Inheritance and Divorce in the Change of Jingdezhen Ceramic Culture in Modern Times

Hongna LIU

Abstract


In the twentieth century, during the 100 years of traditional and modern cultural conflict and reconciliation, Jingdezhen ceramic culture since more than 100 years of traditional and modern cultural conflict reconciliation, shows different models and development under the influence of political rights and economic factors, and also has gone through several stages. From the grid of traditional and modern to the final production technology, artifacts and other aspects of the development of communion, this proved that in the ceramic art production of traditional culture and modern culture can coexist, civilized system can be compatible with each other.

Keywords


Cultural discourse; Cultural agitation; Pluralistic; Cultural identity

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3968/9501

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