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Stephen J. Goldberg
Goldberg Publishes Book Chapter About Chinese Visual Art
Associate Professor of Art History Stephen J. Goldberg published a chapter titled “Philosophical Reflection and Visual Art in Traditional China” in Asian Texts--Asian Contexts: Encounters with Asian Philosophies and Religions, edited by David Jones and E.R. Klein (SUNY Press, 2010). More ...
<em>Four Figure Composition</em> by Wyndham Lewis
Emerson Gallery Loans Painting to Madrid Museum
The Emerson Gallery is lending a painting by Percy Wyndham Lewis from its collection to Fundación Juan March, an art museum in Madrid, Spain, for Wyndham Lewis, 1882-1957. This exhibition, which opens on Feb. 5, brings together drawings and paintings by the British artist from across Europe and the United States. The loaned work was a gift to the gallery from Omar S. ’51 and Elizabeth Pound. More ...
John McEnroe
McEnroe Publishes Excavation Report
John McEnroe, the John and Anne Fischer Professor of Fine Art, contibuted to the most recent volume of the Pseira excavation reports published by the Institute of Aegean Prehistory (INSTAP) press. Originally excavated in 1906-1907 by Richard Seager, Pseira was an important Bronze Age harbor town located on an islet just off the north coast of Crete. McEnroe was the project architect for the collaborative Greek-American team that devoted many years to the exhaustive reinvestigation of the site. More ...
Stephen J. Goldberg
Goldberg Publishes in Comparative and Continental Philosophy
Stephen J. Goldberg, associate professor of art history, published an essay in the journal Comparative and Continental Philosophy titled “The Gestural Imagination: Toward a Phenomenology of Duration in the Art of Chinese Calligraphy.” The essay appeared in the November 2009 issue. More ...
Steve Goldberg
Goldberg Gives Talk in Tennessee
Associate Professor of Art History Stephen J. Goldberg delivered a lecture titled “At Utopia’s Edge: From Social Realism to Socialist Realism in China and North Korea,” on Dec. 4 at Sewanee: The University of the South, in Sewanee, Tenn. This visual presentation traced the development of the art of socialist realism in the People’s Republic of China from its origins in the social realism of the modern woodcut movement. More ...
Steve Goldberg
Goldberg Conducts Asian Art Workshop
Associate Professor of Art History Stephen J. Goldberg conducted a two-day workshop, Frames of Engagement: Looking at Asia Through Art, at Middlesex Community College, on Nov. 7-8. The event was supported by the Asian Studies Development Program, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawai’i. More ...
Schinkel’s Bauakademie in Berlin.
Rand Carter Examines Berlin's Response to Building Restoration
On the 20th anniversary of the destruction of the Berlin Wall, both sides of the city are still grappling with reconstruction issues dating back to World War II. In a recent essay that he contributed to an upcoming book, Professor of Art History Rand Carter addresses one of these buildings located in the east/west section of the city. More ...
Stephen Goldberg
Goldberg Presents Paper at Conference
Associate Professor of Art History Stephen J. Goldberg presented a paper titled “On the Aesthetic Reception of the Art of Chinese Calligraphy,” at the Mid-Atlantic Regional Association for Asian Studies, held at Villanova University in October. More ...
Rand Carter
Carter Contributed Chapter to Recently Published Book
Professor of Art Rand Carter has contributed a chapter to a book published recently in Germany. The volume’s title is Entwerfen: Architektenausbildung in Europa von Vitruv bis Mitte des 20. Jahrhunderts, Geschichte, Theorie, Praxis. More ...
Xiaohan Du '12 with April Oswald, Museum Education Director of Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute.
Xiaohan Du ’12 Brings U.S. Art Museums’ Educational Ideas to China
Xiaohan Du ’12 is proud of her Chinese culture, but has some qualms about its philosophy on education, especially in museums. “The Chinese people don’t get enough from the museums as they should,” she said. Du describes the labels and audio guides that resemble those in American museums, but also mentions that there is a staggering lack of activity outside of these merely informative aides. “It’s pretty passive,” she noted. This summer, she did a comparison of American and Chinese educational methods in art museums. Her research was funded by the Emerson Foundation Grant program, which was created in 1997 to bolster student-faculty relations through collaborative research projects.
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