Orientations January / February 2020


Text in English. Illustrations in color. Original illustrated paper wrappers. Light superficial marks on covers. Clean, tight, and very good.
The Orientations magazine issued in January /February, 2020, this issue focus on the exhibition “Panting Edo: Japanese Art from the Feinberg Collection”, held at the renovated Harvard Art Museums from 14 February to 26 July, 2020. The show featured more than 120 works from the collection of Robert S. and Betsy G. Feinberg, who first became attracted to the subject in the 1970s. It presents discussions such as:
1.Memo from the Publisher,
2.Painting Edo: Japanese Art from the Feinberg Collection by Rachel Saunders,
3.An interview with Japanese Painting Collectors Robert and Betsy Feinberg by Yukio Lippit,
4.From Kiso to Kijin: Reconsidering Eccentricity in Edo Painting by Yukio Lippit,
5.A Medley of Brushes: Collaborative Paintings in the Feinberg Collection, 6.Women in Asian Art, Stitches Empowered: Korean Embroidery Arts from the Joseon Dynasty by Sooa Im McCormick,
7.Thoughts on a Hand-painted Pictorial Map of Wutaishan at the Museum am Rothenbaum in Hamburg by Diana Lange,
8.A previously Unknown Map of the Yuanmingyuan by John R. Finlay,
9.Encountering Chinese Sculpture in America: The Early Pedagogy and Exhibition of Monumental Ink Rubbings from Longmen by Fletcher Coleman,
10.Curator’s Choice: Saints and Sinners: Divine Sculpture by Shawn Eichman.
Orientations is a bimonthly print magazine published in Hong Kong and distributed worldwide since 1969. It is an authoritative source of information on the many and varied aspects of the arts of East and Southeast Asia, the Himalayas, the Indian subcontinent and the Middle East, from the latest scholarly research to market analysis and current news.
Size: 8.3×11.3×0.2 inches.
109 pages.


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