Volume 26, December 2014

Table of Contents

Introduction

Commensurable Distinctions: Intercultural Negotiations of Modern and Contemporary Japanese Visual Culture

pp. 1-12
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Intersectionality

Six Episodes of Convergence Between Indian, Japanese, and Mexican Art from the Late Nineteenth Century to the Present

pp. 13-32
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Picasso as Other—Koyama Fujio and the Polemics of Postwar Japanese Ceramics

pp. 33-49
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Pictures of Beautiful Women: A Modern Japanese Genre and Its Counterparts in Europe, China, Korea, and Vietnam

pp. 50-64
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Realpolitik

A “Pirates’ View” of Art History

pp. 65-79
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From The Sea Beyond: Hōsui, Seiki, Tenshin, and the West Sea of Hybridization: In Dispute over Urashima

pp. 80-103
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From The Representation of “Japan” in Wartime World’s Fairs Modernists and “Japaneseness”

pp. 104-134
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Resources, Scale, and Recognition in Japanese Contemporary Art: “Tokyo Pop” and the Struggle for a Page in Art History

pp. 135-153
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Driftworks

Four Projects

pp. 154-164
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From The Sideshow Called Fine Art

pp. 165-188
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Reality Within and Without: Surrealism in Japan and China in the Early 1930s

pp. 189-208
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Fukuhara Shinzō and the “Japanese” Pictorial Aesthetic

pp. 209-227
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Abstraction

From Temple of the Eye – Notes on the Reception of “Fine Art”

pp. 228-241
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From Van Gogh as Intellectual History: The Reception of Reproductions and Imagination

pp. 242-265
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Minor Transnational Inter-Subjectivity in the People’s Art of Kitagawa Tamiji

pp. 266-284
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The Imagined Map of the Nation: Postwar Japan from 1945 to 1970

pp. 285-303
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Sedimentation

A Place to Bury Names, or Resurrection (Circulation and Continuity of Energy) as a Dissolution of Identity: Isamu Noguchi’s Memorial to the Dead of Hiroshima and Shirai Sei’ichi’s Temple Atomic Catastrophes

pp. 304-317
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Deactivating the Future: Sawaragi Noi’s Polemical Recoil from Contemporary Art

pp. 318-340
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From Art and Identity: For Whom, For What? The “Present” Upon the “Contemporary”

pp. 341-361
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Art in Focus

Art in Focus

pp. 362-365
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On the Contributors

pp. 366-373
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