20th Century Korean Art

Category Book
Editor/s KIM Youngna
Writer/s KIM Youngna
Publisher Laurence King Publishing
Description "This publication is issued in conjunction with the exhibition "Coloring Time: an Exhibition from the Archive of Korean-American Artists, Part One, 1955-1989," held at the Korean Cultural Service New York from April 10 through May 17, 2013. The exhibition was collaborated by the AHL Foundation and Korean Cultural Service New York."
Chapter Heading/s CHAPTER HEADINGS Part 1 Introduction to Modern Korean Art in the Colonial Period The First Encounter with the West: Korean Exhibits at the World Expositions Modernity in Debate: Representing the 'New Woman' and 'Modern Girl' Millet's Peasant Image: The Receptive Phenomenon in Asia Lee In-sung's 'Local Colors': Colonialism or Nationalism? Korean Avant-Garde Group in Tokyo in the 1930s Modern Korean Sculpture Part II Introduction to Post-Liberation Korean Art Korean Informel Movement In Search of an Eastern Lyricism: The Works of Kim Whanki Two Traditions: Monochrome Art of the 1970s and Minjung Art of the 1980s Korean Contemporary Art in the 1990s
Language English
No. of Pages 284 pages
ISBN / ISSN ISBN: ISSN1856694852
Year of Publication 2005
Keyword/s Korean Art, History
Sub-category Art History
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