About The Course HAA 88

Faculty:

Prof. Eugene Wang

 

Head Teaching Fellow:

Chenchen Lu

 

 

China is grasped through twelve artworks, spanning three millennia from the Bronze Age to the twentieth century. These artworks form both a timeline and a jigsaw puzzle with recurrent themes, e.g., the correlation between cosmos, body, and mind. The course consists of case studies, revealing both larger intellectual trends and the nuanced way artworks engage established formal conventions. Students learn about China through art and acquire visual literacy that takes art on its own terms.

 


 

Contact

Chenchen Lu

chenchenlu01@g.harvard.edu