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The Art of Dissent in 17th-Century China

This Sunday at the Met program explores expressions of dissent in painting and calligraphy by Ming loyalists living under the Qing rule after the Manchu conquest. The afternoon concludes with a conversation examining art, culture, and dissent in Chinese history.

Recorded on September 18, 2011, in conjunction with the exhibition The Art of Dissent in 17th-Century China: Masterpieces of Ming Loyalist Art from the Chih Lo Lou Collection, on view September 7, 2011, through January 2, 2012.

Collections, Asian Art (79)

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Ink Art Symposium, Part 8
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Ink Art Symposium, Part 7
(00:41:24) 61 views

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Ink Art Symposium, Part 6
(00:48:51) 23 views

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Ink Art Symposium, Part 5
(00:41:09) 26 views

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Ink Art Symposium, Part 4
(00:31:59) 26 views

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Ink Art Symposium, Part 3
(00:29:02) 23 views

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Ink Art Symposium, Part 2
(00:30:01) 29 views

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Ink Art Symposium, Part 1
(00:37:47) 70 views

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Interview with Fung Mingchip
(00:04:29) 151 views

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DJ Spooky: The Nauru Elegies
(01:17:06) 357 views

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Brushed with Passion
(00:37:14) 226 views

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Peony Pavilion
(01:11:47) 9440 views

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Buddhism along the Silk Road
(00:03:52) 3669 views

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Storytelling in Japanese Art
(01:45:05) 465 views

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Who was Harry Packard?
(00:28:43) 113 views

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Harry Packard's Japanese Pots
(00:45:58) 112 views