Faculty

Prof. Stanley Kenji Abe

Prof. Stanley Kenji Abe

來訪時間:2012.05.17-21


Department of Art, Art History and Visual Studies, Duke University, USA

美國杜克大學 美術、美術史與視覺研究學系

 

簡歷

2001–

Associate Professor with tenure, Department of Art and Art History / Affiliate Faculty: Literature Program   and Women’s Studies Program, Duke University

1994–2001

Assistant Professor, Department of Art and Art History (Andrew W. Mellon Assistant Professor of  Art and Art History, 1998–99) Duke University 

1993–1994

Assistant Professor, Department of Art History, Dartmouth College

1990–1993

Assistant Professor, Department of Humanities, San Francisco State    University

1989–1990

Lecturer, Art History, California College of Arts and CraftsOakland,
   California

代表著作

2012

“The Modern Moment of Chinese Sculpture,”MisulCharyo82 (December 2012), in press.

“GeneralMunthe’s  Sculpture Collection,”in  Jorunn Haakestad,ed.,Gifts(Bergen: Vestlandske Kunstindustrimuseum), 42–47. 

2011

"Locating World Art," inSaloniMathur, ed.,Migrant's Time  (Williamstown, Ma.: Sterling and Francine Clark Art Institute), 130–45.

“Rockefeller Home Decorating and Objects from China,” in Vimalin Rujivachakurul, ed., Collecting “China:” The  World, China, and A Short History of Collecting  (Newark, DE.: The University of Delaware Press, 2011), 107–23.

2009

"Collecting Chinese Sculpture: Paris, New York,  Boston," in Journeys East: Isabella Stewart Gardner and Asia, Alan Chong and NorikoMurai, eds. (Boston:  Isabella Stewart Gardner   Museum, 2009), 432-442. 

2008

From Stone to Sculpture: The Alchemy of the  Modern,”in Art Rediscovered: Chinese Sculpture             from theSacklerCollections at Columbia University(New York: Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University), 7–16.

China, The Buddha, and Modern Aestheticism,”in Re-Imagining Asia, ed. Shaheen Merali   (Berlin: HausderKulturender Welt), 124–33. 

2006   

XuBing dezhenshideyishu徐冰的真實的藝術(The Genuine Art ofXuBing),in Wu Hong, ed.,XuBing --Yancaojihua徐冰菸草計畫(XuBing: Tobacco Project) (Beijing: Zhongguo  Renmindaxuechubanshe, 106–114.

To Avoid the Inscrutable: Abstract  Expressionism  and the “Oriental Mode,”inKobena   Mercer, ed., Discrepant Abstraction  (Cambridge, MA: MIT   Press,2006), 52–73.

2005

Why Asia Now? Contemporary Asian Art and the  Politics of Multiculturalism,”in David A. Bailey,  IanBaucom, and Sonia Boyce, eds.Shades of Black: Assembling the 80s, A ransatlanticdialogue on Afro-Asian arts in post-war Britain (Durham: Duke University Press), 109–114.