Zheng, Yikan

Yikan ZHENG is currently a PhD candidate in Art History at the Central Academy of Fine Art of China. Her PhD dissertation is dedicated to a series of Crucifixions in Italy ranging from the 13th century to the 16th century, especially in the south of Italy. It focuses on the local iconographic practice, the changing contexts of images, and the way in which they are inscribed or re-located in shifting narratives. Other research interests include the transmission and the transformation of the image of Khan between Asia and Europe in the 14th Century.

郑伊看目前在中国中央美术学院就读艺术史博士。她的博士论文涉及13世纪到16世纪意大利——尤其是南部地区——的一系列“耶稣受难”题材的图像,集中讨论了意大利本地的艺术实践和图像传统、图像语境的转变和图像如何重新适应变化中的新语境等问题。其他的研究兴趣包括14世纪欧洲和亚洲之间的蒙古人图像的传播以及传播过程中的转化。