Published on the occasion of the worldwide tour of the exhibition 'Painting for Joy: New Japanese Painting in the 1990s,' organized by The Japan Foundation. This exhibition showcases works by various young Japanese painters, showing how they "have understood and tried to further develop artistic expression in their genre with its long tradition in the final decade of the twentieth century, [in] a time of rapid developments in information technology and communications technology." Essays by Miki Okabe and Midori Matsui. Includes artists' biographies.
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