and Bababa...

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Waste Not is an enormous installation consisting of over ten thousand daily objects collected by artist Song Dong's mother, Zhao Xiangyuan. Included in the book are detailed accounts of the objects selected for the installation, written by Song Dong's mother Zhao Xiangyuan and edited by Wu Hung. Waste Not: Zhao...

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Zai-Jian Revolution is the catalogue accompanying a solo exhibition by the Chinese-Australian artist Shen Jiawei. Curated by Aaron Seeto in 2002, the exhibition looks back on Shen Jiawei's experience as a celebrated history painter in China, who produced iconic images of the Cultural Revolution. The exhibition presented surviving works from...



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