The Art Institute of Nanjing University and Villa I Tatti, The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies (Florence, Italy) are pleased to announce a conference on "The Italian Renaissance and Chinese Receptions," to be held at Nanjing University. This conference aims to explore how the Italian Renaissance has been understood and interpreted in China —especially in the fields of art and architecture, art history, and aesthetics— and the impact of this period on the artistic, intellectual, and philosophical cultures of China.
*Conference Organizers: Zhou Xian (周宪 - President, Art Institute, Nanjing University), Eugene Wang (汪悅進- Harvard University), Jonathan Nelson (Villa I Tatti)
*Conference Administrators: Chen Jing (Nanjing University), Juliet Strachan (Villa I Tatti)
*Advisory Committee: Zhou Xian (周宪 - President, Art Institute, Nanjing University), Lino Pertile (Director, Villa I Tatti), Eugene Wang (汪悅進- Harvard University), Jonathan Nelson (Villa I Tatti), Fabrizio Nevola (University of Exeter, UK)
For information, contact 陈静 firstname.lastname@example.org (Chinese).
This conference is held in conjunction with the final meeting of the Summer Seminar on Space in Renaissance Italy. This seminar is sponsored by the Getty Foundation through their Connecting Art Histories initiative.