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  • The Literati's Ordinaries: A Proposal of Life from the 17th Century_4

    The Literati's Ordinaries: A Proposal of Life from the 17th Century_4

    • Dates: 2019/09/28~2020/01/05
    • Gallery: Exhibition Area I 105,107
    CC BY 4.0

    Exhibit

    This exhibition illustrates a transitory time range in the 17th century, a period that was both intriguing and full of various possibilities. From the perspective of the modern material culture studies, not only we can glance into the story of adventurers that explored new water channels through hardships, under the scope of the East and West exchanges, but also from the viewpoint of the district Jiangnan, to understand the seemingly ordinary, but in fact detail-oriented quality of the literati families' daily rituals. The curatorial focus concentrates on the "calligraphy and painting" and "objects", the two chapters extracted from "Treatise on Superfluous Things" that was written by the modest literati Wen Zhenheng (1586-1645) in the 17th century. In addition to rediscover the cultural contexts embedded by the museum's collection, it is also the purpose to explore the fine elements of the ancients' appreciation towards the objects. Along the process, the picture of related social network is built up and the gradual trend to admire the antiquarian style, which had placed influence on general home accessories is also clarified. The purpose is unfolded by examining the ancient mindsets about one's belongings and then look into the relationship between human and objects in the modern days.

    The exhibition is divided into four sections. The first section, "Wen Zhenheng and Treatise on Superfluous Things" traces the outline of the author's life and social encounters, and then through the exhibits of rare books, ancient documents, calligraphies, and also paintings, to explore the publication and circulation of "Treatise on Superfluous Things", which was guarded as the guideline of connoisseurship. The second section, "Taste of Literati" presents the daily accessible objects and the individual opinions in connoisseurship among the ancient literati's circle, which was represented by Wen Zhenheng. The third section, "Applicable Things" showcases objects with collectors' marks to echo the principles of Wen Zhenheng, and to state the varied categories and mindset of collected objects. The final section "In Pursuit of Curios in the Market" exhibits creations in antiquarian style and innovative merchandises that had flooded the market due to the distribution turning common, and had further encouraged objects bearing the marks of celebrated craftsmen or renowned workshops to be a part of the trend.

    Each period under the course of time had developed new elements, which are worthy of referring to and learning from. In nowadays, we march forward at a rapid pace daily, and have encounters with everything old and new. Besides the necessities in life, have you ever wondered what things are really the essentials of life? Although the exhibition reconstructs a few certain ways to manifest the social status and to differentiate groups by people in a small number, but through the interpretation of the curator regarding the exhibits, a proposal to recreate a pleasant and aesthetic living is also provided. 

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  • The Literati's Ordinaries: A Proposal of Life from the 17th Century_3

    The Literati's Ordinaries: A Proposal of Life from the 17th Century_3

    • Dates: 2019/09/28~2020/01/05
    • Gallery: Exhibition Area I 105,107
    CC BY 4.0

    Exhibit

    This exhibition illustrates a transitory time range in the 17th century, a period that was both intriguing and full of various possibilities. From the perspective of the modern material culture studies, not only we can glance into the story of adventurers that explored new water channels through hardships, under the scope of the East and West exchanges, but also from the viewpoint of the district Jiangnan, to understand the seemingly ordinary, but in fact detail-oriented quality of the literati families' daily rituals. The curatorial focus concentrates on the "calligraphy and painting" and "objects", the two chapters extracted from "Treatise on Superfluous Things" that was written by the modest literati Wen Zhenheng (1586-1645) in the 17th century. In addition to rediscover the cultural contexts embedded by the museum's collection, it is also the purpose to explore the fine elements of the ancients' appreciation towards the objects. Along the process, the picture of related social network is built up and the gradual trend to admire the antiquarian style, which had placed influence on general home accessories is also clarified. The purpose is unfolded by examining the ancient mindsets about one's belongings and then look into the relationship between human and objects in the modern days.

    The exhibition is divided into four sections. The first section, "Wen Zhenheng and Treatise on Superfluous Things" traces the outline of the author's life and social encounters, and then through the exhibits of rare books, ancient documents, calligraphies, and also paintings, to explore the publication and circulation of "Treatise on Superfluous Things", which was guarded as the guideline of connoisseurship. The second section, "Taste of Literati" presents the daily accessible objects and the individual opinions in connoisseurship among the ancient literati's circle, which was represented by Wen Zhenheng. The third section, "Applicable Things" showcases objects with collectors' marks to echo the principles of Wen Zhenheng, and to state the varied categories and mindset of collected objects. The final section "In Pursuit of Curios in the Market" exhibits creations in antiquarian style and innovative merchandises that had flooded the market due to the distribution turning common, and had further encouraged objects bearing the marks of celebrated craftsmen or renowned workshops to be a part of the trend.

    Each period under the course of time had developed new elements, which are worthy of referring to and learning from. In nowadays, we march forward at a rapid pace daily, and have encounters with everything old and new. Besides the necessities in life, have you ever wondered what things are really the essentials of life? Although the exhibition reconstructs a few certain ways to manifest the social status and to differentiate groups by people in a small number, but through the interpretation of the curator regarding the exhibits, a proposal to recreate a pleasant and aesthetic living is also provided. 

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  • The Literati's Ordinaries: A Proposal of Life from the 17th Century_2

    The Literati's Ordinaries: A Proposal of Life from the 17th Century_2

    • Dates: 2019/09/28~2020/01/05
    • Gallery: Exhibition Area I 105,107
    CC BY 4.0

    Exhibit

    This exhibition illustrates a transitory time range in the 17th century, a period that was both intriguing and full of various possibilities. From the perspective of the modern material culture studies, not only we can glance into the story of adventurers that explored new water channels through hardships, under the scope of the East and West exchanges, but also from the viewpoint of the district Jiangnan, to understand the seemingly ordinary, but in fact detail-oriented quality of the literati families' daily rituals. The curatorial focus concentrates on the "calligraphy and painting" and "objects", the two chapters extracted from "Treatise on Superfluous Things" that was written by the modest literati Wen Zhenheng (1586-1645) in the 17th century. In addition to rediscover the cultural contexts embedded by the museum's collection, it is also the purpose to explore the fine elements of the ancients' appreciation towards the objects. Along the process, the picture of related social network is built up and the gradual trend to admire the antiquarian style, which had placed influence on general home accessories is also clarified. The purpose is unfolded by examining the ancient mindsets about one's belongings and then look into the relationship between human and objects in the modern days.

    The exhibition is divided into four sections. The first section, "Wen Zhenheng and Treatise on Superfluous Things" traces the outline of the author's life and social encounters, and then through the exhibits of rare books, ancient documents, calligraphies, and also paintings, to explore the publication and circulation of "Treatise on Superfluous Things", which was guarded as the guideline of connoisseurship. The second section, "Taste of Literati" presents the daily accessible objects and the individual opinions in connoisseurship among the ancient literati's circle, which was represented by Wen Zhenheng. The third section, "Applicable Things" showcases objects with collectors' marks to echo the principles of Wen Zhenheng, and to state the varied categories and mindset of collected objects. The final section "In Pursuit of Curios in the Market" exhibits creations in antiquarian style and innovative merchandises that had flooded the market due to the distribution turning common, and had further encouraged objects bearing the marks of celebrated craftsmen or renowned workshops to be a part of the trend.

    Each period under the course of time had developed new elements, which are worthy of referring to and learning from. In nowadays, we march forward at a rapid pace daily, and have encounters with everything old and new. Besides the necessities in life, have you ever wondered what things are really the essentials of life? Although the exhibition reconstructs a few certain ways to manifest the social status and to differentiate groups by people in a small number, but through the interpretation of the curator regarding the exhibits, a proposal to recreate a pleasant and aesthetic living is also provided. 

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  • The Literati's Ordinaries: A Proposal of Life from the 17th Century_1

    The Literati's Ordinaries: A Proposal of Life from the 17th Century_1

    • Dates: 2019/09/28~2020/01/05
    • Gallery: Exhibition Area I 105,107
    CC BY 4.0

    Exhibit

    This exhibition illustrates a transitory time range in the 17th century, a period that was both intriguing and full of various possibilities. From the perspective of the modern material culture studies, not only we can glance into the story of adventurers that explored new water channels through hardships, under the scope of the East and West exchanges, but also from the viewpoint of the district Jiangnan, to understand the seemingly ordinary, but in fact detail-oriented quality of the literati families' daily rituals. The curatorial focus concentrates on the "calligraphy and painting" and "objects", the two chapters extracted from "Treatise on Superfluous Things" that was written by the modest literati Wen Zhenheng (1586-1645) in the 17th century. In addition to rediscover the cultural contexts embedded by the museum's collection, it is also the purpose to explore the fine elements of the ancients' appreciation towards the objects. Along the process, the picture of related social network is built up and the gradual trend to admire the antiquarian style, which had placed influence on general home accessories is also clarified. The purpose is unfolded by examining the ancient mindsets about one's belongings and then look into the relationship between human and objects in the modern days.

    The exhibition is divided into four sections. The first section, "Wen Zhenheng and Treatise on Superfluous Things" traces the outline of the author's life and social encounters, and then through the exhibits of rare books, ancient documents, calligraphies, and also paintings, to explore the publication and circulation of "Treatise on Superfluous Things", which was guarded as the guideline of connoisseurship. The second section, "Taste of Literati" presents the daily accessible objects and the individual opinions in connoisseurship among the ancient literati's circle, which was represented by Wen Zhenheng. The third section, "Applicable Things" showcases objects with collectors' marks to echo the principles of Wen Zhenheng, and to state the varied categories and mindset of collected objects. The final section "In Pursuit of Curios in the Market" exhibits creations in antiquarian style and innovative merchandises that had flooded the market due to the distribution turning common, and had further encouraged objects bearing the marks of celebrated craftsmen or renowned workshops to be a part of the trend.

    Each period under the course of time had developed new elements, which are worthy of referring to and learning from. In nowadays, we march forward at a rapid pace daily, and have encounters with everything old and new. Besides the necessities in life, have you ever wondered what things are really the essentials of life? Although the exhibition reconstructs a few certain ways to manifest the social status and to differentiate groups by people in a small number, but through the interpretation of the curator regarding the exhibits, a proposal to recreate a pleasant and aesthetic living is also provided. 

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  • Calligraphy Animation: Besotted by Flower Vapors

    Calligraphy Animation: Besotted by Flower Vapors

    • Dates: 2019/12/26~2020/07/27
    • Gallery: Exhibition Area I 102
    CC BY 4.0

    Exhibit

    Members of the literati during the Song dynasty favored refinement. They often wrote poems, sang, or presented flowers as demonstrations of affection to one another.

    The film employs live film and multimedia to depict the work’s contextual meaning, leading audiences to understand the flower exchange custom practiced by the literati and guiding them into the calligraphist’s spirit. 

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  • Famous Paintings Donated and Entrusted to the National Palace Museum_2

    Famous Paintings Donated and Entrusted to the National Palace Museum_2

    • Dates: 2019/10/05~2019/12/25
    • Gallery: Exhibition Area I 208
    CC BY 4.0

    Exhibit

    Although the National Palace Museum is renowned throughout the world for its unparalleled collection of Chinese art and objects in both quantity and quality, the Museum still makes every effort to acquire highly prized works. Collection expansion, in addition to a budget for the purchase of works, also includes the acceptance of donations and entrustments that meet the needs of the Museum to encourage the participation of everybody in sharing the glory of cultural heritage.

    Since the National Palace Museum was built in Taipei in 1965, many generous individuals and groups have donated and entrusted their artworks to the Museum. In recent years, a special exhibition gallery has been reserved at the Museum specifically to present these treasures to the public. However, limitations to the display of painting and calligraphy as well as exhibit space make it impossible to display them all. Consequently, they are rotated on a regular basis so that all may study and appreciate these cultural resources. A great museum collection is not built in a day, so it is the hope of the National Palace Museum that everybody will take part in creating an even better collection for the future. 

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  • Famous Paintings Donated and Entrusted to the National Palace Museum_1

    Famous Paintings Donated and Entrusted to the National Palace Museum_1

    • Dates: 2019/10/05~2019/12/25
    • Gallery: Exhibition Area I 208
    CC BY 4.0

    Exhibit

    Although the National Palace Museum is renowned throughout the world for its unparalleled collection of Chinese art and objects in both quantity and quality, the Museum still makes every effort to acquire highly prized works. Collection expansion, in addition to a budget for the purchase of works, also includes the acceptance of donations and entrustments that meet the needs of the Museum to encourage the participation of everybody in sharing the glory of cultural heritage.

    Since the National Palace Museum was built in Taipei in 1965, many generous individuals and groups have donated and entrusted their artworks to the Museum. In recent years, a special exhibition gallery has been reserved at the Museum specifically to present these treasures to the public. However, limitations to the display of painting and calligraphy as well as exhibit space make it impossible to display them all. Consequently, they are rotated on a regular basis so that all may study and appreciate these cultural resources. A great museum collection is not built in a day, so it is the hope of the National Palace Museum that everybody will take part in creating an even better collection for the future. 

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  • The Expressive Significance of Brush and Ink: Selections from the History of Chinese Calligraphy_2

    The Expressive Significance of Brush and Ink: Selections from the History of Chinese Calligraphy_2

    • Dates: 2019/10/05~2019/12/25
    • Gallery: Exhibition Area I 204,206
    CC BY 4.0

    Exhibit

    To meet the need for recording information and ideas, unique forms of calligraphy (the art of writing) have been part of the Chinese cultural tradition through the ages. Naturally finding applications in daily life, calligraphy still serves as a continuous link between the past and the present. The development of calligraphy, long a subject of interest in Chinese culture, is the theme of this exhibit, which presents to the public selections from the National Palace Museum collection arranged in chronological order for a general overview. 

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  • The Expressive Significance of Brush and Ink: Selections from the History of Chinese Calligraphy_1

    The Expressive Significance of Brush and Ink: Selections from the History of Chinese Calligraphy_1

    • Dates: 2019/10/05~2019/12/25
    • Gallery: Exhibition Area I 204,206
    CC BY 4.0

    Exhibit

    To meet the need for recording information and ideas, unique forms of calligraphy (the art of writing) have been part of the Chinese cultural tradition through the ages. Naturally finding applications in daily life, calligraphy still serves as a continuous link between the past and the present. The development of calligraphy, long a subject of interest in Chinese culture, is the theme of this exhibit, which presents to the public selections from the National Palace Museum collection arranged in chronological order for a general overview. 

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  • Oversized Masterpiece Paintings in the Museum Collection

    Oversized Masterpiece Paintings in the Museum Collection

    • Dates: 2019/10/05~2019/12/25
    • Gallery: Exhibition Area I 202
    CC BY 4.0

    Exhibit

    Exhibit List:

    Fishing in Reclusion on an Autumn River
    Wu Zhen (1280-1354), Yuan dynasty
    Collaborative Painting of Panshan
    Yao Wenhan (fl. ca. 1743-1778) and Yuan Ying (fl. ca. 1765-1785), Qing dynasty
    Mountains High, Waters Long
    Kuncan (1612-ca. 1683), Qing dynasty
    Mount Hua in Lofty Autumn
    Chang Dai-chien (1899-1983), Republican period 

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Last Update: 2017-09-20