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OPEN EAST:Asia Museum Forum 2019
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©ZHI ART MUSEUM
DATE
2019/05/22

OPEN EAST:Asia Museum Forum 2019

 

Forum period:May 23, 2019-May 25, 2019
Venue:ZHI ART MUSEUM
Organizers:ZHI ART MUSEUM, School of Arts Peking University

 

 

Asia Museum Forum 2019 will be held at ZHI ART MUSEUM (Chengdu) from May 23rd to May 25th, 2019. The first forum is initiated by ZHI ART MUSEUM and co-organized by the School of Arts Peking University. With the launch of Open East: Asian Art in the Context of Global Contemporary Art, the exciting forum will bring you various viewpoints from 16 important art museum directors, well-known experts and scholars from all over the world. For the occasion, 13 masterful presentations and 4 panel discussions will bring together to create a great academic event with clashing ideas.

 

Keynote of Asia Museum Forum 2019
OPEN EAST: Asian Art in the Context of Global Contemporary Art 

 

Should and can art be categorized into East and West? What is Eastern art? What is Eastern Aesthetics? Who defined and created Eastern art? When defining Eastern art with Asian art as its core, do international academia and art museums have different understanding and interpretation? With the launch of Open East, the forum will explore and sort out various definitions and possibilities of the concept of East from the perspectives of art history, geography, philosophy, and aesthetics.

 

We warmly invite you to participate in these wonderful topics, share your latest opinions, and exchange views with curators, art experts, and scholars around the world. At the same time, the forum will also explore more possibilities and future synergy of Eastern art in the contemporary context by sharing classic cases of promotion practice in major Asian art galleries worldwide.

 

Our Mission

 

The aim of Asia Museum Forum 2019 is to explore and establish a structural framework for academic research, curation and collection of Eastern aesthetics originated in Asian art, as well as to further and enhance the attention on Eastern aesthetics in the field of global art and art museums. The forum will invite representatives of art galleries, curators, scholars, artists, and art institutions focusing on Asian art from all over the world to share and exchange their expertise in the study of Asian art. The research, creation and collection of Eastern aesthetics with Asian art as its core will be reoriented in the context of globalization and digitization.

 

Forum Agenda

 

 

About ZHI ART MUSEUM

 

Located at the foot of Chengdu’s Taoism Laojun Mountain in southwestern China, ZHI ART MUSEUM’s serene architecture brings to life the beauty and tranquility of Zen. An iconic work by renowned Japanese master architect, Kengo Kuma, the museum embodies the Eastern philosophy of “Learning from Nature.” With the use of water as key feature, and the exploration of natural materials throughout, the architecture organically integrates its surrounding elements harmoniously. The tranquil flow and soft movements surrounding the entirety of the museum, allow for contemplation and evoke notions of eternity through its unity with nature.

 

ZHI ART MUSEUM focuses to explore global contemporary art and its qualities as a force of universality, in the context of the future, present and past of Eastern aesthetics. The meaning of ZHI is to be an open concept, always striving to move from the world of the known to the unknown, and from the finite to the infinite. Within these parameters ZHI ART MUSEUM’s aim is to explore the integration of human inspiration and technology within the multiple facets of art, while also building a groundbreaking in-depth contemporary art collection and an unparalleled exhibition program, that together will foster a vital contribution to the integrity and creativity of art and art history of the 21st century. 

 

ZHI ART MUSEUM’s core vision is: Universality, Insight, and Innovation. The exhibition OPEN curated by ZHANG Ga was presented from April 2018 at ZHI ART MUSEUM, which exhibited works by domestic and international avant-garde artists.A retrospective exhibition of the late 20th century artist Luis CHAN was presented in September 2018. Current exhibition is a retrospective exhibition——WEI Ligang: UNIVERSALITY.

 

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