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A Study on the Formation of Japan’s Ethnic Assimilation Policies and Busan Art Group - About the Joseon Art Exhibition -

Baejinyoung 1

1경성대학교

Candidate

ABSTRACT

Art of an age reflects the history of that time. Therefore, to understand contemporary art properly, both its artistic point of view and its historical point of view must be used together. Nevertheless, it is true that until now, when we studied art in Busan, we focused only on the artistic point of view. Such a problem had to do with the lack of materials, which led to a limitation in the understanding of the formation of a group of Busan artists. The above the Chosun Governor-General's office this paper are Japanese occupation in order to solve the problem of ethnic assimilation policies, Busan, about this, and about the Joseon art exhibition, Studied how response to a group of art. To that end, the research was carried out on the winners of the Joseon Art Exhibition from Busan. In addition, through the Busan Art Exhibition, we saw how the group of Busan artists formed. As a result, I found out that Busan painters responded to Japanese national assimilation policies in various ways. Lim Eung-gu and others thoroughly adjusted to it. And Ki Ui-byuk resisted based on socialism. Woo Shin-chul emphasized the uniqueness of Busan. Seo Tae-ro was out of the way of the times, drawing still life. On the other hand, Yang Dal-seok tried to portray the reality of Joseon's farming villages and people. The diverse movements formed the background of the Busan artist group's independent trend after liberation, and then paved the way for the birth of the native realism based on the form art.

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