Islam and the visual arts in Indonesia and Malaysia

Virginia Hooker is Professor Emeritus and Fellow at the Australian National University’s College of Asia & the Pacific. She describes in some detail the work and work practices of A.D. Pirous, Sulaiman Esa, Khatijah Sanusi and Didin Sirojuddin AR, four artists who self-consciously make Muslim art.

Virginia Hooker is Professor Emeritus and Fellow in The Australian National University’s College of Asia & the Pacific. She has written on history, literature, Islam, and social change in Indonesia and Malaysia.

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