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EPUB ë MOBI Changing and Unchanging Things õ Noguchi and Hasegawa in Postwar Japan ì EYLTRANSFERSERVICES ✓ ❮Reading❯ ➳ Changing and Unchanging Things: Noguchi and Hasegawa in Postwar Japan ➬ Author Matthew Kirsch – EyltEnced their contemporary and subseuent work The 40 masterpieces in the exhibitionby turns elegiac assured ambivalent anguished euphoric and resignedare organized into the major overlapping subjects of their attention the landscapes of Japan the abstracted human figure the fragmentation of matter in the atomic age and Japans traditional art forms Published in association with The Noguchi Museum Exhibition dates Yokohama Museum of Art Japan January 12March 21 2019 The Noguchi Museum New York May 1July 14 2019 Asian Art Museum San Francisco September 27December 8 2019

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In May 1950 Isamu Noguchi 190488 returned to Japan for his first visit in 20 years He was Noguchi said seeking models for evolving the relationship between sculpture and societyhaving emerged from the war years with a profound desire to reorient his work toward some purposeful social end The artist Saburo Hasegawa 190657 was a key figure for Noguchi during this period making introductions to Japanese artists philosophies and material culture Hasegawa who had mingled with the European avant garde during time spent as a painter in Paris in the 1930s was like Noguchi

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Changing and Unchanging Things Noguchi and Hasegawa in Postwar JapanSeeking an artistic hybridity By the time Hasegawa and Noguchi met both had been thinking deeply about the balance between tradition and modernity and indigenous and foreign influences in the development of traditional cultures for some time The predicate of their intense friendship was a thorough exploration of traditional Japanese culture within the context of seeking what Noguchi termed an innocent synthesis that must rise from the embers of the past Changing and Unchanging Things is an account of how their joint exploration of traditional Japanese culture influ