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“bauhaus imaginista: Corresponding With”

THE NATIONAL MUSEUM OF MODERN ART, Kyoto

Installation view of “bauhaus imaginista: Corresponding With” at The National Museum of Modern Art, Kyoto, 2018.
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Filipa Ramos

On arriving in Japan in 1933, the German architect Bruno Taut (1880–1938) declared: “When modern architecture first came into being around the 1920s, it was the simple and entirely free Japanese living room, with its large windows, wall cupboards, and the purity of its design that provided the strongest impetus... continue reading
Gaku Nakano, Listening to a myth told by a goat (detail), 2015.
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Minoru Shimizu

The past few decades in the art world have seen the emergence of both relational art and “Zombie Formalism.”(1) The former is a primarily public funding-dependent, social democratic art, in which the artist is a kind of facilitator, who, because of his or her participation in the contemporary-art game, is... continue reading

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