Dr Yvonne Low


Dr Yvonne Low is an art historian and lecturer in Asian Art at the University of Sydney. She researches on modern and contemporary Southeast Asian art, with an interest in Asian diaspora and transnationalism, feminisms in Contemporary art, women’s history, and digital methods. Previously, Yvonne has taught subjects on Asian art and architectural history in Singapore (Nanyang Technological University) and Sydney (UNSW, National Art School). She has over 40 publications including books, peer-reviewed journals, and exhibition catalogues. She was the co-convenor of two international conferences, “Gender in Southeast Asian art histories” in 2017 and 2019 respectively. As part of the editorial committee to Southeast of Now, supported by NUS Press and the first journal dedicated to the modern and contemporary art of Southeast Asia, Yvonne is committed to advancing scholarship in the region and making the knowledge as widely accessible as possible.She is currently an advisory committee member for The Flow of History (AWARE/AAA), The Womanifesto Way (Power Institute, DFAT, 4A) and co-developer of digital tool, Artists Trajectories Map.

Dr Yvonne Low

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