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Melissa M. Rinne

Associate Curator of Japanese Art

Asian Art Museum

HQ Phone:  (415) 581-3500

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Asian Art Museum

200 Larkin Street

San Francisco, California,94102

United States

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The Asian Art Museum of San Francisco is one of the largest museums in the Western world devoted exclusively to Asian art. But it's more than just an art museum - it's a ticket to Asia. There, one can travel through 6,000 years of history, trek across seven ma... more

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Associate Curator

Japanese Art


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Book Review: Creativity within Tradition | Iwasawa Oriental Art | Japanese Art and Antiques in the San Francisco Bay Area

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According to the foreword "The Practice of Copying in Japanese Art" by Melissa Rinne, the associate curator of Japanese art at the Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, this book emphasizes the significance and functions of copying tradition in Japan.
Rinne explains how a "copy (in Japanese, utsushi, mosha, or mozo) of an existing artwork might be made for a variety of purposes," by giving several historical examples, such as the Two World Mandalas in the Jingoji temple in Kyoto and the treasures stored in the Shosoin depository in Nara. By replicating the works of predecessors, the traditional techniques and style, and the accompanying aesthetic considerations are accurately conveyed.


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Origami Odyssey has been acclaimed by artists, scientists, and scholars including Robert Lang; Melissa Rinne, Associate Curator of Japanese Art at the Asian Art Museum; Niles Eldredge of the Division of Paleontology, American Museum of Natural History; and Tom Rockwell, Director of Exhibits at the Exploratorium.


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Origami Odyssey has been acclaimed by artists, scientists, and scholars including Robert Lang; Melissa Rinne, Associate Curator of Japanese Art at the Asian Art Museum; Niles Eldredge of the Division of Paleontology, American Museum of Natural History; and Tom Rockwell, Director of Exhibits at the Exploratorium.


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My family has delighted in making these magical representations of the cosmos and the natural world."-Melissa Rinne, Associate Curator of Japanese Art, Asian Art Museum


Origami Odyssey, A Journey to the Edge of Paperfolding

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My family has delighted in making these magical representations of the cosmos and the natural world."-Melissa Rinne, Associate Curator of Japanese Art, Asian Art Museum


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