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Kazari: Decoration and Display in Japan 15th-19th Centuries by Nicole Coolidge, Ed. Rousmaniere (2002-05-03) download epub

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Nicole Coolidge Rousmaniere (Author). In mounting its "Kazari" exhibition, which is being seen first in New York and then in London, the Society has played to its traditional strengths

Nicole Coolidge Rousmaniere (Author). In mounting its "Kazari" exhibition, which is being seen first in New York and then in London, the Society has played to its traditional strengths.

Hardcover, 304 pages. Published October 29th 2002 by Harry N. Abrams.

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Nicole Coolidge Rousmaniere is founding Director of the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, Norwich

Nicole Coolidge Rousmaniere is founding Director of the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, Norwich.

Nicole Coolidge Rousmaniere is founding Director of the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and .

Nicole Coolidge Rousmaniere is founding Director of the Sainsbury Institute for the Study of Japanese Arts and Cultures, Norwich. She received her BA (Archaeology, 1986), MA (Regional Studies, 1988) and P. art history, 1998) from Harvard University

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The concept of kazari, the will to decorate, embodies the interplay between objects and settings in a dynamic process . Catalogue of an exhibition held at the Japan Society, New York - October 17 - December 31, 2002 and The British Museum, London - February 4 - April 13, 2003.

The concept of kazari, the will to decorate, embodies the interplay between objects and settings in a dynamic process that stimulates both the visual and intellectual senses. With superb examples of decorative and fine art objects from important international collections and writings by leading scholars in the field, the book will make a significant contribution to the appreciation and understanding of Japanese art and design. Exhibition info from the Japan Society. SeiShonagon Dec 21, 2006.

Rousmaniere, Nicole Coolidge (2002) ‘Kazari, Decoration and Display in Japan 15th-19th Centuries’, London: The British Museum Press. Screech, Timon (2012) ‘Obtaining Images: Art, Production and Display in Edo Japan’, London: Reaktion Books Ltd. Shirane, Haruo (2012) ‘Japan and the Culture of the Four Seasons; Nature, Literature, and the Arts’, New York: Columbia University Press. Singer, T. Robert and John, T. Carpenter (et a. (1998) ‘Edo: Art in Japan 1615-1868’, Washington: National Gallery of Art.

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The term kazari in Japanese refers both to objects used for decoration and to their display in specific settings and contexts

ISBN 0714126365 £2. 9sb. The term kazari in Japanese refers both to objects used for decoration and to their display in specific settings and contexts. With contributions by leading scholars in Japanese art studies, the catalogue is organised into six chronological and thematic sections and offers lovely examples of art from the Muromachi (1392-1573), Momoyama (1573-1615), and Edo (1615-1868) periods.

Kazari : decoration and display in Japan, 15th-19th centuries.

Catalogue accompanying exhibition of same name at Japan Society in 2002, organized in collaboration with The British Museum in London. 250 color and 50 b/w illustrations. Printed in Spain.

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Questanthr
Beautiful book with large scope essays
Lyrtois
For decades the Japan Society has mounted important and often innovative exhibitions of Japanese art at its New York premises and has issued academically-impeccable catalogues to accompany these shows. More recently, the Society has also established itself as a publisher of books on Japanese art that rank among the most beautiful, well-designed, and accessible to be found anywhere, a trend clearly evident with the issuance of "Kazari: Decoration and Display in Japan, 15th-19th Centuries."
In mounting its "Kazari" exhibition, which is being seen first in New York and then in London, the Society has played to its traditional strengths. These include a talent for working with other institutions (in this case the British Museum), an ability to borrow objects from a wide range of sources, and access to the best academic experts from the United States, Europe, and Japan. The happy result, as far as the book goes, is a series of illuminating essays that begin the volume followed by outstanding explanatory entries for each object on display. These entries include aesthetic analyses, interpretation of the symbols found, and comparisons, where applicable, of the art objects to similar ones. All told, this is a book that delights one's senses and sharpens one's appreciation of Japanese art while also shedding light on the fascinating world that was Edo-period Japan.
Kazari: Decoration and Display in Japan 15th-19th Centuries by Nicole Coolidge, Ed. Rousmaniere (2002-05-03) download epub
History & Criticism
Author: Nicole Coolidge Ed. Rousmaniere
ISBN: 0913304530
Category: Arts & Photography
Subcategory: History & Criticism
Language: English
Publisher: Japan Society Gallery; 1st edition (2002)
Pages: 302 pages