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STRUCTURE AND REMEMBRANCE: TOYA, ENDO, KENMOCHI. Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, 1991. 72 pp. with 83 ills. (27 col.) and 8-page English-text insert. 30 x 23 cm. In Japanese; preface, captions, brief entries and biographical notes also in English. Insert provides English translations of 4 essays.
Highlights recent sculptures in wood by three noted Japanese artists, including groups of deeply gouged columns and cubes by Shigeo Toya (b. 1947), massive charred forms by Toshikatsu Endo (b. 1950), and an installation composed of sprawling piles of scrap timber and large overpainted photographs by Kazuo Kenmochi (b. 1951). Illustrations of the featured pieces and of earlier sculptures and drawings by the artists are accompanied by individual critical texts discussing their careers and an essay describing the practical and symbolic significance of wood as a medium.
Artist(s):Toya, Shigeo; Endo, Toshikatsu; Kenmochi, Kazuo
Indexing: Western, Non-Western (Traditional/Native Arts) — Japan — Post-1970 — Sculpture
Plans: 75
Worldwide Number: 054549
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