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ARTH 301 Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Okwui Enwezor, Modern Art, Postcolonialism

4 pages41 viewsFall 2017

Department
Art History and Visual Culture
Course Code
ARTH 301
Professor
T'ai Smith
Lecture
21

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ARTH 300
Nov 14
Postcolonialism and the World in Art
Professor Ignacio Adriasola
Teaches ARTH 363
• Library Online Reserves: Okwui Enwezor, The Postcolonial Constellation,
Antinomies of Art and Culture: Modernity, Postmodernity, Contemporaneity
(Durham NC: Duke University Press, 2009): 207-234.
• Canvas/Readings TK: )gnacio Adriasola, Japans Venice: The Japanese Pavilion at
the Venice Biennale and the Pseudo-Objectivity of the )nternational. Archives of
Asian Art (Duke University Press). Vol. 67, No. 2 (Fall 2017).
Ignacio Adriazola, history of Art in Japan from Chile. Written and translated a lot
despite being young.
Japanese art history exists as a field, has its own methods and concerns.
Article emerges to his book in process, concerning experimental art in Japan
produced in 1960s. heavily invested in avant-garde moving forward in political
terms.
1968 Venice Biennale. Japanese will represent anti-social art.
Case studies: history of exhibitions since 1989
Giaponne, Thirty-si x Biennale, 1972
Stands in Giardini De Castello located in southern city of Venice, area used to house
military facilities.
When you enter Japanese pavilion, youre in interior Japan. Bizarre object, structure
itself is interesting about aspirations
What is its relation to political status of Japanese pavilion connected to central
pavilion Giappone, they dont see to connect with each other
1968- May events in Paris
Problems of having somebody else represent Japan in space
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