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  1. China: June 4 1989, flyer, pg 1 Exhibition flyer for "China: June 4 1989", Asian American Arts Centre, 1989 (Document) (1989)

    Exhibition flyer for "China: June 4 1989" at Blum Helman Warehouse, New York City, from Oct. 12-Nov. 11, 1989, with artists Mo Bahc, Ken Chu, Billy Harlem, Ik Joong Kang, Anna Kuo, Bing Lee, Martin Wong, Hungtu Zhang. Images on flyer created by Bing Lee.

  2. Martin Wong: The Sunset Park Paintings, flyer, pg 1 Exhibition flyer for "Martin Wong: The Sunset Park Paintings", Semaphore, 1986 (Document) by Wong, Martin (1986)

    Exhibition flyer for "Martin Wong: The Sunset Park Paintings: In Collaboration with Time Photographer Antonio Suarez" at Semaphore, New York City, from Feb. 5-Mar. 1, 1986.

  3. Ten Chinatown: Second Annual, pg 1 Exhibition brochure for "Ten Chinatown: Second Annual Open Studio Exhibition", Asian Arts Institute, 1986 (Document) (1986)

    Exhibition brochure for "Ten Chinatown: Second Annual Open Studio Exhibition" at Asian Arts Institute, New York City, from May 16-25, 1986, with artists Wei Wei Ai, Albert Chong, David Diao, V.C. Igarta, Nina Kuo, Prawat Laucharoen, Bing Lee, Kyung-Lim Lee, Yan Li, Tetsu Okuhara, Toshio Saski, Alvin Tada, Vivian Tsao, Martin Wong, and Chihung Yang.

  4. China, June 4 brochure, pg 1 Excerpts from exhibition brochure for "China—June 4, 1989", Buckham Gallery, 1994 (Document) (1994)

    Exhibition brochure for "China—June 4, 1989" at Buckham Gallery, Flint, Michigan, form Oct 7-Nov 26, 1994, marking the massacre in Tiananmen Square in Beijing.

  5. China, June 4 press release, pg 1 Exhibition press release for "China—June 4, 1989", Buckham Gallery, 1994 (Document) (1994)

    Exhibition press release for "China—June 4, 1989" at Buckham Gallery, Flint, Michigan, form Oct 7-Nov 26, 1994, marking the massacre in Tiananmen Square in Beijing. (Press release dated: Oct 1, 1994.)

  6. Sweet Oblivion: The Urban Landscape of Martin Wong, flyer, pg 1 Flyer for exhibition preview "Sweet Oblivion: The Urban Landscape of Martin Wong", New Museum of Contemporary Art, 1998 (Document) by Wong, Martin (1998)

    Flyer for exhibition preview "Sweet Oblivion: The Urban Landscape of Martin Wong" at New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York City, on May 28, 1998.

  7. Artist's Resume Artist Resume (Document) by Wong, Martin (0000)
  8. Ten Chinatown, First Annual press release Exhibition press release for "Ten Chinatown: Asian Arts Institute's First Annual Open Studio Exhibition", Asian Arts Institute, 1985 (Document) (1985)

    Exhibition press release for "Ten Chinatown: Asian Arts Institute's First Annual Open Studio Exhibition" at Asian Arts Institute, New York City. from June 29-30, 1985. Artists participating in the group exhibition: Ai Wei Wei, Santiago Bose, Amy Cheng, Ming Chip Fung, Hugo Kobayashi, Kwok Mang Ho, Cissy Pao, Vivian Tsao, Martin Wong, and Charles Yuen. Artists participating with open studios: John Duff, Kunie Sugiura, Yu Min Gu, Jerry Kwan, Tom Butter, Woong Kim, David Sipress, Elise Siegel, and Arlan Huang.

  9. Ten Chinatown, First Annual brochure, pg 1 Exhibition brochure for "Ten Chinatown: Asian Arts Institute's First Annual Open Studio Exhibition", Asian Arts Institute, 1985 (Document) (1985)

    Exhibition brochure for "Ten Chinatown: Asian Arts Institute's First Annual Open Studio Exhibition" at Asian Arts Institute, New York City, from June 29-30, 1985. Artists participating in the group exhibition: Ai Wei Wei, Santiago Bose, Amy Cheng, Ming Chip Fung, Hugo Kobayashi, Kwok Mang Ho, Cissy Pao, Vivian Tsao, Martin Wong, and Charles Yuen. Artists participating with open studios: John Duff, Kunie Sugiura, Yu Min Gu, Jerry Kwan, Tom Butter, Woong Kim, David Sipress, Elise Siegel, and Arlan Huang.

  10. The Annunciation According to Mikey Pinero The Annunciation According to Mikey Pinero (Work) by Wong, Martin (1984)

    Materials and Techniques: acrylic on canvas

    Subjects: Wong, Martin; letters (signs); men (male humans); prisons; text (layout feature)

    Local Subjects: race relations

  11. Blue Voices Blue Voices (Work) by Wong, Martin

    Materials and Techniques: acrylic on canvas

    Subjects: hands (animal components); language (verbal communication); letters (signs); Wong, Martin

  12. Sharp & Dottie Sharp & Dottie (Work) by Wong, Martin (1983)

    Materials and Techniques: acrylic on canvas

    Subjects: Wong, Martin; deterioration; love; men (male humans); urban environments; women

  13. Parents Parents (Work) by Wong, Martin (1982)

    Materials and Techniques: acrylic on canvas

    Subjects: Wong, Martin; men (male humans)

    Local Subjects: Chinese elements

  14. Down for the Count Down for the Count (Work) by Wong, Martin (1985)

    Materials and Techniques: acrylic on canvas

    Subjects: Wong, Martin; boxers (athletes); boys; firefighters; men (male humans)

  15. (Title Unknown) (Title Unknown) (Work) by Wong, Martin (1985)

    Materials and Techniques: acrylic on canvas

    Subjects: Wong, Martin; flags; motorcycles