Yoshitomo Nara | Author: Yoshitomo Nara
Yoshitomo Nara is among the most beloved Japanese artists of his generation. Spanning 35 years (1985-2020), this book features paintings, drawings, sculpture, ceramic figures, an installation that re-creates his drawing studio, and never-before-exhibited idea sketches that reflect the artist’s empathic eye, shining a light on Nara’s conceptual process.
This book accompanies the major career retrospective organised by the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, and presents the full range of Nara's work. It also examines the artist’s work through the lens of his long-time passion for music and features 'liner notes' written by the artist about various albums in his personal collection of '60s and '70s folk and rock albums, published in English for the first time.
30.5 x 22.9cm
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