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Italy and Japan. Relations and Exchanges through the Arts

Dipartimento di Beni Culturali e Ambientali e Ishibashi Foudantion di Tokyo

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Opening of the Symposium00:01:40Media Audio
Institutional Greetings. Daniela Candia00:09:00Media Audio
Institutional Greetings. Taiji Nishijima00:15:08Media Audio
Institutional Greetings. Makoto Tominaga00:12:12Media Audio
Institutional Greetings. Masuo Nishibayashi00:07:04Media Audio
Institutional Greetings. Alberto Bentoglio00:07:02Media Audio
Panel 1. Masuo Nishibayashi. 1962-2018: The Role of Japan Cultural Institute in Rome in Japan-Italy Art Relation00:34:48Media Audio
Panel 1. Koichiro Fukuyama. Broadcasting and Art: Creating Cultural Experiences and Strengthening Global Connections00:32:55Media Audio
Panel 1. Armando Branchini. Italy and Japan: Creativity, Design and Excellence00:21:15Media Audio
Panel 2. Yasumasa Oka. Italian Influence on Japanese Art between the 16th and 19th Century00:33:44Media Audio
Panel 2. Motoaki Ishii. Kiyo Kawamura: A Japanese International Artist00:43:22Media Audio
Panel 2. Ryo Furuta. Japanese Style Painting in the Early 20th Century in Relation with Italy00:33:31Media Audio
Panel 2. Marta Boscolo Marchi. Henry of Bourbon Count of Bardi in Meiji Japan: From His Travels to the Foundation of the Museo d'Arte Orientale di Venezia00:33:15Media Audio
Panel 2. Hiroshi Yano. The Italian Influence on the History of Japanese Photography00:20:38Media Audio
Panel 2. Shigetoshi Osano. From Intercultural Encounters to Artistic Relations Between Italy and Japan00:37:30Media Audio
Panel 2. Discussion00:09:37Media Audio
Panel 3. Riccardo Franci. Oriental Dreams: The Japanese Collection of Frederick Stibbert in Florence00:40:23Media Audio
Panel 3. Loretta Paderni. Vincenzo Ragusa: from Kobu Bijutsu Gakko to the Scuola d'Arte Applicata all'Industria in Palermo00:38:19Media Audio
Panel 3. Ryusei Kandori. From Tadao Matsudaira's Tomb to Venice: the Story of a Wedding Glass Beaker00:19:13Media Audio
Panel 3. Luigi Serafini. A Buddhist Scroll and the First Vatican Ambassador in Japan00:10:30Media Audio
Panel 3. Silvia De Biasi. Mario De Biasi: Japan in the Eyes and Heart of an Italian Photo-reporter00:21:35Media Audio
Panel 3. Anri Ambrogio Azuma. Kengiro Azuma: from the Japan MU to the Italian YU00:21:35Media Audio
Panel 3. Discussion00:08:54Media Audio
Panel 4. Stefania Ricci. Art and Fashion: A Bridge Connecting Italy and Japan00:32:44Media Audio
Panel 4. Eisuke Nishikawa. Japan and Italy: Stories of Countermeasures to Preserve Architectural Heritage from Earthquakes00:30:34Media Audio
Panel 4. Raffaele De Berti. The Critical Approach to the Diffusion of Japanese Culture in Italy After the Esposizione d'Arte Giapponese in Rome00:35:49Media Audio
Panel 5. Shin Matsunaga. In Hard Times All of Us Enjoyed and Loved Italian Beauty00:22:29Media Audio
Panel 5. Makio Hasuike. Design, Initiative, Research and Innovation00:18:32Media Audio
Panel 5. Eishi Kitazawa. Graphic Encounters between Italy and Japan Through the Exhibitions at Ginza Graphic Gallery00:31:55Media Audio

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Opening of the Symposium

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Italy and Japan. Relations and Exchanges through the Arts

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 - Milano

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Official Donation by the Ishibashi Foundation to the Library of Cultural Heritage and Environment Department of 300 Volumes of Japanese Art and Culture.

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Institutional Greetings. Daniela Candia

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Italy and Japan. Relations and Exchanges through the Arts

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 - Milano

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Milan University Vice Rector

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Institutional Greetings. Taiji Nishijima

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Italy and Japan. Relations and Exchanges through the Arts

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Ishibashi Foundation Managing Director

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Institutional Greetings. Makoto Tominaga

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Italy and Japan. Relations and Exchanges through the Arts

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Japanese Consul-General in Milan

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Institutional Greetings. Masuo Nishibayashi

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Italy and Japan. Relations and Exchanges through the Arts

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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The Japan Cultural Institute in Rome Director

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Institutional Greetings. Alberto Bentoglio

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Italy and Japan. Relations and Exchanges through the Arts

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Department of Cultural Heritage and Environment Director

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Panel 1. Masuo Nishibayashi. 1962-2018: The Role of Japan Cultural Institute in Rome in Japan-Italy Art Relation

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Historical and Diplomatic Relations in the Art Field

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Director of The Japanese Cultural Institute in Rome

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Panel 1. Koichiro Fukuyama. Broadcasting and Art: Creating Cultural Experiences and Strengthening Global Connections

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Dipartimento di Beni Culturali e Ambientali e Ishibashi Foudantion di Tokyo

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Deputy Head, Cultural Promotions Center, NHK - Japan Broadcasting Corporation

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Panel 1. Armando Branchini. Italy and Japan: Creativity, Design and Excellence

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Dipartimento di Beni Culturali e Ambientali e Ishibashi Foudantion di Tokyo

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Fondazione Altagamma

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Panel 2. Yasumasa Oka. Italian Influence on Japanese Art between the 16th and 19th Century

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Art and artists travelling to Japan and Italy between the 16th and 19th Century

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Director of Kobe City Koiso Memorial Museum of Art and Kobe Artists Museum

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Panel 2. Motoaki Ishii. Kiyo Kawamura: A Japanese International Artist

Sottotitolo
Art and artists travelling to Japan and Italy between the 16th and 19th Century

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Professor at Osaka University of Arts

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Panel 2. Ryo Furuta. Japanese Style Painting in the Early 20th Century in Relation with Italy

Sottotitolo
Art and artists travelling to Japan and Italy between the 16th and 19th Century

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Curator of Tokyo University of the Arts Museum

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Panel 2. Marta Boscolo Marchi. Henry of Bourbon Count of Bardi in Meiji Japan: From His Travels to the Foundation of the Museo d'Arte Orientale di Venezia

Sottotitolo
Art and artists travelling to Japan and Italy between the 16th and 19th Century

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Director of Museo d’Arte Orientale di Venezia

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Panel 2. Hiroshi Yano. The Italian Influence on the History of Japanese Photography

Sottotitolo
Art and artists travelling to Japan and Italy between the 16th and 19th Century

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Director of Japan Camera Museum Tokyo

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Panel 2. Shigetoshi Osano. From Intercultural Encounters to Artistic Relations Between Italy and Japan

Sottotitolo
Art and artists travelling to Japan and Italy between the 16th and 19th Century

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Professor at Tokyo University

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Panel 2. Discussion

Sottotitolo
Art and artists travelling to Japan and Italy between the 16th and 19th Century

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Panel 3. Riccardo Franci. Oriental Dreams: The Japanese Collection of Frederick Stibbert in Florence

Sottotitolo
Collections and collectors

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Curator of Museo Stibbert in Florence

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Panel 3. Loretta Paderni. Vincenzo Ragusa: from Kobu Bijutsu Gakko to the Scuola d'Arte Applicata all'Industria in Palermo

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Collections and collectors

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Coordinator of Museo della Civiltà-Museo Nazionale Preistorico Etnografico "Luigi Pigorini" in Rome, Curator of Asian collections

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Panel 3. Ryusei Kandori. From Tadao Matsudaira's Tomb to Venice: the Story of a Wedding Glass Beaker

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Collections and collectors

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Curator of Kota City Board of Education, Archaeologist

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Panel 3. Luigi Serafini. A Buddhist Scroll and the First Vatican Ambassador in Japan

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Collections and collectors

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Artist and Designer

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Panel 3. Silvia De Biasi. Mario De Biasi: Japan in the Eyes and Heart of an Italian Photo-reporter

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Collections and collectors

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Curator of Mario De Biasi Archive

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Panel 3. Anri Ambrogio Azuma. Kengiro Azuma: from the Japan MU to the Italian YU

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Collections and collectors

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Architect

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Panel 3. Discussion

Sottotitolo
Collections and collectors

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

Note
Italy and Japan. Relations and Exchanges through the Arts

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Panel 4. Stefania Ricci. Art and Fashion: A Bridge Connecting Italy and Japan

Sottotitolo
Thinking About Contemporary Art, Design and Cultural Heritage

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Director of Museo Salvatore Ferragamo and Fondazione Ferragamo

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Panel 4. Eisuke Nishikawa. Japan and Italy: Stories of Countermeasures to Preserve Architectural Heritage from Earthquakes

Sottotitolo
Thinking About Contemporary Art, Design and Cultural Heritage

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Project manager, Site Unit, ICCROM

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Panel 4. Raffaele De Berti. The Critical Approach to the Diffusion of Japanese Culture in Italy After the Esposizione d'Arte Giapponese in Rome

Sottotitolo
Thinking About Contemporary Art, Design and Cultural Heritage

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

Note
Professor at University of Milan

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Panel 5. Shin Matsunaga. In Hard Times All of Us Enjoyed and Loved Italian Beauty

Sottotitolo
Graphic Art & Design, A Reciprocal Influence

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

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Graphic Designer, Tokyo

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Panel 5. Makio Hasuike. Design, Initiative, Research and Innovation

Sottotitolo
Graphic Art & Design, A Reciprocal Influence

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

Note
Architect and Designer, Milano

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Panel 5. Eishi Kitazawa. Graphic Encounters between Italy and Japan Through the Exhibitions at Ginza Graphic Gallery

Sottotitolo
Graphic Art & Design, A Reciprocal Influence

Luogo
Sala Napoleonica - University of Milan - Via Sant'Antonio 12 – Milano

Note
Curator of DNP Foundation for Cultural Promotions, Tokyo

Italy and Japan. Relations and Exchanges through the Arts

Dipartimento di Beni Culturali e Ambientali e Ishibashi Foudantion di Tokyo

Promosso dal dipartimento di Beni culturali e ambientali dell'Università Statale di Milano, con il supporto della Ishibashi Foudantion di Tokyo e il coordinamento di Rossella Menegazzo, docente di Culture dell'Asia centrale e orientale, il simposio riunisce studiosi, artisti, museali, professionisti del mondo dell’arte, del design, dell’architettura, dei beni culturali italiani e giapponesi per presentare e discutere di esperienze d'incontro e d'eccellenza tra i due Paesi a partire dal XVI secolo fino a oggi. Il simposio segna un momento conclusivo del dibattito di questi ultimi anni sui tanti, diversi e in parte ancora sconosciuti rapporti e scambi in campo artistico e creativo tra Italia e Giappone, raccontati da un ciclo di iniziative inaugurate nel 2016, in occasione dei 150 anni dall'inizio delle relazioni diplomatiche tra i due Paesi, e che ha visto l’Università Statale partner e luogo privilegiato di un percorso di promozione e ricerca sulle arti e le culture dell'Asia orientale. Ad aprire il simposio, un evento dal forte impatto simbolico per la condivisione e la trasmissione di saperi tra culture come l'annuncio - alla presenza del Taiji Nishijma, direttore esecutivo della Ishibashi Foundation - della donazione da parte della fondazione di circa 300 volumi di storia dell'arte giapponese alla Biblioteca di Storia dell'arte, della musica e dello spettacolo del dipartimento di Beni culturali e ambientali, per incoraggiare lo studio e la formazione di nuovi studiosi in ambito artistico giapponese. Il simposio è promosso con il patrocinio dell'Ambasciata del Giappone e dell'Istituto di Cultura Giapponese a Roma, del CARC (Centro Interdipartimentale di Ricerca sull'Asia Contemporanea) e del dipartimento di Scienze della mediazione linguistica e culturale dell'Università Statale.

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