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Huang Yong Ping

Solo Exhibition Catalogues and Monographs
Azoulay, Audrey and Sylvie Hubac. Huang Yong Ping, Monumenta 16: Empires. France: Rmn-Grand Palais Publications, 2016.
Huang Yong Ping Baton Serpent III: Spur Track to the Left. Shanghai: Power Station Art, 2016.
Francois, Jullien. Our Worlds in Tongues. Paris: Klincksieck, 2016. 
Memorandum: Bat Project I, II, III, 2001-2004. Köln: Buchhandlung Walther König and Museum Ludwig, 2016.
Huang Yong Ping: Bâton Serpent. Milan: Mousse Publishing, Kamel Mennour, 2015. 
Wu Zei: Huang Yong Ping. Paris: Kamel Mennour and Nouveau Musée de Monaco Villa Paloman, 2011.
Huang Yong Ping: Myths, Galerie Kamel Mennour, Paris.
Pantheon: Huang Yong Ping, Centre international d'art et du paysage de l'île de Vassivière, Silvana editoriale, Milan.
Huang Yong Ping: Ping Pong, Astrup Fearnley Museet for Moderne Kunst,  Philippe Vergne, and Gunnar Kvaran.
Huang Yong Ping, edited by Francesco Bonami, Electa, Milan.
House of Oracles: A Huang Yong Ping Retrospective, Walker Art Center. Vergne, Phillippe and Chong, Doryun, ed.
Huang Yong Ping, Travel Guide for 2000-2046, CCA Kitakyoshu.
Huang Yong Ping Cahier, interview Hans-Ulrich Obrist, Flux, Paris.
Huang Yong Ping, texts by Evelyne Jouanno and Hou Hanru, De Appel Foundation, Amsterdam.
Trois Pas - Neuf Traces, texts by Fei Dawei, Yan Bailleul, Karen Faure Comte, and Valérie Hervieu, Ateliers d’Artistes de la Ville de Marseille, Marseille.
Huang Yong Ping, introduction by Jean-Hubert Martin. interview with Huang Yong Ping and Philippe Garcia de la Rosa, Musée National des Arts d’Afrique et d’Océanie, Paris.
La Maison d’augures 1989-1992, Galerie Froment & Putman, Paris.
Group Exhibition Catalogues and General Publications
Art and China after 1989: Theater of the World. New York: Guggenheim, 2017.
Artistes et Architecture: Dimensions variables. Paris: Editions du Pavillon de l’Arsenal, 2015.
Lévy, Bernard-Henri. Les aventures de la vérité. Paris: Grasset, 2013.
Steeds, Lucy. Making Art Global (Part 2), ‘Magiciens de la Terre’ 1989. London: Afterall, 2013.
To Be With Art is All We Ask: Astrup Fearnley Museet. Oslo: Astrup Fearnley, 2012.
Song Dong: Dad and Mom, Don’t Worry About Us, We Are All Well. New York: DAP and YBCA, 2011.
Mapping the Studio: Artists from the François Pinault Collection, eds. Gingeras, Alison and Bonami, Francesco, Palazzo Grassi, Venice, 2009.
Traces du Sacré, Le Centre Pompidou, Paris.
God & Goods: Spiritualità e Confusione di Massa/Spirituality and Mass Confusion, Villa Manin Centro d’Arte Contemporanea, Codroipo, Italy, pp. 92-94.
Ice Cream, Phaidon Press Limited, London.
10th International Istanbul Biennial, Istanbul Kültür Sanat Vakfi.
On the Edge, text by Britta Erickson, timezone 8, Hong Kong.
Vitamin D: New Perspectives in Drawing, Phaidon Press, New York, 2005.
Shanghai Biennal 2000, Shanghai Art Museum, pp. 86-89.
Unnatural Science, text by John Ackerman, MASS MoCA, Massachusetts, pp. 58-61, 122. 
La Beauté, Mission 2000 en France, p. 90.
Over the edges, S.M.A.K Stedelijk Museum voor Actuele Kunst, Gantt, pp. .134-137.
Zeitwenden, interview with Jean-Hubert Martin, Kunst Museum Bonn, Mustum Moderner Kunst Stifung Ludwig Wien, pp. 144-147.
Kunst Welten im Dialog, text by Evelyne Jouanno, Museum Ludwig Köln, pp. 416-419.
Inside Out: New Chinese Art, San Francisco Art and Asia Society Galleries, New York, plate 15-16.
The Sultan’s Pool: International Project Art Focus 3, Jerusalem, p. 20.
Passage: New French Art, text by Yuko Hasegawa, Setagaya Art Museum.
Global Conceptualism: Points of Origin 1950s-1980s, texte by Gao Minglu, Queens Museum of Art, New York, pp. 126, 134, 135, 220.
VOC Handle with Care: Huang Yong Ping and Yang Mao-Lin, interview with Yang Wen I, Venice, pp. 18-37.
Jean-Pierre Bertrand, Huang Yong Ping, text by Hou Hanru, 48th edition of the Venice Biennial, French Pavilion, AFAA, p. 1-64.
48e  Biennale di Venezia, Venice, pp. 46-51, pp. 244-245.
Gare de l’Est, interview with Hou Hanru, Casino du Luxembourg, Luxembourg, pp. 58-63.
Cream, text by Francesco Bonami, Phaidon press, pp. 192-195.
Unfinished History, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, pp. 72-75.
The Hugo Boss Prize’ 98, text by Joan Young, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York, pp. 42-51.
êtrenature, Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, pp. 75-85.
La collection de la Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, text by Hélène Kelmachter, Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, pp. 142-147.
Cities on the Move, Secession de Vienne (Autriche) & Capc, Musée d’Art Contemporain, Bordeaux, 1997-98, p. 24.
97 Kwangju Biennial, Kwangju, South Korea, pp. 408-409.
2nd Johannesburg Biennial, Johannesburg, pp. 334-335.
In Between Limits, text by Fei Dawei, Sonje Museum of Contemporary Art, Kyungiu, pp. 55-65.
Truce : Echoes of Art in an Age of Endless Conclusions, text by Francesco Bonami, Site Santa Fe, Santa Fe, pp. 20, 34, 35.
Verpachtetes Erbe, text by Martina Köppel Yang, Museum für Kunsthandwerk, Frankfurt, p. 10 .
Sculpture Projects in Münster 1997, Westfälisches Landesmuseum, Münster, pp. 222- 225.
Parisien(ne)s, Institute of International Visual Arts, Camden Arts Centre, London, p. 24-26.
Face à l’Histoire 1933-1996, text by Hou Hanru Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, pp. 550, 579.
Linien & Zeichen, text by Hou Hanru, Kunstlerhaus Bethanien, Berlin, pp. 38-43.
Inklusion : Exklusion, text by Hou Hanru, Streirisher herbst, Graz, pp. 228-233.
Manifesta 1, Foundation European Art Manifestation, Rotterdam, pp. 30-31.
6 Triennale Kleinplastik, Südwest L.B. Forum, Stuttgart.
Ripple Across the Water, Watari-um, The Watari Museum of Contemporary Art,Tokyo, pp. 140-144.
Des del Pais del Centre: avantguardes artistiques xineses, text by Huang Du,Centre d’Art Santa Monica, Barcelona, pp. 47-53.
Unser Jahrhundert Menschenbilder-Bilderwelten, Museum Ludwig, Cologne, p. 109.
Asian, text by Fei Dawei, Fundazione Mudima, Venice, pp. 43-57.
Heart of Darkness, Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, pp. 126-131.
Fondation Cartier: A Collection, text by Véronique Baton, The National Museum of Contemporary Art Korea, Seoul, Korea and Fondation Cartier pour l’Art Contemporain, Paris, pp. 126-131.
Paper Art, text by Andreas Schmid, Leopold Hoesch Museum, Düren, pp. 129, 188-193.
Out of the Centre, text by Hou Hanru, Porin Taidemuseo, Pori, Finland, pp. 8, 13-14, 36-41.
Photographies d’une collection, Caisse des Dépôts et Consignations, Paris, pp. 68-73,175.
Fragment Memory, the Chinese Avant-garde in Exile, text by Julia F. Andrews, Wexner Center for the Arts, The Ohio State University, Columbus, pp. 24-27.
Rendez (-) Vous, Museum Van Hedendaagse Kunst, Gantt.
Silent Energy, text by Hou Hanru, The Museum of Modern Art, Oxford, pp. 16-17.
Interventions sur collection, Musée de l’Assistance Publique, Hôpitaux de Paris, Paris.
China Avant-Garde, text by Andreas Schmid, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin, pp. 132-139.
Resistances, interview with Jean-Hubert Martin, The Watari Museum of Contemporary Art, Watari-Um, Tokyo, pp. 25-33.
Small Medium Large: Lifesize, interview by Hou Hanru, Museo d’Arte Contemporanea, Prato, pp.87-92.
The Carnegie International 1991, text by Mark Francis, The Carnegie Museum of Art, Pittsburgh, Vol. 1, pp. 86-87 and Vol. 2, p. 52.
Carte blanche à André Magnin, text by André Magnin, Galerie Froment & Putman, Paris, pp. 5-7.
Chine demain pour hier, interview with Jérôme Sans, Pourrières, Les Domaines de l’Art, Pourrières (Var), pp. 68-71.
Magiciens de la terre, Centre Georges Pompidou, Grande Halle de la Villette, Paris, pp. 152-153.
China Avant-Garde, Palais National des Beaux-Arts, Peking, p. 9.
Xiamen 86: Néo- Dada exposl, p. 21.
General Art Books
Defining Contemporary Art – 25 years in 200 pivotal artworks. London: Phaidon, 2011.
Komrij, Gerrit. Kunst Wonderen. Amsterdam: De Bezige Big, 2011.
Qu’est-ce que La Sculpture Aujourd’hui? Caroline Cross, Beaux Arts. Editions.
Ed. Boutoux, Thomas. Hans Ulrich Obrist Interviews., Volume 1.: Edizioni Charta: Milan, 2003.
Hanru, Hou. On the Mid-Ground. Selected texts edited by Yu Hsiao-Hwei. Timezone 8 Limited: Hong Kong, 2002.
Huang Yong Ping,” Kunst Bulletin, 1995.
“Huang Yong Ping Chinese and Laundry, Chen Zhen Field of waste,” The New Museum Views.
“A fructuf incoherence,” Kunst Bulletin.
Selected Articles and Reviews
“Exhibition presents an important historical work by Huang Yong Ping for the first time in New York,” ArtDaily, May 3, 2018.
“French Art Museum Discovers Half of its Collection are Fakes,” Frieze, May 1, 2018.
Hill, Eli. “Artworks removed from the Guggenheim New York after animal cruelty allegations will go on display in Bilbao,” Artsy, May 1, 2018.
McGivern, Hannah. “Controversial animal works pulled from Guggenheim New York will go on show on show in Bilbao,” The Art Newspaper, May 1, 2018. 
Hutton, Belle and Daisy Woodward. “Brilliant Things To Do in May,” Another Magazine, May 1, 2018.
Heuendorf, Henrii. “The Guggenheim Bibao Will Show Two Controversial Animal Works That Were Pulled From Its Chinese Art Survey in New York,” artnet News, April 30, 2018.
Forman, Sarah. “How Marcel Duchamp Impacted Contemporary Chinese Artists,” Artsy,April 27, 2018.
“Huang Yong Ping is Back in NY at Gladstone After Notorious Censorship at the Guggenheim,” Blouin Artinfo, April 10, 2018.
Kinsella, Eileen. “Chinese Artist Huang Yong Ping Returns to New York for His First Show After the Guggenheim’s Animal Rights Controversy,” artnet News, April 4, 2018.
Jones, Darren. “A Dog in the Fight: The Exploitation of Animals in Art,” Artslant,January 26, 2018.
“Let the Art Marathon Begin: Here’s a Comprehensive List of All the Biennials and Triennials in 2018,” artnet News, January 3, 2018.
Farago, Jason. “The Best Art of 2017,” The New York Times, December 6, 2017.
Cascone, Sarah. “The Getty Villa Is Doing an Art Show Inspired by Plato – and Yes, It Includes Jeff Koon’s ‘Play-Doh’,” artnet News, November 15, 2017.
Huang, Banyi. “Art and China after 1989: Theater of the World,” The Brooklyn Rail, November 2, 2017.
Cheng, Scarlet. “After Guggenheim removed animal-related pieces from ‘Art and China,’ what’s left? More questions,” Los Angeles Times, October 27, 2017.
“How China’s artists made sense of their country,” The Economist, October 26, 2017.
D’Arcy, David. “Plenty to chew on: on Thearte of the World at the Guggenheim,” The Art Newspaper, October 18, 2017.
Scott, Andrea K. “Art: Fall Preview,” The New Yorker, August 28, 2017.
Davis, Sylvia Edwards. “Monumenta 2016: A Hulking Serpent Invades the Grand Palais in Paris,” France Today, May 16, 2016.
Hossenally, Rooksana. “Jurassic Art: Huang Yong Ping’s ‘Empires’ fills the nave of the Paris’ Grand Palais,” Wallpaper*, May 9, 2016.
“Interview: Huang Yong Ping,” Apollo, April 4, 2016.
Wullschlager, Jackie. “Hunag Yong Ping’s ‘Empires’ at Monumenta,” Financial Times.
Wee, Darryl. “Cai-Guo Qiang Curates Chinese Contemporary Show in Doha,” Blouin Artinfo, March 2, 2016.
Wee, Darryl. “Huang Yong Ping to Take Over Grand Palais for Monumenta 2016,” Artinfo, December 7, 2015.
Herbert, Martin. "Previewed," Art Review, December 2014.
Sutton, Benjamin. "Huang Yong Ping Tapped for Monumenta 2016," Artnet, June 30, 2014.
Squires, John. "Massive Serpent Skeleton Permanently Hangs Out on European Shore," Fear Net, January 8, 2014.
"Huang Yong Ping-'Ceinture,'" Time Out, 2013.
Storer, Russell. “My Favorite Work: Ressort by Huang Yong Ping-Video,” The Guardian, September 15, 2013.
Harris, Gaeth and Julia Michalska. “Behold a Terrible Beauty,” The Art Newspaper, June 14-16, 2013.
Sutton, Kate. "Huang Yong Ping: Circus,", May 10, 2013.
“Huang Yong Ping and Carroll Dunham at Gladstone Gallery,” Mousse, November 29, 2012.
Balestin, Juliana. “Huang Yong Ping at Gladstone Gallery, New York,” Purple Diary, December 28, 2012.   
Chow, Jason. ‘What Chinese Artists Say About China,” The Wall Street Journal, May 16, 2012.
Letwin, Hilary. “Made in China: Contemporary Chinese Artists,” Montecristo, Winter 2011, p. 56.
Freger, Charles, “After the Flood”, W Magazine, November 2009, p. 96-97.
“Five Artists for 2008,” ArtAsiaPacific, Almanac 2009, p.94.
“Galleries,” ArtAsiaPacific, Almanac 2009, p. 117.
“Art Festivals,” ArtAsiaPacific, Almanac 2009, p. 85.
“Japan,” ArtAsiaPacific, Almanac 2009, p. 193.
“Papers in Order?: How to bring an elephant from Oslo to Odense,” Kunsthallen Brandts Yearbook, 2009, pp. 30-36.
Holmberg, Ryan, “The Snake and the Duck: On Huang Yong Ping,” Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, pgs. 38-46.
“Huang Yong Ping: Artist Interview," The Art Newspaper, July/August 2008, p 35.
"The Art of Visiting Oslo", Art World, February 2008, p 17.
"Huang Yong Ping Installation Taken Off Display," The Art Newspaper, March 2008, p 11.
"Huang Yong Ping," Art Actuel, March, 2008, p 56-57.
Bush, Kate, “Provisional Authority: Skulptur Projekte Munster 07,” Artforum, September 2007, p 419-423.
Jansen, Gregor, "Huang Yong Ping," China Art Book, DuMont, Köln, pg. 152-159.
Chiu, Melissa, "Discourses of East and West," Breakout:  Chinese Art Outside China, Charta 2007, p 115-159.
Gioni, Massimiliano, "Where the Wild Things Are," Tate, etc, Autumn 2007, p. 35.
Morgan, Robert C., “Huang Yong Ping,” Tema Celeste, May/June 2007, pp. 70-71.
Ruiz, Cristina and Vanessa Fewster, “ Installation withdrawn from retrospective, then sold at action,” The Art Newspaper, (February 15, 2007).
Morgan, Robert, "Huang Yong Ping," Tema Celeste, May/ June pg.70.
"Huang Yong-Ping," Tema Celeste, Sept/Oct 2006, pg. 106.
Cotter, Holland, “Rattler of Cages, From China to Europe,” The New York Times, April 14, 2006, p. E29, 36.
Miller, Francine Koslow, "Huang Yong Ping," Frieze, Jun/July/Aug 06, pg 268.
Spalding, David, 'Guan Yi', Contemporary 21, issue 80, pg. 116-117.
Heartney, Eleanor, “House of Huang,” Art in America, March 2006, pg. 118-125, 163, I lls. (cover).
Leffingwell, Edward, “The Extraterritorial Zone,” Art in America, Feb. 2005, p. 51.
Rocha, Janaina, “Huang Yong Ping,” BienArt, Nov. 2004, Italy, pp.38-9, ill.
"Artworld." Art in America, January, 2003.
Kerr, Merrily, "Huang Yong Ping," Flash Art, May-June 2002.
Smith, Roberta, "Huang Yong Ping", The New York Times, February 1, 2002.
"Huang Yong Ping at Barbara Gladstone Gallery," Artforum, January 2002, p. 33.
Sand, Olivia, "Huang Yong Ping," Asian Art, April 2002.
Wei, Lilly, "Huang Yong Ping at Barbara Gladstone Gallery," Art In America, May, 2002.
"Huang Yong Ping at Jack Tilton,” Art in America, v. 89 no. 1 Jan., p. 111-12.
 “Huang Yong Ping: Jack Tilton,” New Art Examiner, v. 28 no3 Nov., p. 54-5.
David, Chan, “View 3,” C Magazine, no. 63, Sept/Nov., p. 28-31.
Bertrand, Jean-Pierre, “Licht wird zu Materie,” interview, Kunstforum International, no. 147, Sept/Nov, p. 298-303.
“Frankreich,” Kunstforum International, no. 147, Sept/Nov, pp. 102-5.
“Huang Yong Ping: cultural differences and negotiation,” Flash Art (International Edition), v. 32, no. 207, Summer, pp. 114-15.
“Crise et confiance,” Connaissance des Arts, no. 563, July/Aug, p. 5.
“Biennale de Venise 99: les temps forts,” Beaux Arts Magazine, no. 181, June pp. 91-3.
“Huang Yong Ping,” L'Oeil (Lausanne, Switzerland), no. 507, June, pp. 50-3.
“La Biennale de Venise cote France,” L'Oeil (Lausanne, Switzerland), no. 507, June, p. 45.
“Huang Yong Ping and Xu Bing,” Art Beatus, Vancouver, C Magazine, no. 59, Sept/Nov., p. 38.
“Parisien(ne)s: Huang Yong Ping,” Art Monthly, no. 204 Mar., pp.  30-3.
Vedrenne, Elisabeth, “Ping, l’actualité reboudit,” Beaux Arts, 154, March, p. 27.
Hunt, Ian, “Huang Yong Ping,” Art Monthly, 204, March, pp. 30-33.
Mitchell, Charles Dee, “Report from Santa Fe,” Art in America, Nov., pp. 42-47.
Schröder, Gerhart, “Schwelle,” Jahrbuch 3, Akademie Schloss Solitude, pp. 45-47.
Holmes, Brian, “The Gallery of Five Continents,” World Art #2, pp. 88, 89.
Sans, Jérõme, “Huang Yong Ping,“ Artforum International, May, v. 34, pp. 110-111.
Boussand, Juliette, “Le Théâtre du Monde de Huang Yong Ping… Hors Limites?,” Art Présence 13, Winter, pp. 30-34.
Hanru, Hou, “Huang Yong Ping,” Technikart, 18, May/June, pp. 32, 33.
“Art(c)-en-ciel: five artists in the five continents gallery,” Cimaise, v. 42, Nov/Dec, pp. 45-50.
“Huang Yong Ping and Chen Zhen at the New Museum,” Art in America, v. 83, Jan., pp.104-5.
Hanru, Hou, “Departure Lounge Art, Chinese Artists Abroad,” Art and Asia Pacific, vol. no. 1, Feb., pp. 40-41.
Hanru, Hou, “Huang Yong Ping,” Flash Art, vol. 178, October, p. 85.
Jouanno, Evelyne, “Out of the Centre or Without the Centre,” Third Text, no. 28/29, Autumn/Winter, pp. 196-198.
Hanru, Hou, “Le Plaisir du Texte,” Flash Art, Nov./Dec., p. 65 (interview).
Ung Chan Lack, “Ten Years of the Chinese Avant-Garde,” Flash Art, 162, Jan/Feb, p.113.
Deitcher, David, “Art on the Installation Plan,” Artforum, Jan., p.82.
Obrist, Hans-Ulrich, “The Installation is Coming Through the Backdoor,” Meta Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, pp. 72, 73.
Jinkner-Lloyd, Amy, “Report from Pittsburg,h” Art in America, June, p. 44.
Ardenne, P.., “Huang Yong Ping,” Art Press, 170, p. 101.
Hanru, Hou, “Huang Yong Ping,” Flash Art, May/June, 1992, p. 120.
Huang Yong Ping, “Bedeutendes, das völlig leer ist (Dada) und (zen),” Gebrochene Bilder, Junge Kunst aus China, Horlemann, pp. 123-137.
Huang Yong Ping, “(8) (h),” Jahresring 38, Der öffentliche Blick Verlag silkeschreiber, pp. 212-225.
Legros, Hervé, “La longue marche des artistes chinois,” Beaux Arts 87, Feb., p.99.
Hanru, Han, “Interview Huang Yong Ping,” Jiangsu Art Monthly, no.12, p.19.
Aubé, Dominique, “Huang Yong Ping,” Art Press, 149, July/Aug., p.98.
Huang Yong Ping, "Dossier: Les Magiciens de la Terre. Cinq questions à des artistes non occidentaux," Art Press, 136, May, p. 48.
Dawei, Fei, “Chine/Avant-Garde,” Art Press, 141, November, pp. 8 & 28-34.
Huang Yong Ping, “Painting with Industrial Technology: Looking for New Substitutions,” Leonardo, vol. 18, no. 2, pp. 91-95.
Other Publications
Art Newspaper, “Huang Yong Ping installation taken off display,”  March 2008, no. 189, pg. 11.
Ed. Boutoux, Thomas. Hans Ulrich Obrist Interviews., Volume 1.: Edizioni Charta: Milan, 2003.
Hanru, Hou. On the Mid-Ground. Selected texts edited by Yu Hsiao-Hwei. Timezone 8 Limited: Hong Kong, 2002.
“Huang Yong Ping,” Kunst Bulletin, 1995.
“Huang Yong Ping Chinese and Laundry, Chen Zhen Field of waste,” The New Museum Views.
“A fructuf incoherence,” Kunst Bulletin.
Fine Arts Dictionaries
Honour, Hugh and Fleming, John, A World History of Art, Laurence King, 2002.
The 20th-Century Art Book, Phaidon Press Limited, London, 1996, p. 214.
A World History of Art, Hugh Honour & John Fleming, Laurence King Ed., Fourth Edition, London, 1995, p. 825.
A History of China Modern Art 1979-1989, Hunan Art Publisher, Chinese Edition, Hunan, 1992, pp. 281-287.
“Etre nature,” Snc Cartier & Cie, Fondation Cartier pour l’art contemporain, Paris, (VHS PAL-Secam – 10’57 color).
“Chinese Hand Laundry – Field of Waste,” Pih Jokel, Lana, New York, 1994 (R.T. – 44’  color).
“Installation de Huang Yong Ping sur la Sainte Victoire,” Lejault, François, production Ecole d’Art d’Aix-en-Provence, June 1991 (PAL – 14’ color).
“Les magiciens de la terre,” Centre Georges Pompidou, Paris, 1989 (VHS PAL-Secam – 50’  color).
Bourriaud, Nicolas, France Inter, 10 June.
Cited Works
Another Long March – Chinese Conceptual and Installation Art in the Nineties, catalogue of the exhibition, Fundament Foundation Breda, Breda, Pays bas.
The storm society & post-storm art phenomenon, edited by Pant Tao, Chin Show Publishing Co., Taipei, Taiwan.
Traité de l’efficacité, Jullien, François, éditions Grasset, Paris.
Patries Imaginaires, Rushdie, Salman, collection 10/18, Paris (first edition 1991).
Du Nouveau, Groys, Boris, éditions Jacqueline Chambon, Paris.
Nous et les autres, Todorov, Tzvetan, éditions du Seuil, Paris.
L’Orientalisme, Saïd, Edward, éditions du Seuil, Paris, preface by Tzvetan Todorov (first     edition: Orientalism, Penguin Books, London, 1978).
Ruptures Cultures, Damisch, Hubert, éditions de Minuit, Collection Critique, Paris.
Alors la Chine?, Barthes, Roland, éditions Christian Borgeois, Paris, no pagination.