The catalogue was published in conjunction with the 2019 documentary exhibition, featuring the Tottori based avant-garde collective and its exhibitions between 1968–1977.

According to the introduction by Tsutsui Hiroki, SPACE PLAN 'began its activities by issuing a manifesto called "Escape Plan No. 1 — for forming a new artistic group" in November 1968' which was a time referred to as a 'historical turning point in Japan' and held a total of thirteen exhibitions between 1968 and 1977, taking inspiration from Minimalism. The art collective, despite being very active, was limited within its local Tottori region. This exhibition, therefore, explores this little known and local art collective and its exhibitions. 

The catalogue also includes photographic reproductions of the work, newspaper clippings and ephemeral materials documenting the exhibition history.

Access level

Onsite

publisher

ART DIVER (Japan)

Location code EX.JAP.SPA
Language

English, 

Japanese

Publication/Creation date

2019

No of pages

96

ISBN / ISSN

9784908122149

No of copies

1

Content type

catalogue

Space Plan: Avant-Garde Art Collective in Tottori 1968–1977 , スペース・プラン記録展 −鳥取の前衛芸術家集団1968-1977
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Space Plan: Avant-Garde Art Collective in Tottori 1968–1977 , スペース・プラン記録展 −鳥取の前衛芸術家集団1968-1977