TAASA M E M B E R P ROFIL E S N A T A L I E S E I Z – TAASA Review September 2014


This article was originally found in the September 2014 edition of TAASA Review (Volume 23, Issue 3, Page 33).

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My interest in Asian art began when, by necessity, I had to enrol in a course called Modern Asian Art taught by a new lecturer at the University at the time, John Clark.

It opened my eyes to a world of art I had never contemplated before.

Sure, I have a rather diverse family background: my father was born in Harbin, China of a Russian √©migr√© parent; my mother is from a traditional Chinese family in Hong Kong, but they were both immigrants in a `white’ Australia...