Japanese ways, Western means: art of the 1980's in Japan

Australia, 1989

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This exhibition, organised by the Queensland Art Gallery in association with the Museum of Modern Art, Saitama, presents work in a variety of media by 41 artists. Includes painting, sculpture, printmaking, drawing, video, photography and installation art. The theme is the adoption by contemporary Japanese artists of an international approach combining Japanese roots and content with stylistic and aesthetic elements derived from Western art.

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Museum of Modern Art (Japan, Saitama)



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