Exhibition brochure. Nous sommes tous des brigands, published by Expression, Centre d'exposition de Saint-Hyacinthe with text by Marcel Blouin and illustrations by Karen Tam, 2017, 23 p.
Tam, Karen. Book chapter. "Dolce & Banana, a Shanzhai Creator’s Manual: Production and consumption of fake in contemporary
Chinese art practices," in Alison Hulme (ed.), The Changing Landscape of China’s Consumerism, Oxford: Chandos Books, 2014, p.83-10
Exhibition catalogue. Opium Den, published by Robert Langen Gallery, Wilfrid Laurier University with texts by Suzanne Luke, Jonathan Finn, and Sunil Kuruvilla, 2011, 56 p.
Tam, Karen. Essay. "Aux Sept Bonheurs," Sweet & Sour: Life in Chinese Family Restaurants by John Jung. Cypress: Yin & Yang Press, 2010, p. 217-238
// Publications Archives //
Low, Joni. “‘To reconstruct an object is to understand it and its materiality’: A conversation with Karen Tam on Nous sommes tous des brigands/We are All Robbers,” Yishu: Journal of Contemporary Chinese Art, Vol. 17, No. 5, September/October, 2018 (p.83-103).
Chan, Zoë. “Karen Tam: With wings like clouds hung from the sky,” esse arts + opinion, No. 92, Winter 2018 (p.96-98)
Priegart, Portia. "Karen Tam's Chinatown Studio," Galleries West, June 18, 2017
Mavrikakis, Nicolas. "Montréal réinventée, un oeuvre à la fois," Le Devoir (Montréal), May 27, 2017
Delgado, Jérôme. "Sur la route de l'artiste Karen Tam," Le Devoir (Montréal), December 17, 2016
// Reviews Archives //
-Interview with Morris Lum and Henry Heng Lu. "Whose Community Is It?," Canadian Art, January 8, 2019 (read online)
Video capsule. “Karen Tam: Nous sommes tous des brigands,” La Fabrique Culturelle, Télé-Québec, April 13, 2018 (watch)
Akimbo "Hit List," June 28, 2017 (read)
Interview. Breeze Media International 微风国际. July 15, 2017
Interview. DHC/ART, Montréal, 2017
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