CHEN Ping-Yang

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CHEN Ping-Yang

Department of Asian and Islamic Art History 

E-Mail: Pingyangchen1987@gmail.com  

PhD Project

Titel: "Interaction and Indigenization: The Artistic Style of Guge and Mustang in the Fifteenth Century Context         "

  • Since 2020: Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn, Germany, Doctoral Student in Himalayan and South Asian Art History

  • Dec 2016: School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London, UK, M.A. in History of Art and Archaeology, Thesis: Interaction and Indigenization: The Artistic Style of Guge and Mustang in the Fifteenth Century Context

  • Jun 2010: National Taiwan University (NTU), Taiwan, Bachelor of Law (LLB)

Himalayan Art, South Asian Art

  • Since Aug 2018: Himalayan Art Resource (HAR), New York/Beijing, Translator / Member of the Translation Editorial Committee, https://www.himalayanart.org/
  • Since May 2018: Zhiguan Museum of Fine Art, Beijing, Researcher/Curator
  • June 2017 - May 2018: Himalayan Art Inc. Beijing, Beijing, Columnist / Researcher

Book Chapters / Catalogues

  • “Tibetan” Beijing: Chinese Tibetology Studies Press, accepted for publication Edited by Zhang Cho-Yin {in Chinese}. Contributed multiple essays for the Chapter: Tibetan Murals - The Introduction of Tibetan Murals; Tholing Monastery; Tsaprang; The Murals of Dunkar Caves; Gongkar Chode Monastery; Jampa Lhakhang and Tubchen Lhakhang of Lo Manthang; Luri Cave and Konchokling Cave of Mustang. Wrote catalogues for the Chapter: Tibetan Thangkas.
  • “Zhiguan Museum of Fine Art” Beijing: Zhiguan Museum of Fine Art, 2018 Edited by Zhiguan Museum of Fine Art {in Chinese and English}. Provided Short Essays for Selected Objects {in English and Chinese}. Covered English-Chinese Translation for Essays and Catalogues
  • “Treasure from Zhiguan Museum” Beijing: Zhiguan Museum of Fine Art, in press. Edited by Zhiguan Museum of Fine Art {in Chinese and English}

Essays

  • “The Bla-ma-dam-pa Set of Vajrāvali and the Development of Tantric Art in the Fourteenth Century” (in peer review) {in English}
  • “Under the Himalayan Rain-shadow: The Painting Style of Tubchen Lhakhang of Mustang and Its Guge Connection” in: Journal of Tibetology, (2020):149-174 {in English}
  • “Treasures From the Zhiguan Museum” in: Chinese Culture and Fine Art Associate, the 2020 Annual (2020):74-83 {in Chinese}
  • “West of Kailash: The Murals of Tsaprang” in: Chinese Culture and Fine Art Associate, the 2018 Annual (2018):140-151 {in Chinese}
  • “From a Spiti Thangka to Review the Artistic Development in the Western Himalayas during the 13th to 14th century Period” in: Selected Articles from The Forum of the Forth International Thangha Art Festival of China (2018): 27-37 {in Chinese}
  • “From a Spiti Thangka to Review the Artistic Development of the West Himalayas during the 13th to 14th century Period” - The Forum of the Forth International Thangka Art Festival of China; Beijing, China; November 2018 {in Chinese}

  • “Under the Himalayan Rain-shadow: The Painting Style of Tubchen Lhakhang of Mustang and Its Guge Connection” - The Seventh International Conference on Tibetan Archaeology & Art; Chengdu, China; October 2018 {English and Chinese}

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