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国際シンポジウム:循環と変容——1540−1760年の世界と東アジアの美術・染織品International Symposium: Global Circulations & Transformations: Art and Textile in East Asia 1540-1760

KYOTO Design Labは、下記の日程で国際シンポジウム「循環と変容」を開催いたします。ぜひご参加ください。

循環と変容——1540−1760年の世界と東アジアの美術・染織品

日時|2017年7月26日[水] 9:30-17:30
場所|京都工芸繊維大学60周年記念館1階ホール
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共同主催
LCCG[糸・布・衣の環境史研究会]
京都工芸繊維大学 KYOTO Design Lab
GHC[新しい世界史:グローバルヒストリー研究拠点の構築]
主催者
杉浦未樹[法政大学 / LCCG / GHC]
井戸美里[京都工芸繊維大学 KYOTO Design Lab / GHC]
並木誠士[京都工芸繊維大学 KYOTO Design Lab]

概要
1540-1760年、東アジア地域は自ら大きく態勢変換する中で、第一次グローバル化が進行する世界と新たに結びついていった。”中近世期のグローバルアートヒストリー”の第一人者を迎え、世界的な循環下の東アジアにおける美術品と染織品を問い直す。

プログラム

9:30-11:00 Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann [Princeton University]
Ranges of Response: Asian Appropriation of European Art and Culture (China, India, Japan, 16th to 18th Century)
11:00-11:45 Misato Ido [Kyoto Institute of Technology, GHC]
Beyond Style: Circulation and Transformation of the ‘Bird-and-Flower Painting’ in East Asia
11:45-12:30 Katsura Washizu [Kyushu National Museum]
Exotic Garden: A Birds and Flowers Screen and the Export of Japanese Folding Screens in the 17th century
14:30-15:15 Masako Yoshida [Kyoto City University of Arts]
The Global Circulation and Transformation of Two Types of Embroideries Introduced to Japan. From China to Japan, India, Europe and South America
15:15-16:00 Atsuko Ukai [JSPS Special Researcher]
Circulations of Kinkarakawa and Kinkarakami, Gold-gilded Leathers and Papers in 17th-19th centuries
16:15-17:30 General Discussion



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KYOTO Design Lab will hold the international symposium “Global Circulations and Transformations” on the following schedule.

Global Circulations & Transformations: Art and Textile in East Asia 1540-1760

Date: 9:30-17:30, Wednesday 26 July, 2017
Venue: 60th Anniversary Hall, Kyoto Institute of Technology
Co-organized by:
LCCG [Linking Cloth-Clothing Globally: Scientific Grant-in-Aid(B)]
KYOTO Design Lab, Kyoto Institute of Technology
GHC [Global History Collaborative]
Organizers:
Miki Sugiura [Hosei University / LCCG / GHC]
Misato Ido [KYOTO Design Lab, Kyoto Institute of Technology / GHC]
Seishi Namiki [KYOTO Design Lab, Kyoto Institute of Technology]

Program

9:30-11:00 Thomas DaCosta Kaufmann [Princeton University]
Ranges of Response: Asian Appropriation of European Art and Culture (China, India, Japan, 16th to 18th Century)
11:00-11:45 Misato Ido [Kyoto Institute of Technology, GHC]
Beyond Style: Circulation and Transformation of the ‘Bird-and-Flower Painting’ in East Asia
11:45-12:30 Katsura Washizu [Kyushu National Museum]
Exotic Garden: A Birds and Flowers Screen and the Export of Japanese Folding Screens in the 17th century
14:30-15:15 Masako Yoshida [Kyoto City University of Arts]
The Global Circulation and Transformation of Two Types of Embroideries Introduced to Japan. From China to Japan, India, Europe and South America
15:15-16:00 Atsuko Ukai [JSPS Special Researcher]
Circulations of Kinkarakawa and Kinkarakami, Gold-gilded Leathers and Papers in 17th-19th centuries
16:15-17:30 General Discussion



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