THE NAKED FORM IN CHINESE ART - SYMPOSIUM

Join experts in the field of Chinese art for a selection of talks on the subject of the naked form in Chinese art. The subject will be explored from a variety of angles, including: reception by the public, press and academia; the variety of styles in which artists worked; and developments in recent times.

Booking Essential – £20/£10 Full, Concession. FREE for University of Oxford Students.

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PROGRAMME

The Absence and Presence of the Body in Pre-20th Century Chinese Art
Luk Yu-ping, Basil Gray Curator, Prints and Central Asian Collection at the British Museum

The Female Nude as Epistemological Citation
Di Wang, DPhil, University of Oxford

Pictorial Magazines and the Naked Form in Chinese Art – 1934
Dr Paul Bevan, Christensen Fellow in Chinese Painting, Ashmolean Museum

The Naked Body as Medium in Contemporary China
Dr Kate Hill, Sotheby's Institute of Art

Body Language: Exploration of the nude from differing perspectives
Qu Leilei, Artist
 


See the full symposium programme here.

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