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Books & Magazines February, 3 2011

“See/Saw: Connections Between Japanese Art Then and Now” Book

Our friends at Coolhunting pick up on a new book by Ivan Vartanian and Kyoko Wada, See/SawSee/Saw: Connections Between Japanese Art Then and Now Book, which looks at the old and modern movements in Japanese art and the interconnects which link them. “See/SawSee/Saw: Connections Between Japanese Art Then and Now Book offers a provocative new look at the origins of Japanese pop art. Often defined by its references to manga or anime, contemporary Japanese art in fact has much broader roots. By drawing parallels between the art of Japan past and present, this compelling volume reveals how current artists rework the traditional forms and techniques of Japanese art history.” Available Feb. 11th.

Available from AmazonSee/Saw: Connections Between Japanese Art Then and Now Book.

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