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Chaekgeori : the power and pleasure of possessions in Korean painted screens

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서명/저자사항Chaekgeori: the power and pleasure of possessions in Korean painted screens/ ed. by Byungmo Chung and Sunglim Kim ; with essays by Sunglim Kim...[et al.].
개인저자Chung, Byungmo,editor.
Kim, Sunglim,coeditor.
Kenseth, Joy.
Ercums, Kris Imants.
Lee, Ja Won.
McCormick, Sooa.
Jin, Jinyoung.
단체저자명Stony Brook University,host institution.
Helen Foresman Spencer Museum of Art,host institution.
Cleveland Museum of Art,host institution.
발행사항Seoul, Korea ; Albany, NY: Dahal Media ;: State University of New York,c2017.
형태사항249 p.: col. ill.; 32 cm.
총서사항SUNY series in Korean studies
ISBN9781438468112:
1438468113
일반주기 Catalog of an exhibition held at the Charles B. Wang Center, Stony Brook University, September 29-December 23, 2016; the Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, April 15-June 11, 2017; the Cleveland Museum of Art, August 5-November 5, 2017.
서지주기Includes bibliographical references (p. 237-245).
내용주기From Europe to Korea : the marvelous journey of collectibles in painting / Sunglim Kim and Joy Kenseth -- Books as things in Korean chaekgeori screen paintings / Kris Imants Ercums -- Pursuing antiquity : Chinese bronzes in chaekgeori screens / Ja Wong Lee -- Taste of distinction : paintings of scholars' accoutrements / Sooa McCormick -- The mystical allure of the chaekgeori, books and things / Byungmo Chung -- The evolution of chaekgeori : its inception and development from the Joseon period to today / Jinyoung Jin.
요약Chaekgeori explores the genre of Korean still-life painting known as chaekgeori (loosely translated as 'books and things'). Encouraged and popularized by King Jeongjo (1752-1800, r. 1776-1800) as a political tool to promote societal conservatism against an influx of ideas from abroad, chaekgeori was one of the most enduring and prolific art forms of Korea's Joseon dynasty (1392-1910). It depicts books and other material commodities as symbolic embodiments of knowledge, power, and social reform. Chaekgeori has maintained its popularity in Korea for more than two centuries, and remains a force in Korean art to this day. No other genre or medium in the entirety of Korean art, including both court and folk paintings, has so engaged and documented the image of books and collectible commodities and their place in an ever-evolving Korean society. When it transitioned into folk-style painting, unexpected and creative visual elements emerged. Folk versions of chaekgeori from the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries often show an exquisite fusion of Korean and Western composition that feels modern to our contemporary eyes. Not only books but many other commodities are depicted to represent the commoner's desire for higher social status, wealth, and knowledge. Exhibition: Charles B. Wang Center, Stony Brook University, USA (29.09. - 23.12.2016) / Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas, Lawrence, USA (15.04. - 11.06.2017) / Cleveland Museum of Art, USA (05.08. - 05.11.2017).
일반주제명Chaekgeori (Painting) --Exhibitions.
Screen painting, Korean --Choson dynasty, 1392-1910 --Exhibitions.
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