Seven Artists: Aspects of Contemporary Japanese Art

Main Gallery Mar 28–May 26, 1991

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Mar 28–May 26, 1991





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Seven Artists: Aspects of Contemporary Japanese Art, 1991
Seven Artists: Aspects of Contemporary Japanese Art, 1991, Installation view, Santa Monica Museum of Art

This survey exhibition of contemporary Japanese art of the 1980s combined work by an older, established generation of artists–painter Lee U-Fan, ceramist Kohshoh Itoh, and sculptor Makio Yamaguchi–with the installation-based work of a younger generation of artists including Chie Matsui, Chu Enoki, and Toshihiro Kuno. Seven Artists was organized by Kazuo Yamawaki of the Nagoya City Art Museum.