Sat, Apr 24 | Webinar

Painting Borders: the Art of Zhao Wuji

Dr. Antonio Mezcua López received his doctorate degree in History of Art from the University of Granada in May 2007. His research is focused on dynastic Chinese landscape, gardens and painting. He was Academic Visitor at The Centre for Visual Art, Oxford University in 2008-9 and in May to July 2011.
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Painting Borders: the Art of Zhao Wuji

Time & Location

Apr 24, 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM GMT+2
Webinar

About the Event

In this webinar, we will focus on Zhao Wuji (Zao Wou-ki), a Sino-French painter of the second half of the 20th century. His paintings are the result of the hybridization of two pictorial languages, water-ink painting and oil painting. We will briefly look at his journey, guided by his biography and the contributions he made to both worlds, the Chinese and the European.

Our speaker:

Dr. Antonio Mezcua López received his doctorate degree in History of Art from the University of Granada in May 2007. His research is focused on dynastic Chinese landscape, gardens and painting. He was Academic Visitor at The Centre for Visual Art, Oxford University in 2008-9 and in May to July 2011. He also was Post-doctoral fellow in Paris at the Ecole des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, Centre de Recherches sur les Arts et le Langage from 2010 to 2011. In 2014 he was Landscape Summer Fellow at Dumbarton Oaks, Harvard University Trust. Since 2015 is an assistant teacher of Chinese art and culture at Granada University. He is currently working on a research project about Hangzhou West Lake.

Main publications:

- “Cursed Sculptures, Forgotten Rocks; The history of the Feilaifeng Mountain”. Studies in the History of Gardens & Designed Landscapes An International Quarterly, Volume 37, - Issue 1,pp. 33-76, 2017.

-Experiencia del Paisaje en China; Shan shui o cultura del paisaje en la dinastía Song. Madrid, Abada, 2014. pp. 330

- “Gazing the mountains, Tasting tea; The relation between landscape culture and tea culture in Song China.” Studies in the History of Gardens & Designed Landscapes An International Quarterly. vol- 33, n 3 pp. 139-147, 2013.

Our moderator:

Ana Sánchez is a member of the EG Webinars Team and a graduate student in Translation and Interpreting (English and Chinese) at the University of Granada, Spain. She is planning to pursue a Master's degree in Development and International Relations at Aalborg University.

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