AMPLIFIER: Media Art Issue by OCAT Shanghai
Launched by OCAT Shanghai, Amplifier – Media Art Issue by OCAT Shanghai is a Chinese-and-English bilingual e-journal with an academic focus on media art.
This book is the exhibition catalogue of “Metapictures” curated by the 2018 Annual Lecturer W. J. T. Mitchell at the OCAT Institute.
Adobe of Anamnesis¥258
The Adobe of Anamnesis is the publication with the same name as the winning exhibition of 2018 Research-based Curatorial Project initiated by OCAT Institute, which is also the first volume of the series publication regarding Research-based Curatorial Project.
World 3: Art History and Museum¥88
Initiated and edited by the OCAT Institute, World 3 is an academic series featuring thematic research on art history and theory. Its fourth volume of World 3 is based on the theme of “Art History and Museum”.
Image, Histoire, Poème¥49
The famous philosopher and art historian Georges Didi-Huberman presents his interpretation of the classical film Battleship Potemkin, discussing how the visual structure of the images draws a consecutive historical picture, and how it is rendered through a poetic construction.
World 3: Research on Chinese Art History – A Western Perspective¥69
Initiated and edited by the OCAT Institute, World 3 is an academic series featuring thematic research on art history and theory. Its third volume takes “Research on Chinese Art History – A Western Perspective” as the theme.
Remapping Reality: Selected Video Collection from Wang Bing
An exhibition catalogue of Remapping Reality: Selected Video Collection from Wang Bing exhibited at OCAT Shanghai in 2019
I Hear Your Dreams: Contemporary Art from Norway
An exhibition catalogue of I Hear Your Dreams: Contemporary Art exhibited at OCAT Shanghai in 2019
Frontier: Re-assessment of Post-Globalisational Politics
An exhibition catalogue of Frontier: Re-assessment of Post-Globalisational Politics exhibited at OCAT Shanghai in 2017-18
Sites and Images¥138
This book is produced in conjunction with the exhibition "Sites and Images: Two Research Projects of Oxford University and the University of Chicago."
World 3: Open Iconology¥88
World 3: Open Iconology proposes to investigate the theoretical lineage of iconology as a modern methodology and its interdisciplinary impact, to showcase the potential prospects of iconology in contemporary research on art history, and to call for an open, critical attitude towards research.