Following the exhibition entitled 'Development of Postwar Japanese art:Figurative Art,' this exhibition put together the artists who worked in non-figurative style. In addition to black and white images of the works and an analysis of emergence of non-figurative works in Japanese art by Tamon MIKI, a list of works, brief biography of the participating artists, and a chronological table are available. Everything is written in Japanese, except for the bilingual introduction by the organizer.

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Onsite

Location code EX.JAP.DOP
Language

Japanese

Keywords

Japangroup exhibition

Publication/Creation date

1973

ISBN / ISSN

Nil

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1

Content type

catalogue

Development of Postwar Japanese Art: Abstract and Non-Figurative
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