Offer and Supply: Formula for Success in China Trade PaintingsVIEW EVENT DETAILS
Printemps Asiatique 2022
With Dr. Maria Mok and Dr. Lucie Chopard to explore how one of the ancient civilizations in the world had successfully circulated its cultural product all the way to the other side of the world.
This event is co-organized by Asia Society France and Printemps Asiatique.
Dr. Maria Mok
Museum Director of the Hong Kong Museum of Art
Dr. Maria Mok joined the Hong Kong Museum of Art in 1996, and is currently its Museum Director. She has extensive museum experience, previously curator in charge of different departments, including China Trade art, Chinese Antiquities, Modern and Hong Kong Art, Education and Extension Services, and has curated and led a vast number of exhibitions and programmes. Dr Mok is a specialist in China trade painting with a research focus on dating and authentication, and authored an extensive collection of published works with particular interest in the artistic interaction of global trade. She has a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts Studies, a Master's degree in Chinese Historical Studies on Guangdong decorative arts of the Qing dynasty, a Doctoral degree on China trade painting, and a graduate diploma in Museum Studies.
Dr. Lucie Chopard
Doctor in Asian Art, Associate Member at the Laboratorie Saprat (Paris, EPHE, PSL)
Lucie Chopard recently completed her Ph.D in art history. Her research investigates the circulation of Chinese porcelains in late 19th and early 20th century France, with a focus on the history of collecting, the Parisian art market and how French ceramists have used those objects for inspiration. She is now an associate member at the laboratoire Saprat (Paris, EPHE, PSL).
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