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成立於2008 年8 月，原為美術系中國美術史組、西洋美術史組，歷史悠久，後獨立成為藝術史研究所。創所目標旨在發展東、西方藝術史學術研究，培養具備專業知識、思辨能力、審美涵養、國際視野、推展藝術鑑賞，及關懷文化資產保存與維護的藝術史學術專才。本所結合東、西方藝術史專長師資，厚植藝術史、視覺文化，以及藝術交流史之教學與研究，並拓展歐、亞國際學術交流與研究。
現代性的媒介 = Agents of modernity (師大藝術研究史論叢 第1輯) by
Call Number: 707 509.1 (總館7F書架)
Publication Date: 2011/11/01
窗戶、色彩與抽象 : Hubert Damisch臺北演講集( 西洋藝術史叢刊 ; 第4輯) by
Call Number: 709.408 616 (總館7F書架)
Publication Date: 2011/10/01
旨在闡釋二十世紀藝術的抽象概念及其運作，由如何「描述抽象」的課題開始，探討「幾何抽象」（l'abstraction g'eom'etrique）或「窗戶」（window）的概念，如何由寫實再現的古典框架發展為抽象藝術的衍生機制，繼而以 Josef Albers 的色彩交互作用的實驗為例，說明「色彩幾何學」（g'eom'etrie des couleurs）的運作。作者以現象學詮釋色彩的感知問題，揭示色彩受制於「模仿」（mim'esis）的時代已告終結，轉而成為抽象藝術的主要動力。
本書廓清了「抽象」（l'abstraction）與「抽象藝術」（l'artabstrait）之區分，由於藝術和幾何的密切連結在西方由來已久，因此「向抽象邁進的過程」（passage a' l'abstraction）曾被呈現為廿世紀現代藝術發展之必要途徑。直至今日，抽象（abstracion）仍然以各種不同的變體，多少隱含或兼具「批判性」的方式繼續運作著。
Empire of Great Brightness by
Call Number: 951.026 C682(2) 2008 (總館7F書架)
Publication Date: 2012-07-15
Empire of Great Brightness is an innovative and accessible history of a high point in Chinese culture as explored through the riches of its images and objects. Emphasizing the vibrant interactions between China and the rest of Asia at this period, it challenges notions of Ming China as a culture closed off from the rest of the world. Eminent historian Craig Clunas uses a wide range of pictures and objects from Ming China to illustrate areas such as painting and ceramics. He also draws on items like weapons and textiles from public and private collections, as well as contemporary sources from government edicts to novels, to illuminate this most diverse period of Chinese art and culture. Empire of Great Brightness offers a varied and stimulating resource for scholars of China's cultural history, historians and art historians of related aspects of the early modern world, and readers who are intrigued by China's past. "An excellent companion for the study of Ming art, as well as giving established scholars food for thought and engaging in Ming Chinese culture."--Art Newspaper "This is an eminently readable history of the high point of Chinese cultures, seen through the riches of its images and objects."--Asian Art Survey
A Global History of Architecture by
Call Number: 720.9 C441 (總館7F書架)
Publication Date: 2006-08-18
From ancient Chinese civilization to the postmodern world Organized along a global timeline, A Global History of Architecture presents an innovative approach to the study of architectural history. Spanning from 3,500 B.C.E. to the present, this unique guide is written by an all-star team of architectural experts in their fields who emphasize the connections, contrasts, and influences of architectural movements throughout history. The architectural history of the world comes to life through a unified framework for interpreting and understanding architecture, supplemented by rich drawings from the renowned Frank Ching as well as brilliant photographs. Architecture and art history enthusiasts will find A Global History of Architecture perpetually at their fingertips.
Pictures for Use and Pleasure by
Call Number: 759.951 C119-5 (總館7F書架)
Publication Date: 2010-09-01
In this groundbreaking book, James Cahill expands the field of Chinese pictorial art history, opening both scholarly studies and popular appreciation to vernacular paintings, "pictures for use and pleasure." These were works commissioned and appreciated during the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries by the non-elites of Chinese society, including women. Traditional Chinese collectors, like present-day scholars of Chinese painting, have favored the "literati" paintings of the Chinese male elite, disparaging vernacular works, often intended as decorations or produced to mark a special occasion. Cahill challenges the dominant dogma and doctrine of the literati, showing how the vernacular images, both beautiful and appealing, strengthen our understanding of High Qing culture. They bring to light the Qing or Manchu emperors' fascination with erotic culture in the thriving cities of the Yangtze Delta and demonstrate the growth of figure painting in and around Beijing's imperial court. They also revise our understanding of gender roles and show how Chinese artists made use of European styles. By introducing a large, rich body of works, Pictures for Use and Pleasure opens new windows on later Chinese life and society.