Art, Anti-Art, Non-Art: Experimentations in the Public Sphere in Postwar Japan, 1950-1970 (Getty Trust Publications: Getty Research Institute for the History of Art and the Humanities)



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  • The Arts: General Issues,
  • c 1945 to c 1960,
  • c 1960 to c 1970,
  • Avant-garde (Aesthetics),
  • Art & Art Instruction,
  • Art,
  • History - General,
  • Asian,
  • Japan,
  • California,
  • Art / History / General,
  • Los Angeles,
  • History - Contemporary (1945- ),
  • 20th century,
  • Art, Japanese,
  • Exhibitions,
  • History

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She is a regular contributor to Japanese contemporary magazine Bijutsu Techô, and co-curated Art, Anti-Art, Non-Art: Experimentations in the Public Sphere in Postwar Japan and Radical Communication: Japanese Video Art, both at the GRI. She holds M.A. in Art History and Museum Studies from USC. In English-speaking regions, the book Japanese Art After Merewether, Charles, Rika Iezumi Hiro, eds., Art, Anti-Art, Non Art: Experimentations in the Public Sphere in Postwar Japan –, Getty Research Institute, Los Angeles, Experimentations in Japanese Art –, sponsored by the Getty Research Institute (GRI). The event is presented in conjunc- tion with the GRI exhibition Art, Anti-Art, Non-Art: Experimentations in the Public Sphere in Postwar Japan, –, curated by . Art historian and curator Dr. Charles Merewether discusses the need for the creation of a public sphere for art in the regions of Asia and the Pacific, as part of a two-day graduate student symposium at Cornell, titled "Imag(in)ing Asia and the Pacific: Emerging Visualities and Art Perspectives.".

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The Practice of Artistic Experimentation in Postwar Japan”, in: Art, Anti-Art, Non-Art. Experimentations in the Public Sphere in Postwar JapanLos Angelespp. ) This phase of the upheaval was documented by Shomei Tomatsu in his photo book Oo.

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She is a regular contributor to the Japanese contemporary art magazine Bijutsu Techō/BT; co-curated “Art, Anti-Art, Non-Art: Experimentations in the Public Sphere in Postwar Japan ” and “Radical Communication: Japanese Video Art ,” both at the Getty Research Institute; and co-founded the non-profit art space Art Collaborative, ephemeral, self-reflective, multidisciplinary--the work generated by the rapid series of experimental artistic movements that energized the public sphere in postwar Japan was anything but private, static, or expected, despite the enduring engagement of Seller Rating: % positive.

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16 Reiko Tomii, “Geijutsu on Their Minds,” in Art, Anti-art, Non-art: Experimentations in the Public Sphere in Postwar Japan, –, ed. Charles Merewether and Rika Iezumi Hiro (Los Angeles: Getty Research Institute, ), 35– 17 For a good and brief economic and political contextualization of the artistic situation of.

She is a regular contributor to the Japanese contemporary art magazine Bijutsu Techō/BT; co-curated “Art, Anti-Art, Non-Art: Experimentations in the Public Sphere in Postwar Japan ” and “Radical Communication: Japanese Video Art ,” both at the Getty Research Institute; and co-founded the non-profit art space Art.

Art, Anti-Art, Non-Art 作者: Merewether, Charles (EDT)/ Hiro, Rika Iezumi (EDT) 出版社: Getty Research Institute 副标题: Experimentations in the Public Sphere in Postwar Japan, 出版年: 页数: 定价: USD 装帧: Hardcover ISBN: He was co-editor of After the event (), editor of both Art, anti-art, nonart: experimentations in the public sphere in postwar Japan() and The archive ().

He is currently working on a book on contemporary East European art, and a book on the modern history of cultural looting to be published by Reaktion Books (London).Art, Anti-Art, Non-Art: Experimentations in the Public Sphere in Postwar Japan, - School of the art institute of chicago / Art History - Research Paper words - 10 pages the diverse "arts and learning." ln modern Japanese, geijutsu is similar to art in English.