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  1. Gang's All Here, pg 1 Exhibition flyer for "Tseng Kwong Chi: The Gang's All Here: New York in the Eighties", Julie Saul Gallery, 1997 (Document) by Tseng, Kwong Chi (1997)

    Exhibition flyer for "Tseng Kwong Chi: The Gang's All Here: New York in the Eighties" at Julie Saul Gallery, New York City from Sep 10-Oct 11, 1997 with texts by Ann Magnuson and Richard Martin.

  2. Memorial Service Announcement (front) Memorial service announcement for Tseng Kwong Chi, Paula Cooper Gallery, 1990 (Document) by Tseng, Kwong Chi (1990)

    Invitation to memorial service for Tseng Kwong Chi at Paula Cooper Gallery, New York City, on April 23, 1990.

  3. The Accidental Ambassador Article "The Accidental Ambassador" by Grady T. Turner in Art in America, March 1997 (Document) by Tseng, Kwong Chi (1997)

    http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m1248/is_n3_v85/ai_19223718/

  4. SITEseeing, pg 1 Exhibition flyer for "SITEseeing", Whitney Museum of Art, Federal Reserve Plaza, 1991 (Document) by Tseng, Kwong Chi (1991)

    Flyer for performances and exhibition "SITEseeing: Travel and Tourism in Contemporary Art" at Whitney Museum of Art, Downtown at Federal Reserve Plaza, from Apr 2-June7, 1991.

  5. Slut for Art, pg 1 Dance performance fliers for "SLUT FOR ART", 1999 (Document) by Tseng, Kwong Chi (1999)

    Fliers for dance theater work by Muna Tseng and Ping Chong based on the life and art of photographer Tseng Kwong Chi.

  6. One eye or Two?, postcard, pg 1 Exhibition postcard for "One eye or Two?", Asian Arts Institute, 1988 (Document) (1988)

    Exhibition postcard for "One eye or Two?" at Asian Arts Institute, New York City, from Dec. 4, 1987-Jan. 6, 1988, with artists E'wao Kagoshima, Bing Lee, Tseng Kwong Chi.

  7. Tseng Kwong Chi: A Retrospective Exhibition brochure for "Tseng Kwong Chi: A Retrospective," Philadelphia Art Alliance, 2002 (Document) by Tseng, Kwong Chi (2002)

    Exhibition brochure for "Tseng Kwong Chi: A Retrospective" at the Philadelphia Art Alliance, from March 19-May 5, 2002, Curated by Amy Ingrid Schlegel.

  8. One Eye or Two?  press release, pg 1 Exhibition press release for "One Eye or Two?", Asian Arts Institute, 1987-1988 (Document) (1987)

    Exhibition press release for "One Eye or Two?" at Asian Arts Institute, New York City, from Dec 4, 1987 - Jan 6, 1988, with artists E'wao Kagoshima, Bing Lee, and Tseng Kwong Chi.

  9. We Count press release, pg 1 Exhibition press release for "We Count! The State of Asian Pacific America", Tweed Gallery, 1993 (Document) (1993)

    Exhibition press release for "We Count! The State of Asian Pacific America" at the Tweed Gallery, New York City, from May 10-31, 1993, with artists Rashid Arshed, Kip Fulback, Kitty Katz, Yeong Gill Kim, Marcelo Krasilcic, Vijay Kumar, Dinh Le, Sang Kyoon Noh, Alfronso Ossorio, Yin Peet, Rudjen Roldan, Halide Salam, Roger Shimomura, Sikay Tang, Kwong Chi Tseng, Toyo Tsuchiya, Dolly Unithan, Charles Yuen, and Zarina. Curated by Robert Lee.

  10. One Eye or Two? pg 1 Exhibition flyer for "One Eye or Two?", Asian Arts Institute, 1987 (Document) (1987)

    Exhibition flyer for "One Eye or Two?" at Asian Arts Institute, New York City, from Dec 4, 1987 - Jan 6, 1988, with artists E'wao Kagoshima, Bing Lee, and Tseng Kwong Chi.

  11. Grand Canyon, Arizona Grand Canyon, Arizona (Work) by Tseng, Kwong Chi (1987)

    Materials and Techniques: gold-toned sepia gelatin sliver print

    Subjects: Grand Canyon (valley); identity; landscapes (representations); self-portraits; tourism; Tseng, Kwong Chi

    Local Subjects: displacement; Mao suit; western icons

  12. Monument Valley, Arizona Monument Valley, Arizona (Work) by Tseng, Kwong Chi (1987)

    Materials and Techniques: gold-toned sepia gelatin silver print

    Subjects: identity; landscapes (representations); Monument Valley (valley); self-portraits; tourism; Tseng, Kwong Chi

    Local Subjects: displacement; Mao suit; western icons