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  1. Architecture Project: Bowery #3 Architecture Project: Bowery #3 (Work) by Zhang, Jian-Jun (2004)

    Materials and Techniques: oil on photograph

    Subjects: architecture (discipline); New York (inhabited place)

    Local Subjects: Lower East Side; Zhang, Jian-Jun

  2. Fate (knocking on the door) Fate (knocking on the door) (Work) by Hwang, Eunjung (2002)

    Materials and Techniques: digital video animation

    Subjects: subways; people (agents); fantasy; subway graffiti; New York (inhabited place)

    Local Subjects: Hwang, Eunjung

  3. Scary shoe shineman Scary shoe shineman (Work) by Hwang, Eunjung (2002)

    Materials and Techniques: digital video animation

    Subjects: subways; mops (maintenance tools); women; fear; New York (inhabited place)

    Local Subjects: angels; Hwang, Eunjung; ghosts

  4. Bowey Mission Kimono Bowery Mission Kimono (Work) by Miyamoto, Kazuko (1991)

    Materials and Techniques: charcoal on cotton

    Subjects: kimonos; homelessness; New York (inhabited place); Chinatown (neighborhood)

    Local Subjects: Lower East Side; Miyamoto, Kazuko; community

  5. Tangle Tangle (Work) by Dang, Tai (2006)

    Materials and Techniques: site specific performance

    Subjects: dancers; dance; memory; New York (inhabited place)

    Local Subjects: Dang, Tai

  6. Unraveling Unraveling (Work) by Shin, Jean (2006)

    Materials and Techniques: yarn of sweaters collected from Asian American art community

    Subjects: color; New York (inhabited place); Honolulu (inhabited place); Los Angeles (inhabited place)

    Local Subjects: Shin, Jean; Berkeley; Wahington DC; community

  7. Statement One Year Performance (Work) by Hsieh, Tehching (1981)

    Materials and Techniques: performance

    Subjects: performance art; New York (inhabited place)

  8. Page 1 Article - "A Reporter At Large: Chinatown-II" by Gwen Kinkead, from The New Yorker, 1991 (Document) (0000)

    Article is from The New Yorker, June 17, 1991; About AAAC's relationship to its landlord of 260 Bowery, revealing and illustrating community Chinatown problems