鍾子寅

國立故宮博物院南院處助理研究員

Chung Tzu-yin

Assistant Research Fellow, Southern Branch of the National Palace Museum

 

鍾子寅博士現為國立故宮博物院南部院區的宗教藝術策展人,他曾擔任故宮南院開館首展之一的《佛陀形影院藏亞洲佛教藝術之美》常設展之共同策展人及圖錄共同主編。2013年,他自北京首都師範大學漢藏佛教美術研究所取得博士學位,主要研究領域為喜馬拉雅藝術,特別是藏、漢圖像與儀軌之比較研究,曾於20072013年間多次赴西藏、青海、甘肅、寧夏、內蒙等地進行田野考察;近年研究轉向四川藏區(康區)的壁畫遺跡調查。2019年,他策劃了《占婆的微笑─越南林迦罩》特展以及《四海名物:國立故宮博物院新入藏亞洲文物精選》特展。

 

Dr Chung Tzu-yin is currently curator for religious art at the Southern Branch of the National Palace Museum. He co-curated one of the Southern Branch's inaugural permanent exhibitions, Imprints of Buddhas: Buddhist Art in the National Palace Museum Collection, and co-edited the exhibition catalogue. In 2013, he received his PhD in Tibeto-Chinese Buddhist art from the Capital Normal University in Beijing, China. He specializes in Himalayan art, especially the comparative study of Tibet and China's iconographies and rituals. Between 2007 and 2013, he conducted several field studies in Tibet, Qinghai, Gansu, Ningxia, and Inner Mongolia. His recent research focuses on fresco remains in Khams areas in Sichuan. In 2019, he curated the exhibitions Smiling Shiva: The Lingakosha from the Kingdom of Champa and Cherished Objects: New Acquisitions of the National Palace Museum.