The Gutai Art Manifesto’s relationship to the Western Avant-Garde

In 1956 Japanese painter and avant-garde artist YOSHIHARA JIRŌ wrote a manifesto that would drive the art making of a group of young, energetic, daring young artists in Japan following the end of the Second World War. In the opening to his manifesto Jirō wrote: “To today’s consciousness, the art of the past, which on the whole… Read More The Gutai Art Manifesto’s relationship to the Western Avant-Garde