What you can see and what you can’t see -Tadanori Yokoo (Chikuma Bunko)

The book features a series of conversations with the Japanese artist Tadanori Yokoo, known for his unique style that blends surrealism, pop art, and traditional Japanese techniques. Through these dialogues, Yokoo explores themes of visual perception, art, spirituality, and the boundary between what is visible and what remains invisible. The text offers an in-depth look at Yokoo’s personal philosophy and his reflections on the contemporary art world.

cm 10,5×15,5; pp. 320; paperback. Publisher: Chikuba Shobo, 1997.

ISBN: 9784480032140 | 4480032142

ID: 27334

Product Description

The book features a series of conversations with the Japanese artist Tadanori Yokoo, known for his unique style that blends surrealism, pop art, and traditional Japanese techniques. Through these dialogues, Yokoo explores themes of visual perception, art, spirituality, and the boundary between what is visible and what remains invisible. The text offers an in-depth look at Yokoo’s personal philosophy and his reflections on the contemporary art world.

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