Wang, Eugene. “Time in Early Chinese Art”. Blackwell Companion to Chinese Art. Ed. Martin Powers & Katherine Tsiang. Blackwell, 2015. Print.
Wang, Eugene. “The Shadow Image in the Cave: Discourse on Icons”. Early Medieval China Sourcebook. Ed. Wendy Swartz. Columbia University Press, 2014. Print.
Wang, Eugene. “Film and Contemporary Chinese Art”. The Oxford Handbook of Chinese Cinemas. Ed. Carlos Rojas. Oxford University Press, 2013. Print.
Wang, Eugene. “Aftershock: Eugene Wang on the Recent Work of Liu Xiaodong”. Artforum International (2012): , 204-211. Print.
Wang, Eugene. “Jouissance of Death? Han Sarcophagi from Sichuan and the Art of Physiological Alchemy”. RES: Journal of Anthropology and Aesthetics (2012): , 152-166. Print.
Wang, Eugene. “Ritual Practice without Its Practitioner? Early Eleventh Century Dhāraṇī Prints in the Ruiguangsi Pagoda”. Cahiers d’Extrême‐Asie (CEA) (2012). Print.
Wang, Eugene. “What Happened to the First Emperor’s Postmortem Spirit?”. Ed. Liu Yang. China’s First Emperor, the Terracotta Army and the Qin Culture (2012). Print.Abstract

catalogue for the traveling exhibition starting at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts

Olberding, Amy, and Philip J. Ivanhoe, ed.Ascend to Heaven or Stay in the Tomb? Paintings in the Mawangdui Tomb 1 and the Virtual Ritual of Revival in Second-Century B.C.E. China”. Mortality in Traditional Chinese Thought. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press, 2011. 37-84. Print.
Wang, Eugene. “Painted Sculpture in an Optical Theater: A Fifth-Century Chinese Buddhist Cave”. Source: Notes in the History of Art 30 3 (2011): , 3, 25-32. Print.
Wang, Eugene. “Pictorial Program in the Making of Monastic Space”. Buddhist Monasticism in East Asia: Places of Practice. Ed. James A. Benn. New York: Routledge, 2010. Print.
Wang, Eugene. “The Elegiac Cicada: Problems of Historical Interpretation of Yuan Painting”. Ars Orientalis 37 (2009): , 37, 176-94. Print.
Wang, Eugene. “Whereto Heaven? New Perspective on Mawangdui Paintings”. Noble Tombs at Mawangdui: Art and Life of the Changsha Kingdom, Third Century BCE-First Century CE. New York, 2009. 41-52. Print.
Wang, Eugene. “Why Pictures in Tombs? Mawangdui Once More”. Orientations 3 (2009): , 3, 27-34. Print.
Wang, Eugene. ““Buddha Seal” and “Relic Casket.””. Buddhist Sculpture from China: Selections from the Xi’an Beilin Museum Fifth Through Ninth Centuries. Ed. Annette L. Juliano. New York: China Institute Gallery, 2007. 118-26. Print.
Wang, Eugene. “The Disarrayed Hills Conceal an Old Monastery’: Poetry/Painting Dynamics in Northern Song”. Hiddenness. Ed. Paula Varsano. SUNY Press, 2007. Print.
Wang, Eugene. “Patterns Above and Within: ThePicture of the Turning Sphereand Medieval Chinese Astral Imagination”. Book by Numbers. Ed. Wilt Idema. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press, 2007. 49-89. Print.
Wang, Eugene. “Picture Idea’ and Its Cultural Dynamics in Northern Song China”. The Art Bulletin LXXXIX.3 (2007): , LXXXIX, 3, 463-81. Print.
Wang, Eugene. “Crystallizing the ‘Bleary Blur’: Bronze Mat Weights and the Emergence of New Plastic Thinking in Western Han Dynasty”. A Bronze Menagerie: Mat Weights of Early China. Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, 2006. 64-74. Print.
Wang, Eugene. “Mirror, Moon, and Memory in Eighth Century China: From Coiling Dragon to Lunar Landscape”. Clarity and Luster: New Light on Bronze Mirrors in Tang and Post-Tang Dynasty China, 600-1300. Ed. Claudia Brown & Ju-hsi Chou. Cleveland: The Cleveland Museum of Art in Association with Brepols Publishers, 2005. 42-67. Print.Abstract

Special issue of Cleveland Studies in the History of Art. Vol. 9, 2005.


Shaping the Lotus Sutra: Buddhist Visual Culture in Medieval China.
Wang, Eugene. Shaping the Lotus Sutra: Buddhist Visual Culture in Medieval China. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2005. Print.