Ignacio Adriasola

BA (Chiba), MA (Duke), MA (Chiba), PhD (Duke)

Ignacio Adriasola is a historian of modern Japanese art. He received his PhD from Duke University in 2011.

His book in progress, Melancholy Sites, investigates responses by artists and intellectuals to the crisis of aesthetic and political representation triggered by the failed protests against the US-Japan Security Treaty of 1960, and in particular their reliance on depictions of the sexual and geographical margins in their articulation of an aesthetics of political disaffection.

Courses

Winter 2017

ARTH227 Art and the Visual Environment in the Modern and Post-modern Periods Sections

A selective survey of visual art, architecture and other visual media since 1900.

Winter 2017

ARTH368 Art in Japan: Print Media Sections

Historical and theoretical questions concerning the development of print media in Japan, from Edo period woodcuts to the advent of digital technologies.

Winter 2017

ARTH363 Art in Japan: The Problem with Painting Sections

Key debates in the history of painting and its institutionalization.

Winter 2017

ARTH464 Seminar in Japanese Art Sections