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Editor's Letter

Things Fall Apart; 

The Center Cannot Hold

Over the past decade, Asian and Pacific artists have received increasing attention from events and institutions that have long reflected the viewpoint of a presiding Euro-American cultural establishment. The current presence of these artists in curated exhibitions as well as at newly-established national pavilions at the Venice Biennale speaks both to the relevance of art from the Asia Pacific today and the disintegration of the very notion of establishment itself. Instead, East, West and all points in between are closer than ever to operating on the same platform, aided by
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