Painting (New Orleans, 27.-28.9.02)
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"An Enduring Vision: 17th to 20th Century Japanese Painting from the
Gitter-Yelen Collection" International Symposium
Location: Louisiana, United States
Symposium Begins: 2002-09-27
In association with the exhibition, "An Enduring Vision: 17th to
20th-century Japanese Painting from the Gitter-Yelen Collection," The
New Orleans Museum of Art is holding a two-day symposium devoted to
the study and analysis of Japanese painting of the Edo and Meiji
periods (1615-1912). This exciting event will feature illustrated
presentations by many distinguished scholars in the field including:
Introduction to the Gitter-Yelen Collection: Dr. Tadashi Kobayashi,
Professor, Gakshuin University, Editor-in-chief KOKKA, Director,
Chiba Art Museum
Buddhist Paintings, Gourds, and Seto Ceramics: New Materials Related
to Yokoi Kinkoku: Dr. Patricia Fister, International Research Center
for Japanese Studies (Nichibunken) Kyoto
Appreciation of Karamono (Chinese Things) in Late Edo Japan: Dr.
Patricia J. Graham, Research Associate, Center for East Asian
Studies, University of Kansas
Rinpa Painting: Dr. Yoshio Sakakibara
Sotatsu and Rinpa Painting: Dr. Motoaki Kono, Professor, Faculty of
Letters, Tokyo University
Affecting Eccentricity: Japanese Ink Painting: Dr. James Ulak,
Curator of Japanese Art, Arthur M. Sakler Gallery, Freer Gallery of
Art, Smithsonian Institution, Washington D.C.
Wrapped Up in Words: Calligraphy on Women's Robes: Dr. John
Carpenter, Professor of Japanese Art History, School of Oriental and
African Studies, University of London
Maruyama Okyo and His Studio Practice: Dr. Timon Screech, Professor,
School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London
The Transformation of Japanese Painting: Dr. Paul Berry, Independent
Zen Painting: Dr. Masamoto Kawai, Professor, Keio University, Tokyo
Private and Public Collecting in the Meiji Era: Dr. Christine Guth,
Independent Scholar, Hopewell, New Jersey
Collector/Dealer Panel: Moderator- Dr. Kurt A. Gitter, Panelists- Dr.
Sylvan Barnet, Sebastian Izzard, Kenzaburo Marui, Dr. Robert
Feinberg, H. Christopher Luce, Dr. John Weber, Koichi Yanagi, Dr.
Response: Dr. Stephen Addiss, Professor of Art History, University of
Richmond, Richmond, Virginia
Limited scholarships are available to graduate students in Japanese
art history from The Gitter-Yelen Foundation. Please send resume and
request letter to: symposianoma.org
The Symposium will be held from 9 am to 5 pm on September 27th and 28th, 2002.
Pre-registration is required. The seating capacity at the symposium
will be limited to 220 participants, so please make your reservations
General Public: $100.00
NOMA Members: $65.00
Registration includes a cocktail party at NOMA on Friday, September
27th from 5 to 7 pm, a cocktail party at the Gitter-Yelen Art Center
on Saturday, September 28th, two light breakfasts on the 27th and the
28th, and two box lunches.
Department of Asian Art
New Orleans Museum of Art
P.O. Box 19123
New Orleans, La. 70179-0123
CONF: An Enduring Vision: 17th to 20th Century Japanese Painting (New Orleans, 27.-28.9.02). In: ArtHist.net, 31.07.2002. Letzter Zugriff 01.04.2023. <https://arthist.net/archive/25123>.