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October 25, 2016

Rouge, a ghost film in which the ghost could well be Hong Kong itself, is about a female ghost from 1930s Hong Kong comes back to 1980s Hong Kong to look for her lover with the help of a couple, whose relationship is affected by her presence. In the film, one can see i...

October 25, 2016

作者:黄冰 (美国哈佛大学艺术与建筑史博士)

世界艺术史大会 第十八分会 媒介与视觉 青年主席

这个时代媒介技术的革新最好放在宏观艺术史的背景下去理解,而艺术史本身也是一部媒介史。在油画发明前,视觉的精确表达方式、传播方式或者说保留方式相对有限,当油画等架上绘画发明以后,油画某种程度上成了最便捷、有效、精美的视觉表达和遗存方式。今天的人要还原15世纪至照相术发明前的视觉生态,包括当时的服装,饮食,舞蹈等生活方式,最直观的便是通过画作,比如说油画、版画、教堂里的天顶画、石版画等当时传统的静态图像。在那个时代绘画近乎等同于图像。雕塑也是记录...

October 25, 2016

This photo perfectly revealed the design concept of the new Tea-Cafe designed by ARCHSTUDIO in old Beijing city : the duality of old and new. By introducing an additional roof element filling the residual space between the traditional structures, the architects are see...

October 21, 2016

“Ningbo Buddhist Painting,” a term created by Japanese scholars in the 1960s, refers to a large corpus of paintings produced in the Chinese port city Ningbo (in nowadays Zhejiang Province) during the Song (960-1279) and Yuan (1271-1368) Dynasties. Painted in a colorful...

October 21, 2016

 Notes on the Art of Looking in Chinese Painting

Xia Yong (mid-14th C.), Palace of the Prince Teng, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.

Xia Yong’s Place of the Prince Teng, painted with the finest brushstrokes of the fourteenth century, is perhaps the most iconic representation...

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