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1 East West Center - ASDP Honolulu, 9 august 2013 Rosana Pereira de Freitas Professor I Coordinator History of Art (new undergraduate degree) Fine Arts School Federal University of Rio de Janeiro

2 Infusing Chinese and Japanese Religion, Art and Literature into the Undergraduate Curriculum

3 In Brazil !!! Infusing Chinese and Japanese Religion, Art and Literature into the Undergraduate Curriculum

4 First infusion Islam in China In the required course History of Art II Unit 3: Islamic Art (the unit already exist, but we go until the Iberian Peninsula and stop there).

5 First infusion Islam in China In the required course History of Art II Unit 3: Islamic Art (the unit already exist, but we go until the Iberian Peninsula and stop there).

6 First infusion Islam in China In the required course History of Art II Infuse examples of sino-islamic art and architecture.

7 Second infusion Buddhism In the required course Oriental Arts: India/China/Japan BAH364

8 Second infusion Buddhism Infuse Buddhism as a key theme to connect the 3 units: India/China/Japan c.11th century black sandstone, 28 x 75 cm Asian Art Museum, Berlim

9 in Parallel Second cup of Buddhism Long-term project: “Buddhist Art: from the aniconic times until Murakami’s Oval Buddha” c.11th century black sandstone, 28 x 75 cm Asian Art Museum, Berlim

10 Last infusion Special Topic “Art & Text” (or “Word and Image”)there are electives courses called “Tópicos Especiais”

11 Reading Contemporary Asian Art through Literature (or the vengeance of the art historian)

12 Context The Fine Arts School of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro is the oldest institution of arts in Brazil. Since colonial times we have had courses in Engraving, Painting, Sculpture, among others. But only in 2009, the degree in History of Art was created.

13 Context Even being a bicentenary institution – The Fine Arts School was created by the King of Portugal, when the Portuguese Royal Family moved from Portugal under Napoleon threat – it’s the first time that the institution has promoted a course in Asian Arts.

14 Challenge There is no text-book (no Clunas, no Masson, no Stanley-Baker) Ex. *Wong, Eva (tr), Seven Taoist Masters: a Folk Novel of China (Boston: Shambhala, 1990). We have 3 others books translated into Portuguese on the shelves of self-help books (“Feng Shui” etc.) *Pauline C. Lee recommended readings but we have: **Watson, Burton (tr), Chuang Tzu (New York: Columbia University Press, 1968). Translated from English (!)

15 Rugendas, 1822 Tea Plantation The first Chinese Immigrants arrived in Brazil in 1810 (400)

16 A poster used in Japan to attract immigrants to Brazil. The first Japanese immigrants arrived in Brazil in Brazil is home to the largest Japanese population outside of Japan. “As of 2004, there were some 1.6 million people of Japanese descent estimated to live in Brazil, accounting for 62 percent of the 2.6 million Japanese and their descendents in total living abroad, according to the Association of Nikkei and Japanese Abroad”. The Japan Times Online,

17 Invitation

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19 Museu Dom João VI

20 Par de porta pincéis. Museu Dom João VI, Coleção Jerônimo Ferreira das Neves, Rio de Janeiro, Acervo n° 1398A e 1398B. 10 por 5,8 cm, c – 1850

21 Shan Xing I Escalada da Montanha Du Mu (803 – 852) “Por este caminho sinuoso de pedras escalo a montanha até o topo, onde faz frio. O caminho me conduz a um lugar de nuvens brancas onde vivem pessoas. Detenho a minha carruagem e sento-me para apreciar as árvores de bordo, cujas folhas geladas são tão vermelhas quanto as flores de primavera.” (trad. Maria Fernanda Lochschmidt) Porta pincéis. Museu Dom João VI, Coleção Jerônimo Ferreira das Neves, Rio de Janeiro, Acervo n° x 6 cm. ca – 1850

22 Art and Literature are tied The importance of narrative The role of the spectator Assumptions

23 Reading Contemporary Asian Art through Literature (or the vengeance of the art historian)

24 Reading Contemporary Asian Art through Literature Unit 1: “Under Confucians Eyes” Unit 2: Under Buddha’s Smile Unit 3: Under the Moonlight

25 A detail of “He Xie,” an installation of ceramic crabs at the that refers to a dinner celebrating Ai Weiwei’s studio shortly before its razing by the Chinese government

26 Visitantes tentam ler A Book from the Sky. 4 mil blocos de madeira A Book from the Sky

27 In Chinese, the word for river crab, hexie, sounds very similar to that for “harmony”, the ideological buzzword of the current regime referencing the censorship of China

28 Zhang Huan – Confúcio (2011)

29 Zhang Huan – Buddha (2011)

30 Artist: Jocho Title: Amida Buddha Medium: Gold leaf and lacquer on wood Size: height 9'8" (2.95 m) Date: Heian period, c CE Source: Phoenix Hall, Byodo-in

31 Artist: Jocho Title: Amida Buddha Medium: Gold leaf and lacquer on wood Size: height 9'8" (2.95 m) Date: Heian period, c CE Source: Phoenix Hall, Byodo-in

32 Mariko Mori, Oneness, 2003; Pure Land ; Dream Temple, Pure

33 Old themes + Travel literature Yoshitomo Nara

34 Yoshitomo Nara

35 Travel literature Wenceslau de Moraes (Lisbon, Tokushima, 1929)

36 Bibliography 1/4 Bashô. Trilha estreita ao confim. São Paulo, Iluminuras, 1997 ("Oku no hosomichi") Contos Populares Chineses. São Paulo: Landy, Ching, S.C. & Wei, L. S. China – Lendas e Mitos. São Paulo: Kempf, 1984 Cleary, T. Meditações taoístas. Brasília: Teosófica, 2001 (recolha de textos taoístas) Cleary, T. O essencial de Confúcio. São Paulo: Best Seller, 1992 Cleary, T. O essencial do Tao. São Paulo: Best Seller, 1992 Cleary, T. Wen tzu. Brasilia: Teosófica, Confucio Analectos. São Paulo: Pensamento, 1997.

37 Bibliography 2/4 Confúcio Conversações. São Paulo: Ibrasa, 1999 (trad. Anne Cheng) Franchetti, Paulo, org. Haikai; antologia e história. 3a. ed. Campinas, SP, Ed. da Unicamp, 1996 Gonçalves, R. (org) Textos Budistas e Zen Budistas. São Paulo: Cultrix, Goga, H. Masuda & ODA, Teruko. Natureza - berço do haicai; kigologia e antologia. São Paulo, Empresa Jornalística Diário Nippak, 1996 Guerra, J.J. Dicionário semântico de Chinês – Português. Macau, Jesuítas Portugueses, Hamill, S. & Seaton, J. Chuang Tzu. São Paulo: Cultrix, 2000.

38 Bibliography 3/4 Kenkô, Yoshida. A Arte de transformar tempo útil em tempo fútil. São Paulo: Landy, Laozi - Tao te Ching, o livro do Caminho Perfeito. São Paulo: Pensamento, 1985 (trad. M Azevedo) Laozi - Tao Te King São Paulo: Attar, 1995 Laozi Daodejing. São Paulo: Hedra, 2002 (trad. M. Sproviero) Laozi. Tao te king. São Paulo: Paulus, 2001 Laozi - Tao te ching. São Paulo: Martins Fontes, (trad. B. Watson) Meireles, C. Poemas Chineses. Rio de Janeiro: Nova Fronteira, 1996 Merton, T. A Via de Chunag Tzu. Petropolis: Vozes, Merton, T. Místicos e mestres zen. Rio de Janeiro: Civilização brasileira, Ming, L.I. O Despertar do Tao. São Paulo: Pensamento, Savary, Olga, trad. Haikais de Bashô. São Paulo, Hucitec, 1989, 84 p. Antologia de haicais traduzidos do mestre japonês. Watson, B. Chuang Tzu. São Paulo: Cultrix, 1988 Wilhelm, R. A Sabedoria do I Ching. São Paulo: Pensamento, 1991 Wilhelm, R. I Ching. São Paulo: Pensamento, Wilhelm, R. Tao Te King. São Paulo: Pensamento, 1989.

39 Bibliography 4/4 Merton, T. Místicos e mestres zen. Rio de Janeiro: Civilização brasileira, Ming, L.I. O Despertar do Tao. São Paulo: Pensamento, Savary, Olga, trad. Haikais de Bashô. São Paulo, Hucitec, 1989, 84 p. Antologia de haicais traduzidos do mestre japonês. Watson, B. Chuang Tzu. São Paulo: Cultrix, 1988 Wilhelm, R. A Sabedoria do I Ching. São Paulo: Pensamento, 1991 Wilhelm, R. I Ching. São Paulo: Pensamento, Wilhelm, R. Tao Te King. São Paulo: Pensamento, 1989.

40 Supplementary Bibliography 1/2 Campos, H. (org.) Ideograma. São Paulo: Cultrix, Conze, E. Budismo. Rio de Janeiro: Civilização Brasileira, 1973 Cooper, J. C. O Taoísmo. São Paulo: Martins Fontes, 1986 Eliade, M. História das Crenças e idéias religiosas. Rio de Janeiro: Zahar, Kudielka, Robert. "Arte do mundo – arte de todo o mundo?". In: Novos Estudos, São Paulo, CEBRAP, n.67, nov./2003, p Kuniyoshi, Celina. Imagens do Japão: uma utopia de viajantes. São Paulo: Estação Liberdade; FAPESP,1998.

41 Supplementary Bibliography 2/2 Leite, José Roberto Teixeira. A China no Brasil: influências, marcas, ecos e sobrevivências chinesas na sociedade e na arte brasileiras. Campinas: Editora da Unicamp, Sullivan, M. A Arte da China e do Japão. Lisboa,1971. The “Eating Crabs” Youth Book. In: Mann, Susan & Cheng, Yu-Yin. Under Confucian Eyes. Berkeley/Los Angeles/London: University of California Press Thornton, Sarah. A visita ao Ateliê. In: Sete dias no mundo da arte. Rio de Janeiro: Editora Agir, Zimmer, Heinrich. Mitos e símbolos na arte e civilização da Índia. São Paulo: Palas Athenas, 1989.

42 Further infusions How about a panel? Revisiting the Past, Living the Present, Envisioning the Future: Twentieth National Conference of the Asian Studies Development Program

43 Zhang Xiaogang b. Kunming, China, Lives in Beijing Bloodline, 1995 Further infusions On the red tread: (non-)authorized genealogies

44 Obrigado(a)! Islam in China in the unit Islamic Art HAV 2


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