Michelle Antoinette

Michelle Antoinette is a researcher of modern and contemporary Asian art, currently affiliated with the Centre for Art History and Art Theory at The Australian National University (ANU). She was recently an Australian Research Council (ARC) Postdoctoral Fellow (2010–2013) and she has been convenor and lecturer at ANU for courses on Asian and Pacific art and museums. Her ARC project, ‘The Rise of New Cultural Networks in Asia in the Twenty-First Century’ (DP1096041), together with Caroline Turner, explored the emergence of new regional and international networks of contemporary Asian art and museums. Her ongoing research focuses on the contemporary art histories of South-East Asia on which she has published widely including her book, Reworlding Art History: Encounters with Contemporary Southeast Asian Art after 1990 (2014).

Contemporary Asian Art and Exhibitions »

Connectivities and World-making

Authored by: Michelle Antoinette, Caroline Turner
ISBN (print): 9781925021998
ISBN (online): 9781925022001
Publication date: October 2014

Humanities Research Journal Series: Volume XIX No. 2. 2013 »

The World and World-Making in Art

Edited by: Michelle Antoinette, Zara Stanhope, Caroline Turner
ISBN (print): 1440-0669
ISBN (online): 1834-8491
Publication date: July 2013