Fabo Andy. Andy Fabo. Toronto : Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, 2009. NE542.3.F32 A4 2009
Book published in accordion style format with 13 p. of folded sheets, with text on one side and art reproductions on the other.
The exhibition Andy Fabo was held at the Museum of Contemporary Canadian Art, Nov. 18 – Dec. 31, 2005.
Fernie, Lynne. & Weissman, Aerlyn. Fiction and other truths : a film about Jane Rule / directed by Lynne Fernie, Aerlyn Weissman ; produced by Rina Fraticelli ; written by Lynne Fernie, Aerlyn Weissman ; produced by Great Jane Productions Ltd. Montréal : National Film Board of Canada [distributor], 1994.
Fernie, Lynne. & Weissman, Aerlyn. Forbidden love : the unashamed stories of lesbian lives / a National Film Board of Canada production ; Studio D production. Toronto, Ont. : National Film Board of Canada, 1992.
FitzGerlad, Maureen; McLeod, Donald W. & Rayter, Scott. Queer CanLit : Canadian lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) literature in English : an exhibition / curated by Scott Rayter, Donald W. McLeod and Maureen FitzGerald. Toronto: Thomas Fisher Rare Book Library, 2008. PS8089.5.G38 R39 2008
Hallas Roger. “Queer AIDS media and the question of the archive.” GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies. 16(3) (2010): 431-435.
“Fung’s poetic and deeply moving video essay Sea in the Blood (2000) also explores his own archive of personal photographs, family home movies, and AIDS activist images to work through the experience of having lived most of his life in the shadow of another’s illness. Throughout the video, he parallels his two most intimate relationships: with his sister Nan, who died of thalassemia (literally “sea in the blood”) in 1977, and with his lover, Tim McCaskell, who has been seropositive since 1980.”
Fung, Richard. “Dangerous living: coming out in the developing world.” Amerasia Journal. 31(1) (2005): 73-80.
Pidduck, Julianne. “New queer cinema and experimental video.” p.80-97. In New Queer Cinema: A Critical Reader. Edited by Michele Aaron. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2004. PN1995.9 .H55 N48 2004b
See: “‘Queer’: Richard Fung’s Sea in the Blood.” p.85-89
Fung, Richard. “Now and then.” p.41-49. In Recollection Project. Don Mills, Ont.: Gendai Gallery, 2000.
Catalogue of an exhibition held from 30 September to 2 December, 2000.
See review by Kim Fullerton in Xtra! (Toronto), November 2, 2000.
Fung, Richard. “The trouble with Asians.” p.123-130. In Negotiating Lesbian and Gay Subjects. Edited by Monica Dorenkamp and Richard Henke. New York: Routledge, 1995. (Selected papers from the Fifth Annual Lesbian and Gay Studies Conference, held at Rutgers University in 1991.)
Richard Fung. Inducted into the National [Lesbian and Gay] Portrait Collection, Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives. Toronto: Canadian Lesbian and Gay Archives, 1998.
“Richard Fung.” p.40-47. In CelebrAsian: Shared Lives: An Oral History of Gay Asians. Toronto: Gay Asians Toronto, c1996. 158pp. HQ76.2.C32 T67 1996
Thirteen members of Gay Asians Toronto, including Wayson Choy, Richard Fung, André Goh, and Alan Li, share their personal stories including comments on their experience of racism, homophobia, and the gay community in Toronto.
Gagnon, Monika Kin. “How to search for signs of (East) Asian life in the video world.” p.89-106. In Mirror Machine: Video and Identity. Edited by Janine Marchessault. Toronto: YYZ Books, 1995. 239 p. N6545.5.V53 M57 1995
See references to Richard’s work, p.98-100.
Fung, Richard. “Working through cultural appropriation.” Fuse Magazine. 16(5/6) (Summer 1993): 16-24. NX513 .A1F88
On the early 1990s Advisory Committee to the Canada Council for Racial Equality in the Arts.
Fung, Richard. Out of the Blue [videorecording] / produced & directed by Richard Fung. Toronto?] : Fungus Productions ; Toronto : V Tape [distributor], c1991. (28 min.) HV7315.O6 O97 1991
Fung, Richard. Fighting Chance: Gay Asians and HIV [videorecording] / produced and directed by Richard Fung. Toronto : Fungus Productions, 1990. (29 min.)
Fung, Richard. Chinese Characters [videorecording] / produced and directed by Richard Fung. Toronto : Fungus Productions, 1986. (20 min.)
Fung, Richard. Orientations [videorecording]: lesbian & gay Asians / produced and directed by Richard Fung. [Toronto] : Richard Fung, 1984. (56 min.) HQ76.3.C22 O57 1984
Awards and Honours
2001 Bell Canada Award
Margo Bindhart Award from the Toronto Arts Council Foundation
Rockefeller Fellowship at the Center for Media Culture and History at NYU.