Globalizing Contemporary Art: The Art World's New Internationalism

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1 Buergel, Roger; Noack, Ruth: Documents 12 Katalog/Catalogue, 2007, documenta Veranstalungs GmbH and Taschen GmbH, p. 208.

2 Baker, George; Müller, Christian Philipp: “A Balancing Act” in October, Autumn, 1997, pp. 94-118.

3 Jantjes, Gavin; Wilson, Sarah: Final Report. The Institute of New International Visual Arts, 1991, London Arts Board; Arts Council, p. 7 (emphasis added).

4 Tawadros, Gilane: “Acknowledgements” in Fisher, Jean (ed.): Global Visions: Towards a New Internationalism in the Visual Arts, 1994, Kala Press and InIVA, p. ix.

5 The speakers were (alphabetically ordered): Rasheed Araeen, Gordon Bennett, Jimmie Durham, Hal Foster, Hou Hanru, Geta Kapur, Raiji Kuroda, Sarat Maharaj, Gerardo Mosquera, Everlyn Nicodemus, Olu Oguibe, Guillermo Santamarina, Elisabeth Sussman, Gilane Tawadros, Fred Wilson, and Judith Wilson.

6 Araeen, Rasheed: “New Internationalism Or the Multiculturalism of Global Bantustans” in Fisher (ed.): op. cit., 1994, pp. 3-11, p. 3.

7 Araeen: “A New Beginning: Beyond Postcolonial Cultural Theory and Identity Politics” (2000) in Araeen; Cubitt; Sardar (eds.): The Third Text Reader, 2002, Continuum, pp. 333-345, p. 4.

8 Santamarina, Guillermo: “Recodifying a Non-existent Field” in Fisher (ed.): op. cit, 1994, pp. 20-27, p. 25.

9 Hou Hanru: “Entropy; Chinese Artists, Western Art Institutions, a New Internationalism” in Fisher (ed.): op. cit, 1994, pp. 79-88, p. 79.

10 Hou: op. cit., 1994, p. 80.

11 http://www.hkw.de/en/hkw/selbstdarstellung/anfang.php (accessed Jan. 2 2010, emphasis added).

12 http://universes-in-universe.de/english.htm (accessed Jan. 2 2010).

13 Laclau, Ernesto and Mouffe, Chantal: Hegemony and Socialist Strategy, 2001 (1985), Verso.

14 Torfing, Jacob: New Theories of Discourse, 1999, Blackwell Publishers, p. 102.

15 In Orientalism, Edward Said acknowledges Michel Foucault’ s influence on his ability to analyze the discourse of Orientalism. Said, Edward: Orientalism, 1995 (1978), Penguin Books.

16 Appadurai, Arjun: Modernity at Large: Cultural Dimensions of Globalization, 1996, University of Minnesota; Tomlinson, John: Globalization and Culture, 1999, Polity Press; Robertson, Roland: Globalization: Social Theory and Global Culture, 1992, SAGE.

17 Robertson, Roland: “Glocalization: Time-Space and Homogeneity-Heterogeneity” in Featherstone; Lash; Robetson: Global Modernities, 1995, SAGE, pp. 25-44, p. 27.

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