by Ryan Holmberg
In the five years since the Fukushima disaster, manga artists and others have turned hazmat suits, exclusion zones and atomic plant workers into haunting motifs in contemporary Japanese art.
Ryan Holmberg on Chewing Gum and Chocolate: Photographs by Shomei Tomatsu, edited by Leo Rubinfein and John Junkerman. Read more
Linda Hoaglund's new documentary film, ANPO: Art X War, offers an impassioned account of Japanese opposition to the post-WWII treaty that made the defeated nation a de facto ally of the U.S. Read more
A first U.S. museum survey for Tetsumi Kudo explores a diverse body of three-dimensional work, its materials and themes unified only by a determination to disturb. Read more
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