沈语冰
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个人简介:

沈语冰,19659月生。1990年毕业于华东政法大学,获法学硕士学位。先后任职于浙江理工大学、浙江大学(并从浙江大学获文艺学博士学位)。现为复旦大学特聘教授,复旦大学哲学学院博士生导师。

兼任浙江大学世界艺术研究中心主任,南京大学艺术研究院兼职教授,湖北美术学院“楚天学者”讲座教授(2016-2018),《中国大百科全书(第3版)·艺术学理论卷》艺术批评分支主编,《艺术史与艺术哲学集刊》主编,北京师范大学出版集团“艺术学经典文献导读书系”主编,凤凰出版传媒集团“凤凰文库·艺术理论研究系列”执行主编。曾为剑桥大学哲学学院访问学者,哈佛大学意大利文艺复兴研究中心访问教授。


主要研究方向:

西方现代美学、现代艺术史、艺术理论与艺术批评

感兴趣研究方向:

中西现代美术交流史、中国艺术史(书史、画史)、中国艺术论(书论、画论)

联系方式:

syb1965@163.com

办公室:

复旦大学邯郸校区光华西楼1721


主要学术成果:

  1. 沈语冰:《20世纪艺术批评》(专著),中国美术学院出版社,2003年第1版,2006200920122016年重印。

  2. 罗杰·弗莱:《塞尚及其画风的发展》(独立译著),广西师范大学出版社,2009年第1版;广西美术出版社,2016年第2版。

  3. 格林伯格:《艺术与文化》(独立译著),广西师范大学出版社,2009年第1版;2015年第2版。

  4. 罗杰·弗莱:《弗莱艺术批评文选》(独立译著),江苏美术出版社,2010年第1版;2013年第2版。

  5. 列奥·施坦伯格:《另类准则:直面20世纪艺术》(沈语冰、刘帆译),江苏美术出版社,2011年第1版;2013年第2版。

  6. 安内特·因斯多夫:《弗朗索瓦·特吕弗》(独立译著),广西师范大学出版社,2012年版。

  7. 迈克尔·弗雷德:《艺术与物性》(张晓剑、沈语冰译),江苏美术出版社,2013年版。

  8. T·J·克拉克《现代生活的画像:马奈及其追随者艺术中的巴黎》(沈语冰、诸葛沂译),江苏美术出版社,2013年版。

  9. 蒂埃利··迪弗:《杜尚之后的康德》(沈语冰、张晓剑、陶铮译)江苏美术出版社,2014年版。

  10. 迈耶·夏皮罗:《现代艺术:1920世纪》(沈语冰、何海译),江苏美术出版社,2015年版。

  11. 奈菲、怀特-史密斯:《梵高传》(沈语冰、何卫华、宋倩、匡骁译),译林出版社,2015年版。

  12. 迈耶·夏皮罗:《艺术的理论与哲学》(沈语冰、王玉冬译),江苏美术出版社,2016年版。

  13. 乔纳森·克拉里:《知觉的悬置:注意力、景观与现代文化》(沈语冰、贺玉高译),江苏美术出版社,2017年版。

  14. 沈语冰:《图像与意义:英美现代艺术史论》(专著),商务印书馆,2017年版


荣誉和奖励:

1.《20世纪艺术批评》(专著),获浙江省社科联第四届青年社会科学优秀成果奖一等奖(200412月)

2.《20世纪艺术批评》(专著),获浙江大学董氏基金教师优秀科研成果奖二等奖(200412月)

3.《20世纪艺术批评》(专著),获教育部第四届中国高校人文社会科学研究优秀成果二等奖(200612月)

4.《现代生活的画像:马奈及其追随者艺术中的巴黎》,获AAC第八届“艺术中国·年度影响力”之年度艺术类出版物最终提名奖(2014

5201312月,因“长期致力于系统翻译介绍西方现当代艺术理论,为中国艺术研究做出重大贡献,丰富了中文世界的学术视野”,获得第二届当代艺术思想论坛艺术理论奖。

6. 2015年,获浙江大学优质教学奖一等奖。

7. 2016年,获浙江大学唐立新优秀教师奖。

科研项目:

1.“格林伯格的艺术理论与批评”(10YJA760042)主持人,教育部规划课题,2011-2016

2.“西方当代艺术理论文献翻译与研究”(13&ZD124)首席专家,国家社科基金重大招标项目,2013-2018



Curriculum Vitae


Personal Information

Shen Yubing, Distinguished Professor of history and philosophy of art at School of Philosophy, Fudan University, as well as director of Zhejiang University Center for World Art Studies. Temperamentally art-lover, he nevertheless graduated from East China University of Politics and Law. Before the appointment of Fudan University, he worked for Zhejiang University of Science and Technology (1990-1996) and then joined the Faculty of Humanities (1997-2016) at Zhejiang University where he got his PhD in art theory.


Areas of Specialization

Modern Aesthetics, Theory and Philosophy of Art

Areas of Competence

History of Exchange between modern China and the West, Chinese traditional calligraphy and ink painting

Contact

syb1965@163.com


Publication

His books include Art Criticism in the 20th Century, Hangzhou: China Academy of Art, 2003, reprinted, 2006, 2009 2012, 2016, and Image and Meaning: The Historiography of Modern Anglo-American Art History, Beijing: The Commercial Press, 2017.

His translations (independently or collaboratively) include Cézanne: A Study of His Development by Roger Fry, Art and Culture by Clement Greenberg, Other Criteria by Leo Steinberg, Art and Objecthood by Michael Fried, The Painting of Modern Life: Paris in the Art of Manet and His Followers by T.J. Clark, Kant after Duchamp by Thierry de Duve, Modern Art: 19th and 20th Century, Theory and Philosophy of Art by Meyer Schapiro, as well as Suspensions of Perception by Jonathan Crary.


Awards and Grants

His book Art Criticism in the 20th Century was awarded the prize of outstanding achievements in Humanities and Social Sciences by China Ministry of Education. Independently or jointly, there are altogether 12 translation books under his name, including Cézanne, A Study of His Development. Among his translations, The Painting of Modern Life: Paris in the Art of Manet and His Followers won the final nomination of “Annual Art Publication” award in the eighth AAC “Annual Influential Events in China”. He also won the award of art theory in the Second Forum of Contemporary Artistic Thoughts for his “long-term contribution to the systematic translation of contemporary western art theories and to the study of Chinese art, which broaden the academic scope of Chinese art world."

He was visiting scholar at Faculty of Philosophy, Cambridge University (2001-2002), visiting professor at Villa Ittati, Harvard University Center for the Italian Renaissance Studies (2013).