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Asianity: Fine Art Oil Paintings
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Derek Murphy is an American surrealist who moved to Taiwan in 2003, after studying art in Florence, Italy. His paintings stand out for their vivid colors, clean lines, and striking conceptual... More > statements. Murphy’s innovative works combine religious symbolism, images from pop culture and human figures in absurd or shocking compositions, in order to draw out contradictions in social ideology or limitations in personal belief systems. His paintings have been featured in various publications including Xpat Magazine, Seety, the Taiwan Journal and Bunk.< Less
Coloring Time: An Exhibition from the Archive of Korean-American Artists Part One (1955-1989) By Kyunghee Pyun
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AHL Foundation and Korean Cultural Service of New York are proud to present some materials from the Archive of Korean-American Artists (AKAA). Korean artists such as Whanki Kim (1913-1974), John Pai... More > (b. 1937), Nam June Paik (1932-2006) and Po Kim (b. 1917) started to settle down in New York in the 1960s while a large number of artists arrived here to study at various MFA programs in the 1980s. Byron Kim, Y. David Chung, Ik-joong Kang, Theresa Hak Kyung Cha and many talented young Korean-American artists lived and worked in New York in the 1980s. This exhibition catalogue presents a group of the first generations who set up their studios in the greater New York area in the 1960s to the 1980s. This exhibition catalogue of Coloring Time includes scholarly essays along with documents, photographs, drawings, and sketches of Korean-American artists as well as their early works classified into five themes in order to show a creative journey of Korean contemporary art transplanted in the US.< Less
Carlos Villa and the Integrity of Spaces By Theodore Gonzalves
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An anthology surveying the work of the critically-acclaimed artist/educator Carlos Villa. Essays and poetry by Bill Berkson, David A.M. Goldberg, Theodore S. Gonzalves, Mark Dean Johnson, Margo... More > Machida, and Moira Roth. The book also features a gallery of 77 images of the artist's work from 1961 to 2011.< Less
The She Book, Volume 1 By Michelle Myers
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Michelle Myers' first solo poetry book THE SHE BOOK, VOL. 1, celebrates women's whole-self identities through poems which explore a diverse array of personal experiences, political situations, and... More > mythical images. Ultimately, the poems urge women to grasp the power within them to initiate community building and healing. All proceeds from the book will be donated to aid anti-trafficking efforts and community building in Haiti and Cambodia.< Less
Kartika Review: 2009-2010 Anthology By Christine Lee Zilka et al.
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The 2009-2010 Anthology of Kartika Review. Kartika Review launched in September of 2007 as a national non-profit journal in support of the Asian American literary and arts community. The journal... More > publishes literary fiction, poetry, and essays that endeavor to expand and enhance the mainstream perception of Asian American creative writing. See: http://www.kartikareview.com.< Less
Kartika Review: 2009-2010 Anthology By Christine Lee Zilka et al.
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The 2009-2010 Anthology of Kartika Review. Kartika Review launched in September of 2007 as a national non-profit journal in support of the Asian American literary and arts community. The journal... More > publishes literary fiction, poetry, and essays that endeavor to expand and enhance the mainstream perception of Asian American creative writing. See: http://www.kartikareview.com.< Less
A Kung-Fu Master's Journey By Allen Chinn
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Describing 45 years of martial arts experience and the influences that helped shape him, Kung-Fu Grandmaster Allen J. Chinn tells his story. In a time when little was known about the secret art... More > of Kung-Fu, an eight year old searched to find life’s lessons in the Chinese martial arts. This book gives insight into his experiences as a martial artist, but also describes what it was like growing up as an Asian American in South Seattle’s Beacon Hill. His life experiences and personal thoughts provide the reader an understanding of what makes a 21st century Kung-Fu Grandmaster. Finally, this book demonstrates that if you desire something enough, you can achieve it. The seemingly impossible can become possible.< Less
Kartika Review: Inaugural Year Anthology By Christine Lee Zilka, Jason Wong, Sunny Woan
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The inaugural year anthology of Kartika Review, an Asian American literary journal. See: www.kartikareview.com.
Kartika Review: Inaugural Year Anthology By Christine Lee Zilka, Jason Wong, Sunny Woan
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The inaugural year anthology of Kartika Review, an Asian American literary journal. See: www.kartikareview.com.
Love Poem to Ginger & Other Poems: poetry & paintings By Mong-Lan
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An alluring gem of a chapbook, "Love Poem to Ginger & Other Poems: poetry & paintings" follows Mong-Lan’s much-lauded "Love Poem to Tofu & Other Poems." An... More > absolute treasure tapestry of poems and paintings, this pocket-sized edition calls joy by its true name and makes pleasure an art. “Mong-Lan’s poems are fresh and real as a street, full of the seriousness of pleasure. She has the same sense of joy that Kenneth Koch loved in the courage to sing, happiness of St.-John Perse. The courage of Frank O’Hara who said that the smallest idea in one's own head was better than an old idea in some other brain. . . . The Chinese speak of the three perfections: poetry, painting and calligraphy. But Mong-Lan speaks of the great imperfections that are better for being so. Her poems are full of the bright primaries of her brushstrokes. . . . I praise these poems of praise which collapse distance and makes us feel, as O’Hara seemed to say, poetry is just a telephone call away.”—David Shapiro< Less