This book is a collection of essays by Noi Sawaragi first published as a monthly column in Bijutsu Techo art magazine from July 1996 to June 1997.  The author tries to revisit and reconstruct art history in the post-war Japan by carefully reviewing each of its three essential elements, namely, 'Japan', 'Modern', and 'Art'. Citing works by earlier art critics Ichiro Hariu, Shigeo Chiba and Atsushi Miyakawa, the author questions whether there is such thing as Japanese modern art history. With bibliography and index. 

 
Title type

Translated

Access level

Onsite

Location code REF.SAN4
Language

Japanese

Publication/Creation date

1998

No of pages

400

ISBN / ISSN

9784104214013

No of copies

1

Content type

monograph

Chapter headings
閉じられた「円環の彼方」は?
九十年代日本の「前衛」
スキゾフレニックな日本の私I
スキゾフレニックな日本の私II
日本・現代・美術
バリケードの中のポストモダン
「もの派」と「もののあはれ」
裸のテロリストたち
芸術である、だけど犯罪である
日本の熱
アンフォルメル以前
芸術は爆発だ
暗い絵
(Japan·Modern·Art)
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Japan·Modern·Art, 日本・現代・美術