Following the concept of a tourist guidebook, the present monograph of Japanese artist Tsuyoshi Ozawa leads to the various projects initiated by the artist from 1992-2000 including the establishment of a number of Museums of Soya Sauce Art in Japan, the founding of the smallest gallery in the world, the Nasubi Gallery, and the founding of the University of Sodan Art which ran for 1 year, from 1995-1996. There are also other 'tourist information', providing readers with a more in-depth study of the artist: accompanying essays, highlights of other projects and activities, an interview with Tsuyoshi Ozawa, and an artist biography.
Access level

Onsite

Location code MON.OZT
Language

English, 

Japanese

Keywords

conceptualism

Publication/Creation date

2001

No of pages

128

ISBN / ISSN

4900398373

No of copies

2

Content type

artist monograph, 

directory/guide

Chapter headings
Museum of Soy Sauce Art
Small Solo Show in a Small Gallery?! The Museum of Soy Sauce Art, Scapular Gallery Nomad, and Nasubi Gallery

- Judy Freya SIBAYAN

Maquette of the Museum of Soy Sauce Art

- Jiro ENDO, 遠藤治郎

Nasubi Gallery
The University of Sodan Art
Space Walk with Reigns

- Shin KUROSAWA, 黒沢伸

Sodan Art Cafe
Monument
Icon of Relief: Jizoing

- Yusuke MINAMI, 南雄介

Other Highlights
Tourist Information
Critical Humour

- Yukie KAMIYA, 神谷幸江

Tsuyoshi Ozawa Interview

- Takashi SHINKAWA, 新川貴詩

A Guidebook to Tsuyoshi Ozawa's World
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A Guidebook to Tsuyoshi Ozawa's World