Catalogue of joint exhibition held at Tochigi Prefectural Museum of Fine Arts in 1999. The current exhibition involves the substantial question of how art can relate itself to the spiritual and bodily pains experienced before death during our lifetime. Eighty works by fourteen contemporary Japanese artists are presented in the exhibition under four sections, "Inner Life', "Inner Poetry", "Gush Out from Inner Spirit", and "Continuation of Inner Time". Artist biographies are provided in this catalogue.
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Location code EX.JAP.NMC
Language

English, 

Japanese

Publication/Creation date

1999

No of pages

117

ISBN / ISSN

Nil

No of copies

1

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catalogue

Chapter headings
A Portrait of the Chimera - A Thought in Conjunction with Noontime Meditation - Tomio TADA
Meditating Art - Can the Meaning of Art be Recovered? - Reiko KOKATSU, 小勝禮子
Noontime Meditation: Contemporary Japanese Art Having Inner Sight
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Noontime Meditation: Contemporary Japanese Art Having Inner Sight