Shirakaba And Japanese Modernism Examines The Most Significant Japanese Art And Literary Magazine Of The Early Twentieth Century, Shirakaba White Birch, 1910 1923 And Its Founder, The Shirakaba Ha White Birch Society In This Volume Erin Schoneveld Explores The Fluid Relationship That Existed Between Different Types Of Modern Visual Media, Exhibition Formats, And Artistic Practices Embraced By The Shirakaba Ha White Birch Society Schoneveld Provides A New Comparative Framework For Understanding How The Avant Garde Pursuit Of Individuality During Japan S Taish Period Stood In Opposition To State Sponsored Modernism And How This Played Out In The Emerging Media Of Art Magazines This Book Analyzes Key Moments In Modern Japanese Art And Intellectual History By Focusing On The Artists Most Closely Affiliated With Shirakaba, Including Takamura K Tar , Umehara Ry Zabur , And Kishida Ry Sei, Who Selectively Engaged With And Transformed Modernist Idioms Of Individualism And Self Expression To Create A New Artistic Style That Gave Visual Form To Their Own Subjective Reality Drawing Upon Archival Research That Includes Numerous Articles, Images, And Exhibitions Reviews From Shirakaba, As Well As A Complete Translation Of Yanagi S Etsu S Seminal Essay, The Revolutionary Artist Kakumei No Gaka , Schoneveld Demonstrates That, Contrary To The Received Narrative That Posits Japanese Modernism As Merely Derivative, The Debate Around Modernism Among Japan S Early Avant Garde Was Lively, Contested, And Self Reflexive.
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- 266 pages
- Shirakaba and Japanese Modernism
- Erin Schoneveld
- 25 August 2017 Erin Schoneveld