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Shop > Artists' Books

#11197

No More War

Artist
Keiichi Tanaami
Price
$50.00
Date
1996
Publisher
Edition Patrick Frey
Format
Artists' Books
Size
21.5 × 29 × 1 cm
Length
96 
Description

Softcover, perfect bound, full colour pages.

The beautifully published and designed No More War presents a selection of newly realised works by Japanese artist Keiichi Tanaami. The artist’s vivid, colourful, cheeky and grotesque wood-cut sculptures form arrangements that are similar to those you would find in a video game or in a post-modern world. Tanaami’s practice greatly influenced the development of Pop Art in Japan. Thanks to the brilliant Edition Patrick Frey (Zurich) and Idea Books (Amsterdam. Design by Teo Schifferli.

  1. No More War
 

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