In order to summarize the work achievements and shortcomings of the first two years of the publication of "Chinese Calligraphy and Calligraphy," and to seek continuous innovation and development, we have invited nearly twenty experts and scholars from universities and research institutes across the country. From December 18th to 19th, a "Workshop on Chinese Calligraphy and Calligraphy" was held in Beijing. Participating experts and scholars put forward constructive opinions on the specific editorial work of "Chinese Calligraphy · Book Science" from different perspectives, including the editorial concepts, sections and columns, review system, graphic layout, and topic selection planning. Fully affirmed and positively evaluated the historical significance of the inaugural issue of "Chinese Calligraphy and Calligraphy" in advancing the in-depth development of contemporary calligraphic studies and the construction of higher calligraphy education disciplines, and its academic role, interdisciplinary communication, and continuous improvement International expectations have raised even higher expectations. This issue of "Focus" specially edited and distributed the minutes of the experts' seminars to share with the readers. We hope to take this seminar as an opportunity and make unremitting efforts to take it to the next level. At the same time, we sincerely hope that every reader and friend who is concerned about the growth of "Chinese Calligraphy and Calligraphy" can provide suggestions for our development and work with us to talk about the bright future of contemporary calligraphy academic theory.
4 To forge ahead and talk about the future: summary of speeches in the workshop of "Chinese Calligraphy and Calligraphy"
The Proposition and Analysis of the Concept of Chinese Learning and the Relationship between Calligraphy and Chinese Learning
There is no concept of Guoxue in history. The concept of Chinese learning was advocated and advocated when the traditional Chinese culture was strongly impacted by Western studies in the early twentieth century. As the flowers and fruits drifted away, a group of people who adhered to traditional Chinese culture and responded to Western challenges based on the cultural awareness of teaching and protecting the country. Cultural concept. Chinese learning is also the native learning. The significance of advocating Guoxue at the moment is to return to new ground and deepen tradition in the context of modernity; to cross the West and return to China to establish traditional cultural values and to pursue the core concepts and ultimate care of Chinese culture. Master Hongyi once famously said: We should pass literature and art to people, not people. Confucianism also emphasizes that "you are in the arts", and above the arts you must be "aspirational to the Tao, according to virtue, and dependent on benevolence". This shows that the development of a calligrapher cannot be separated from the traditional Chinese culture or traditional culture itself.
24 Proposition and Analysis of the Concept of Chinese Learning and the Relationship between Calligraphy and Chinese Learning Jiang Shoutian
Scholar Huang Huang
Huang Yan, No. Fengzhai. Born in Taicang, Jiangsu in March 1947, his ancestral home is Yangzhou. Professor and PhD supervisor of Nanjing University of the Arts, director of Xiling Yinshe, member of China Artists Association, researcher of China Book Court and China Seal Art Research Institute of China Academy of Art, former director of Chinese Book Association and deputy director of Academic Committee of China Book Association. In 1983, he won the first prize of "National Engraving and Calligraphy Contest". In 1993, he won the "National Fifth National Calligraphy Engraving Exhibition" National Award. In 1999, he won the "99 'World Book Art Jeonbuk Biennale" award in Korea. The 4th "Chinese Book Franking Award · Art Award". He has authored "History of Ancient Chinese Impressionism", "History of Chinese Calligraphy, Yuanming Volume", "Hangzhou to Dadu——Critical Biography of Zhao Mengfu Calligraphy", "Calligraphy Seal Cutting", "History of Calligraphy in Qin, Han, Jin, Southern and Northern Dynasties", "Edition of Chinese Imprints", Laitang Collection-Selected Works of Huang Yan's Books "and so on.
30 Talks about the History of Calligraphy
41 Summary of Huang Yan's Academic Works
Imagery, Aesthetics and Interpretation: Selected Papers in "The Eleventh Symposium on Calligraphy"
Calligraphy originated from the "meaning" of the writer, formed by the interaction between paper and pen, and developed. Because of the need for interpretation and expression, it was put into language, thus forming the unique "meaning" thinking of Chinese calligraphy and receiving Aesthetic interest under the influence of and the language phenomenon of book theory. In the selected papers of the "Eleventh National Symposium on Calligraphy", the topic selected by the authors such as Yang Xiaoping, Meng Qingxing, and Qiu Xinqiao was closely related to the "image" of calligraphy. Comparing the thinking modes behind the different language forms of ancient and modern book theory provides a reference for us to grasp the art of calligraphy from a metaphysical level. This journal selects and edits for readers.
44 The Image Theory of Ancient Calligraphy and Its Connotation
49 Metaphorical Analogy and the Generation of Calligraphic Images
55 The Argument of "Qiao" and "Zhuo" —— On "Qiao" and "Zhuo" in Calligraphy
60 The Linguistic Form and Thinking Mode of Book Theory Li Yihua Li Xueming
64 On "Meaning": Position and Variation in Discourse Structure
69 Book and Tao——A Clue to the Evolution of Calligraphy Thought in Tang and Song Dynasties Xie Youguo
75 Two Philosophical Interpretation Orientations of Book Study in Tang Dynasty
80 Analysis on the Aesthetic Thoughts of Jiu Shoulder My Book
Topic of "Study of Stele and Contemporary Calligraphy"
In the interview article published by Mr. Wang Yan in this issue, our questions include how to evaluate the overall achievements of Qing Dynasty calligraphy, how it stands in the history of calligraphy, where the key to the rise of the style of tablet calligraphy, and contemporary What kind of traditional vision should a book scholar have? Mr. Wang Ji ’s interpretation of these issues fully reflects a contemporary calligrapher ’s profound understanding of the tradition of calligraphy, a high degree of consciousness in the art of calligraphy, and an in-depth reflection on the issue of calligraphy innovation. Two other papers introduced in this issue are from two young scholars. Xu Dongshu's thesis "Civilian Cultural Turn and the Rise of Steleology" pointed out the internal relationship between the rise and development of steleology and social and historical changes from the perspective of art and social history. Make valuable discussions; Teng Qi's thesis "Southern and North Distinguished Gendai Xing" —— The Influence of Su and Huang in He Shaoji's Inscriptions on Tablets and Tablets "used a poetic method to more thoroughly sort out He Shaoji's rise to Jinshi in the Song Dynasty. On the occasion, Su Shi, Huang Tingjian and others responded to the scholarly viewpoints of Shushu, thus revealing the inheritance relationship of Qing dynasty's tablet science to the Song dynasty's Jinshi school. Wang Guowei said that the study of Jinshi in the Song dynasty "the taste of appreciation and the interest of research, the thinking of ancient and the novelty are intricately intertwined. This spirit was written by the representatives of the time such as Su Shi, Shen Kuo, Huang Tingjian, and Huang Bosi. "In, you can meet it", this article provides a lot of evidence. These show that the Qing people's aesthetic concept of steleology came from somewhere.
84 Steleology in Multidimensional Perspective Hu Kangmei
86 The Potential of the Development of Calligraphy Today is the Integration of Inscriptions and Tablets——An Interview with Wang Bi, "Study of Stele and Contemporary Calligraphy
94 Civilian Cultural Turn and the Rise of Steleology
99 "Southern and North Distinguishment of the Generation" —— The Influence of Su and Huang in He Shaoji's Bibliography Teng Qi
106 On Synaesthesia and Its Aesthetic Functions of Chinese Traditional Calligraphy
111 On Zhao Mengfu's Calligraphy Thought "It's Hard to Use a Pen Throughout the Ages" MAO Quanzhou
Study of Calligraphy Creation
115 On Xiaoyan's Copy and Creation Shi Song
119 Reform of Qin and Han Characters and Its Calligraphic Significance
122 A Glimpse of the Relationship between Chinese Calligraphy and Western Abstract Paintings——From Melo Ponty's Analysis of the "Lines" in Modern Paintings Zhang Xiaodong
124 Interpretation Limit, Interpretation Bias and Interpretation Deviation——Three Questions of Chinese Calligraphy Interpretation
129 A Summary of the Study of the Language of the Book of Songs from the Eastern Han Dynasty to the Late Tang Dynasty Wu Shitian Zhan Xuzuo
"The 2nd Jiangsu Province Primary and Secondary School Calligraphy Education Forum" Special Topic
The 2nd Jiangsu Province Primary and Secondary School Calligraphy Education Forum was held in Changzhou from November 9th to 10th, 2017. This forum event was co-sponsored by Jiangsu Education and Calligraphy Association, Jiangsu Education Newspapers and Periodicals, and Jiangsu Primary and Middle School Teaching Research Office. The forum focused on the theme of "Primary and Secondary Calligraphy Education Curriculum Construction and Implementation" and studied and explored how to advance in the new era. Primary and secondary school calligraphy education in the province. In order to cooperate with this forum, since May 2017, Jiangsu Educational Calligraphy Association, Jiangsu Education Newspaper and Periodicals, and Jiangsu Primary and Middle School Teaching Research Office have jointly organized the "Second Contest of Calligraphy Education Thesis Contest" After careful evaluation by the jury, 127 papers, including Calligraphy Teaching: For Cultural Inheritance, were awarded by Zhu Jun of Huaian Experimental Primary School. This magazine specially selected Wang Zhan, Sun Xiaoyun, Ding Xiaochang, and Ma Bin to give speeches at the forum to readers.
135 Study and implement the spirit of the 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China
137 Strengthening Cultural Confidence, Passing on National Wisdom Sun Xiaoyun
139 Elementary and Secondary School Calligraphy Teaching Contents
143 Historical Mission of Calligraphy Education in Primary and Secondary Schools in the New Era
Study of Calligraphy History
146 Misunderstandings and Extensions in the Historical Materials of Han Dynasty Calligraphy——Taking the Analysis of Words in Historical Materials as an Example
A Study of the Collection of 150 Yuan Ru Wang Zemin's Collections and His Life
158 Enjoyment and Appraisal——Exploration on the Methodology of Sun Chengze's Inscriptions on Inscriptions in the Early Qing Dynasty
Study of Ancient Booksites
162 A Review of Shi Ling and His Books
166 An Analysis of Li Dongyang's Calligraphy
172 Re-analysis of Mi Fu's "madness" character and radical speech
176 Wen Zhengming's Study of the Style of the Lower Case and Its Writing Situation
192 Selected Works of Wen Zhengming in Lower Case