1. “Art Is Something Born”: The Rise and Fall of the Kokuga Society (1918–28) and the Emergence of the Kokuten Style
  2. John Szostak
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  1. New Art Collectives in the Service of the War: The Formation of Art Organizations during the Asia-Pacific War
  2. Maki Kaneko
  3. pp. 309-350
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  1. Jikken Kōbō and Takiguchi Shūzō: The New Deal Collectivism of 1950s Japan
  2. Miwako Tezuka
  3. pp. 351-381
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  1. Gutai Chain: The Collective Spirit of Individualism
  2. Ming Tiampo
  3. pp. 383-415
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  1. Performance Collectives in 1960s Japan: With a Focus on the “Ritual School”
  2. KuroDalaiJee
  3. pp. 417-447
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  1. Authority, Autonomy, and the Early Taishō “Avant Garde”
  2. Alicia Volk
  3. pp. 451-473
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  1. A Woman and Collectives: An Interview with Tabe Mitsuko
  2. Midori Yoshimoto
  3. pp. 474-488
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  1. Introduction: Collectivism in Twentieth-Century Japanese Art with a Focus on Operational Aspects of Dantai
  2. Reiko Tomii
  3. pp. 225-267
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  1. Contributors
  2. pp. 489-490
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