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Arts of Korea : histories, challenges, and perspectives / edited by Jason Steuber and Allysa B. Peyton.

Steuber, Jason, (editor.). Peyton, Allysa B., (editor.).
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David A. Cofrin Asian art manuscript series.
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Zionsville PL - Hussey-Mayfield Memorial 709.519 ARTS (Text) 33946003334971 Nonfiction . 2nd Floor Available -

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  • ISBN: 9781683400004
  • ISBN: 1683400003
  • Physical Description: 414 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 31 cm.
  • Publisher: Gainesville : University of Florida Press, [2018]

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references (pages 371-388) and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Introduction / Jason Steuber -- Keynote address: Where we've been and where we are going: Korean art history and museums / Youngna Kim -- Histories and challenges: collection histories and case studies -- United Kingdom -- Collecting Korean art at the V & A, 1940 to 1995 / Beth McKillop -- Atmosphere and surroundings: the use of architecture in Korean exhibitions and galleries at the British Museum / Sascha Priewe -- The collecting and display of the Korean Collection at the National Museum of Scotland / Kevin McLoughlin -- Displaying a nation: representations of Korean art in the United Kingdom / Charlotte Horlyck and Sascha Priewe -- United States -- The history of the Korean Collection at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston / Jane Portal -- A bridge to understanding: Avery Brundage and Korean art at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco / Hyonjeong Kim Han -- Ahead of the curve, but under the radar: collecting and exhibiting Korean art at the Newark Museum / Katherine Anne Paul -- Early collecting of Korean art: the Honolulu Museum of Art / Shawn Eichman -- Perspectives -- Reception of Korean art in an international setting -- Early U.S. encounters with Korean civilization / Hyunsoo Woo -- Korea's Joseon-Dynasty Buddhist sculptures in American museums / Unsok Song -- The reception of Goryeo Buddhist paintings in premodern Japan / Seinosuke Ide -- Goryeo Celadon and its reception in the West / Soyoung Lee -- Critical reappraisals -- Maps of the world (cheonhado) in Korean atlases (yeojido) of the late Joseon Dynasty / Richard A. Pegg -- Korean art history and ethnic nationalism: the cases of Jeong Seon and Kim Hongdo / Chin-Sung Chang -- American art exhibitions and their reception in Korea during the 1950s / Moojeong Chung -- Contemporary Korean ceramics: its heritage and advancement into the twenty-first century / Hyeyoung Cho.
Summary, etc.:
Built upon the works at a 2013 symposium, this book explores some of the canonical attributes of Korean art and the challenges in collecting this art. Contemporary, traditional, and modern Korean art collections are explored, along with the continuing research in iconography and aesthetics that define Korean art.
Subject: Art, Korean > Private collections.
Art, Korean > History.

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