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Symposium | Rosetsu in Context

Posted in conferences (to attend) by Editor on October 3, 2018

From H-ArtHist:

Rosetsu in Context
Museum Rietberg, Zurich, 7 October 2018

Nagasawa Rosetsu, Scholars Crossing a Bridge, 1788–89, ink and color on paper, hanging scroll, 47 × 21 inches (San Diego Museum of Art).

Eighteenth-century Japan witnessed an unprecedented diversity in artistic expression, nourished by the flourishing of a sophisticated urban culture and the increased affluence of the population in provincial areas. This symposium presents an array of fresh perspectives on issues of art production and consumption as well as leading figures of the art scene that constitute the environment in which Nagasawa Rosetsu (1754–1799) lived and worked.

Organised with the support of the Mary Griggs Burke Center for Japanese Art, Columbia University, in conjunction with the special exhibition Rosetsu: Ferocious Brush, on view at the Museum Rietberg Zurich, 6 September — 4 November 2018. While participation in the symposium is free of charge, a registration is required.

P R O G R A M M E

9.30  Doors open

10.00  Welcome by Albert Lutz (Director, Museum Rietberg)

10.10  Introduction by Khanh Trinh (Curator of Japanese and Korean Art, Museum Rietberg)

10.30  Noguchi Takeshi (Chief Curator, Nezu Museum), The Tiger and Departure from Realistic Representation: Nagasawa Rosetsu in Comparison to his Master Maruyama Ōkyo

11.10  Break

11.30  Alexander Hofmann (Curator for Japanese Art, Asian Art Museum, State Museums Berlin), The Genius and the Bores – Or: Whatever Happened to Rosetsu’s Contemporary Academic Painters?

12.10  Lunch and exhibition viewing

14.00  Yukio Lippit (Professor, Harvard University), From Kisō to Kijin: Reconsidering Eccentricity through Ike no Taiga’s Two Chinese Poets

14.40  Kadowaki Mutsumi (Visiting Professor, Osaka University), Itō Jakuchū and Zen

15.20  Break

15.40  Matthew McKelway (Professor, Columbia University), Nagasawa Rosetsu and Zen

16.30  Questions and panel discussion

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