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Keiichi Tanaami: Mirror's Surface

Neu Keiichi Tanaami: Mirror's Surface

25,00 €

The Japanese master's new large-format artist's book: a graphic hallucination on 40 pages of bichrocolor collage drawings.

About the artist:

Born in 1936 as the son of a textile wholesaler, Keiichi Tanaami was nine years old when he experienced the bombing of Tokyo towards the end of World War II. He studied at the Musahino Art University, visited Andy Warhol in New York in 1969, worked with both Robert Rauschenberg and art critic Michel Tapié during their travels to Japan, and designed record covers for Jefferson Airplane and The Monkees. He maintained a successful career as an illustrator and a graphic designer throughout the 1960s and early '70s, and was appointed as the first artistic director of the Japanese edition of Playboy magazine in 1975. With an infinite artistic appetite, Tanaami continues working across all boundaries, embracing painting, sculpture, performance and film, as well as a professor on the Faculty of Information Design at the Kyoto University of Art and Design in Japan. 

Published in June 2019 by United Dead Artists

30 x 40 cm, softcover

40 pages (color ill.)

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