[ 3회 해외도자사학자 초청 강연회 ]

 

발표자 :

 

 제 1강연 : Regina Krahl

               Stylistic Analogies: Song and Goryeo Stonewares

 

 제 2 강연:  Nigel Wood

                    Koryo Celadon in a Chinese Context

                  The Evolution of the Chinese Blue Celadon Glaze and its Relationship to Koryo Celadon    Ware   Production   (Some important questions and some attempted answers)

 

사회 : 방병선 교수님

일시 : 2011820() 오후 2

장소 : 국립중앙박물관 제 1강의실

 

 

Regina Krahl

 

is an independent researcher of Chinese art, author of the three-volume catalogue raisonné Chinese Ceramics in the Topkapi Saray Museum, Istanbul, and the four-volume private collection catalogue Chinese Ceramics from the Meiyintang Collection. She has published and lectured on many aspects of Chinese art, in particular on ceramics, lacquer and textiles, as well as on Vietnamese ceramics and Korean art. At the British Museum, London, she worked as Acting Curator of Chinese Ceramics on the current permanent display, and as Curatorial Advisor on the gallery of the Sir Percival David Collection. She participated as Guest Curator or Contributor in exhibitions at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, Asia Society, and China Institute in America in New York, the Freer/Sackler Gallery, Washington, D.C., the Royal Academy of Arts, London, the Musée Cernuschi, Paris, the National Museum of History, Taipei, the Art Science Museum, Singapore, elsewhere.

 

Nigel Wood PhD

 

Has studied the history and technology of East and West Asian ceramics for some thirty-five years. He is presently Emeritus Professor of Ceramics at the University of Westminster, UK; an Honorary Research Associate at the Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art, Oxford University; and an Academic Committee Member of the Key Base of the State Administration of Cultural Heritage for Scientific Research on Ancient Ceramics in China. For some 20 years he was also a visiting lecturer at the Royal College of Art in London. His initial career was as a potter, and he trained in traditional country potteries in the UK and at the West Surrey College of Art and Design in England. He has published some ninety research papers and a number of books on Far Eastern ceramics, including Chinese Glazes in 1999, and Joseph Needham : Science and Civilisation in China  Volume 5 part 12 Ceramic Technology for the Needham Research Institute in Cambridge, in collaboration with Ms Rose Kerr of the Victoria and Albert Museum in 2004.