31 min

Ep. 53 - Painting Edo, Post-Pandemic The Lonely Palette

    • Arts

The world is reopening just as Harvard's special exhibition "Painting Edo: Japanese Art from the Feinberg Collection" is permanently closing, having been open to the public for one heartbreakingly short month. But the exhibition, which documented the Edo period in all its diverse, aesthetic richness, doesn't have to be in front of you to describe its uncannily Buddhist and modernist moment, or to share in the strange lightness of ours.

This episode was produced with support from Harvard Art Museums.

See the images:
http://www.thelonelypalette.com/episodes/2021/6/5/episode-53-painting-edo-post-pandemic

Music used:
The Blue Dot Sessions, “Noe Noe,” “A Certain Lightness,” “Algea Trio,” “Kilkerrin,” “Gullwing Sailor,” “Two Dollar Token,” “Silent Flock”
Billie Holiday, “Blue Moon”

Support the show:
www.patreon.com/lonelypalette

The world is reopening just as Harvard's special exhibition "Painting Edo: Japanese Art from the Feinberg Collection" is permanently closing, having been open to the public for one heartbreakingly short month. But the exhibition, which documented the Edo period in all its diverse, aesthetic richness, doesn't have to be in front of you to describe its uncannily Buddhist and modernist moment, or to share in the strange lightness of ours.

This episode was produced with support from Harvard Art Museums.

See the images:
http://www.thelonelypalette.com/episodes/2021/6/5/episode-53-painting-edo-post-pandemic

Music used:
The Blue Dot Sessions, “Noe Noe,” “A Certain Lightness,” “Algea Trio,” “Kilkerrin,” “Gullwing Sailor,” “Two Dollar Token,” “Silent Flock”
Billie Holiday, “Blue Moon”

Support the show:
www.patreon.com/lonelypalette

31 min

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