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Plate 1.

Voices of Mono-ha Artists: Contemporary Art in Japan, Circa 1970 (poster). Source image: Yoshida Katsurō, Cut-off, 1969. Steel pipe, cotton; 420 cm long. Published in Bijutsu techō, no. 324 (February 1970).

Photo: Nakajima Kō.

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Plate 2.

Sekine Nobuo, Phase of Nothingness 1/m Oilclay, 1969. Oilclay; 2.5 tons. Installation view, Tokyo Gallery, 1969.

Photo courtesy of Tokyo Gallery.


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Plate 3.

Sekine Nobuo, Phase—Mother Earth, 1968. Earth, concrete; 270 × 220 × 220 cm. Installation view, 1st Kobe Suma Rikyū Park Contemporary Sculpture Exhibition, 1968.

Photo: Murai Osamu.

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Plate 4.

Suga Kishio, Law of Situation, 1971. Stones, plastic sheet (woven glass fiber), water; 50 × 240 × 2100 cm. Installation view, 4th Contemporary Japanese Sculpture Exhibition. Ube City Open-Air Museum, 1971.

Photo: Suga Kishio.


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Plate 5.

Lee Ufan, Relatum (formerly Phenomena and Perception B), 1969. Stone and glass. Tokyo. Published in Bijutsu techō, no. 324 (February 1970).

Photo: Nakajima Kō.

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Plate 6.

Koshimizu Susumu, Paper, 1969. Hempen paper and granite; paper: 50 × 250 × 250 cm, granite: 50 × 150 × 150 cm. Tokyo. Published in Bijutsu techō, no. 324 (February 1970).

Photo: Nakajima Kō.


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Plate 7.

Haraguchi Noriyuki, Air Pipe C, 1969. Acrylic on canvas mounted on plywood; 136 × 155 × 25cm.

Photo courtesy of Fergus McCaffrey.

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Additional Information

ISSN
2329-9770
Print ISSN
0913-4700
Pages
pp. 192-199
Launched on MUSE
2014-10-01
Open Access
No
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