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  이지은 (명지대)

위 원

  김희영 (국민대)

  문정희 (국립타이난예술대, 대만)

  신상철 (고려대)

  신정훈 (서울대)

  우정아 (포스텍)

  양은희 (숙명여대)

  정연심 (홍익대)

  정은영 (한국교원대)

  조은정 (목포대)

  최병진 (한국외대)

  갈  홍 (요크 대학, 캐나다)

  샤오치엔 정 (국립중앙대, 대만)

  앤소니 화이트 (멜버른 대학, 호주)

  조셉 탱키 (하와이대학, 미국)

 




편집위원장
이지은 

명지대학교 미술사학과 교수. 서울대학교 미술대학 서양화과에서 학사와 석사를 졸업하고, 보스턴 대학교에서 석사와 박사학위를 취득하였다. 베를린 막스 플랑크 연구소에서 연구원으로 지내고, 보스턴 대학교 미술사학과 강의를 하였으며, 몽블랑 문화예술 후원자상 심사위원, 올해의 작가상 운영위원을 역임하였다. 저서에는『이성자:지구 반대편으로 가는길』(2018),『한국미술의 마음 : 수인 꿈, 빈자의 휴머니즘』(2016), 『감각의 미술관』(2012)이 있다. 


최근 주요 논문
   

인류세의 미술: 토마스 사라세노, 피에르 위그, 아니카 이의 작업을 중심으로 한 사례연구」,서양미술사학회논문집』 (2021)

Mirroring the Other: Viewing Noguchi Through Brancusi」,미술이론과 현장』 (2020)

총각들에게 발가벗겨진 신부, 조차도: 마르셀 뒤샹 벗기기」,미술이론과 현장』 (2019)

「The Bride Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors, Evan-Undressing Marcel Duchamp」, 『The Journal of Humanities』 38 (2017)
「정체성의 장소: 니키 리의 <프로젝트> 시리즈에 대한 재고(再考)」, 『미술사와 시각문화』 18 (2016)
「미술작품의 국가적 정체성에 관한 소고: 3인의 중국작가를 중심으로」, 『현대미술사학회 논문집』 38 (2015)
「디륵 플라이쉬만의 <나의열대우림농장> 프로젝트로 본 장소성의 문제」, 『서양미술사학회 논문집』 41 (2014)
「유목적 미술가를 통해 보는 전지구화 시대 미술의 난제들」, 『미술사와 시각문화』 13 (2014) 
「쓰레기도 예술이 되나요?: 데이비드 해몬즈의 ‘홈리스’ 아트」, 『미술이론과 현장』 15 (2013)



편집위원 
김희영

국민대학교 예술대학 미술학부 교수. 저서로는 블랙 마운틴 칼리지: 예술을 통한 미래 교육의 실험실(2020), 바우하우스(2019) 큐레이팅을 말하다: 전문가 29인이 바라본 동시대 미술의 현장(2019), Pedagogical Globalization: Traditions, Contemporary Art, and Popular Culture of Korea(2017)Korean Abstract Painting: A Formation of Korean Avant-Garde (2013), The Vestige of Resistance: Harold Rosenberg’s Action Criticism (2009), 『해롤드 로젠버그의 모더니즘 비평』(2009)이 있고, 역서로는 『20세기 현대예술이론』(2013)이 있다.


최근 활동 

2017 한국영상학회 가을 정기 학술 심포지엄빛벽화로부터 뉴미디어아트에 이어지는 라즐로 모홀리-나기의 유산논문발표

2019 “Indeterminacy: Nam June Paik’s Experiments with Electronic Television” 국제학술논문발표, ISEA2019 Special Session I: NAM JUNE PAIK AND KOREAN MEDIA ART
2019 
동시대미술과 초중고 학교미술교육: 지금, 여기의 의미 재고를 통한 방향성 전망논문발표, <차기미술과 교육과정 개정 및 교과서 개발을 위한 학교미술교육점검 및 개선방안제안> 세미나
2019 문학과영상학회 2019 가을국제학술대회 미디어고고학에서 바라본 전자 아방가르드의 실행논문발표
2020 ACC 창작공간 네트워크 국제포럼 코로나 판데믹 시기 예술의 동시대성기조발제
2020 경남도립미술관 국제심포지엄 다원적 가치를 실현하는 동시대 미술관논문발표
 

최근 주요 논문  
은폐된 모순의 가시화: 제니 홀저의 텍스트 작업」,N.W.4.5』 (2019)

백남준의 전자TV: 통제된 시간에 대한 저항」,현대미술학논문집』 (2019)

동시대에 대한 미술관의 대안적 전망」,조형교육』 (2018)

라즐로 모홀리-나기의 빛에 대한 전망의 유산 ? 빛 건축에서 관계적 건축으로」,한국영상학회논문집』 (2018)

분절된 시간: 동시대에 대한 미디어고고학적 이해」,서양미술사학회 논문집』 (2018)

「Indeterminate Temporality Embedded in Nam June Paik’s Early Experiments from 1959 to 1963」, 『Journal of Taipei Fine Arts Museum』 (2017)
「빛과 공간을 활용한 로버트 어윈의 현상적 예술 연구」, 『조형교육』60 (2016)
「블랙 마운틴 컬리지의 유산: 예술을 통한 교육의 사회적 역할」, 『서양미술사학회 논문집』 44 (2016)
「한국관: 예술을 통한 영속성의 추구 The Search for Immortality」, 『SPACE』 (2015)
「예술매체로서의 빛」, 『지식의 지평』 19 (2015)
「미술사와 뉴미디어아트 간의 재매개된 담론적 조응관계」, 『미술사와 시각문화』 14 (2014)
「저드슨 댄스 시어터: 예술과 놀이의 융합」, 『조형미디어학』 17-3 (2014)
「블랙 마운틴 컬리지(Black Mountain College)의 실험적 교육전망에 대한 고찰」, 『조형 아카이브』 5 (2013)
「한국추상회화 형성기의 미술비평에 대한 비판적 성찰」, 『미술사논단』 37 (2013)
「공동의 공간형성의 관점에서 바라본 화면에서 스크린으로의 전환에 대한 고찰」, 『서양미술사학회 논문집』 39 (2013)



문정희 

국립타이난예술대학(타이완) 부교수. 최근 저서에는 『동아시아 회화의 현대화: 기호와 오브제』 (2017), 『이응노와 유럽의 서체추상』 (2016), 『모던 혼성: 동아시아의 근현대미술: Modern, Hybrid-Modern Arts in the East Asia』 (2014) 등이 있다.


최근 주요 논문  

戰爭表象銃後後方之女, 藝術觀點(2020)

아시아와 여성, 추상미술의 서구중심주의를 넘서어, 미술사논단(2019)

Taiwanese Water and Korean Ink: Contemporary Ink Painting in Taiwan and Korea, Art in Translation(2019)

하나의 아시아? 현대미술의 로컬리티, 건축(2018)

모더니즘 서체추상과 이응노, 미술사논단43 (2016)

신문매체로 본 경성화가들의 아틀리에, 美術史論壇43 (2016)

金剛山圓山樂土之表象??東亞殖民地官展」」, 現代美術學報(2015)

전람회 시대:京城日報(1906-1945)의 미술자료, 美術史論壇38 (2014)

殖民地官展?しての在野展, 台灣近代美術留學生たちの?春群像1895-1945)』, 台灣近代美術國際學術セミナ?東京藝術大學(2014)

중국 후냉전 후의 추상예술: 대만 화가 쉐바오샤(薛保瑕)유동현실, 美術史論壇37(2013)



신상철

고려대학교 고고미술사학과 조교수. 저서에는 『인류에게 박물관은 왜 필요했을까』(2013, 공저)가 있다. 대통령 직속 문화융성위원회 인문정신문화분과 위원(2016), 문화체육관광부 ‘길 위의 인문학’ 기획위원(2016) 등을 역임했다.


최근 주요 논문
   

앙투안 와토의 풍속화에 등장하는 연극적 요소와 광대의 이미지 분석, 서양미술사학회논문집(2020)

뮤지엄 브랜드화 정책과 소장품 운영 방식의 변화: 구겐하임 빌바오 미술관과 루브르 아부다비 사례를 중심으로, 박물관학보(2019)

프랑스 왕립 미술아카데미에서의 루벤스 다시쓰기: 로제 드 필과 색채 논쟁, 미술이론과 현장(2018)

19세기 프랑스 출판문화와 귀스타브 도레의 삽화 작업에 대한 미학적 고찰, 서양미술사학회논문집(2018)

「자포니즘과 프랑스에서의 한국 도자의 수용 역사」, 『프랑스문화연구』 44 (2017)
「제리코의 <메뒤즈 호의 뗏목>에 구현된 동시대성과 재앙에 관한 기억: 죽음, 공포, 광기 그리고 개인적 상실감의 시각화」, 『서양미술사학회논문집』 44 (2017)
「프랑스 문화재 보호정책의 역사와 세계유산 등재 제도의 의미」, 『미술사학』 44 (2017)
「고전의 타자: 1760년대 조셉 ?마리 비엔의 신고전주의 미술」, 『미술이론과
현장』 44 (2016)
「18세기 예수회 선교사를 통한 중국과 프랑스 간의 미술교류 역사: 프랑스 시누아즈리 미술의 지적 기반과 보베 공방의 ‘중국 연작」, 『미술사학』 44 (2016)
「창의적 경제 개념에서의 산업기술박물관의 설립 근거와 역할에 관한 연구: 산업사의 기억 보존과 기술혁신의 기반 조성」, 『박물관학보』 44 (2016)
「고전의 타자: 1760년대 조셉 ?마리 비엔의 신고전주의 미술」, 『미술이론과
현장』 44 (2016)
「프랑스 예술가들의 공간, 왕립 회화 및 조각 아카데미: 17세기 프랑스 고전주의 미학의 형성과정과 샤를르 르 브룅의 회화 규범」, 『서양미술사학회논문집』 44 (2016)
「프랑스 국립박물관 법인화 정책의 현황과 성과: 국립현대미술관 법인화 방안에 대한 프랑스적 해법」, 『프랑스문화예술연구』 49 (2014)
「18세기 프랑스 미술에서 고전 취향의 부활과 위베르 로베르(Hubert Robert)의 폐허(Ruines) 미학」, 『미술사학』 28 (2014)
「자포니즘(Japonisme)의 근원과 1867년 파리 만국박람회: 프랑스 모더니즘 형성시기 일본 미술의 수용 과정과 전시 고찰」, 『서양미술사학회논문집』 40 (2014)
「19세기 프랑스 박물관에서의 한국미술 전시역사: 샤를르 바라(Charles Varat)의 한국 여행과 기메박물관 한국실의 설립」, 『한국학연구』 45 (2013)


신정훈 

서울대학교 서양화과 및 협동과정 미술이론 교수. 서울대학교 고고미술사학과에서 학사와 석사를 졸업하고 빙엄턴 대학교에서 박사를 받았다. 서울대학교 인문대학 박사후연구연수생, 한국예술종합학교 한국예술연구소 학술연구교수로 재직했다. 

최근 주요 논문과 글

기계우주전자: 1960년대 말 한국미술과 과학기술미술사와 시각문화』 28(2021)

네트워크와 원시성-1970년 인간환경계획연구소의 한국 2000년 국토공간구상한국예술연구』 33(2021)

민중미술에서 공공예술로이섭과의 대담민중미술역사를 듣는다 2: 소집단 활동을 중심으로현실문화A, 2021

1990년대 이후 한국미술과 공적인 삶한국미술 1900-2020국립현대미술관, 2021

“Imitation or Necessity: A Framework for Postwar Korean Art in Contemporary Art Criticism,” in Interpreting Modernism in Korean Art, ed Kyunghee Pyun and Jung-Ah Woo, Routledge, 2021

서울시립미술관 소장품으로 보는 서울의 미술컬랙션 오픈 해킹 채굴서울시립미술관, 2021

“Korean Art and the City After Minjung Art,” in What Do Museums Change?: Art and Democracy, ed. Sunhee Jang, Seoul: MMCA, 2020

꽃과 행복최정화의 팝인기그리고 퍼블릭살어리 살어리랏다최정화인류세별유천지경남도립미술관, 2020

저항의 수용사: 20세기 후반 한국미술과 외래사조국립현대미술관 소장품전이것에 대하여국립현대미술관대전시립미술관, 2020

[강연/대담성남프로젝트 다시 읽기지역-특정적 한국미술의 역사/신정훈X김태헌리얼-리얼시티우리북, 2020

“Reality and Utterance in and against Minjung art,” in Collision, Innovation, Interaction: Korea Art from 1953, ed. Chung Yeon Shim et. al. London: Phaidon, 2020.
 

우정아

서울대학교 고고미술사학과와 동 대학원을 졸업하고, 미술 UCLA 미술사학과에서 1960년대의 개념미술에 대한 연구로 박사학위를 받았다. 현재 포스텍 인문사회학부 교수로 재직 중이다. 저서로는 『명작, 역사를 만나다』, 함께 옮긴 책으로는 『장소 특정적 미술』이 있다. 일간지에 〈우정아의 아트스토리〉라는 칼럼을 연재하고 있다.


최근 주요 논문
   

몰입의 담론적 계보와 잠재적 유토피아: 제임스 터렐, 올라퍼 엘리아슨, 팀랩의 작업을 중심으로, 서양미술사학회논문집 53 (2020)

United to be Dispersed: The WAWA Project and Community Art after the Great East Japan Earthquake, Archives of Asian Art(2019)

「다나카 고키의 <추상적 발언>과 불안정한 공동체」, 『미술이론과 현장』24 (2017)
「'뮤지엄'의 폐허 위에서: 1990년대 한국 미술의 동시대성과 신세대 미술의 담론적 형성」, 『미술사와 시각문화』20 (2016)
「<오리엔탈 마이노리티 이그조틱> : 박모의 '한국적 포스트모더니즘' 모색」, 『서양미술사학회 논문집』45 (2015)
「Plastic tradition: Jeong-hwa Choi’s artworks and the work ethic of Korea’s developmental era」, 『World Art』Volume 5, Issue 1 (2015)
「줄리안 슈나벨의 신표현주의 회화와 미술사의 '차용'에 대하여」, 『미술사와 시각문화』12 (2013)
「라몬트 영의 미니멀리즘: 플럭서스로부터 시작된 소통의 미학」, 『한국미술사교육학회』26 (2012)
「로버트 어윈: 공간과 지각의 예술」, 『한국미술사교육학회』 24 (2010)
「Terror of the Bathroom: On Kawara's early Figurative Drawings and Postwar Japan」, 『Oxford Art Journal』Volume 33, Issue 3 (2010)
「On Kawara's Date Paintings: Series of Horror and Boredom」, 『Art Journal』Volume 69, No. 3 (2010)



양은희

숙명여자대학 초빙교수. 저서에는 『22개 키워드로 보는 현대미술』 (2017), 『디아스포라 지형학』 (2016), 『뉴욕, 아트 앤 더 시티』 (2010, 증보판)가 있으며, 역서에는『개념미술』 (2007), 『아방가르드』 (1997), 『기호학과 시각예술』 (1995, 공역) 등이 있다. 광주문화예술위원회 실행위원으로 국립아시아문화전당 기반사업을 수행했으며, <인천여성미술비엔날레>(2009) 커미셔너로 근무했고, <조우>(2010) 등 뉴욕, 서울, 인천, 광주, 제주에서 다수의 전시를 기획한 바 있다.


최근 주요 논문
   

한국 현대미술의 코즈모폴리터니즘과 탈식민주의의 고민, 국립현대미술관연구11 (2019)

<인천여성미술비엔날레>는 지속가능할 수 없었는가?, 한국근현태미술사학38 (2019)

남쪽이론의 등장과 전개: 사우스 프로젝트와 도큐멘타 14를 중심으로, 서양미술사학회논문집50 (2019)

김환기와 환기미술관을 통해서 본 한국적 코스모폴리타니즘, 한국예술연구19(2018)

「베니스 비엔날레를 통해서 본 한국미술의 세계화와 코스모폴리타니즘」, 『미술이론과 현장』 24 (2017)
「세계화 시대의 기업후원과 현대미술관의 변화 양상」, 『기초조형학연구』 18-5 (2017)
「앤디 워폴의 팝 아트에 대한 재고: 어머니와의 관계를 중심으로」, 『현대미술학 논문집』 19 (2017)
「1990년대 이후 한국미술의 세계화 맥락에서 본 광주비엔날레와 문화매개자로서의 큐레이터」, 『현대미술사연구』 40 (2016)
「1980년대 한국미술에서의 ‘세계화’와 코스모폴리타니즘: 1988《세계현대미술제》를 중심으로」, 『미술이론과 현장』 19 (2015)
「한국 근현대 미술에서의 민족주의와 코스모폴리타니즘」, 인문과학연구논총 41 (2015)
「’포스트-포스트-스튜디오’시대의 예술가의 스튜디오와 현대미술의 변화」, 『기초조형학』 Vol.15 No.6 (2014)
「텍스트와 실천 사이에서: 1980년대 이후 한국에서의 페미니즘 미술이론의 수요, 전개, 그리고 전망」, 『한국근현대미술사학』 27 (2014)
「예술의 ‘융합’: 마르셀 뒤샹, 존 케이지, 그리고 1950년대와 1960년대의 예술가들을 중심으로」, 『현대미술학 논문집』 Vol.18 No.1 (2014)
「1960-70년대 뉴욕의 한국작가: 이주, 망명, 디아스포라의 미술」, 『미술이론과 현장』 16 (2013)
「제도비판에서 신제도주의로: 예술가와 큐레이터의 역학」, 『현대미술사연구』 33 (2013)
「뒤샹의 미술관: 파리에서 서울까지」, 『서양미술사학회 논문집』 38 (2013)



정연심

홍익대학교 예술학과 교수. Fashion Institute of Technology(SUNY)의 미술사학과에서 조교수를 역임한 바 있으며, 광주비엔날레 2018, '상상된 경계' 공동큐레이터(2017), 광주비엔날레재단이사/국립현대미술관미술은행 심사위원 등으로 활동한 바 있다. 저서로 『한국 동시대 미술을 말하다』(에이엔씨, 2016),『세상을 바꾼 미술(세계사 가로지르기 17)』(다른, 2016),『단색화 미학을 말하다』(공저, 마로니에북스, 2015),『비평가 이일 앤솔로지(상), (하)』(편저, 미진사, 2013), 『현대공간과 설치미술』(A&C, 2014)등이 있다.

최근 주요 논문
박이소의 마이너 인저리(1985~1989)’ 연구', 미술사논단(2020)

이동성에 대한 1960년대의 건축적 상상력 -아키그램과 프랑수아 달르그레를 중심으로', 우리춤과 과학기(2019)

강국진의 초기(1964-1974) 작업에 나타난 전위성 연구', 현대미술사연구 (2018)

열린 체계’: 백남준의 예술과 기술의 협업', 우리춤과 과학기술(2018)

「사회적 비판으로서의 '합성적 체험'」, 『현대미술사연구』(2017)
「1960년대-1970년대 한국의 퍼포먼스와 미술가의 몸」, 『미술이론과 현장』(2016)
「어반토피아의 꿈과 이동성- 현대미술에서의 쉘터 스페이스」, 『현대미술사연구』(2016)
「히토 슈타이엘과 '이동하는 디지털 이미지'의 운명」, 『조형디자인연구』(2015)
「문화 번역'의 맥락에서 본 한국 미디어 설치: 박현기」, 『현대미술사연구』(2014)
「The Storied Space of Korean Dansaekhwa: The 1992 and 2012 Exhibition」, 『M+ Matters』(2014)
「2세대 페미니즘 이후의 페미니즘 미술비평」, 『한국근현대미술사학』(2013)


정은영

한국교원대학교 미술교육과 부교수. 미국 윌리엄 앤 메리 대학과 일리노이 대학에서 강의한 바 있으며 워싱턴 DC에 있는 필립스 컬렉션(The Phillips Collection) 미술관에서 박사후 리서치 펠로우를 역임하였다. 주요 연구분야는 현대미술사와 미술이론 및 미술비평이며, 저서로 『융합교육의 이해』(2017), 『미술교육의 기초 (The Basics of Art Education)』(2016), 『김병기: 감각의 분할』, 국립현대미술관(2014), 『한국현대미술작가 시리즈 김봉태』, 국립현대미술관(2016) 『Drawings of Choice From a New York Collection』, Krannert Art Museum, Champaign Illinois(2002), 등이 있다. 


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마르셀 뒤샹의 신부: 욕망 기계 혹은 하이퍼스페이스, 서양미술사학회 논문집53 (2020)

기술융합 예술교육의 이론적 토대와 실천 방향: 교육 프로그램의 체계 구축을 중심으로, 한국과학예술융학확회37-5 (2019)

정동 이론 탐구: 미술교육 정의적 영역의 확장을 위한 고찰, 미술교육논총33-1 (2019)

마르셀 뒤샹의 엥프라멩스 탐구에 대한 고찰, 미술이론과 현장25 (2018)

「미적 인지 발달이론의 미학적 함의: 실천적 문화역량으로서 심미적 비평 능력의 위상을 중심으로」, 『미술교육논총 』 31-2(2017)
「에토스와 삶의 형식: 비트겐슈타인 하우스에 대한 연구」, 『미술사와 시각문화』 19 (2017)
「개념미술 속의 비트겐슈타인: 1960-70년대 솔 르윗과 멜 보크너의 작품을 중심으로」, 『미학예술학연구』 50(2017)
「에드워드 호퍼와 데이비드 호크니의 작품에 나타난 시선과 응시의 교차에 관한 소고」, 『기초조형학연구』 17-5(2016)
「초현실주의와 에로스의 수사학: 1959년 국제 초현실주의 전시(EROS)를 중심으로」, 『조형디자인연구』 19 (2016)
「액션 페인팅에 대한 회화적 도전의 비판적 양상과 교육적 함의 - 잭슨 폴록과 윌렘 드 쿠닝에 대한 회화적 도전을 중심으로」, 『조형교육』 55집 (2015)
「미니멀리즘의 동어반복(tautology)이 지니는 위상학적 함의: 멜 보크너의 “적을수록 적다”를 중심으로」, 『현대미술사연구』 36집 (2015)
「역사적 아방가르드의 미학과 정치학의 갈등: 구축주의와 초현실주의를 중심으로」, 『현대미술사연구』 34 (2013)
「미로 속의 초현실주의: <초현실주의의 1차 서류> 전시와 마르셀 뒤샹의 <1마일의 끈>에 관한 연구」, 『미술이론과 현장』 15 (2013)



조은정

목포대학교 미술학과 교수. 저서로는 『헬라스와 그리스 : 그리스성에 대한 문화사적 고찰』(사회평론아카데미, 2016, 대한민국 학술원 우수학술도서 선정), 『Korean Painting: From Modern to Contemporary, 1945-1980s』(Hollym, 2015), 『혼자 읽는 세계미술사 1, 2』(다산초당, 2015 (공저)), 『서양미술사전』(미진사, 2015(공저)) 등의 저서와 『그리스 미술』(예경, 2004), 『로마 미술』(예경, 2004), 『상징과 비밀, 명화를 만나다』(예경, 2007) 등의 역서가 있으며, <서사시 속의 공간건축, 공간건축 속의 서사시>(아시아 문화마루, 2013.11.8-23) 등의 전시 기획에 참여했다. 


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문화예술교육사의 지역화 과제와 역할: 목포대학교의 문화예술교육개론운영사례를 중심으로, 조형교육77 (2021)

Francis C. Penrose and the Development of Classical Archaeology in 19th Century Greece, 서양미술사학회 논문집52 (2020)

크노소스와 에번스: 문화유산의 보존과 운용에 대한 문제들, 미술이론과 현장28 (2019)

아테네 제1묘지의 19세기 후반 장례 조형물 연구, 서양미술사학회 논문집51 (2019)

뮐러의 예술 고고학 안내서와 19세기 그리스 학계의 수용, 미술사학 제37, 2019.

19세기 파르테논 다채색 논쟁에 대한 미술사적 고찰: 수정궁 그리스관의 채색에 대한 해명(1854)을 중심으로, 미술사연구 제35, 2018.

오토 왕정기(1833-1862) 국립고고학박물관 건립사업을 통해서 본 19세기 그리스 사회의 헬레니즘(Ελληνισμ??), 서양미술사학회 논문집 제49, 2018.

게인즈버러의 영상 상자와 18세기 광학 장치에 관한 연구, 조형교육57 (2016)

고전기 그리스 사회의 가족 개념과 이미지, 미술사학보45 (2015)

외연의 성장과 내면의 위기 - 사춘기의 국내 서양미술사학(2011~2014), 역사학보227 (2015)

유클리드 광학과 초기 선 원근법 이론의 형성, 미술이론과 현장18 (2014)

리시포스의 사례를 통해서 본 그리스 조각의 개인 양식과 논란들, 미술사학28 (2014)

파노프스키와 미술사학의 대중화: 도상 해석학 연구(1939) 다시 보기, 미술이론과 현장17 (2014)

펠라 히드리아와 고전기 후반 마케도니아 사회의 문화적 이데올로기, 서양미술사학회 논문집40 (2014)

야코포 벨리니와 초기 베네치아 르네상스 풍경화, 미술사연구27 (2013)

 



최병진

한국외국어대학교 조교수. 저서로는 『의미: 의학과 미술사이』(공저, 일 파소, 2016), 『마음의 장기 심장. 인간에게 심장이란 무엇인가』(공저, 바다출판사, 2016), 『생명』(공저, 학연문화사, 2015)가 있고, 그 외 『베를린 국립회화관』(마로니에북스, 2014), 『베네치아 아카데미아 미술관』(마로니에북스, 2014) 등 역서가 있다. 


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근대파도바대학의 학문적 성공요인과 의학부 교육과정에 대한 분석, 문화와 융합(2020)

이탈리아 파시즘 시기 선전물의 쟁점과 어법: 무솔리니의 도상을 중심으로, 유럽문화예술학논문집(2020)

바로크 시대 원근법의 새로운 사용방식: 트리니타 데이 몬티 수도원의 왜상, 서양미술사학회 논문집(2020)

주세페 투치의 동양을 보는 관점에 대한 논란과 평가, 인문논총(2020)

전시의 시각체계로 살펴본 20세기 이탈리아 사회 변동과 정체성의 고안, 미술이론과 현장(2020)

안니발레 카라치의 아젠자: “채워진 작은 인물초상<웃고 있는 젊은이>, 서양미술사학회 논문집(2019)

지역학과 미술사학의 상호 연관성 ? 이탈리아학의 사례를 중심으, 한국미술사교육학회(2019)

로마의 박물관 클러스터: 이탈리아 시립 박물관 플랫폼에 대한 사례 연구, 미술이론과 현장(2019)

그랜드 투어 시대의 감정과 위작에 대한 연구 줄리오 만치니와 주세페 궤라를 중심으로, 서양미술사학회 논문집(2018)

박물관 문화의 변화와 시각장애인을 위한 미술: 호메로스 국립 촉각 박물관을 중심으로, 현대미술사연구(2018)

피렌체 스티버트 박물관의 전시와 컬렉터의 정체성: <성 게오르기우스>의 재탄생과 고전의 의미, 미술이론과현장(2018)

「가에타노 줌보의 해부학 밀랍 모형: 죽음의 모티브에 관해서」, 『서양미술사학회 논문집』(2017)
「모렐리의 방법론: 미술과 과학의 ‘융합’에 대한 역사적 사례연구」, 『CONTENTS PLUS』 (2017)
「오마이의 초상: 공간적 타자와 역사적 상상력」, 『미술이론과 현장』 (2016)
「인체의 고안: 18세기 스페콜라 박물관의 해부학 밀랍모델」, 『Contents Plus』 (2016)
「피라네시의 ‘상상의 감옥’에 나타난 시간-공간의 형태」, 『Contents Plus』 (2016)
「인체의 고안: 18세기 스페콜라 박물관의 해부학 밀랍모델」, 『Contents Plus』 20 (2016)
「근대 초 해부학의 발전과 시각적 사유: 미술과 의학의 학제 간 상호연관성」, 『미술이론과 현장』(2015)
「브론치노의 <성 바르톨로메오>와 피렌체 유파의 해부학적 관점」, 『미술사연구』 (2015)
「메디치 컬렉션의 자전(autobiography)과 계몽주의 시대의 공공성 - 우피치 미술관을 중심으로」, 『서양미술사학회 논문집』(2015)
「피엘로 델라 프란체스카의 <그리스도의 책형>에 대한 도상학적 해석과 대수적 사고」, 『미술이론과 현장』 (2014)
「자바티니 현대 미술 컬렉션과 문화적 관점」, 『이탈리아어문학』(2014)


갈 홍(Hong KAL)

서울대학교미술대학과대학원에서미술이론을전공하고, 미국빙햄턴뉴욕주립대학에서미술사 박사학위를받았다. 현재카나다요크대학에서미술사학과교수로재직중이다. 저서로는Aesthetic Constructions of KoreanNationalism: Spectacle, Politics and History (Routledge, 2011) 있다.

최근 주요 논문   

“The Art of Witnessing: The Sewol Ferry Disaster in Hong Sung-dam'sPaintings,” Korean Studies, 43, 2019,pp. 96-119. 

Social Changes and Visual Culture in Contemporary Korea: AnIntroduction,” with Jooyeon Rhee, KoreanStudies, 43, 2019, pp. 1-5.

Building theDongdaemun Rooftop Paradise on the Margin of Seoul,”International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS) Newsletter, 76,2017, 34-35.

“Seoul Spectacle: The City Hall,the Plaza and the Public,” in City Hallsand Civic Materialism: Towards a Global History of Urban Public Space,edited by Swati Chattopadhyay and Jeremy White, with a foreword by Laura Kolbe(Routledge, 2014), pp. 276-291.

“Flowing Backto the Future: the Cheonggye Stream Restoration,”The Asia Pacific Journal: Japan Focus, June2011.

“Commemoration and the Construction of Nationalism: War Memorial Museumin Korea and Japan,” The Asia PacificJournal: Japan Focus, September 2008.

“Seoul and the Time in Motion: Urban Form andPolitical Consciousness,Inter Asia Cultural Studies, vol. 9, issue 3 (2008), pp. 359? 374.

“AestheticConstruction of Ethnic Nationalism: War Memorial Museums in Japan and Korea,”in Rethinking Historical Injustice andReconciliation in Northeast Asia: The Korean Experience, edited by Soon-WonPark, Gi-Wook Shin, and Daqing Yang (Routledge, 2007), pp. 132-153.

“Politics of Visual Comparison: Notes on the Formationof Nationalism in Colonial Expositions in Korea,” Art & Culture in East Asia, no. 3 (2006), pp. 217-249.

“Modeling theWest, Returning to Asia; Shifting Identities in Japanese Colonial Expositionsin Korea,” Comparative Studies in Society and History, vol. 47, no. 3 (July 2005), pp. 507-531.

샤오치엔 정(Shao-Chien Tseng)

대만국립중앙대학교(National Central University, Jhongli City) 미술사 교수. 주요 저서(공저)로는 複製、再現與傳播:近代版?文化 (群學: 2013)와 近代肖像意義的論辯 (遠流: 2012)가 있다. 최근 In/sight: Visual Culture and Aesthetic (2011)에 “Victor Burgin’s Urban Photo-Text: Fl?nerie and the Genius of Place”을 발표한 바 있으며, 2015년 발간 예정인 Perspectives on Degas(edited by Kathryn Brown)에 “Sport and Embodiment: Edgar Degas’s Racecourse Scenes”을 준비하고 있다. 

 

Fellowships, Awards, and Honors

Ministry of Science and Technology, research grants, 2016-present

Academia Sinica of Taiwan, research fellowship, 2017.

National Central University, teaching excellence award, 2020.

 

Selected Publications

 

“Sport and Embodiment: Edgar Degas’s Racecourse Scenes.” In Perspectives on Degas, edited by Kathryn Brown, chapter 2. Routledge, 2016.

“Relay of Images and Transference of Desire.” Art Accrediting, Kaohsuing Art Museum, no. 81 (August 2018): 12-19.

“Mapping the Vitality of Modernist Aesthetic.” Modern Art Quarterly, Taipei Fine Arts Museum, no. 194 (September 2019): 53-66.

“Delacroix, Signac, and Aesthetic Revolution in Fin-de-Si?cle France.” In Romantic Legacies: Transnational and Transdisciplinary Contexts, edited by Shun-liang Chao and John Corrigan, chapter 5. London: Routledge, 2019.

“Dispersal of the Pure Gaze: Ben Yu’s Social Landscape Photography.” In Taiwanese Photographer: Ben Yu, edited by Chi-Ling Hsu, 12-20. Taichung: National Taiwan Art Museum, 2020.

“Difficult Pleasure, Indecisive Moment.” Introduction for Pierre Assouline, Henri Cartier-Bresson: L’Oeuil du si?cle, translated by Chen-Fong Hsu, 7-14. Taipei: Acropolis Press, 2020.

“Cream Pies and Petrol Bombs: Yi-Chi Lin’s Universe of Images.” In The Book of Reenchantment, edited by Shauba Chang. Taipei: dmp editions, 2021, forthcoming.

“Yeh Wei-Li’s Photographic Narrative: The Action and Craft of Cultural Memory.” In Engaged Dialogues. Taipei: Fl?neur Press, 2021, forthcoming.

Representing the Modern Body: Sports Culture in Nineteenth-Century Art. Taipei: National Taiwan University Press, 2021, forthcoming.

Lectures

 

“The Artist in the Field: Yu Ji.” Mindset Art Gallery, Taipei, January 9, 2016.

“Noise and Gift: Keith Haring’s Street Art.” National History Museum, Taipei, February 20, 2016.

“The Bodily Allegory from Classicism to Modernism.” National Palace Museum, Taipei, April 29, 2017.

“The Sacred and Secular Narrative of the Body.” National Palace Museum, Taipei, June 10, 2017.

“Artistic Thoughts through the Body.” Kaohsiung Art Museum, Kaohsiung, July 7, 2018.

“Picasso’s Wildness and Rationality.” Gallery de Sol, Taipei, January 5, 2019.

“Ways of Approaching Art History.” National Central University, Taoyuan, July 7, 2019.

“Fairytales for Grown-ups: Modern Art and Popular Culture.” L?vy Gorvy Gallery, Hong Hong, October 11, 2019.

“Modern Art and Sports Culture.” National Taiwan Art Museum, Taichung, September 26, 2020.

“American Modernist Painting: Subjectivity and Gesture.” Museum of Taipei National University of Education. Taipei, January 24, 2021.

“American Modernist Painting: The Sublime and Intimate.” Museum of Taipei National University of Education. Taipei, January 31, 2021.

“Generating the Image: Conceptual Photography and Appropriation Art.” Artco Space, Taipei, May 15, 2021.

“Art History in Cinema.” Taiwan Film and Audiovisual Institute, Taipei, June 18, 2021.

 

Editorial activities

 

Journal of Art Studies, editorial board member, since 2012.

Journal of Taipei Fine Arts Museum, no. 31, guest editor, 2016.

Art History Strolls online journal (www.arthistorystrolls.com),founderandeditor,since2016.

 

 

 


최근 주요 논문
  

“Nadar’s Photography of Subterranean Paris: Mapping the Urban Body.” History of Photography 38.3 (2014)
“Positivism, Memory, and Allegory: Courbet’s Landscape Paintings.” Journal of Art Theory and Practice 12 (2011)
“Natural History and Social Caricature in J.-J. Grandville’s Un Autre Monde.” Taida Journal of Art History 33 (2011)


앤소니 화이트(Anthony White)

호주의 멜버른 대학(University of Melbourne) 교수로 미국 하바드대학에서 현대미술사를 전공하였고, 포그 미술관(Fogg Museum)과 호주 국립미술관에서 전시기획자로 활동한 경력이 있으며, 현재 호주와 뉴질랜드 미술학회장으로 활동하고 있다. 주요 저서에는 Lucio Fontana: Between Utopia and Kitsch(MIT Press, 2011)와 Grace McQuilten와 공저한 Art as Enterprise: Economic and Social Engagement in Contemporary Art (IB Tauris, 2015)가 있다.

Publications

Authored Research Books

Italian Modern Art in the Age of Fascism, New York, Routledge (2020).

Art as Enterprise: Economic and Social Engagement in Contemporary Art,London,IB Tauris /

Bloomsbury (2016) (with Grace McQuilten).

Lucio Fontana: Between Utopia and Kitsch,Cambridge, Mass., MIT Press (2011).

 

Chapters in Research Books

‘“Not an Against but a For”: Lucio Fontana and Postwar European Art’ in Lucio Fontana: On the

Threshold,exh. cat., (Met Breuer, New York) New Haven: Yale University Press (2019)

‘Lucio Fontana and Bruno Munari: Parallel Lives’inBruno Munari: The Lightness of Art, ed. Pierpaolo

Antonello, Matilde Nardelli and Margherita Zanoletti, London: Peter Lang (2017), 65 ? 87.

‘Michelangelo Pistoletto’s Minus Objects’ in Michelangelo Pistoletto: The Minus Objects 1965-

1966(Prestel, New York, 2017), 84 -111

(with Mark Nicholls) ‘“The Film of a Provincial”: The Artist Traveller in Fellini’s La dolce vita (1959)’ in Gemma Blackwood and Andrew McGregor (eds), Motion Pictures: Travel Ideals

in Film, Bern, Peter Lang AG Switzerland (2016), 85 ? 108.

‘Melinda Harper: Beyond the Present’ in Colour Sensation: The Works of Melinda Harper, Heide

Museum of Modern Art, Bulleen, 37 ? 42 (2015)

‘Lucio Fontana et le modernisme italien dans les ann?es 1920 et 1930’, in Lucio Fontana, Paris

Mus?es, Paris, 85 ? 90 (2014)

‘Pots in Dick: Ceramic Objects in Philip K. Dick’s Fiction’ in Making Worlds: Art and Science

Fiction,Surpllus, Melbourne, 111 ? 123 (2013)

‘Jackson Pollock’s “Blue Poles,”’ in Jackson Pollock’s Blue Poles. ed. A. White, National Gallery

of Australia, Canberra: 13 - 39 (2002)

‘They Are Vying for Shreds of Her Garments’; ‘Jacques and Natasha’; ‘My Mother, Myself and the Universe.’ Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Mexican Modernism: The Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection. ed. A. White, National Gallery of Australia, Canberra: 13 - 16, 20 - 28 (2001).

 

Journal Articles - Refereed

‘Futurism, Territory and War in the work of Fortunato Depero’ Journal of War and Culture

StudiesVol. 8, no. 2, (2015): 125?142.

‘Surrealism in Italy? Sexuality and Urban Space in the Work of Scipione (1904 ? 1933)’ Australian

and New Zealand Journal of Art, Vol. 14, no. 2 (2014): 168- 182.

(with Mark Nicholls) ‘Il gesto: Global Art and Italian Gesture Painting in the 1950s’ Humanities ResearchXIX, no. 3 (2013): 81 ? 97

‘Giorgio de Chirico: Rivalry and Difference’ in Journal of the History of Modern Art32 (2012):

105 ? 138.

(with Anthony Gardner and Mark Nicholls) ‘Cold War Cultures and Globalisation: Art and Film in Italy: 1946-1963’ in Third Text 26, no. 2 (2012): 205 - 215.

‘Up the Street: Mario Radice and Cesare Cattaneo’s Camerlata Fountain1935 ? 2010’, The

Journal of Art Theory and Practice10 (2010): 7 - 22.

‘The Trouble with Twins: Image and Ritual of the Yoruba ?re ?bej?EMAJ5 (2010): 1 - 22.

‘Wastage of Effect: Newness, Expendability and Memory in 1960s Art,’ Reading Room3 (2009): 120 - 136.

‘TV or not TV: Lucio Fontana’s ‘Luminous Images in Movement’’ Grey Room34 (2009): 6-27.

‘Industrial Painting’s Utopias: Lucio Fontana’s ‘Expectations’’ October124 (2008): 98-124

‘Art Beyond the Globe: Lucio Fontana’s Spatial Identity’ EMAJ3 (2008): pp. 1-13.

‘Gustave Courbet’s “The Wave”’ Art Bulletin of Victoria47 (2007): 46-53, 73.

 

Journal Articles - Refereed (cont.)

‘Terra Incognita: Surrealism and the Pacific,’ Papers of Surrealism6 (2007), 1-8

‘Graeme Doyle, The Cunningham Dax Collection and Surrealist Discourse,’ Papers of Surrealism

6 (2007), 1-12

‘No Form Can Be Spatial: The Origin of Lucio Fontana’s Spatial Concept.’ Art Bulletin of Victoria

45 (2005): 44-51.

‘Abstract Art, Ethics and Interpretation: The Case of Mario Radice,’ The Australian and New

Zealand Journal of Art4, no. 2 (2004): 43-56

‘Lucio Fontana: Between Utopia and Kitsch.’ Grey Room 5 (2001): 54-77.

 

Conference Papers - Fully Written - Refereed

(with Grace McQuilten) ‘Art as Social Enterprise’ inRestructure? Conference Proceedings

Unlikely Publishing, Melbourne (2016): 44 ? 72.

‘Marie Hagerty, Peter Karmel Building Fa?ade, Canberra School of Music, Australian National University’ in Interspaces: Art and Architectural Exchanges from East to West - Conference Proceedings, Australian Institute of Art History (2012): 1 - 12.

‘Wounded: Lucio Fontana’s Wartime Sculpture in Italy and Argentina’ in Crossing Cultures:

Conflict, Migration, Convergence - Proceedings of the 32nd Congress of the International

Committee of the History of Art, Melbourne University Press (2009): 734 - 738.

‘Sequins and Glitter: Fashion, Spectacular Bodies and 20thCenturyArt’inProceedings of The

Body: Connections with Fashion, IFFTI 2008 - 10th Annual Conference of International

Foundation of Fashion Technology Institutes, Melbourne (2008), 1-14.

‘Lucio Fontana: The Post-fascist Masculine Figure,’ in Proceedings of the Masculinities: Art

Gender and Popular Culture Conference, Ian Potter Museum of Art, University of

Melbourne, (2005), n.p.

‘Abstract Art and Fascism in Como,’ in Proceedings of the Art Association of Australia and New Zealand (NSW Chapter) Ethics and Aesthetics Conference, Art Gallery of New South

Wales, Sydney, (2004), 1-7.

 

Edited Books

Jackson Pollock’s Blue Poles. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra: (2002)

Frida Kahlo, Diego Rivera and Mexican Modernism: The Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection. National Gallery of Australia, Canberra: (2001)

 

Grants, Awards and Fellowships

Centre of Visual Art Small Grants Scheme, 2019

Australia Research Council Discovery Project Grant, 2018

 

조셉 탱키(Joseph J. Tanke)
하와이 대학교 마노아 캠퍼스 대학원과정 철학과 교수. 저서로는 The Bloomsbury Anthology of Aesthetics, edited and introduced with Colin McQuillan (2012), Jacques Ranci?re: An Introduction?Philosophy, Politics, Aesthetics (Continuum, 2011), Foucault’s Philosophy of Art: A Genealogy of Modernity (Continuum, 2009) 이 있다. 현재 현대미술 및 문화와 미학 간의 연관관계에 대한 심층적인 논의를 진행하는 저서인 Castles in the Sky: Aesthetics as Philosophical Discourse 을 집필 중이다.

PUBLICATIONS
Books
The Bloomsbury Anthology of Aesthetics, edited and introduced with Colin McQuillan
(August, 2012).
Jacques Ranci?re: An Introduction?Philosophy, Politics, Aesthetics (Continuum, 2011).
Foucault’s Philosophy of Art: A Genealogy of Modernity (Continuum, 2009).

Current Book Project
Castles in the Sky: Aesthetics as Useful Fiction is a monograph that contributes to the clarification and
defense of aesthetics as a philosophical discourse. I expect to publish this book with MIT University
Press.

Peer-Reviewed Articles
“Ranci?re and the Politics of Spectatorship,” under review at Critical Horizons.
“This Strange Idea of Art,” Philosophy East/West, Vol. 69, No. 2, (forthcoming, 2019).
“Communicablity Without Communication: Kant and Proust on Aesthetic Pleasure,” Diacritics,Vol. 45, No. 1 (2017), 76-93.
“Cette ?trange id?e de l’art,” ArtPress 2, Philosophie de Fran?ois Jullien, No. 46 (2017),104-113.
“Consensual, Dissensual, and Aesthetic Communities: Six Ways of Articulating the Politics of
Aesthetics,” The Journal of Art Theory and Practice. Vol. 16, No. 1, (2014).
“Art Before the Sublime: The Libidinal Economy Up Against the Pacific Wall,” in Cultural Politics, 2014.
“What is the Aesthetic Regime?” Parrhesia: A Journal of Critical Philosophy, No. 12, (2011),71-81.
“Why Ranci?re Now?” Journal of Aesthetic Education. Vol. 44, No. 2, (2010).
“J’ai le cafard: Deleuze on the Experience of Thinking,” Heythrop Journal. Vol. 51,No. 1 (2009).
“Reflections on the Philosophy and Anti-Philosophy of Art,” Philosophy Today. Vol. 53, No. 3,(2009).
“The Specter of Manet: A Contribution to the Archaeology of Painting,” Journal of
Aesthetics and Art Criticism. Vol. 66, No. 4, (2008).
“Thinking the Viral Within the Twilight of Values,” International Journal of Baudrillard
Studies. Vol. 4, No. 3, (2007). This article is currently being translated into
Russian for a special issue of Khora devoted to the work of Jean Baudrillard.
“The Care of the Self and Environmental Politics: Toward a Foucaultian Account of Dietary
Practice,” Ethics & the Environment. Vol. 12, No. 1, (2007).
“Michel Foucault at the Coll?ge de France: 1974-1976,” Philosophy and Social Criticism. Vol.
31, No. 5-6, (2005).
“Cynical Aesthetics: A Theme From Foucault’s 1984 Lectures at the Coll?ge de France,”
Philosophy Today. Vol. 46, No. 2, (2002).

Editing
Series Editor of Global Aesthetic Research, a book series dedicated to publishing the latest
research in the field of aesthetics without regard for its geographical origin or philosophical
orientation. Published with Rowman and Littlefield: Rowman International.
Published Volumes:
1.) J. Colin McQuillan, Early Modern Aesthetics, 2016.
2.) Catherine M. Soussloff, Foucault on the Arts and Letters, 2016.
3.) Constantin Boundas and Vana Tentokali, Architectural and Urban Reflections after Delueze
and Guattari, 2018
4.) Fran?ois Jullien, Living Off Landscape, or the Unthought-of in Reason, 2018.
Forthcoming Volumes:
5.) Emily Brady, Isis Brook, and Jonathan Prior, Environmental Aesthetics: Between Nature and
Culture.
6.) Zolt?n Somhegyi, Reviewing the Past: The Presence of Ruins.
Guest Editor of a special issue of Symposium on the work of Jacques Ranci?re,
Vol. 15, No. 2, (2011).
Guest Editor of a double issue of Philosophy and Social Criticism: Twenty Years After
Foucault, Vol. 31, No. 5-6, (2005).

Book Chapters
“Which Politics of Aesthetics?” in Distributions of the Sensible: Ranci?re, Between Aesthetics
and Politics, ed., Scott Durham and Dilip Gaonkar (Forthcoming at Northwestern
University Press, 2019.)
“The Specter of Manet: A Contribution to the Archaeology of Painting, in Understanding
Foucault/Understanding Modernism, ed., David Scott, (Bloomsbury, 2018).
“Painting From the Outside: Foucault and Van Gogh” in Van Gogh Among the Philosophers:
Painting, Thinking, Being, ed., David Nichols (Lexington Books, 2017).
“Everything, Including the Kitchen Sink,” translated by Joyce One as 凡所?有, ?所不有
in Forum on Contemporary Art, ed., Peng Feng (Circle Art Center, 2014).
“Contemporary Art and the Politics of Aesthetics,” in the Yearbook of Aesthetics, ed., Peng
Feng, Peking University (Marquette University Press, 2014).
“Jacques Ranci?re,” an article for the Encyclopedia of Aesthetics, ed., Michael Kelly,
(Oxford University Press, 2014).
“Why Julien Sorel Had to Be Killed,” in Ranci?re Now, ed., Oliver Davis, (Polity Press, 2013).
“On the Powers of the False: Foucault’s Engagements with the Arts,” in A Companion to
Foucault (Oxford: Blackwell, 2013).
“D?fis r?cents au paradigme postmoderne: le cas du r?gime esth?tique,” in Le postmoderne, un
paradigme pertinent dans le champ artistique? (Paris: La Lettre Vol?e, 2010).

Review Essays
“The Final ‘Final Foucault’?” forthcoming at The Los Angeles Review of Books.
“Everyday Gods: On Jacques Ranci?re’s Aisthesis,” Los Angeles Review of Books, July 7, 2013.

Book Reviews
“A Review of Tina Chanter’s Art, Politcs and Ranci?re: Broken Perceptions, Notre Dame
Philosophical Reviews, March 7, 2018.
“Communities of Dissensus: A Review of Communities of Sense: Rethinking Aesthetics and
Politics,” Parallax, No. 59, (2011).
“A Review of Chloe Taylor’s The Culture of Confession from Augustine to Foucault,”
Symposium. Vol. 14, No. 1, (2010).
“A Review of Todd May’s The Political Thought of Jacques Ranci?re,” Symposium. Vol. 13, No.
1, (2009).

Art Writings and Other Writings in Popular Publications
“What Could It Mean to Think Ink Painting?,” published in English and Mandarin in Hua Kan
(Art Monthly), January, 2015.
“Melt the Snow: Pan Gongkai on the Limits of Western Art,” an essay included in Pan Gongkai:
Generation and Dispersion, exhibition catalogue produced by the Zhejiang Museum of
Art, May, 2014.
“What Would Hegel Say?” Art In America, January 28, 2014.
“Content Follows Form: Li Song and the Decay of the Sublime,” an essay commissioned
for the Today Art Museum, Beijing, China. Published in English and Mandarin.
September, 2013.
“Musings on the Artness of Art: Arthur Danto’s What Art Is,” Art in America, August 30, 2013.
“Consensual, Dissensual, and Aesthetic Communities,” published in an online reader edited by
Paola Santoscoy and M?nica Amieva for their symposium on art and community held in
Mexico City, September 2013.
“Content Follows Form: Li Song and the Decay of the Sublime,” an essay commissioned for
Today Art Museum, Beijing, China. Published in English and Mandarin (2013).
“What’s New in Aesthetics?” Art in America, July 30, 2013.
“Peng Feng: Professional Professor, Amateur Curator,” Art in America, July 12, 2013.
“Liu Jun and the Politics of Feng Hua Xue Yue (?花雪?),” an essay commissioned
for Today Art Museum, Beijing, China. Published in English and Mandarin (2012).
“Become What You Are Not: Han Xiao’s Evanescent Beauty,” an essay
commissioned for Today Art Museum, Beijing, China. Published in English and
Mandarin (2012).
“An Interview with Joseph Tanke,” Cement, Summer, 2012.
“Sharing Sense: Editor’s Introduction,” special issue of Symposium on the work of Jacques
Ranci?re, Vol. 15, No. 2, (2011).
“Herbert Marcuse and the Arts,” an interview by Anthony Marcellini published by the San
Francisco Arts Commission Gallery, October 2008.
“‘Practice’ is Perfect”: Letter to the Editor of the New York Times, December 30, 2007.
This letter is a response to Roberta Smith’s “What We Talk About When We Talk About
Art.”
“The Betrayal of Words, or A Reading of Søren Kierkegaard’s Practice in Christianity,”
Dialogue. Vol. 44, No. 2-3, (2002).
“David Demming’s Sculpture,” The Sculpture Center Quarterly Newsletter,
October 1998.
“Harvey Rice: A Monument of Bronze and a Depiction of Generosity,”
The Sculpture Center Quarterly Newsletter, June 1998.

PRESENTATIONS
“Traversed by Limits, Marked by Furrows, and At War with Itself: Philosophy’s Margins,”
Opening Address, 2017 Graduate Conference in Philosophy, University of Hawaii,
Manoa, March 15, 2017.
“Thinking Through Art: From Poetics to Aesthetics,” A Presentation for the International
Cultural Studies Faculty Speaker Series, November 16, 2016.
“The Thought From the Outside: Reconstructing the early Foucault’s Account of Art,” Plenary
Address at the East/West Philosopher’s Conference, May 25, 2016.
“(How) Can Aesthetics Talk About Art,” Keynote address at Coloquio International de
Historia del Arte, Instituto de Investigaciones Est?ticas, UNAM, Mexico City,
October, 21, 2015.
“Aesthetics as Void,” an invited lecture held at Today Art Museum, Beijing, China, December 6,
2014.
“The Politics and Promise of Aesthetic Research,” a lecture organized by students in the
Department of Art and Aesthetics at Peking University, December 5, 2014.
“Rethinking ‘Modernity,’” an invited presentation for the conference “Modernity: Transmission
and Alternation?Three Asian Cases,” held at Today Art Museum, Beijing, China,
December 4, 2014.
“What Could It Mean to Think Ink Painting,” an invited presentation for “Review and
Reconstruction of Chinese Painting and History,” held at the National Museum, Beijing,
China, December 2-4, 2014.
“On the Sharability of Aesthetic Pleasure: From Kant to Proust,” an invited lecture at John
Carroll University, November 4, 2014.
“Towards the Historical Ontology of Pain,” an invited presentation for the humanities faculty at
John Carroll University, November 3, 2014.
“The Audacious Idea of the Aesthetic: Entropy in Two Parts, Contemporary Aesthetics,”
Cranbrook Academy of Art, November 11, 2014.
“The Audacious Idea of the Aesthetic: Entropy in Two Parts, Classical Aesthetics,” Cranbrook
Academy of Art, October 7, 2014.
“Broken Blossoms: Pan Gonkai on the Boundaries of Contemporary Art,” an invited
presentation for the exhibition “Pan Gongkai: Withered Lotus Cast in Bronze,” at the
Frye Art Museum in Seattle, October 5, 2014.
“Jacques Ranci?re: A Critical Introduction,” a series of invited lectures held at the center for
Aesthetics and Aesthetic Education, Beijing, China, July 6, 7, 8 and 9 of 2014.
“On the Virtues of Not Knowing What is Going On: Contemporary Art without the
Avant-Garde,” an invited lecture for the Central Academy of Fine Art, Beijing, China,
June 23, 2014.
“Six Ways of Understanding the ‘Politics of Aesthetics,’” an invited lecture for the Center for
Aesthetics and Aesthetic Education, Hangzhou Normal University, Hangzhou, China,
April 14, 2014.
“Melt the Snow: Pan Gongkai on the Limits of Western Art,” an invited lecture for the exhibition
“Pan Gonkai: Generation and Dispersion,” Zhejiang Art Museum, Hangzhou, China,
April 13, 2014.
“Crosscurrents and Undercurrents: Transformations of the Beautiful from Kant to Proust,”
keynote address for the 2014 Graduate Conference in Philosophy, University of Hawaii,
Manoa, March 15, 2014.
“Everything, Including the Kitchen Sink,” an invited presentation for the Ninth Annual Circle
Art Center Forum on Contemporary Art, Shenzhen, China, May 13, 2013.
“The Shallow and The Deep: The Foucaultian Critique of Hermeneutics,” an invited presentation
for the conference, Hermeneutics and Philosophical Classics, University of Hawaii,
February 23-24, 2013.
“Contemporary Art and the Politics of Aesthetics,” an invited presentation for the Critique
Program, San Francisco, January 28, 2013.
“Three Ways of Thinking Art and Community,” keynote address for a special
symposium on Art and Community at Kookmin University, Seoul, Korea, November 16,
2012.
“The Madness of the Surface,” an invited presentation for the Department of Aesthetics, Seoul
National University, Seoul, Korea, November 12, 2012.
“A Promissory Note Pain: Towards a Historical Ontology,” invited presentation for the
International Cultural Studies Certificate Program,” Honolulu, HI, October 24, 2012.
“The Polyvalent Politics of Aesthetics,” invited presentation for Renmin University, Beijing
China, July 14, 2012.
“The Logic of the Scene,” invited presentation for the International Association for Philosophy
and Literature, Tallinn Estonia, June, 2012.
“Art Into Life,” invited presentation for the Center for Biographical Research, University of
Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, March, 22, 2012.
“What Does It Mean to Look Creatively?,” invited presentation, [Off]Hours, Honolulu, HI,
September 15, 2011.
“Why Aesthetics Will End You, Part II,” invited presentation, The People’s Gallery, San
Francisco, May 9, 2011.
“Why Aesthetics Will End You, Part I,” CAP Forum, California College of the Arts, April 27,
2011.
“Which Politics of Aesthetics?” invited presentation, Northwestern University, April 22, 2011.
“What Does it Mean to Look Aesthetically?,” invited presentation for the Annual Meeting of the
Board of Trustees of California College of the Arts, San Francisco, CA, March 7, 2011.
“Art Before the Sublime: The Libidinal Economy Up Against the Pacific Wall,” an invited
presentation for the conference “Rewriting Lyotard” at the University of Alberta,
February 11-13, 2011.
“On the Politics of Art and Aesthetics,” annual meeting of the Pacific Association for the
Continental Tradition, University of San Francisco, October 9, 2010.
“What Can Aesthetics Do?” invited presentation for the first annual Biennial of the Americas,
Denver, Colorado, July 29, 2010.
“Beyond Ranci?re: Problems and Transformations of the Aesthetic Regime,” invited
presentation for the International Philosophical Seminar, S?dtirol, Italy, July 2, 2010.
“The Aesthetics of Existence,” an invited presentation for the seminar of Professor Marjolein
Oele, University of San Francisco, April 29, 2010.
“For A Materialist Imagination or A Materialism of the Imagination?” an invited presentation at
the Jan Van Eyck Academie, Maastricht, June 14, 2009.
“Resisting the Biopolitical: A Response to W. Swedlow,” an invited commentary at the Bay
Area Continental Philosophy Association, University of San Francisco, November 13,
2008.
“Aesthetics and Utopian Possibility: Herbert Marcuse and the Arts,” an invited presentation for
the exhibition “Immediate Future” at the San Francisco Arts Commission Gallery,
October 18, 2008.
“The Hellenic Strategies of Modern Art,” an invited presentation for the seminar of
Professor Catherine M. Soussloff at the University of California, Santa Cruz, June
3, 2008.
“Recent Challenges to the Postmodern Paradigm: the Case of the Aesthetic Regime,” in “Le
postmoderne, un paradigme pertinent dans le champ artistique?” May 30, 2008 at the
Institut national d’histoire de l’art in Paris, France.
“The Twisted Logic of Modernity: the Philosophy and Anti-Philosophy of Art,” at
Jacques Ranci?re Day, May 21, 2008 at Roehampton University, London, England.
“Thinking the Viral Within the Twilight of Values,” at the Annual Meeting of the International
Association for Philosophy and Literature, June 8, 2007 at the University of Cyprus.
“The Specter of Manet,” at the Annual Meeting of the New England Seminar in Continental
Philosophy, April 21, 2007 at Boston College.
“Transvestites Chez Foucault,” at the Annual Meeting of the Eastern Sociological Society,
February 24, 2006 in Boston, Massachusetts.
“On Empire and Institutions,” at the International Congress of Philosophy: Person and
Society, November 17-19, 2005 in Braga, Portugal.
“Historical Perspectives on Contemporary Justice,” at the 78th Annual Pacific Division
Meeting of the American Philosophical Association, March 29, 2004 in Pasadena,
California.
“On the ‘Spirituality’ of Michel Foucault’s Final Works,” at Identifications: Faith,
Theory, and Identity-Making, February 8, 2004 at Purdue University.
“Foucault’s Genealogies of Spirituality,” invited presentation for Philosophers in Jesuit
Education at the 100th Annual Eastern Division Meeting of the American Philosophical
Association, December 28, 2003 in Washington, D.C.
“Vegetarian Ethics, Practices of the Self and Environmental Politics,” meeting of the
International Association for Environmental Philosophy, November 9, 2003 in
Boston, Massachusetts.
“Out of the Funhouse: Toward a Critique of Baudrillard’s Third Order Simulacrum,”
Word & Image: Sixth International Conference, July 23, 2002 in Hamburg,
Germany.
“Foucault’s Aesthetics,” invited presentation for the Philosophy Club of John Carroll
University, November 19, 2001.
“Ensor’s Assassination,” Case Western Reserve University Graduate Student Conference
in Art History, April 1999.
ACADEMIC POSITIONS
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Interim Chairperson of the Philosophy Department
(August 2018-August 2019)
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Director of the International Cultural Studies Program
(January 2018- Present)
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Associate Professor (August 2013 to Present)
University of Hawaii at Manoa, Assistant Professor (August 2011 to July 2013)
California College of the Arts, Chalsty Professor of Aesthetics and Philosophy
(May 2007 to May 2011)
College of the Holy Cross, Visiting Professor (January 2007 to May 2007)
Boston College, Teaching Fellow (September 2004 to May 2007)
Cambridge College, Senior Lecturer (September 2004 to May 2007)
Merrimack College, Adjunct Professor (August 2003 to May 2004)
Philosophy and Social Criticism, Editorial Assistant
(June 2000 to September 2002 and August 2003 to June 2004)
John Carroll University, Philosophy Tutor (January 2000 to May 2000)
The Cleveland Museum of Art, Summer Intern (June 1999 to September 1999)
SCHOLARSHIPS, HONORS, AND AWARDS
Excellence in Teaching Award Nomination, 2016-2017, College of Arts and
Humanities, University of Hawaii, Manoa.
Critical Studies Fellowship, Cranbrook Academy of Art, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. This
residential fellowship includes a stipend ($15,000), travel support, and accommodations
for the fall semester.
Invited to participate in the International Summer School, Renmin University, Beijing China,
July, 2014. During this time, I offered a course on comparative aesthetics, “Aesthetics:
East and West.”
Organizer and Instructor of Annual Seminar on Aesthetics at the Center for Aesthetics and
Aesthetic Education, Peking University, Beijing, China.
Awarded by the Center for Chinese Studies at the University of Hawaii two month’s support at
the University of Peking, China, June 11, 2012-August 11, 2012. During this time, I
offered a mini-seminar on aesthetics and politics at the Center for Aesthetic Education
and Research at Peking University.
University Research Council Award of $2000.00, April, 2012, University of Hawaii.
Founded and Organized the CAP Forum, a regular conversation series on topics dealing with
philosophy and culture. (September 2008 to August 2011). Grant award: $7,000.00
Organized the international symposium “Aesthetics After the Postmodern Turn: Philosophy,
Criticism, and Studio Culture.” October 17, 2009 at California College of the Arts. Grant
award: $20,000.00.
Chalsty Research Award, California College of the Arts, 2009. Grant award: $12,500.
Faculty Development Grant, California College of the Arts, 2007. Grant award: $2,500.
Named to Editorial Board of Philosophy and Social Criticism, 2007.
Recipient of the Donald J. White Teaching Excellence Award Boston College, 2006.
Award: $600.00.
Dissertation Fellowship, Graduate School of Arts and Sciences, Boston College, 2006.
Fellowship award: $15,000.
Grant for Summer Language Study at the Sorbonne, Paris, Philosophy Department,
Boston College, 2006. Grant award: $2000.00.
Recipient of the Donald J. White Teaching Excellence Award, Boston College, 2005.
Award: $600.00.
Recipient of Ernest Fortin Memorial Grant, Boston College, 2004. Grant award: $1500.00.
Teaching Fellowship, Boston College, 2003-2007, Five years of full support were awarded; four
were used.
Accepted to the 2001-2002 Graduate Student International Forum, Boston College,
2001.
Graduate Student International Forum Grant, Boston College, 2001. Grant award: $500.00.
David Matthew Bonnot Memorial Scholarship in Philosophy, John Carroll University,
2000, Grant award: $500.00.
Roger A. Welchans Award for Outstanding Achievement in the Arts, John Carroll University,
2000.
Undergraduate Research Grant to fund research at the Museum of Modern Art,
New York City. John Carroll University, 1999. Grant award: $500.00.
President’s Honor Award, John Carroll University, 1996-2000, (Four-year tuition scholarship).
CURATORIAL WORK
Co-curator of Art College Radio, an audio exhibition featuring the work of CCA students
and faculty, as well as a collection of internationally recognized artists. March 13, 2009-
April 24, 2009.

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE
Referee for Parhesisa.
External Reviewer for Hong Kong Research Grants Council.
Member of the Editorial Board for Art Theory and Practice.
Referee for Philosophy East and West.
Manuscript and Proposal Review for Bloomsbury International.
Manuscript and Proposal Review for Rowman & Littlefield International.
Review Board Member for Education Sciences and Society (Italy).
Manuscript and Proposal Review for Polity Press.
Manuscript Review for University of Toronto Press.
Manuscript and Proposal Review for Continuum International.
Manuscript Review for Oneworld Press.
Invited to organize and chair a Life and Works Symposium: Jean Baudrillard:
Commemorating the Conspiracies of His Art, at the Annual Meeting of the International
Association for Philosophy and Literature. University of Cyprus, June 4-9, 2007.
Referee for Philosophy and Social Criticism.
Referee for Foucault Studies.
Referee (in French) for PhaenEx.
Referee for Transformations.
Planning Committee for Post-Structuralist Reading Group at Boston College.
Chair of an Invited APA Symposium: Foucault, Hadot, and Philosophy as a Way of Life,
at the 101st Annual Eastern Division Meeting of the American Philosophical Association,
December 30, 2004.
Invited by the Foucault Society to organize and direct the planning committee for a
symposium and exhibition devoted to Michel Foucault and contemporary visual art.
PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
American Philosophical Association
Society for Phenomenological and Existential Philosophy
American Society for Aesthetics
International Association for the Study of Word and Image
International Association for Environmental Philosophy
Eastern Sociological Society
LANGUAGES
French
German
UNIVERSITY SERVICE
Member of Dai Ho Chun Committee, 2015-present.
(Duties Include: identifying and inviting high-profile visitors to UHM for academic
enrichment and exchange; publicity; hosting and hospitality; organization; and formal
introductions to university community.)
Faculty Judge for the Three-Minute Thesis Competition sponsored by Graduate Division, spring
2018.
Member of a Committee Responsible for Working on the Transition from Course Evaluation
System to eCafe, Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs Office, 2016.
DEPARTMENT SERVICE
Interim Chairperson, 2018-2019.
Member of the Graduate Committee, 2011-2013 and 2015-2018.
Colloquium Coordinator, 2016-2017.
Chairperson for the Departmental Committee to Develop a New Website, 2012-2014.
Graduate Chair, 2013-2014.
UHPA Representative, 2011-2014 and 2015-present.
Regular and ongoing support of the Graduate Program through the organization of workshops
dedicated to publishing, teaching, and various aspects of the job market.
VOLUNTEER WORK
Consulting and written work volunteered for Full Circle Giving, a non-profit organization
dedicated to improving the lives of the financially disadvantaged in Cleveland, Ohio and
Cuyahoga County. Active participation (2007-Present).
Volunteer work on various political and human rights campaigns (2006-Present).

편저에 포함된 주요 논문
  

“Which Politics of Aesthetics?” in Distributions of the Sensible: Ranci?re, Between Aesthetics and Politics, ed. Scott Durham and Dilip Gaonkar (Northwestern University Press, 2014)
“Everything, Including the Kitchen Sink,” translated by Joyce One as 凡所?有, 无所不有 in Forum on Contemporary Art, ed. Peng Feng (Circle Art Center, 2014).
“Why Julien Sorel Had to Be Killed,” in Ranci?re Now, ed., Oliver Davis(Polity Press, 2013)
“On the Powers of the False: Foucault’s Engagements with the Arts,” in A Companion to Foucault (Blackwell, 2013)


최근 주요 논
  

“Art Before the Sublime: The Libidinal Economy Up Against the Pacific Wall,” (Forthcoming at Cultural Politics).
“Consensual, Dissensual, and Aesthetic Communities: Six Ways of Articulating the Politics of Aesthetics,” The Journal of Art Theory and Practice. Vol. 16, No. 1 (2013)
“What is the Aesthetic Regime?” Parrhesia: A Journal of Critical Philosophy. No. 12 (2011)
“Why Ranciere Now?” Journal of Aesthetic Education. Vol. 44, No. 2 (2010)



 

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