Mavo: Japanese Artists and the Avant-Garde 1905-1931

Berkeley, Los Angeles, London: University of California Press, 2002. Hardcover. Red cloth with black lettering on spine. Tan and illustrated dust jacket. xi; 368 pp. Profusely illustrated in BW with 16 color plates. VG/VG. Owner's name written on first page, otherwise clean and tight with no visible wear. Item #169486
ISBN: 9780520223387

"The radical Japanese art group Mavo roared into new arenas and new art forms during the 1920s, with work ranging from performance art to painting, book illustration, and architectural projects. Mavo artists collaborated in a movement that shook the Japanese art establishment to its foundations. Ultimately, Mavo's work became a major influence in Japanese commercial art and had a pronounced and lasting impact on Japanese visual and political culture." -- dj flap.

OCLC: 464012173

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