Weekend Reading List

A special list curated by Asia Art Archive

Yang Jiechang, Tale of the 11th Day – Blue III (detail), 2011, ink and mineral colours on silk mounted on canvas, 80 x 150 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Jeanne Bucher Jaeger, Paris; photograph: David Bordes

Yang Jiechang, Tale of the 11th Day – Blue III (detail), 2011, ink and mineral colours on silk mounted on canvas, 80 x 150 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Jeanne Bucher Jaeger, Paris; photograph: David Bordes

Yang Jiechang, Tale of the 11th Day – Blue III (detail), 2011, ink and mineral colours on silk mounted on canvas, 80 x 150 cm. Courtesy: the artist and Jeanne Bucher Jaeger, Paris; photograph: David Bordes

Asia Art Archive is a Hong Kong based library and archive project collecting the recent history of art in Asia. On 24th March frieze deputy editor Amy Sherlock will be interviewing artist Zheng Bo as part of their public programme, 'Under the Influence'  in which artists discuss the books that have shaped their practice. Ahead of this event we have invited AAA to curate a reading list:

is a non-profit library and archive of Asian art based in Hong Kong, China.

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