You also may like to try some of these bookshops , which may or may not sell this item. Jullien asserts, however, instead of emphasizing anatomical accuracy or structure, the Chinese focus on the "energy" of the body, which is "perceived in a global, organic way that preserves its life-ensuring capacity. In this extended essay, he explores the different conceptions of the human body that underlie this disparity. Only in China, argues Francois Jullien, is the nude completely absent. Open to the public. These 3 locations in Victoria: Corps humain -- Dans l'art.
The Impossible Nude: Chinese Art and Western Aesthetics (review)
The impossible nude : Chinese art and western aesthetics
Please enter your name. Viewed in light of each other, these differing concepts allow for a new way of thinking about form, the ideal, and beauty, enabling us to delve deeper into the relationship between art and the ideas that lie at its roots. Thank you for submitting a report! University of Chicago Press,
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