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Shou-Chih Yen

Shou-Chih Yen
Title: 
Professor
Department: 
Office: 
Tower 541
Education: 
2004 - Ph.D, History of Art, Yale University; 1989 - MA, History, National Taiwan University; 1984 - BA, National Taiwan University
Professional Experience: 
  • 1991 - 1996: Editor, Exhibition Department, National Palace Museum, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC     
  • 1995 - 1996: Editor-in-chief of the Bimonthly Bulletin of the National Museum of History 5:1     
  • Curator & Editor, National Museum of History, Taipei, Taiwan, ROC

Publications

  • 2010 - “The Class of Shi / Wenren and the Art of Painting.” in the anthology New Perspectives on Chinese History—Art and Archaeology, edited by Professor Chuan-ying Grace Yen. Taipei: Academia Sinica, 2010, pp. 297-378
  • 1995 - “Developing Tradition and Opening Fresh Avenues—the Significance of the Achievement of Chang Dai-ch’ien, P’u Hsin-yü, and Huang Chün-pi in Chinese Painting,” (summer 1995), 145-168; 13:1 (autumn 1995), 119-150; and 13:2 (winter 1995), 151-170
  • 1995 - “Wang Chien [Wang Jian] and Elongated Block Landscape Rhythm,” Study of the Arts, No. 13 (March 1995), 37-146
  • 1995 - “Fan K’uan [Fan Kuan],” Masters of Chinese Painting Weekly, No. 122 (January 1995), 1-32
  • 1993 - “Wang Shih-min’s [Wang Shimin] Mode of ‘Fang-ku [fanggu]’ and ‘Fa’ of ‘Pi-mo [bimo]’,” Study of the Arts, No. 10 (September 1993), 21-76

Exhibition Curation 

  • 1993 - “Collector’s Exhibition of Three Masters: Chang Dai-ch’ien, P’u Hsin-yü and Huang Chün-pi” (Total 221 paintings in the exhibition) at the National Museum of History in Taipei, 1993 

Recognitions

  • 2011 - Recipient of MassArt Foundation Fellowship 
  • 2006 - Recipient of National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) 2006 Summer Stipend 
  • 2004 - Yale University, the Frances Blanshard Fellowship Fund Prize, for the outstanding doctoral dissertation “Xu Wei’s Zahua: A Study of Genres.” 
  • 2002-3  - Chiang Ching-kuo Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Fellowship 
  • 1994 - Second Place in the national Chin Ting Award Competition, sponsored by National News Division, Taiwan (ROC), for the catalogue Collector’s Exhibition of Three Masters: Chang Da

Organizations

  • College Art Association (CAA) 
  • Visual Culture Consortium, Boston (VCC) 
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