Chinese Art From the National Palace Museum, Taipei’ Review

THE WALL STREET JOURNAL | Eric Gibson:

The current trend in museum exhibitions is away from displays of objects chosen primarily for their beauty or aesthetic importance and toward ones that offer an “experience,” something more than the visually stunning. The rationale is that with the majority of today’s visitors having little or no art background, an appeal to the eye or cultural and historical significance isn’t enough to pull in an audience… Read more

Image: Meat-shaped stone, China, Qing dynasty (1644?1911): National Palace Museum

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