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Colloque international : “Miraculous Images in Global Perspectives”, 21-22 juin 2022

  Colloque international “Miraculous Images in Global Perspectives”   Le workshop se tiendra en hybride au Centre Paul Langevin à Aussois (France) Les 21 et 22 juin 2022.   Il est organisé par le Groupe Sociétés, Religions, Laïcités (UMR 8582, EPHE/PSL-CNRS, France), l’Université de Virginie (USA) et le Centre Yale MacMillan (USA)....

Conférence de Laurel Kendall : « Comparing Gods and Things – Looking at and Beyond Korea »

Vendredi 24 juin 2022, 10h-12h Conférence de Laurel Kendall (anthropologue et conservatrice au sein du American Museum of Natural History)   « Comparing Gods and Things – Looking at and Beyond Korea »   Campus Condorcet (Aubervilliers), amphithéâtre de l’espace Françoise Héritier du GED   Rencontre organisée par Florence Galmiche (Centre Chine Corée...

Conférence de Kim Youn-mi : « Tracing Transformations of the Buddhist Talisman for Rebirth from Dunhuang to Contemporary Korea »

Vendredi 17 juin 2022, 10h-12h Conférence de Kim Youn-mi (Université d’Ewha Womans, Séoul)   « Tracing Transformations of the Buddhist Talisman for Rebirth from Dunhuang to Contemporary Korea »   Université Paris-Cité, salle 479 C des Grands Moulins, UFR LCAO   Conférence organisée par Isabelle Charleux (GSRL-EPHE-CNRS-PSL), Alain Arrault (EFEO-CCJ) et Yannick...

Conférence : Inscribing the Realm : Early Silla Written Culture Through Mokkan

Inscribing the Realm: Early Silla Written Culture Through Mokkan by Marjorie Burge Wednesday, February 23, 2022  10:00 AM – 11:30 AM EST Virtual Event via Zoom.   The early Korean kingdom of Silla (ca. third century CE-935 CE) began to use Sinographic writing widely in the mid-sixth century. This change appears to coincide...

Conférence : The Photo Series of the “Archaeological-historical Expeditions” from the Archives of the Japanese Colonial Government of Korea

Conférence de Jeehye Kim (University of Salzburg) The Photo Series of the “Archaeological-historical Expeditions” from the Archives of the Japanese Colonial Government of Korea   Le samedi 19 février 2022, à 11h15 Dans le cadre de l’atelier « Photography as Knowledge (Re)production in Twentieth-Century East Asia » Heidelberg University, Feb 17–19, 2022...

Conférence : “Stories of Clay: The Lives and Works of Chosŏn Korean Potters in Tokugawa Japan” 

Introducing the Exhibition “Stories of Clay: The Lives and Works of Chosŏn Korean Potters in Tokugawa Japan” Rebekah Clements  (Professor, ICREA/Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona)  Seung Yeon Sang  (Visiting Scholar, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona) February 9, 2022, 3:00 PM  (Barcelona, CET) via ZOOM. If you would like to attend the webinars, please contact barend.noordam@uab.cat. This...

Mise à jour : Colloque international de la SEAA 9, Taegu, 29 juin-3 juillet 2022

[Important Update] In consideration of the ongoing pandemic, the SEAA9 conference will be held as a hybrid event. Accordingly, the deadline for submitting an abstract has been extended to January 31. Please see the following link for more details: https://seaa-web.org/conference/upcoming   artsdelacoreeMore Posts

Les Rencontres d’Arles : Prix Découverte Louis Roederer 2022

Prix Découverte Louis Roederer 2022   Les Rencontres d’Arles associent le Prix Découverte Louis Roederer aux galeries, centres d’art, espaces associatifs, lieux indépendants et institutions. En effet, par leur travail de défricheur, ces structures sont souvent les premières à accompagner les artistes émergent·e·s. Elles peuvent proposer un projet d’exposition d’un·e...

The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Program in Buddhist Studies 2021-22

  The American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) announces the ninth year of an initiative supporting research and teaching in Buddhist studies, funded by The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation. In cooperation with the Foundation, ACLS offers an integrated set of fellowship and grant competitions supporting work that will expand...

Atelier: Diplomacy and Objects in European Collections of Korean Art(i)facts: Celadons and Export Paintings

Online workshop Diplomacy and Objects in European Collections of Korean Art(i)facts: Celadons and Export Paintings October 21-22, 2021   Day 1 “Korean art amidst diplomacy“ scholars of Korean studies and art history will present their research. Korean language presentations will be summarized into English. Day 2 “Korean cultural art(i)facts as...

Appel à contribution : Born from the Margins : Women Gallerists Creating New Markets, 1800-1990 – Session at the 2022 Annual Conference for Art History (Goldsmiths, University of London, 6-8 April 2022)

In 1966, Linda Givon founded the Goodman Gallery in Johannesburg, South Africa, with the goal of championing contemporary art as an agent of social change and political activism. Her work as a gallerist serves as the inspiration for this session, which purpose is to contribute to expanding our understanding of the...

Appel à contribution : Colloque international de la SEAA 9, Taegu, 29 juin-3 juillet 2022

SEAA 9 (29 June to 3 July 2022 – Kyungpook National University, Daegu, South Korea)   The Society for East Asian Archaeology (SEAA) is pleased to announce that the Ninth SEAA Worldwide Conference will be held in Daegu, South Korea. The conference will be hosted by Professor Sungjoo Lee at...

Exposition : Minhwa « Chaekgeori… de la beauté des livres »

Exposition : Minhwa « Chaekgeori… de la beauté des livres » Centre Culturel Coréen20 rue la Boétie, 75008 Paris Jusqu’au 10 septembre 2021   Peinture populaire coréenne d’autrefois réinterprétée par 47 artistes d’aujourd’hui « Beaucoup pensent que la nature morte est exclusive à la peinture occidentale. Toutefois, ce genre pictural était...

Exposition : Border Crossings North and South Korean Art from the Sigg Collection

Border Crossings North and South Korean Art from the Sigg Collection Kunstmuseum Bern Jusqu’au 5 septembre 2021   The exhibition allows the public a close look at the Korean Peninsula, divided since 1953. A 250-kilometre border of barbed-wire fences and anti-tank barriers divides Korea into two states which could not...