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« Confucius and Education Reform in Korea | Main | In Honor of D. C. Lau »

April 26, 2010


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Fantastic link. One that will take lots of (pleasant) time to explore.

I can't comment on the tao connection, but the exhibition looks exquisite. I loved the "Making Of" video. The white gloves, the opening of the crates, the unrolling of the scrolls...I can't imagine how exciting it must be to put on an exhibition like this one.

Scrolls are, in some ways, such a practical art form. I suppose they are more fragile when it comes to longevity, but at the same time, that fragility might be somewhat made up for by the likelihood of less damage during shipping and handling. I have toyed with the idea of incorporating that concept into my own work, for at least, a series of pieces.

BTW, I highly recommend the Juan Munoz show of Chinese figures soon to (or already?) open at The Clark. I walked up to the Ando addition when I was in W'town and saw them on the deck and by peering through the glass. They are so gorgeous.

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