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The Bangudae Petroglyphs In Uslan

Author : Hotae Jeon
ISBN : 1565914929
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This book is the second volume of the Bangudae Petroglyphs in Ulsan which was first published in 2014. This is the fourth publication put forth by the Ulsan Institute of Cultural Properties and is part of the Korean petroglyph analysis report series. 'Ulsan Bangudae Petroglyphs, National Treasure No. 285, Bangudae Petroglyphs' is an archaeological site located on the perpendicular rock surfaces in the Ulsan Metropolitan City of South Korea. These unique petroglyphs take an important place in the prehistoric art history of the world as one of the often-cited sites where prehistoric art content and development is under analysis and discussion.Ulsan Daegok-ri Bangudae Petroglyphs takes an important place in the prehistoric world art history as one of the often-cited sites when discussing the prehistoric art trends. Bangudae Petroglyphs preserve the people's views on the world, nature and life in the prehistoric hunting and gathering society. Bangudae Petroglyphs show a variety of animals other than whales, deer and tigers. The additional research findings and the increased understanding of the prehistoric ecosystem and environment of the Ulsan area may help identify the previously unidentified species of the petroglyphs.

Bangudae

Author : Chi-yŏn Kim
ISBN : 1565914066
Genre : Petroglyphs
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Engineering Geology For Society And Territory Volume 8

Author : Giorgio Lollino
ISBN : 9783319094083
Genre : Science
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This book is one out of 8 IAEG XII Congress volumes, and deals with the preservation of cultural heritage. In 1972, the World Heritage Convention linked in a single framework the concepts of nature conservation and the preservation of cultural sites. Since then, engineering geology is enlarging its contributions to national and international projects on this topic and is extending its interests to key issues like: safeguarding of monuments and sites from geotechnical perspectives; advanced monitoring; investigations on cultural landscapes; development of geo-databases for cultural heritage classification; studies on the interactions between humankind, natural landscape evolution and cultural heritage; analysis of weathering and deterioration of rock properties of monuments; risk analysis of sites affected by natural hazards and many others. With the contributions in this book, engineering geologists, conservation scientists and further experts from other natural, social and economic sciences, as well as representatives of international organizations and national and local administrative authorities exchange their ideas and practices on culture heritage preservation by presenting both local case studies and multidisciplinary international projects. The Engineering Geology for Society and Territory volumes of the IAEG XII Congress held in Torino from September 15-19, 2014, analyze the dynamic role of engineering geology in our changing world and build on the four main themes of the congress: Environment, processes, issues and approaches. The congress topics and subject areas of the 8 IAEG XII Congress volumes are: Climate Change and Engineering Geology. Landslide Processes. River Basins, Reservoir Sedimentation and Water Resources. Marine and Coastal Processes. Urban Geology, Sustainable Planning and Landscape Exploitation. Applied Geology for Major Engineering Projects. Education, Professional Ethics and Public Recognition of Engineering Geology. Preservation of Cultural Heritage.

K Art

Author : Korean Culture and Information Service South Korea
ISBN : 9788973755806
Genre : Art
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This book seeks to help readers overseas gain a comprehensive understanding of Korean contemporary art by examining its various features and movements. Featured are the artists who have come to represent Korea since the modern concept of art was accepted, especially those active since the major expansion of Korean art overseas in the 2000s. The book also discusses the works of artists preceding that time, and finally the various spaces for Korean contemporary art, including exhibition halls, biennales, and art markets. Korean Contemporary Art, an Emerging Powerhouse of the Art World The Place of K-Art in the World K-Art, Crossing Boundaries Success of Korean Artists in Foreign Auctions Leading Figures in the K-Art Scene Hanguk-hwa, Korean Paintings Western Paintings Sculpture and Installation Art Photography Star Artists Attracting Global Attention History of K-Art The Characteristics of Traditional Korean Art The Origins of Contemporary Art (1910s?1950s) The Advent of Abstract Art (1960s?1970s) The Search for Koreanness (1980s) The Age of Postmodernism and Pluralism (1990s?present) K-Art in the Public Space Art Museums, Galleries and Alternative Spaces Art Markets: Where the Public and Experts Meet Big Art Shows: Gwangju Biennale, Busan Biennale, and Mediacity Seoul Epilogue The Potential and Direction of Korean Contemporary Art

Seoul Magazine April 2017

Author : Seoul Selection
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SEOUL Magazine is a travel and culture monthly designed to help both expats and tourists get the most of their stay in the city, whether they’re in for only a few days or dedicated lifers who are always in search of new places, facts and interesting events. Featuring in-depth reporting on how to enjoy the city, foreigners’ perspectives on life as an expat in Korea and more, SEOUL is an eclectic publication that has something for everyone, whether you’re looking for an interesting read or a simple source of information.

A Companion To Korean Art

Author : J. P. Park
ISBN : 9781118927045
Genre : Art
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The only college-level publication on Korean art history written in English Korean pop culture has become an international phenomenon in the past few years. The popularity of the nation’s exports—movies, K-pop, fashion, television shows, lifestyle and cosmetics products, to name a few—has never been greater in Western society. Despite this heightened interest in contemporary Korean culture, scholarly Western publications on Korean visual arts are scarce and often outdated. A Companion to Korean Art is the first academically-researched anthology on the history of Korean art written in English. This unique anthology brings together essays by renowned scholars from Korea, the US, and Europe, presenting expert insights and exploring the most recent research in the field. Insightful chapters discuss Korean art and visual culture from early historical periods to the present. Subjects include the early paintings of Korea, Buddhist architecture, visual art of the late Chosŏn period, postwar Korean Art, South Korean cinema, and more. Several chapters explore the cultural exchange between the Korean peninsula, the Chinese mainland, and the Japanese archipelago, offering new perspectives on Chinese and Japanese art. The most comprehensive survey of the history of Korean art available, this book: Offers a comprehensive account of Korean visual culture through history, including contemporary developments and trends Presents two dozen articles and numerous high quality illustrations Discusses visual and material artifacts of Korean art kept in various archives and collections worldwide Provides theoretical and interpretive balance on the subject of Korean art Helps instructors and scholars of Asian art history incorporate Korean visual arts in their research and teaching The definitive and authoritative reference on the subject, A Companion to Korean Art is indispensable for scholars and academics working in areas of Asian visual arts, university students in Asian and Korean art courses, and general readers interested in the art, culture, and history of Korea.

The History And Science Of Whales

Author : Masayuki Komatsu
ISBN : UCSD:31822034164830
Genre : Whales
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Korea

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ISBN : OSU:32435077357663
Genre : Korea
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Annual Report Of The International Whaling Commission

Author : International Whaling Commission
ISBN : UCSD:31822009580606
Genre : Whaling
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Isana

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ISBN : UCSD:31822009591447
Genre : Marine mammals
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Korea Trade Investment

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ISBN : UCSD:31822024972234
Genre : Industries
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Ocean Atlas Of Korea

Author : Kungnip Haeyang Chosawŏn (Korea)
ISBN : UVA:X030356586
Genre : Japan, Sea of
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Korean Ceramics

Author : Kyŏng-suk Kang
ISBN : STANFORD:36105210236381
Genre : Céramique - Corée - Histoire
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Korea boasts a ceramics history that dates back 10,000 years. It is distinguished by its infinite embrace of nature. Through a continued mutual exchange with China, Korea developed a ceramics style that captured the Korean spirit. The uniqueness of Korean ceramics stems from the austere humility of the earthenware, the jade-green color of Goryeo celadon, the wit of Joseon buncheong ware and the refined beauty of Joseon white porcelain.

Imperatives Of Culture

Author : Christopher P. Hanscom
ISBN : UCSD:31822038679635
Genre : History
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This volume contains translations--many appearing for the first time in the English language--of major literary, critical, and historical essays from the colonial period (1910-1945) in Korea. Considered representative of the debates among and between Korean and Japanese thinkers of the colonial period, these texts shed light on relatively unexplored aspects of intellectual life and take part in current conversations around the nature of the colonial experience and its effects on post-liberation Korean society and culture. The essays, each preceded by a scholarly introduction giving necessary historical and biographical context, represent a diverse spectrum of ideological positions and showcase the complexity of intellectual life and scholarship in colonial Korea. They allow new perspectives on an important period in Korean history, a period that continues to inform political, social, and cultural life in crucial ways across East Asia. The translations also provide an important counterpoint to the imperial archive from the perspective of the colonized and take part in the ongoing reevaluation of the colonial period and "colonial modernity" in both Western and East Asian scholarship. Imperatives of Culture is intended in part for the increasing number of undergraduate and graduate students in Korean studies as well as for those engaged in the study of East Asia as a whole and a general, educated audience with interests in modern Korea and East Asia. The essays have been carefully selected and introduced in ways that open up avenues for comparison with analyses of colonial literature and history in other national contexts.

Korea Now

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ISBN : UCSD:31822032713323
Genre : Korea
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Pictorial Korea

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ISBN : OSU:32435077874741
Genre : Korea
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From Prehistory To The Joseon Period Essential Korean Art

Author : Youngdae Pak
ISBN : UOM:39015075765035
Genre : Art, Korean
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Zeitschrift Der Deutschen Gesellschaft F?r Geowissenschaften

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ISBN : UCSD:31822009774092
Genre : Geology
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