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ATSUKO TANAKA

ATSUKO TANAKA (1932-2005)

Atsuko Tanaka belongs among the most important artists of the Japanese avant-garde. She was a member of the Gutai group (gutai = concrete), a movement in Japanese art which radically anticipated the most important concepts in Western art as early as the fifties, before the historical backdrop of World War II. Gutai in general, and Tanaka in particular, sought to extend and redefine the relationship between body, artistic material and (exhibition) space with performance-like acts.
In her Electric Dress (1956), which she herself wore in performances, Tanaka used everyday objects like textiles or colored, blinking lamps to fashion a combination of the traditional kimono and industrial technology.
This book features Tanaka´s works from her gutai period as well as some documents of the activities of the group. A text by Mizuho Kato, translated into three languages, presents an in- depth exploration of Tanaka´s artistic concepts.

The artist:

Atsuko Tanaka, born 1932, will celebrate her seventieth birthday in 2002. Tho mark this occasion, the Galerie im Taxipalais gallery in Innsbruck is hosting Atsuko Tanaka's first solo exhibition in a public institution in Europe.

Edited by Silvia Eiblmayr, Galerie im Taxispalais, texts by Silvia Eiblmayr, Mizuho Kato

Pris ved 1 185,00 DKK

Emne Happening/Performance
Kunstner TANAKA, Atsuko
Forfatter Edited by Silvia Eiblmayr
Sprog Engelsk/tysk/japansk
Illustrationer 31 ill, heraf 19 i farver
Format / Sideantal 20 x 15 cm / 80 sider
Udgivelsesår 2002
Indbinding Hæftet
Forlag Hatje Cantz Publishers
Antikvarisk
Antal
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ISBN 3775791221
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ATSUKO TANAKA (1932-2005)

Atsuko Tanaka belongs among the most important artists of the Japanese avant-garde. She was a member of the Gutai group (gutai = concrete), a movement in Japanese art which radically anticipated the most important concepts in Western art as early as the fifties, before the historical backdrop of World War II. Gutai in general, and Tanaka in particular, sought to extend and redefine the relationship between body, artistic material and (exhibition) space with performance-like acts.
In her Electric Dress (1956), which she herself wore in performances, Tanaka used everyday objects like textiles or colored, blinking lamps to fashion a combination of the traditional kimono and industrial technology.
This book features Tanaka´s works from her gutai period as well as some documents of the activities of the group. A text by Mizuho Kato, translated into three languages, presents an in- depth exploration of Tanaka´s artistic concepts.

The artist:

Atsuko Tanaka, born 1932, will celebrate her seventieth birthday in 2002. Tho mark this occasion, the Galerie im Taxipalais gallery in Innsbruck is hosting Atsuko Tanaka's first solo exhibition in a public institution in Europe.

Edited by Silvia Eiblmayr, Galerie im Taxispalais, texts by Silvia Eiblmayr, Mizuho Kato