THE ASIAN MODERN
In this expansive study, John Clark draws on decades of his research on modern art cultures across Asia from 1850 to the present day. The Asian Modern uses an artist-focused approach, by way of meticulous case studies, to create a new comparative paradigm for the narration of art.
“Affiliations of place,” claims John Clark, rather than “genealogies of time,” is key to clarifying the category of “the Asian Modern.” […] The transfer is from an extractive art history obsessed with pedigree and derivations, on the one hand, to a redistributive art history, on the other, that is possible only through the reciprocities and fundamental obligations between persons and things. Absent the latter, there can be no future for art history in Asia.
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