Southeast Asian Modern Art
Southeast Asian Modern Art tells us: Southeast Asia is a diverse and colorful region. The multiple influences of Hinduism, Buddhism, Islamism, Christianity and Worship of God derived from the ancient civilizations of India, China and Arabia, together with the Western culture and system left behind by the European colonial rulers, met here, collided and merged , It constitutes the unique appearance of modern art in Southeast Asia. The development of modern art in Southeast Asia has been influenced by the schools of Western modern art, but it is rooted in the nutrients of the historical transformation, geographical environment, traditional culture and religious beliefs in Southeast Asia. Southeast Asian Modern Art explores the relationship between the development of Southeast Asian art and the interaction between modern art and the entire regional scene. From the perspective of nationalism and self-
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KWOK, Kian Chow and CHOW, Yian Ping, "东南亚现代美术" (2006). Research Collection School of Social Sciences. Paper 2401.
Available at: http://ink.library.smu.edu.sg/soss_research/2401
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