Symposium : « Korea Imagined: Korean Visual Culture in Chicago », 19-20 octobre

Korea Imagined: Korean Visual Culture in Chicago, 19-20 octobre 2012

 

From art collections to doctoral programs, the cultural and academic institutions of Chicago have long promoted the study of Korean history and culture. Both the Smart Museum and the University of Chicago have been pioneers and leaders in the advancement of Korean studies. The Smart’s recent exhibition From the Land of the Morning Calm demonstrates this commitment and reflects new research contributed by a group of University of Chicago student scholars inspired by Smart Museum objects. This symposium, presented in partnership with the Center for East Asian Studies, explores current research trends and scholarship in a broad spectrum of Korean visual culture, from research produced as part of the Smart’s recent exhibition, to Buddhist art, to contemporary cinema, and more.

Date: October 19-20, 2012

Place: Cochrane-Woods Art Center, Room 157, 5540 S. Greenwood Avenue, Chicago, IL 60637

 

Schedule

Cochrane-Woods Art Center, room 157, 5540 S. Greenwood Avenue, Chicago, IL 60637

Friday, October 19, 9:30 am–5:45 pm

9:30–9:45 am
Opening Remarks
Richard A. Born
Smart Museum of Art

9:45–10:15 am
Keynote Lecture
Bruce Cumings
University of Chicago

10:15 am–12 pm
Panel 1: Korean Buddhist Art

Discussants:

Robert Oppenheim
University of Texas at Austin

Sunkyung Kim
University of Southern California

Presentations:
« Internationality? Rethinking Unified Silla Buddhist Art »
Sun-ah Choi
University of Chicago

« Across the Sea of Suffering to Paradise: Visualizing a Journey of Souls at the end of Chosŏn »
Seunghye Lee
University of Chicago

1:30–3:45 pm
Panel 2: Chosŏn Art

Disscussant:
Joy Kim
Princeton University

Presentations:
« Interregional perspective on 16th-century Korean Painting: A Monumental Landscape in the Guo Xi Style in the Smart Museum of Art »
Catherine Stuer
Denison University

« Seeing and Visualizing Qing China »
Eleanor S. Hyun
University of Chicago

« Visualizing a Korean Space: A Perspective from Late Chosŏn Maps »
Nianshen Song
University of Chicago

4–5:45 pm
Panel 3: Modern and Contemporary Art

Discussants:
Henry Em
New York University

Christine Hahn
Kalamazoo College

Presentations:

« The Depiction of Colonial Korea by Japanese and Korean Artists »
Nancy Lin
University of Chicago

« East Asian Photographic Tableau: The Photography of Jungjin Lee »
Phil Lee
University of Chicago

 

 

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