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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.

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