24 October 2018

Yumiko Chiba discusses Jiro Takamatsu for DRAF's Curators Series

Asia House, London, UK
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.

Wednesday 24 October, 6.30-9pm
Asia House, London W1G 7LP

This event is part of Curators' Series #11. Institute of Asian Performance Art. By Victor Wang 王宗孚

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