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Kunsthistorisches Institut

Khanh Trinh

Khanh Trinh, Dr.

Khanh Trinh, Curator of Japanese and Korean Art at the Museum Rietberg, studied East Asian Art History, Japanese Studies, and Sinology at the University of Zurich, and wrote her PhD thesis on the Japanese painter Tani Bunchō (1763–1840). Before taking up the post at the Museum Rietberg in 2015, she was curator and lecturer in Japanese Art History in Berlin (Museum für Ostasiatische Kunst, 1997–2004), Tokyo (Waseda University, 2006–07), and Sydney (Art Gallery of New South Wales, 2007–15). She has curated numerous exhibitions and published or written their accompanying catalogues; in addition, she has written on various aspects of the painting and applied arts of Japan during the Edo period (1603–1868) as well as on contemporary Japanese and Korean art.

FS 2018: 
Lecture Kunst der Edo-Zeit (1603–1868)