Shifting the Angle

Reframing “Asian American” from the Southern Hemisphere

in Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas
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Shifting the Angle

Reframing “Asian American” from the Southern Hemisphere

in Asian Diasporic Visual Cultures and the Americas

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Figures

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    Joaquin Torres Garcia, “America Inverted” (1943) Ink on paper. Joaquin Torres Garcia Foundation, Montevideo, Uruguay.

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    Program cover. New York University Buenos Aires and Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires Colloquium on “Intersections between East Asia and South America: Transnational Formations in Contemporary Literature and Visual Culture.” Buenos Aires, Argentina. May 2014.

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    Guillermo Ueno, Untitled, 2004. Color photography Permanent collection of the Museo de Arte Latinoamericano de Buenos Aires (MALBA), Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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    Guillermo Ueno, Untitled, 2011. Black and white photography Artist’s collection, Burzaco, Argentina.

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    Guillermo Ueno, Untitled, 2011. Black and white photography Artist’s collection, Burzaco, Argentina.

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    Guillermo Ueno, Untitled, Black and white photography Artist’s collection, Japan/Argentina.

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    Guillermo Ueno, Untitled, Black and white photography Artist’s collection, Japan/Argentina.

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    Guillermo Ueno, Untitled. Black and white photography Artist’s collection, Japan/Argentina.

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    Maximiliano Matayoshi, Untitled, 2012. Direct capture, film photography, medium format. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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    Maximiliano Matayoshi, Untitled, 2012. Direct capture, film photography, medium format. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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    Maximiliano Matayoshi, Untitled, 2012. Direct capture, film photography, medium format. Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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