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  1. Degrees of Paradise, pg 1 Excerpts from exhibition flyer for "Degrees of Paradise: The State of Heaven by Mel Chin", Storefront for Art and Architecture, 1991 (Document) by Chin, Mel (1991)

    Excerpts from exhibition flyer for "Degrees of Paradise: The State of Heaven by Mel Chin" at Storefront for Art and Architecture, New York City, from Sep 13-Oct 26, 1991.

  2. 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.)

  3. Mel Chin Arlan Huang Bing Lee, leaflet, pg 1 Exhibition leaflet for "Mel Chin Arlan Huang Bing Lee", China 2000 Fine Art, 1998 (Document) (1998)

    Exhibition leaflet for "Mel Chin Arlan Huang Bing Lee" at China 2000 Fine Art, New York City, from Sep. 4-Oct. 24, 1998.

  4. Public Art in Chinatown, press release, pg 1 Exhibition press release for "Public Art in Chinatown", Asian American Arts Centre, 1988 (Document) (1988)

    Exhibition press release for "Public Art in Chinatown" at Asian American Arts Centre, New York City, from May 20-Jun. 21, 1988, with artists Mo Bahc, Bill/Mary Buchen, Mel Chin, Ming Fay, Kazuko Miyamoto, Mikyung Kim, Kimiko Kogure, Carol Kumata, Ju Ming, Kyong Park, Toshio Sasaki, Shiro Shinohara, Ritsuko Taho, Kim Tram. (Press release dated: May 10, 1988.)

  5. 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.

  6. Directions, pg 1 Excerpts from exhibition brochure for "Directions: Mel Chin", Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, 1989 (Document) by Chin, Mel (1989)

    Excerpt from exhibition brochure for "Directions: Mel Chin" at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Washington, DC, from Feb 1- Apr 23, 1989. Essay by Ned Rifkin, Chief Curator for exhibitions.

  7. The Opera of Silence The Opera of Silence (Work) by Chin, Mel (1988)

    Materials and Techniques: sculpture

    Subjects: Chin, Mel; drums (membranophones); drumsticks; Tibet (autonomous region)

    Local Subjects: oppression

  8. Proposal: The Garden Where the Wild Grass Obscure the Pearl Pearl Under Straw (Work) by Chin, Mel (1988)

    Materials and Techniques: mixed-media installation

    Subjects: Chin, Mel; Chinatown (neighborhood)

  9. Forgetting Tiananman, Kent State, and Tlatelco Forgetting Tiananman, Kent State, and Tlatelco (Work) by Chin, Mel (1989)

    Materials and Techniques: installation

    Subjects: Chin, Mel; Tian'anmen Square (historic site)

    Local Subjects: political massacre

  10. Inescapable Histories Inescapable Histories (Work) by Chin, Mel (1988)

    Materials and Techniques: mixed media on drywall

    Subjects: Chin, Mel; histories; Israeli; Palestinian; time; West Bank (occupied territory)

  11. Mercury: Principle of Polarity—The Orbital Rebus The Operation of the Sun through the Cult of the Hand (Work) by Chin, Mel (1987)

    Materials and Techniques: mixed media installation

    Subjects: astronomy; Chin, Mel; planets

    Local Subjects: preconceptions; sun

  12. Capp Street Project Exhibition flyer for "Artist-In-Residence: Mel Chin", Capp Street Project, 1992 (Document) by Chin, Mel (1992)

    Exhibition flyer for "Artist-In-Residence: Mel Chin" at Capp Street Project, San Francisco, from May 15-June 27, 1992. (Also on flyer "deFORMATION transFORMATION" with artists Flo Wong and Hilda Shun.)

  13. Mel Chin's Resume, pg 1 Artist Resume, [1987] (Document) by Chin, Mel (0000)
  14. China June 4, 1989..., pg 1 Exhibition postcard for "China: June 4, 1989...", Reinberger Galleries, 1992 (Document) (1992)

    Exhibition postcard for "China: June 4, 1989..." at the Rheinberger Galleries of the Cleveland Institute of Art, from Aug 29-Oct 4, 1992, part of a traveling exhibition, with artists Thomas R. Aprile, Stephen J. Albair, John Amoros Allen, Grimanesa, Luis Cruz Azaceta, Mo Bahc, Ronald Baron, Bety Beaumont, Daniel Bowman, Juan Boza, Manon Briere, James Jay Byler, Luis Camnitzer, Mel Chin and the Concoran School of Art, Julia Nee Chu, Scott Klee Clark, Muriel Colin, Esperanz Cortes, Donna Maria Decreeft, Agnes Denes, David Diao, Roz Dimon, Lotus Do, John Duff, Paul M. Fowler, Woody Fu, Leon Golub, Maria Elena Gonzalez, Edgar Heap of Birds, Robin Hoop Hill, Holly Hughes, Kuan-Chak Hung, Ying S. Hung, Cathy Ishino, Kunio Izuka, Ik-Joong Kang, Byron Kim, Vivienne Koorland, Barbara Kruger, Anna Kuo, Ian Laughin, Anna Lascari, Bing Lee, Ling Ling (Billy Harlem), Donald Lipski, Mary Lum, Dean-I Mei, Erik Morr, Jean Msika, Ming Mur-Ray, Eva Nabexka, Vemita Nemec, Mari Oshima, Franc Palaia, Joyce Parcher, Liliana Porter, Pascal Rodrigo, Red Spot, Andrew Ruhren, James T. Schmidt, Nora Ling-Yun Shih, Pamela Shoemaker, Valerie Sivilli, Jorge Tacla, Rumiko Tsuda and Daniel Georges, Hei Han Khiang, Tim Watkins, Peter White, Martin Wong, Laura Young, Sun Ching Yu, Sofia Zezmer, Hongtu Zhang.

  15. Myrrha P.I.A. Myrrha P.I.A. (Work) by Chin, Mel (1984)

    Materials and Techniques: public installation

    Subjects: Chin, Mel

    Local Subjects: metamorphosis; transformation