RRP US $15.99; paperback, 380 pages – TAASA Review September 2019


This article was originally found in the September 2019 edition of TAASA Review (Volume 28, Issue 3, Page 26).

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This book is an inspired idea, brilliantly realised.

To read The Tao is like visiting a salon, in which people connected by one thread in the large fabric of the modern Australia-China story ­ art ­ take turns telling their personal stories.

They talk of creating and curating and facilitating art, of moving between the two countries for art, of alighting, moving on, returning...