Organized by Hou Hanru and Hans Ulrich Obrist and featured in locations across Europe between 1997 and 1999, the groundbreaking exhibition Cities on the Move highlighted an evolving understanding of modernism based on the post–World War II cities of East and Southeast Asia. Curating a visual experience that mimicked the controlled chaos of late-twentieth-century Asian cities, the show brought together more than 150 artists and architects in an attempt to identify hybrids and commonalities in a pan-Asian cultural development that arose in the wake of colonialism and the Cold War, and has continued into the age of “hypercities”1 like Bangkok, Hong Kong, Kaula Lampur, and Tokyo. In discussing the development...
A City on the Move: Contemporary Photography in Bandung, West Java
Brian Arnold is a photographer and writer based in Ithaca, New York. He currently works with the American Institute for Indonesian Studies developing arts programming between the United States and Indonesia. His photographs and books are held in a number of public collections, including the Cleveland Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary Photography, the Indonesian Visual Arts Archive, the George Eastman Museum, and the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra.
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Brian Arnold; A City on the Move: Contemporary Photography in Bandung, West Java. Afterimage 1 December 2019; 46 (4): 19–37. doi: https://doi.org/10.1525/aft.2019.464003
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