A japán kortárs művészek fantáziája / The imagination of contemporary artists of Japan

Source: The Japan Times. Image: Tadanori Yokoo’s “A Requiem of Memory” (1994) | Courtesy of the artist.

Source: The Japan Times. Image: Tadanori Yokoo’s “A Requiem of Memory” (1994) | Courtesy of the artist.

Sai Hashizume, Keisuke Yamamoto, Toshiyuki Konishi, Yukiko Suto, Koji Tanada, Yosuke Kobashi, Yoshihisa Kitatsuji és Tadanori Yokoo művészek művei által betekintést nyerünk a Japán képzelet világába. Van aki Chritstian Andersen meséket jelenít meg a festményeken, míg mások az absztrakció gyakorlatához fordulnak. A következő cikk analizálja a fent megnevezett japán kortárs művészek alkotásait és próbálja megfogni  fantáziájuk forrását.


Through the works of artists Sai Hashizume, Keisuke Yamamoto, Toshiyuki Konishi, Yukiko Suto, Koji Tanada, Yosuke Kobashi, Yoshihisa Kitatsuji and Tadanori Yokoo the world of Japanese imagination can be entered. Some of them interpret tales by Christian Andersen onto the canvas while others turn towards the practice of abstraction. The following article analyzes the art works of the above listed contemporary Japanese artists and tries to nail down the source of their imagination.

A cikk a következő linken olvasható / The article can be read on the following link: http://www.japantimes.co.jp/culture/2014/06/11/arts/imagination-runs-wild-japanese-contemporary-art/#.VHGOsYuG-Sp

Forrás/Source: Larking, M. (2014). Imagination runs wild in Japanese contemporary art. The Japan Times.
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