'This special issue explores the significance of collectivism in modern and contemporary Japanese art. Japanese artists banded together throughout the twentieth century to work in collectives, reflecting and influencing each evolution of their culture. Illuminating the interplay between individual and community throughout Japan’s tumultuous century, the contributors to this issue examine both the practical internal operations of the collectives and the art that they produced.' - from journal's website.

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Alternative title

Collectivism in Twentieth-Century Japanese Art: A Special Issue

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Onsite

Location code PER.POS
Language

English

Keywords

modernismJapan

Publication/Creation date

2013

Publication status

In print

ISBN / ISSN

10679847

No of copies

2

Content type

magazine/journal/newspaper

Chapter headings

Introduction: Collectivism in Twentieth-Century Japanese Art with a Focus on Operational Aspects of Dantai

- Reiko TOMII, 富井玲子

'Art Is Something born': The Rise and Fall of the Kokuga Society (1918-28) and teh Emergence of the Kokuten Style

- John SZOSTAK

New Art Collectives in the Service of the War: The Formation of Art Organizations during the Asia-Pacific War

- Maki KANEKO

Jikken Kobo and Takiguchi Shuzo: The New Deal Collectivism of 1950s Japan

- Miwako TEZUKA, 手塚美和子

Gutai Chain: The Collective Spirit of Individualism

- Ming TIAMPO, 蔡宇鳴

Performance Collectives in 1960s Japan: With a Focus on the 'Ritual School'

- Raiji KURODA, 黒田雷児

Authority, Autonomy, and the Early Taisho 'Avant-Garde'

- Alicia VOLK

A Woman and Collectives: An Interview with Tabe Mitsuko

Positions: Asia Critique (Vol.21 No.2 Spring 2013)
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Positions: Asia Critique (Vol.21 No.2 Spring 2013)