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Dream makers: The Mansudae Art Studio commissions in their local and global contexts

Endnotes

1 Terry Smith, What is Contemporary Art?, University of Chicago Press, Chicago, 2009, pp.1–2.

2 Boris Groys, ‘Utopian mass culture’, in Boris Groys and Max Hollein (eds), Dream Factory Communism: The Visual Culture of the Stalin Era, Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern, Germany, 2003, p.26.

3 Max Hollein, ‘Foreword’, in Groys and Hollein, p.7.

4 Groys, in Groys and Hollein, p.26.

5 Lee Ufan, ‘Korean decorative painting’, in Korean Dreams: Paintings and Screens of the Joseon Dynasty [exhibition catalogue], Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, 2008, p.24.

6 Michel Poivert, ‘Appearances’, in Philippe Chancel and Michel Poivert, North Korea [exhibition catalogue], Thames and Hudson, London, 2006, pp.7–8.

7 Homi Bhabha, ‘Draw the curtain’, in Iraninan Photography Now, Hatje Cantz Verlag, Ostfildern, Germany, 2008, p.6.

8 Choe Chang Ho, artist statement provided to Nicholas Bonner, October 2009.

9 Im Hyok, artist statement provided to Nicholas Bonner, October 2009.

10 Jang Hue Ro, artist statement provided to Nicholas Bonner, October 2009.

11 Rim Ho Chol, artist statement provided to Nicholas Bonner, October 2009.

 

Paper presented by Suhanya Raffel, Curatorial Manager, Asian and Pacific Art, Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art, at the APT6 Exhibition Symposium, Gallery of Modern Art, 6 December 2009.

The DPRK presentation in APT6 was co-organised by Nicholas Bonner and Suhanya Raffel, Curatorial Manager, Asian and Pacific Art, Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art.


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