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Eugenia Bogdanova-Kummer

The Bokujinkai—or ‘People of the Ink’—was a group formed in Kyoto in 1952 by five calligraphers, Morita Shiryū, Inoue Yūichi, Eguchi Sōgen, Nakamura Bokushi, and Sekiya Yoshimichi. The avant-garde calligraphy movement they launched aspired to raise calligraphy to the same level of international prominence as abstract painting. To realize this vision, the Bokujinkai established creative collaborations with artists from European Art Informel and American Abstract Expressionism, and soon began sharing exhibition spaces with them in New York, Paris, Tokyo, and beyond. By focusing on this exceptional moment in the history of Japanese calligraphy, I show how the Bokujinkai rerouted the trajectory of global abstract art and attuned foreign audiences to calligraphic visualities and narratives.

H. Perry Chapman and Thijs Weststeijn

Exotic and exclusive

The Pronk porcelain as products for the connoisseur

Angela Ho

In de voetsporen van Max Friedländer

Een pleidooi voor het kennerschap aan de hand van het Werlaltaarstuk

Suzanne Laemers

Ingenuity and discernment in

The Cabinet of Cornelis van der Geest (1628)

Alexander Marr

John Smith’s Rembrandt research project

An art dealer establishes the first catalogue raisonné of the paintings (1836)

Antoinette Friedenthal

The market reception of ‘new connoisseurship’

The impact of recent advances in art scholarship on the selling and buying of early Flemish paintings

Anne-Sophie V.E. Radermecker

Mettre des mots sur l’art

Peintres et connaisseurs dans la théorie de l’art française et néerlandaise du XVIIe siècle

Jan Blanc

Painting connoisseurship

Liefhebbers in the studio

Tiarna Doherty