Tang, Hui (2010) Chinese calligraphy : practice,technique and art=la calligraphie chinoise : pratique, technique et art. [Magistrali biennali]
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This study concerns the development of Chinese calligraphy and its role in contemporary China. By going through the history of Chinese calligraphy and the research have been done by scholars both in China and the West, we can realize the main issues of Chinese calligraphy in the contemporary China. As the human society advances, Chinese calligraphy, the same way as other traditional art forms in the contemporary era, is confronted with the question of how to achieve its further development. One of my incentives in choosing this subject is to explain why in china calligraphy can be a fine art? How it developed from a practice or a skill of communication to a fine art? Why in the West, people think the art of calligraphy is “abstract”, and why westerners think calligraphy is a practice or a technique. Chinese calligraphy as a symbol of Chinese culture, especially for Taiwanese and overseas Chinese, its influences as a culture identity is fundamental. In the future, Chinese calligraphy will be known for more and more people in the world, as its first function, we Chinese cannot forget how to hold a brush and we should keep practicing
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