Japanese Art of the 1970s through the Photography of Anzaï Shigeo, 安齊重男による日本の70年代美術
This catalogue is published in conjunction with the exhibition 'When Attitudes Become Form: Japanese Art of the 1970s through the Photography of Anzaï Shigeo'. Includes essay by Nakai Yasuyuki, biography, bibliography and list of works.
'In 1970, Anzaï Shigeo began using a 35mm camera to record the ephemeral works that were being made by artists of his generation. Anzaï captured an art movement that would later come to be known as "Mono-ha" in its infancy, but soon he shifted his focus to other emerging trends of the era. In this exhibition, we present the work of Anzaï Shigeo, who has continually documented changing times in Japanese contemporary art.' - from The National Museum of Art, Osaka website
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