Fanghan Wang


I received my BA in Art History from China Central Academy of Fine Arts, where I studied stone reliefs of the Han Dynasty as my primary area of focus. Later, I continued my studies at China Central Academy of Fine Arts and received my MA in Cultural Heritage and Art Archaeology. My MA thesis focused on how the concept of “stone sculpture” is framed within the system of modern art in China, from the end of the 19th century to the 1950s. At ISAW, I would like to expand my research into the interactive relationships between ancient Chinese and the foreigners living around China with an emphasis on art history and art archaeology, drawing upon my academic background in art historical studies.