Harvard Korean Art History Workshop : Infinite Interfusion: Buddhist Art in Korea, 13 décembre 2013

Korea Institute at Harvard University is pleased to announce the second Harvard Korean Art History Workshop to be held on December 13, 2013. Please see below for a tentative schedule of the event.

Infinite Interfusion: Buddhist Art in Korea

Date: December 13, 2013

Place: Korea Institute, CGIS South, 1730 Cambridge Street, Cambridge, MA, 02138

Organized by Korea Institute

Co-sponsored by East Asian Art History Program and Harvard-Yenching Institute

 

Session I: Buddhist Iconography, Local Contingencies

 

Harmony and Conflict in Ch’ŏnt’ae and Hwaŏm Buddhism as Seen through a KogyŏAmitâbha Painting

Ide Seinosuke

 

The Shifting Pantheon of Bodhisattva Ksitigarbha

Gyeongwon Choe

 

Discussants: Yukio Lippit, Chin-sung Chang

 

Session II: Buddhist Worlds in Unified Silla

 

Sŏkkuram and Iran: Kuchean Buddhist Caves and their Eighth-Century Korean Kin

Minku Kim

 

A Four‐sided Buddha Land?: A Stupa Valley Sculpture on Mt. Nam in Unified Silla

Sunkyung Kim

 

Discussants: Eugene Wang, Youn-mi Kim

 

 

Session III:  Reading Patronage in Chosŏn Buddhist Painting

 

Sakyamuni Expounding the Teachings in the Museum of East Asian Art, Cologne: A Vivid Example of Gold Line Painting in Early Chosŏn

Maya Stiller

 

Buddhist Activities by Royal Household Members in the Chosŏn Dynasty: On the Three Indras Painting of 1483

Jiyoung Lee

 

Discussants: Melissa McCormick, Jaebin Yoo

 


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