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Lecture 21

ARTH 301 Lecture 21: 21- Postcolonialism and the World in Art Professor Ignacio Adriasola Nov 14

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Fall 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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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): Ignacio Adriasola, Japans Venice: The Japanese Pavilion at the Venice Biennale and the Pseudo-Objectivity of the International. 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, youre 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 dont see to connect with each other 1968- May events in Paris Problems of having somebody else represent Japan in space 1
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