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Art in the Encounter of Nations: Japanese and American Artists in the Early Postwar Years

Winther-Tamaki, Bert

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ISBN 10: 0824824008 / ISBN 13: 9780824824006
Editorial: University of Hawaii Press, 2001
Condición: Used: Good Encuadernación de tapa blanda
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Título: Art in the Encounter of Nations: Japanese ...

Editorial: University of Hawaii Press

Año de publicación: 2001

Encuadernación: Paperback

Condición del libro: Used: Good

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Art in the Encounter of Nations is the first book-length study of interactions between the Japanese and American art worlds in the early postwar years. It brings to light a rich exchange of opinions and debates regarding the relationship between the art of the two nations. The author begins with an examination of the Japanese margins of American Abstract Expressionism. Taking a contrapuntal approach, he investigates four abstract painters: two Japanese artists who moved to the United States (Okada Kenzo and Hasegawa Saburo) and two European Americans whose work is often associated with Japanese calligraphy (Mark Tobey and Franz Kline). He then looks at the work of two young scions of the calligraphy and pottery worlds of Japan -- Morita Shiryo and Yagi Kazuo -- and argues that their radical innovations in these ancient arts were, in part, provoked by their sense of a threat posed by Euro-American modernity. The final chapter is devoted to the career of Japanese American sculptor and designer Isamu Noguchi, whose feeling of affiliation was directed to both the U.S. and Japan in shifting ratios through a series of public and private places, each posing unique opportunities for exploring national distinctions.

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