SIN-YING HO: PAST FORWARD

March 30–May 27, 2018
Hood Downtown, Hood Museum of Art at Dartmouth, Hanover, NH

Opening with the artist: Friday, April 6, 5–7pm
“Conversations and Connections” discussion with
Hood Director, John Stomberg and Sin-ying Ho: Saturday, April 7, 2–3pm

If Chinese ceramic art has a heart, it beats in Jingdezhen. For centuries, artisans there have made vessels that traveled far and wide. Their fluid forms and recognizable decorations have inspired celebratory prose and devoted followers around the world. Today, artist Sin-ying Ho works in these same ceramics factories. Though Jingdezhen potters have long defined tradition, Ho has expanded both their forms and their imagery in contemporary ceramics that are thoroughly of the twenty-first century.
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EXHIBITION CATALOG

This beautiful, 16-page catalog includes:
• Images of the work in the exhibition.
• Comprehensive essay by Denise Patry Leidy, Ph.D., Ruth and Bruce Dayton Curator of Asian Art and head of the Department of Asian Art at the Yale University Art Gallery in New Haven, Connecticut.
• Conversation with the artist and John Stromberg, Ph.D., Virginia Rice Kelsey 1961 Director of the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth.

Click here to view catalog online.