Timothy Light Lecture: Dr. Michael Hatch

Dates: Fri Apr 19, 19

Time: 5:00pm


Sensory Experience and Chinese Painting Circa 1800


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Dr. Michael J. Hatch earned a PhD in the department of Art and Architecture at Princeton University in 2015. Before graduate school, he worked in auctions and galleries, spending three years in Beijing at China Guardian Auctions and one year in New York at Kaikodo Gallery. His research focuses on the interplay between sensuous, material, and intellectual modes of viewing Chinese painting, and ranges in period from the eighteenth century to the twenty-first century. During the last academic year, Prof. Hatch was on leave at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, where he finished primary research for his book manuscript, The Senses of Painting in China, 1790-1840.

Admission is free.
Please join us for a 4:30 reception.
Gallery admission is included until 8 pm.

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