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Sunday at the Met—Ink Art: Different Perspectives

Welcome and Introduction:
"Contemporary Chinese Art in Context"
Maxwell K. Hearn, Douglas Dillon Curator in Charge, Department of Asian Art, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

Speakers:
"Ink as Total Art: Why I Use Ink"
Qiu Zhijie, artist, critic, and curator

"What Was Happening When This Ink Art Was Being Done? The Historical Context"
Orville Schell, Arthur Ross Director of the Center on U.S.–China Relations, Asia Society, New York

Recorded February 23, 2014

Collections, Asian Art (79)

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Lost Kingdoms Symposium, Part 1
(00:12:45) 1109 views

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Ink Art Symposium, Part 8
(00:26:18) 47 views

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Ink Art Symposium, Part 7
(00:41:24) 64 views

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Ink Art Symposium, Part 6
(00:48:51) 24 views

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Ink Art Symposium, Part 5
(00:41:09) 27 views

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Ink Art Symposium, Part 4
(00:31:59) 27 views

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Ink Art Symposium, Part 3
(00:29:02) 24 views

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Ink Art Symposium, Part 2
(00:30:01) 30 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) 178 views

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DJ Spooky: The Nauru Elegies
(01:17:06) 358 views

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Brushed with Passion
(00:37:14) 227 views

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Peony Pavilion
(01:11:47) 9449 views

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Buddhism along the Silk Road
(00:03:52) 3676 views

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Storytelling in Japanese Art
(01:45:05) 492 views

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Who was Harry Packard?
(00:28:43) 115 views

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