Étiqueté : Burglind Jungmann

The Art and Archaeology of Ritual and Economy in East Asia: Workshop and Symposium in Honor of Lothar von Falkenhausen

The Art and Archaeology of Ritual and Economy in East Asia: Workshop and Symposium in Honor of Lothar von Falkenhausen 東亞古代禮制和經濟的藝術與考古研究:羅泰教授還曆慶賀學術研討會 June 5-6, 2019, YRL Main Conference Room, UCLA   9:00-9:50 Group I: Chair and Discussant Jack Davey, George Washington University 9:00-9:15 Bryan Miller, University of Oxford: Accompaniment and Consumption:...

Conférence : Cultural Translations : The Confrontation of Joseon Painters with European Concepts of Illusionism

Le professeur Burglind Jungmann (University of California, Department of Art History, Los Angeles, USA) présentera une conférence intitulée :    “Cultural Translations: The Confrontation of Joseon Painters with European Concepts of Illusionism” Le lundi 13 novembre 2017 à 18h Heidelberg University (Graimberg Room 001)   Although regular direct contacts between Korea and...

Symposium : “Pathways to Korean Art History”

  Symposium : “Pathways to Korean Art History” Samedi 3 juin 2017 9h00 – 17h30 Fowler Museum UCLA In honor of UCLA Art History Professor Burglind Jungmann’s retirement, the one-day symposium, Pathways to Korean Art History, brings together several of Professor Jungmann’s colleagues as well as students past and present who are now contributing to...

Colloque : Painting in Brilliant Colors : Korean Chaekgeori Screens in the Joseon Dynasty

Colloque : Painting in Brilliant Colors: Korean Chaekgeori Screens in the Joseon Dynasty Spencer Museum of Art, The University of Kansas 14 – 15 avril 2017   14 avril, 17h00-18h00 “Chaekgeori: Court Culture and Foreign Inspiration in Joseon Painting” A keynote talk by Dr. Burglind Jungmann opens Paintings in Brilliant...

Ouvrage : Burglind Jungmann, Pathways to Korean Culture: Paintings of the Joseon Dynasty, 1392-1910

  Pathways to Korean Culture: Paintings of the Joseon Dynasty, 1392-1910 By Burglind Jungmann, Reaktion Books, 2014   The Joseon Dynasty in Korea lasted over five centuries and saw the height of classical Korean culture, leaving a lasting imprint on the attitudes and traditions of Korea today. In Pathways to...

Article : “Early Chosŏn Painting, Social Reorganization, and the Knowledge of Chinese Literati Arts”

An article by Burglind Jungmann, “Early Chosŏn Painting, Social Reorganization, and the Knowledge of Chinese Literati Arts”, was recently published in   Space and Location in the Circulation of Knowledge (1400-1800): Korea and Beyond (Research on Korea) by Marion Eggert, Felix Siegmund and Dennis Würthner (eds.) Peter Lang International Academic...

Conférence : “Life in Ceramics – Ceramics in Life: Korean Traditions as Inspiration for Contemporary Artists”, 10 mars 2013

    Burglind Jungmann, Professeur d’Histoire de l’art de la Corée à l’Université de Californie à Los Angeles (UCLA) donnera une conférence au Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) : Life in Ceramics – Ceramics in Life: Korean Traditions as Inspiration for Contemporary Artists le dimanche 10 mars 2013 à 15h00...