Arts Asiatiques 64 (2009)

Pascal ROYERE, Valérie ZALESKI, Francesca TAGLIATESTA, Nalini BALBIR, Ernelle BERLIET, Michael LUCKEN, Richard O’CONNOR, John N. MIKSIC

Collection : Arts Asiatiques

Collection's number: 064

Edition: EFEO, Musée Guimet

Publication date: 2009

Status : Available


ISBN-13 : 9782855391151

ISSN : 0004-3958

Width : 22 cm

Height : 27 cm

Weight : 0,85 kg

Number of pages : 159

Distributor : EFEO Diffusion

Geography : India, Cambodia, Asia, South East Asia, Japan, Burma (Myanmar), Thailand

Language : Français, Anglais

Place : Paris

Support : Papier

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Table of contents

Comptes rendus d'ouvrages
* Claude Basu
Benode Behari Mukherjee, Chitrakar
* Anne Chayet
Samten G. Karmay & Jeff Watt (éds), Bon. The Magic Word. The Indigenous Religion of Tibet
* Michèle Pirazzoli-t'Serstevens
Anthony J. Barbieri-Low, Artisans in Early Imperial China
* Frances Wood
Anne Kerlan-t'Serstevens, Autour des collections d'art en Chine au XVIIIe siècle
* Anner Kerlan
Xiaobing Tang, Origins of the Chinese Avant-Garde, The Modern Woodcut Movement
* Marijke J. Klokke
Natasha Reichle, Violence and Serenity: Late Buddhist

About the collection

Arts Asiatiques

Founded in 1924 under the title Revue des Arts Asiatiques, the journal was placed under the directorship of Jean Filliozat, a member of the Academy of Inscriptions and Belles-Lettres and director of the Ecole française d'Extrême-Orient (EFEO), in 1959. Since 1962 Arts Asiatiques has been published by the EFEO, in association with the Guimet and Cernuschi Museums and with the financial support of the Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique (CNRS).

From the outset, Arts Asiatiques was conceived as bridging the worlds of academia and the museum. Today, Arts Asiatiques remains one of the rare periodicals devoted to Asian art and archaeology from a rigorously scholarly perspective. Its ambition is to publish all fields of original scholarship and technical expertise and to explore the full range of primary sources useful to the comprehensive analysis of works of art, from their fabrication and transmission to their iconographic impact: archaeology, history of art and religions, social history, anthropology, material culture, architecture, conservation, textual and documentary sources including inscriptions on various media.

The Editors

The editorial team of Arts Asiatiques comprises the Editor-in-Chief, an Editorial Board based in Paris, and an international Advisory Board. See the list of members

Editorial Office
Musée national des arts asiatiques - Guimet
6, place d'Iéna
75116 PARIS

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