2000-New Media and Autonomous Practices
20009.2 South Korea
200110 Hong Kong
Long March Project founded
The Long March Project is founded by Qiu Zhijie and Lu Jie. The project retraces the historical Long March—the 100,000 km retreat of China’s Red Army from Ruijin, Jiangxi Province, to Yan’an, Shaanxi Province, while performing various art activities. The group moves its base to Beijing in 2003.
Exhibition of Mongolian modern art
Modern Paintings of Mongolia: Its Origin up to Today is held at Tokyo Station Gallery (Jul. 20–Sep. 8) and tours to Fukuoka Asian Art Museum (Sep. 14–Nov. 11), Miyakonojo City Museum of Art (Nov. 16–Dec. 23), the Museum of Art, Kochi (Jan. 5–Feb. 23, 2003), and Niigata City Art Museum (Apr. 11–May 11, 2003).
20029.15 South Korea
200210.11 South Korea
Exhibition of Asian emerging artists co-curated by nine curators
Under Construction: New Dimensions of Asian Art is held （December 7 to March 2, 2003, at Japan Foundation Forum and Tokyo Opera City Art Gallery, Tokyo. The exhibition is co-curated by nine curators from the Philippines, Thailand, India, Indonesia, China, Korea, and Japan.
Exhibition of video art from China, South Korea and Japan, co-curated by three curators from these countries
Out the Window: Spaces of Distraction (Jan. 10 –Feb. 15 at The Japan Foundation Forum, Tokyo) is held and tours to Project Space Zip, Seoul (Mar. 30–May 13). Curated by Li Zhenhua, Suh Jinsuk, and Sumitomo Fumihiko.
200412.11 India, Indonesia, Thailand, Japan
Exhibition of Asian artists co-curated by Indian, Indonesian, Thai and Japanese curators
Have We Met? (Dec. 11–Jan. 30, 2005, at the Japan Foundation Forum, Tokyo) is held. The exhibition is co-curated by four curators from India, Indonesia, Thailand, and Japan. Along with the main exhibition, local exhibitions are held in Ashiya City Museum of Art and History and other Asian cities, including Seoul, Bandung, Manila, Bangkok, Mumbai, and Beijing.
20058.9 Japan, South Korea, Singapore, France
Exhibition of Asian modern art
Cubism in Asia: Unbounded Dialogues (Aug. 9–Oct. 2 at the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo) is held and tours to the National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea (Nov. 11–Jan. 30, 2006), Singapore Art Museum (Feb. 18–Apr. 9, 2006), and Maison de la culture du Japon à Paris (May 16–Jul. 7, 2007). The exhibition is co-organized by the Japan Foundation.
200610.25 South Korea
Indian artists in Venice Biennale
Nalini Malani and Riyas Komu participate in The 52 Venice Biennale (Jun. 10–Nov. 21). Despite the invitation from the Biennale Foundation, the government of India does not build the India Pavilion. Outside the Biennale, Subodh Gupta’s gigantic sculpture is exhibited as a part of Foundation Pinault’s collection exhibition.
Exhibition of Korean realism art, as the first large-scale exhibition of People’s Art in Japan
Art toward the Society: Realism in Korean Art 1945-2005 (Oct 6–Nov 25 at the Niigata Bandaijima Art Museum) is held. The exhibition tours to Fukuoka Asian Art Museum (Dec 2–Jan 22, 2008), Miyakonojo City Museum of Art (Feb 1–Mar 16), Otani Memorial Art Museum, Nishinomiya (May 24–Jun 29), and Fuchu Art Museum (Jul 5–Aug 24). The exhibition is the first comprehensive introduction of Minjung Misul (People’s Art) in Japan.
The 4th Fukuoka Triennale includes internatinal artists along with emerging artists
The 4th Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale 2009: Live and Let Live–Creators of Tomorrow (Sep. 5–Nov. 22 at Fukuoka Asian Art Museum) is held. As the 10th anniversary of the museum’s inauguration, the exhibition introduces both the emerging and internationally established artists.
20099.10 Sri Lanka
Exhibition of Korean sculptor
Kwon Jin Kyu, a retrospoecctive of Korean sculptor, is held at The National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo (Oct. 10–Dec. 6) and Musashino Art University Museum & Library, Tokyo (Oct. 19–Dec. 5), which tours to Deoksugung, National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea (Seoul, Dec. 22–Feb. 28, 2023).
20104.9 Singapore, South Korea
Exhibition of Asian woman artists tours
Women In-Between: Asian Women Artists 1984–2012 is held at Fukuoka Asian Art Museum (Sep. 1–Oct. 21) and tours to Okinawa Prefectural Museum & Art Museum (Nov. 27–Jan. 6, 2013), Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts, Utsunomiya (Jan. 26–Mar. 24), and Mie Prefectural Art Museum (Apr. 13–Jun. 23).
Exhibition of Southeast Asia from the Collection of Singapore Art Museum
Welcome to the Jungle: Contemporary Art in Southeast Asia from the Collection of Singapore Art Museum (Apr. 13–Jun. 16 at Yokohama Museum of Art) is held. The exhibition tours to Contemporary Art Museum, Kumamoto (Oct. 5–Nov. 24) with additional works from the collection of Fukuoka Asian Art Museum.
201311.13 South Korea
Exhibition of official art exhibitions in four East Asian cities, curated by Toshiko Rawanchaikul of Fukuoka Asian Art Museum.
Toward the Modernity: Image of Self & Other in East Asian Art Competitions (Feb. 13–March 18, Fukuoka Asian Art Museum) tours to Fuchu Art Musuem Art （May 14–June 8) and Hyogo Prefectural Museum of Art (June 14–July 21).
The 5th Fukuoka Triennale with a special section of Mongolian painting
The 5th Fukuoka Asian Art Triennale: Panorama of the Next World–Breaking Out into the Future (Sep. 6–Nov. 30 at Fukuoka Asian Art Museum) is held with the special section New Era of Mongolian Painting: From Tradition to Modernity.
Exhibition of Asian artists co-curated by young curators from Japan, Singapore, Australia
Time of Others (Apr. 11–Jun. 28, at Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo) is held, tours to National Museum of Art, Osaka (Jul. 25–Sep. 23), Singapore Art Museum (Nov. 19 Feb. 28, 2016), Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art (Jun. 11–Sep. 18, 2016).
201511 South Korea
20186.16 South Korea
Exhibition of experimental art in Asia co-curated by three Asian museums
Awakenings: Art in Society in Asia 1960s–1990s is held at the National Museum of Modern Art, Tokyo (Oct. 10–Dec. 24), Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Korea (Jan. 31–May 6, 2019), and National Gallery Singapore (Jun. 14–Sep. 15, 2019).
20209.5 South Korea
202111.12 Hong Kong
50175.24 South Korea, Japan
Exhibition of Korean and Japanese art co-curated by two national art museums
A Second Talk: Contemporary Art from Korea and Japan (May 24–Jul. 14 at National Museum of Contemporary Art, Korea) is held and tours to National Museum of Art, Osaka (Aug. 1–Sept. 10), commemoration the Japan-Korean National Exchange Year.
Art in the Reign of King Rama X, exh. cat (Banngkok Art and Culture Center, 2012)
「アジアにめざめたら アートが変わる、世界が変わる 1960-1990年代」図録（東京国立近代美術館、2018年）および同展図録韓国版『세상에 눈뜨다： 아시아 미술과 사회 1960s-1990s』（国立現代美術館、2019年）
Infrastructures: Narratives in Malaysian Art vol. 3 (Kuala Lumpur: Rogue Art, 2016)
Korean Art 1900-2020 (Seoul: National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, 2022)