This publication accompanies the exhibition entitled 'Gendai: Japanese Contemporary Art - Between the Body and Space' held from October to December 2000 at Centre for Contemporary Art, Ujazdowski Castle. The title of the exhibition 'Gendai' means 'contemporary' in Japanese, whereas the subtitle 'Japanese Contemporary Art - Between the Body and Space' suggests the key themes of this exhibition - the body and space. Examining today's Japanese art in terms of these two major factors, the exhibition features work of fourteen Japanese artists who are born from the 1940s to 1970s.
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Onsite

Location code EX.POL.GJC
Language

English, 

Polish

Keywords

group exhibitionJapan

Publication/Creation date

2000

No of pages

192

ISBN / ISSN

8388277267

No of copies

2

Content type

catalogue

Chapter headings
Ones Next to Others

- Jean-Luc NANCY

Gendai: Japanese Contemporary Art - Between the Body and Space

- Maria BREWINSKA

Gendai: A View from Japan

- Junichi SHIODA, 塩田純一

Japanese as the Contemporary of Fine Art

- Noi SAWARAGI, 椹木野衣

The Horizon of Criticism. Fields of Fantasy: The (Post)Modernity of Japanese Art

- Midori MATSUI, 松井みどり

Post-Media and Memory: The State of Contemporary Art in Japan

- Akiko KASUYA, 加須屋明子

The Photography

- Taro AMANO, 天野太郎

The Ritual and the Sense: when the body awakens, it appears persistent and is reinforced by its entire sensitivity to the world's stimuli

- Yuko HASEGAWA, 長谷川祐子

Gendai: Japanese Contemporary Art - Between the Body and Space
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