Vidéo de la table ronde : « La place de l’artiste circassien de l’Antiquité à nos jours »

Voici la vidéo de la table ronde : « La place de l’artiste circassien de l’Antiquité à nos jours » organisée au musée des Beaux-arts et d’Archéologie de Châlons-en-Champagne le 14 octobre 2018, à laquelle j’avais eu l’honneur et le plaisir de participer.

Avec également :
• Adrien Bossard, Conservateur du Patrimoine spécialiste de la Chine, Administrateur du Musée départemental des arts asiatiques de Nice
• Zeev Gourarier, Conservateur général du Patrimoine, Directeur scientifique et des collections du Mucem
• Pascal Jacob, Historien du cirque, Directeur artistique du cirque Phénix et du festival mondial du cirque de Demain
• Bertrand Porot, Professeur des universités à l’Université de Reims et rattaché au Centre d’études et de recherches en histoire culturelle (CERHIC)
• Virginia Verardi, Conservatrice en chef du Patrimoine, Commissaire de l’exposition ACROBATES et Directrice des musées municipaux de Châlons-en-Champagne
• Anne Quentin, auteure, critique dramatique, journaliste spécialisée dans les politiques culturelles

Les diapositives Power Point de ma présentation sont disponibles ici.

Annonce de colloque: Japonisme on the Move: Travel, Migration, and Other Movements of People across Places

Merci H-Announce

Date:          Saturday October 5, 2019

Venue:        National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo

Organized by: The Society for the Study of Japonisme / National Museum of Western Art, 

                         Tokyo / Ebara Hatakeyama Memorial Foundation

Language:      Japanese or English (with simultaneous translation)

Purpose:        With the opening of Japan’s borders in the mid-nineteenth century, diplomats, oyatoi-gaikokujin[foreign advisors for the government], merchants and tourists began to visit the country. Describing in their journals and correspondences the cities, customs, craftsmanship and people they encountered during their journeys, these travelers also brought various craft objects home. At the same time, people moved from Japan to Europe and the United States, too, as businessmen, touring performers, students and migrants, each embodying the Other to the Western eyes. How did these intersecting human flows across the globe inform Japonisme? Shifting our focus to movements of people (from those of things, such as art and craft objects) will allow us to discover new and diverse sets of meanings in Japonisme from modern to contemporary periods. The 2019 edition of the Society for the Study of Japonisme International Symposium seeks to encourage in-depth study and discussion on this Japonisme shaped by travels and movements.



9:00–           Registration

9:30–9:40    Welcome Address  

MABUCHI Akiko, Chair, the Society for the Study of Japonisme and Director, the National Museum of Western Art 

NAKAMURA Hiroshi, Executive Director and Secretary-General, the Ebara Hatakeyama Memorial Foundation


Part I: Japan in Fantasy: Outgoing Information and the Japanese abroad  

Moderator: ENDO Nozomi 


IDO Keiko, Professor, Komazawa Women’s University

“From Japan to the World: The Case of Nikko”


Phylis FLOYD, Associate Professor, Michigan State University

“Japanese Meishoand Popular Tourist Prints in the West”




SUZUKI Junji, Professor Emeritus, Keio University

“Japanese residentsof France Involved in Horticultural Japonisme: HATA Wasuke and his Collaborators”


OCHIAI Momoko, Lecturer, Fukuoka University

“A Japanese Art Specialist in Germany Born in a Doctor’s Family in Akita: the Life and Works of HARA Shinkichi”


Wayne E. ARNOLD, Associate Professor, The University of Kitakyushu

“Henry Miller and Japonisme: Movement from Afar”




PartII: Fantasy Realized: Towards Japan

Moderator: ISHII Motoaki 


Monica BRAW, Writer

“Forerunner of Japonisme: the Swedish Botanist and Medical Doctor Carl Peter Thunberg and the Results of his Sojourn in Japan 1775–1776”


Stefano TURINA, Art Historian

“Japonisme on the Silk Thread: the Role of Italian Semai (Silkworm Eggs Merchants) in the Diffusion of Japanese Objects in Italy and Abroad (1859-1914)”


INAGA Shigemi, Professor, International Research Center for Japanese Studies, Professor, Post-Graduate University for Advanced Studies

“Émile Guimet and Félix Régamey Visit Japan in 1876–77”





Dov BING, Professor Emeritus, Waikato University, New Zealand

“Siegfried Bing & his Family: Jacob Samuel Renner, Michael Baer, Siegfried & August Bing, & Marcel Bing”


Gilles MASTALSKI, Instructor, Lycée français international de Tokyo

“The First Japoniste Painter from Central Europe in the Land of the Rising Sun: the Journey of Julian Fałat (1853–1929) in Japan and the Influence of Japanese Art and Aesthetics on his Works”




16:10–16:55 Discussion

Moderator: IDO Keiko 


17:00 Close


Advance registration information (120 participants with free admission):

Please provide following details to the Society for the Study of Japonisme via email ( or fax (+81-3-3341-1830) between September 10 and 28, 2019 (for the Society members and non-members)

  1. Your name
  2. Are you a member or non-member?
  3. Your email address or fax number

Passes will be mailed on first-come-first serve basis until the limit is reached. Registration status can be checked on our website. Your personal information will be used uniquely for communication regarding the symposium.

In  case you wish to be a member of the Society for the Study of Japonisme, study the website details to send us the demand for the submission.


Contact Info: 


Fax: (81) 3-3341-1830


Contact Email:


Liens du mois (Juillet 2019)

The first country in South-America where circus arts has been included into the national registry of the Intangible Cultural Heritage.

Une vidéo intéressante de shishimai par Can Tamura, découverte grâce au blog Visual Anthropology of Japan