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The 2014 Global E-School Project on Korean Studies in Eurasia

“Introduction to Korean Art”

Spring 2014 Session (from 11 February until 20 May 2014)

Tuesday 13.00 – 14.45, from April 1 12.00 – 13.45, Russian time

Faculty

Beatrix MECSI, Korean Studies Department, Institute of East Asian Studies, Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE) Budapest.

Ariane PERRIN, Centre for Korean Studies of UMR 8173 “China, Korea, Japan” CNRS-EHESS, Paris

Global E-School Partner Institutions

Central European University (CEU), Budapest; ELTE University, Budapest, Hungary; Paris Diderot University, France

Aims of the course

The course will familiarize students with the main issues in Korean art by surveying the key episodes in the development of material and visual culture on the Korean peninsula, through a selection of thematic topics ranging from the Three Kingdoms period to the first half of the twentieth century.

Format

This course offered within the framework of the Global E-School Project on Korean Studies in Eurasia. The course combines online (real-time) sessions, offered via Bluejeans (enabling up to nine universities to join the discussion), and offline seminars.

Learning outcomes

Successful completion of the course will enable students to acquire:

A good understanding of Korean art, its specific features and important relics and monuments from the Three Kingdoms period until the first half of the twentieth century.

Requirements and assessment

Class attendance: 20%

Exam part 1(Beatrix MECSI: lectures 1 to 6): 40% (25 March 2014)

Exam part 2 (Ariane PERRIN: lectures 7 to 12): 40% (20 May 2014)

Session

Date

Topic

Lecturers

Lecture location

1

11 Feb.

Introducing the Global E-School.

Korean Art in the Context of East Asian Art

Beatrix MECSI

ELTE, Budapest

2

18 Feb.

Art of the Unified Silla: Seokguram and Bulguksa

3

25 Feb.

Goryeo Buddhist Painting

4

4 March

Joseon Buddhist Painting

5

11 March

Portrait Paintings in the Joseon Era

6

18 March

Korean Ceramics (from the Three Kingdoms Period to the Joseon Era)

25 March 2014

Exam 1

7

8 April

Pathway to the Afterlife:

The Koguryo Painted Tombs

Ariane PERRIN

Paris Diderot

8

15 April

The Royal Tombs of Paekche and Silla

9

22 April

Buddhist Art and Architecture of the Three Kingdoms Period

10

29 April

Ritual Shrine Painting and Confucian Ancestor Worship

11

6 May

Folk minhwa Painting of the Chosŏn Period

12

13 May

Korean Modern Art

20 May 2014

Exam 2

Part I (11 February-18 March 2014): Beatrix MECSI

WEEK 1 (11 February)

Introducing the Global E-School. Korean Art in the Context of East Asian Art

Readings:

-KIM, Won-yong: Art and Archaeology of Ancient Korea. The Korea Taekwang Publishing Co., Seoul, Korea, 1986, pp.249-286.

-MECSI, Beatrix: „한국의 미술 역사를 쓰기 : 일본 식민지 시대의 영향 (Writing art histories of Korea: The Impact of the Japanese Colonial Era)”, VISUAL (Annual publication by the Center for Visual Studies, School of Visual Arts), Korea National University of Arts, Seoul, 2011 Vol.8. pp.49-74.

-MECSI, Beatrix: An Introduction to Korean Art, In: The Land of the Morning Calm. Korean Art in the Ferenc Hopp Museum of Eastern Asiatic Arts. eds. Györgyi Fajcsák- Beatrix Mecsi, Budapest: Ferenc Hopp Museum of Eastern Asiatic Arts , pp.38-55

WEEK 2 (18 February)

Art of the Unified Silla: Seokguram and Bulguksa

Readings:

-KANG, Woo-bang. The Art of Avatamsaka sutra in the Unified Silla period: The Sanctuary of Sokkuram and Hwaom-kyong pyongsangdo (Narrative Portrayal in the Avatamsaka sutra), Transmitting the Forms of Divinity: Early Buddhist Art from Korea and Japan. Washizuka, Horimitsu et al. New York: London: Harry N. Abrams, 2003. pp. 168- 177

-KIM, Lena. Buddhist Sculpture of Korea (Korean Culture Series), Hollym International, 2007. pp.83-89

-PAK, Youngsook et Roderick WHITFIELD. Handbook of Korean Art: Buddhist Sculpture. London: Laurence, 2003. pp. 250-263

-YI, Song-mi. "Problems concerning the Sokkuram Cave Temple on Kyongju," Seoul Journal of Korean Studies, vol. 1, 1988, pp. 25-47

WEEK 3 (25 February)

Goryeo Buddhist Painting

Readings:

-CHUNG, Woothak: Identity of Goryeo Buddhist Painting. The International Journal of Korean Art and Archaeology, vol. 4. 2010: 14-29

-KIM, Kumja Paik (ed.), Goryeo Dynasty. Korea’s Age of Enlightenment 918-1392. Asian Art Museum San Francisco in cooperation with the National Museum of Korea and the Nara National Museum, 2003.

-Masterpieces of Goryeo Buddhist Paintings. Exhibition catalogue, National Museum of Korea, 2010.

WEEK 4 (4 March)

Joseon Buddhist Painting

Reading:

-KIM, Sunghee: A Soulful Gaze: The Journey into the Buddhist Paintings of Joseon. In: A Journey of Soul. The Buddhist Painting of the Joseon Period, National Museum of Korea, Seoul, 2009: 162-185

-JEONG, Myounghee: Shakyamuni's Preaching at Vulture Peak from Yeongchwisa Temple: The Sacred World of Buddha in the Secular World. In: A Journey of Soul. The Buddhist Painting of the Joseon Period, National Museum of Korea, Seoul, 2009: 188-207

-KIM, Sunghee: Buddhist Paintings of Korea. In: A Journey of Soul. The Buddhist Painting of the Joseon Period, National Museum of Korea, Seoul, 2009: 10-21.

WEEK 5 (11 March)

Portrait Paintings in the Joseon Era

Reading:

-CHO, Sunmie: Faces from the Past: Portrait Paintings. Korean Cultural Heritage. Vol.1. Fine Arts, Korea Foundation, 1994: 76-83

-CHO, Sunmie: Great Korean Portraits. Immortal Images of the Noble and the Brave. Dolbegae Publishers, 2010.

-Portraits of the Joseon Dynasty. Journal of Korean Art and Archaeology, vol.5. 2011:8-71

-The Secret of the Joseon Portraits (Ch'osanghwa ŭi pimil) . Exhibition Catalogue, National Museum of Korea, 2011.

-Portraits of the Joseon Dynasty. Korea Journal, vol.45, No.2. Summer 2005: 107-215

WEEK 6 (18 March)

Korean Ceramics (from the Three Kingdoms Period to the Joseon Era)

Reading:

-PAK, Youngsook and WHITFIELD, Roderick: Earthenware and Celadon. Handbook of Korean Art, Yekyong, Seoul, 2002

-KIM, Jae-yeol: White Porcelain and Punch’ŏng ware. Handbook of Korean Art, Yekyong, Seoul, 2002

-CHOI, Kun and Chang, Ki-hoon (eds.): Hall of Ceramic Culture. Gyeonggi Ceramic Museum, 2008

25 March 2014: Exam 1

Part II (8 April-13 May 2014): Ariane PERRIN

WEEK 7 (8 April)

Pathway to the Afterlife: The Koguryo Painted Tombs

Readings:

-BARNES, Gina L. State Formation in Korea: Historical and Archaeological Perspectives. Richmond, Surrey: Curzon, 2001.

-BARNES, Gina L. China, Korea and Japan: The Rise of Civilization in East Asia. London: Thames and Hudson, 1993.

-KIM, Lena ed. World Cultural Heritage: Koguryo Tomb Murals, ICOMOS, Korea.

-NELSON, Sarah M. The Archaeology of Korea. Cambridge: University Press, 1993.

WEEK 8 (15 April)

The Royal Tombs of Paekche and Silla

Readings:

-Buyeo National Museum. Buyeo National Museum. Museum catalogue. Seoul: Samhwa ch’ulp’ansa, 1997.

-Gongju National Museum. Gongju National Museum: Permanent collection. Gongju: Gongju National Museum, 2011.

-Gyeongju National Museum. Gyeongju National Museum. Exhibition catalogue. Seoul: Tongcheon publishing Co., 2010.

-LEE, Soyoung and Denise PATRY LEIDY. Silla: Korea’s Golden Kingdom. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2013.

WEEK 9 (22 April)

Buddhist Art and Architecture of the Three Kingdoms Period

Readings:

-PAK, Youngsook and Roderick WHITFIELD. Handbook of Korean Art: Buddhist Sculpture. London: Laurence, 2003.

-SMITH, Judith (ed.). Arts of Korea. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1998.

-WASHIZUKA, Horimitsu et al. Transmitting the Forms of Divinity: Early Buddhist Art from Korea and Japan. New York: London: Harry N. Abrams, 2003.

WEEK 10 (29 April )

Ritual Shrine Painting and Confucian Ancestor Worship

Readings:

-DEUCHLER, Martina. The Confucian transformation of Korea: A study of society and ideology. Cambridge, Mass. : Council of East Asian Studies, Harvard University, 1992.

-KIM HABOUSH, JaHyun and Martina DEUCHLER (ed.). Culture and the state in late Chosŏn Korea. Cambridge, Mass. ; London : Harvard University Asia Center : Distributed by Harvard University Press, 1999.

-LEE, Suyoung. Art of the Korean Renaissance, 1400-1600. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2009.

-PERRIN, Ariane. “Homage to the Dead: The Ancestor Shrine Paintings of Chosŏn Korea”. Arts of Asia, Hong Kong, March-April 2010.

WEEK 11 (6 May)

Folk minhwa Paintings of the Chosŏn Period

Readings:

-Asian Art Museum of San Francisco. Hopes and Aspirations: Decorative Painting of Korea. San Francisco: Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, 1998.

-COVELL, Alan Carter. Folk Art and Magic _ Shamanism in Korea. Seoul: Hollym, 1986.

-Korean Dreams _ Paintings & Screens of the Joseon Dynasty. The Lee Ufan Collection in the Musée Guimet in Paris. Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2009.

-YOON, Yeolsu. Handbook of Korean Art: Folk painting. London: Laurence King, 2003.

WEEK 12 (13 May)

Korean Modern Art

Readings:

-CHUNG, Hyung-min. Modern Korean Ink Painting. Elizabeth, NJ ; Seoul: Hollym, 2006.

-KIM, Young-na. 20th Century Korean Art. London: Laurence King, 2005.

-KIM, Young-na. Tradition, Modernity, and Identity: Modern and Contemporary Art in Korea. Elizabeth, NJ: Hollym, 2005.
-The Korea Foundation. Modern Korean Artists. Seoul: The Korea Foundation, 2009.

20 May 2014 Exam 2