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Untitled. Original artwork created by Zheng Chongbin in 2013. Ink and acrylic on Xuan paper.

Untitled. Original artwork created by Zheng Chongbin in 2013. Ink and acrylic on Xuan paper.

Untitled. Original artwork created by Tom Owen in 2014. Etching.

Untitled. Original artwork created by Tom Owen in 2014. Etching.

Bojagi #1. Original artwork created by SoHyun Bae in 2003. Pure pigment on rice paper on sand paper on canvas.

Bojagi #1. Original artwork created by SoHyun Bae in 2003. Pure pigment on rice paper on sand paper on canvas.

The 17th century example above is via Cornell University, which notes  [t]his series of ten jade tablets records in Chinese and Manchu the presentation of the temple name of Shih-tsu and the imperial title Chang huang-ti to the emperor Kang-hsi [in 1661]. Incised with blue and gold script, the plates are strung together with two cords. They are wrapped in a gold embroidered textile and housed in a wooden casket.

The 17th century example above is via Cornell University, which notes [t]his series of ten jade tablets records in Chinese and Manchu the presentation of the temple name of Shih-tsu and the imperial title Chang huang-ti to the emperor Kang-hsi [in 1661]. Incised with blue and gold script, the plates are strung together with two cords. They are wrapped in a gold embroidered textile and housed in a wooden casket.

Buljo Jikji Simche Yojeol. It dates back to 1377 and is the first book to be printed with metal movable type. Buljo Jikji Simche Yojeol is a collection of essential Zen Buddhist texts, published during the Goryeo Dynasty in South Korea. The pages were printed with two pages on each sheet, then folded in half (a method known today as French folding) and bound by a traditional Chinese technique using doubled silk string, with the knot hidden in the spine.

Buljo Jikji Simche Yojeol. It dates back to 1377 and is the first book to be printed with metal movable type. Buljo Jikji Simche Yojeol is a collection of essential Zen Buddhist texts, published during the Goryeo Dynasty in South Korea. The pages were printed with two pages on each sheet, then folded in half (a method known today as French folding) and bound by a traditional Chinese technique using doubled silk string, with the knot hidden in the spine.

Untitled S-01 (2011) 150.7 x 70.5 in., Ink and acrylic on Xuan paper

Untitled S-01 (2011) 150.7 x 70.5 in., Ink and acrylic on Xuan paper

Accelerated field (2013) 48 x 96 in., Ink and acrylic on Xuan paper

Accelerated field (2013) 48 x 96 in., Ink and acrylic on Xuan paper

24 x 48 pintura abstracta negro blanco metálico por ArtByCornelia

24 "x 48" pintura abstracta, negro, blanco, metálico

24 x 48 pintura abstracta negro blanco metálico por ArtByCornelia

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