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  1. Those Who Speak Essay "Those Who Speak and Ones That Listen" from exhibition catalog, Who Killed the Queen?, 1998 (Document) by Marks, China (1998)

    Essay "Those Who Speak and Ones That Listen" by China Marks from exhibition catalog for "Who Killed the Queen?" at Tomasulo Gallery, Cranford, from Sep 25-Oct 29, 1998.

  2. Marks text, pg 1 Excerpts by China Marks from exhibition catalog, Who Killed the Queen?, 1998 (Document) by Marks, China (1998)

    Excerpts by China Marks from exhibition catalog for "Who Killed the Queen?" at Tomasulo Gallery, Cranford, from Sep 25-Oct 29, 1998.

  3. Ferguson intro, pg 1 Introduction by Robert Ferguson to exhibition catalog, Who Killed the Queen?, 1998 (Document) by Marks, China (1998)

    Introduction by Robert Ferguson to exhibition catalog for "Who Killed the Queen?" at Tomasulo Gallery, Cranford, from Sep 25-Oct 29, 1998.

  4. FAQ, pg 1 FAQ by China Marks from exhibition catalog, Who Killed the Queen?, 1998 (Document) by Marks, China (1998)

    FAQ by China Marks from exhibition catalog for "Who Killed the Queen?" at Tomasulo Gallery, Cranford, from Sep 25-Oct 29, 1998.

  5. World Made Flesh, pg 1 Excerpts from exhibition guide for "A World Made Flesh", Morris Museum, 1987 (Document) by Marks, China (1987)

    Excerpts from exhibition guide for "The Parallel World, Part Two, A World Made Flesh" at the Morris Museum, Morristown, from June 7-Aug 7, 1987.

  6. Fractured Fairytales, brochure, pg 1 Exhibition brochure for "Fractured Fairytales: The 16th Annual Show", Asian American Arts Centre, 2006 (Document) (2006)

    Exhibition brochure for "Fractured Fairytales: Asian American Arts Centre 16th Annual Show" at Asian American Arts Centre, New York City, from Dec 8, 2006-Jan 18, 2007, with artists Jon Cuyson, Saeri Kiritani, China Marks, Naoe Suzuki, and Jan-Ru Wan.

  7. Under Her Hands, pg 1 Essay "Under Her Hands" by Bill North in exhibition catalog, Let Me Show You the World, 2007 (Document) by Marks, China (2007)

    Exhibition held at Marianna Kistler Beach Museum of Art, Kansas, from Oct. 21-Dec. 16, 2007.

  8. Artist Statement, pg 1 Artist Statement(s) (Document) by Marks, China (0000)
  9. China Mark's Resume, pg 2 Artist Resume, [2007] (Document) by Marks, China (0000)
  10. Winter in China Winter in China (Work) by Marks, China (2002)

    Materials and Techniques: sewn drawing

    Local Subjects: Mao Zedong; Marks, China; political massacre

  11. A Fool Killing Time (Motorized) A Fool Killing Time (Motorized) (Work) by Marks, China

    Materials and Techniques: mixed-media sculpture

    Subjects: sitting; time

    Local Subjects: Marks, China

  12. Intimations of a Parallel World Intimations of a Parallel World I (Work) by Marks, China (1986)

    Materials and Techniques: mixed-media installation

    Subjects: battles; men (male humans)

    Local Subjects: Marks, China; body

  13. Myth Made Flesh Myth Made Flesh (Work) by Marks, China (1987)

    Materials and Techniques: mixed media

    Subjects: men (male humans); pain (sensation)

    Local Subjects: Annunciation; Marks, China; body

  14. Who Do You Love? Who Do You Love? (Work) by Marks, China (2006)

    Materials and Techniques: sewn drawing

    Subjects: Victorian; gender issues; love; men (male humans); women

    Local Subjects: Marks, China; beasts; samurai

  15. Behold the Messenger Raw and Cooked Behold the Messenger Raw and Cooked (Work) by Marks, China (2006)

    Materials and Techniques: sewn drawing

    Subjects: men (male humans); messengers

    Local Subjects: Marks, China; future

  16. Fractured Fairytales flyer, pg 1 Exhibition postcard for "Fractured Fairytales", Asian American Arts Centre, 2006-2007 (Document) (2006)

    Exhibition postcard for "Fractured Fairytales: Asian American Arts Centre 16th Annual Show" at Asian American Arts Centre, New York City, from Dec 8, 2006-Jan 18, 2007, with artists Jon Cuyson, Saeri Kiritani, China Marks, Naoe Suzuki, and Jan-Ru Wan.

  17. Death Comes for Lord Honey-Tongue Death Comes for Lord Honey-Tongue (Work) by Marks, China (2003)

    Materials and Techniques: sewn drawing

    Subjects: deaths; men (male humans); skull (skeleton component)

    Local Subjects: Marks, China; fairies; ghosts

  18. Liar Liar (Work) by Marks, China (1989)

    Materials and Techniques: mixed-media sculpture

    Local Subjects: Marks, China; Pinocchio