International art historians Yumiko Chiba, Reiko Tomii and Yuri Mitsuda present a series of talks looking at performance collectives and movements in Japan 1960-70s, an era celebrated for its pioneering early experiments and innovations in body-based and time-based art.
Toyko-based Yumiko Chiba discusses her experiences working with the Estate of Jiro Takamatsu (1936-98), a central figure in the development avant-garde movements in post-War Japan. She discusses the significance of Takamatsu's work, his international legacy, and the influence he has had upon the art world in Japan and worldwide.
24 October 2018
Yumiko Chiba discusses Jiro Takamatsu for DRAF's Curators Series
Asia House, London, UK