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The Australasian Network for Asian Art (an4aa) is a group of researchers including academics and curators from Australia and New Zealand working in the field of Asian art and visual culture. The Network and its affiliated listserv serve as a platform to share research, promote events and exhibitions, foster a scholarly community, cultivate interest, and act as a vehicle for advocacy.

Guan Wei, Detail from Feng Shui, 2004. Acrylic on composite board. Museum of Contemporary Art, donated through the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program by Cromwell Diversified Property Trust. Reproduced courtesy of the artist.

Upcoming Events & Announcements

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Now in its fifth year Asian Art Research Now has now become the flagship event of the Australasian Network for Asian Art (an4aa), a collegial group of Australian and New Zealand researchers who have come together to strengthen a sense of scholarly community in this field. An4aa's objective is to highlight the vitality and immediacy of Asian art research being undertaken by emerging scholars, and showcase the work of recent PhD graduates and current PhD students. The day-long

workshop seeks to foster supportive critique and generate conversations across institutional boundaries, as well as those of geography and temporality within the field of Asian art history.

IMAGE: Wearing Whiteness, Thao Nguyen



© 2022 Australasian Network for Asian Art

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