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East-West interchanges in American art : "a long and tumultuous relationship"

Author: Cynthia J Mills; Lee Glazer; Amelia Goerlitz
Publisher: Washington, DC : Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, 2012.
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East-West Interchanges in American Art Symposium (2009 : Smithsonian American Art Museum).
East-West interchanges in American art.
Washington, D.C. : Smithsonian Institution Scholarly Press, 2011
(DLC) 2011026013
(OCoLC)739646338
Material Type: Conference publication, Document, Government publication, National government publication, Primary school, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Cynthia J Mills; Lee Glazer; Amelia Goerlitz
OCLC Number: 798930510
Notes: Title from PDF title page (viewed on Feb. 21, 2013).
"The East-West Interchanges in American Art Symposium was convened at the Smithsonian American Art Museum on October 1-2, 2009. It is one of a series of Terra Foundation for American Art symposia on American Art in a Global Context. The Smithsonian American Art Museum organized the symposium in partnership with the Freer Sackler Gallery of Art and the Smithsonian Asian Pacific American Program."
"21-Feb-2012"--Smithsonian digital repository book description page.
"A Smithsonian contribution to knowledge."
Description: 1 online resource (289 p.) : col. ill.
Contents: Frameworks for considering cultural exchange: the case of India and America / Partha Mitter --
Destructive creation: the U.S.-Philippine relationship in American art / J. M. Mancini --
Before Zen: the nothing of American Dada / Jacquelynn Baas --
Global knowledge in the early republic: the East India Marine Socity's "Curiosities" Museum / Patricia Johnston --
Images of American racial stereotypes in nineteenth-century Japan / Nicole Fabricand-Person --
"A semi-Chinese picture": Hubert Vos and the Empress Dowager of China / Virginia Anderson --
Overtly, covertly, or not at all: putting "Japan" in Japanese American painting / Bert Winther-Tamaki --
Chinese painting comes to America: Zhang Shuqi and the diplomacy of art / Gordon H. Chang --
New negro on the Pacific rim: Sargent Johnson's Afro-Asian sculpture / John P. Bowles --
"Gold mine in southeast Asia": Russel Wright, Vietnamese handicraft, and transnational consumption / Jennifer Way --
ROCI east: Rauschenberg's encounters in China / Hiroko Ikegami --
Artistic tropes: some cases of mutual Chinese-American influence / Ding Ning --
Cultural translation and creative misunderstanding in the art of Wenda Gu / David Cateforis --
Stories of the beautiful: narratives of East-West interchange at the Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery / Lee Glazer --
From La Farge to Paik: research resources at the Smithsonian American Art Museum / Amelia A. Goerlitz --
Reflections on the Third Mind / Alexandra Munroe --
Teaching American art in East Asia / Eunyoung Cho.
Responsibility: Cynthia Mills, Lee Glazer, and Amelia A. Goerlitz, editors.
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