RECENT ACTIVITIES: 2017 – 2023

ARTICLES:

  1. “Foreign Influences in The Creation of Hāritī, The Buddhist Protector of Children,”
    National Museum, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, India, Women and
    Buddhism: Perspectives on Gender, Culture and Empowerment 2019 Delhi :83-98
  2. “Mara and the Face of Evil on the Silk Road,” in The Silk Road: Interwoven History, vol.
    2, Buddhism, ACANAS Cambridge Institute Press, Cambridge, 2021:104-129
  3. “The Shadow of Your Smile: Xu Yong’s Portraits and the History of Portraiture East and
    West, International Journal of Art and Art History December (2021) vol 9 no 2: 1-12
  4. “Xin Song and Her Transformation of the Traditional Practice of Paper Cutting”, The
    Journal of Asian Arts & Aesthetics, Vol. 8, 2022: 75–92
  5. “The Discovery of Buddhist Sculptures from Yecheng City in Linzhang County Hebei,
    China,” Journal of the International Association of Buddhist Studies (JIABS) vol 45
    (2022):157-203
  6. “Deep waters: the Revival of Religion in Contemporary China and its Art”, in Ron
    Bernier and Rachel Smith, editors, A Strange Place Still? Religion and Contemporary
    Art, Routledge, 2023:339-356)
  7. “Contemporary Chinese Master of the Traditional Papercut, Lu Shenzhong”, IIAS – The Newsletter Spring Issue No. 94 Spring 2023: 42-43.
  8. “We Could Be Heroes: The Art of Shen Jingdong” Orientations, Vol 54 Number 6 ( November/December 2023) 3-9.

CURATORIAL:

  1. I Have No Enemies and No Hatred Contemporary Chinese Dissident Art, Bard College, Oct 1-18, 2018
  2. I Have No Enemies and No Hatred Contemporary Chinese Dissident Art, John Jay College, Sept 2017-Nov 2017
  3. Infinite Compassion: Avalokiteshvara, Staten Island Museum at Sung Harbor, Oct 2016- Nov 2017

TALKS:

  1. The Discovery of Buddhist Sculptures from Yecheng City in Linzhang County Hebei, China,” UKABS June 2018 Annual Conference  Buddhism and Material Culture, University of Bristol, UK, 2018
  2. Emily Cheng, Recent work and Alchemical Designs Authority versus Authenticity,” 12th International Conference on Daoist Studies, June, 2018 Beijing Normal University, China, 2018
  3. The Bronze Buddhist Sculptures of Nagapattinam,” XVIIIth Congress of International Association of Buddhist Studies, Toronto, 2017
  4. Foreign Influences in The Creation of Hāritī, The Buddhist Protector of Children National Museum, Indira Gandhi National Centre for the Arts, India, March  2017 (in absentia)