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Melissa M. Rinne

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Associate Curator of Japanese Art

Asian Art Museum
200 Larkin Street
San Francisco, California 94102
United States

Company Description: The Asian Art Museum (AAM) building, one of the several that make up the de Young complex, will be occupied until the relocation of the AAM and its collections to...   more
Background

Employment History

  • Assistant Curator of Japanese Art
    Asian Art Museum
  • Assistant Curator
    Japanese Art
  • Associate Curator
    Japanese Art
47 Total References
Web References
Origami Odyssey, A Journey to the Edge of Paperfolding
www.tuttlepublishing.com, 1 July 2011 [cached]
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
According to the foreword "The Practice ...
www.japaneseartandantiques.com [cached]
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.
New Moon Newsletter
www.actaonline.org, 3 Mar 2007 [cached]
(Excerpted from the catalogue, Masters of Bamboo, by Melissa Rinne, assistant curator of Japanese Art, in collaboration with Koichiro Okada.)
How curious then to watch Kibe Seiho, Japanese master artist from Kyushu Island's Oita Prefecture, patiently and graciously answer the non-stop questions from the largely American participants who attended his 2 day workshop recently!
Calendar | San Diego Museum of Art
www.sdmart.org, 1 July 2011 [cached]
Melissa Rinne, Associate Curator of Japanese Art from the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco will explain more about the history of these beautiful objects in a lecture that explores the different painting styles, subjects, compositions, and materials of the screen format.
Overview of the Thematic Exhibit: ...
www.asianart.org, 6 Nov 2010 [cached]
Overview of the Thematic Exhibit: Melissa Rinne, Associate Curator of Japanese Art, Asian Art Museum
Session I: On the 1860 Mission
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etween 12:50 and 1:20, curator Melissa Rinne will offer a short gallery talk on the thematic exhibit.
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Moderator and respondent: Melissa Rinne
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Curator Melissa Rinne will offer a gallery talk on the thematic exhibit.
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