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International Center for the Promotion of Art and Science (JICPAS)

Review of Japanese Culture and Society

JICPAS issues an English-language magazine "Review of Japanese Culture and Society" offering an international analysis of Japanese people and culture. This magazine is published with a view to enhance international recognition of Japanese culture and its society as well as to stimulate mutual understanding and study the methods of cultural theory.

Review of Japanese Culture and Society Vol.XXIII December 2011 (Expo '70 amd Japanese Art:Dissonant Voices)

Notes to the Reader
Midori Yoshimoto
Expo ’70 and Japanese Art: Dissonant Voices An Introduction and Commentary
Midori Yoshimoto
Japan World Exposition— Reconsidering Expo Art (2007) (translated by Mika Yoshitake)
Nakai Yasuyuki
The 1970 Osaka Expo and/as Science Fiction
William O. Gardner
Expo ’70 as the Ruins of Culture (1970) (translated by Ignacio Adriasola)
Haryū Ichirō
Expo ’70: The Model City of an Information Society
Hyunjung Cho
Recalling The Days of Expo Art (?) (2001) (translated by Machida Gen)
Isozaki Arata
To Put On A Big Face: The Globalist Stance of Okamoto Tarō’s Tower of the Sun for the Japan World Exposition
Bert Winther-Tamaki
Ancient Blood, Contemporary Blood (1971) (translated by Reiko Tomii)
Okamoto Tarō
Textiles Pavilion: An Anomaly and Critique of Expo ’70
Midori Yoshimoto
Criticism of Expo ’70 in Print: Journals Ken, Bijutsu techō, and Dezain hihyō
Yasufumi Nakamori
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Artists’ Pages:
Untitled (1970)
Tōmatsu Shōmei
A Redevelopment Proposal for the Expo ’70 Site (1970) (translated by Reiko Tomii)
Akasegawa Genpei
Matter Must Vanish: A Proposal for Redevelopment of the Former Expo Site (1970)
(translated by Reiko Tomii)
Matsuzawa Yutaka
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Performance Art and/as Activism: Expo ’70 Destruction Joint-Struggle Group
“World Without Boundaries”? E.A.T. and the Pepsi Pavilion at Expo ’70, Osaka
Hiroko Ikegami
Toward Tokyo Biennale 1970: Shapes of the “International” in the Age of International Contemporaneity
Reiko Tomii
Our Gang Age (1970) (translated by Kyoko Selden and Alisa Freedman)
Uehara Noboru
Watch Out, Little Red Riding Hood (Chapter One, 1969)
(translated by Kyoko Selden and Alisa Freedman)
Shōji Kaoru
Select Annotated Bibliography of Expo ’70
Hyunjung Cho
On the Contributors

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