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Takashi Murakami

Autor(a) de Stargazing Dog

59 Works 777 Membros 32 Críticas

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Obras por Takashi Murakami

Stargazing Dog (2009) 159 exemplares, 15 críticas
Little Boy: The Arts of Japan's Exploding Subculture (2005) 103 exemplares, 4 críticas
© Murakami (2007) 97 exemplares, 1 crítica
Art for Baby (2008) — Ilustrador — 75 exemplares, 1 crítica
Superflat (2000) 73 exemplares, 2 críticas
Summon Monsters? Open The Door? Heal? Or Die? (2001) 34 exemplares, 2 críticas
Murakami: Ego (2012) 27 exemplares, 1 crítica
Takashi Murakami. Kaikai kiki (2002) 18 exemplares, 1 crítica
Jellyfish Eyes [2013 film] (2013) — Director — 16 exemplares
Tokyo Girls Bravo (2002) 12 exemplares
Stargazing Dog, Volume 2 (2011) 9 exemplares
Keba Keba (2003) 6 exemplares
Takashi Murakami: Super flat (2016) 6 exemplares
L'oiseau bleu (1900) 6 exemplares
Funny Cuts (2005) 4 exemplares
芸術起業論 (2006) 3 exemplares
Takashi Murakami: Enso (2015) 3 exemplares
Murakami by Murakami (2017) 2 exemplares
Takashi Murakami: ENSŌ (2015) 2 exemplares
Geijutsu toso-ron (2011) 2 exemplares, 1 crítica
The Geisai (2005) 2 exemplares, 1 crítica
Paji (2011) 1 exemplar
Enlightenment 2-Delight 1 exemplar, 1 crítica
芸術闘争論 (2010) 1 exemplar
Earth in My Window 1 exemplar


Conhecimento Comum



Super sweet, cried my dumb face off
sraedi | 14 outras críticas | Feb 2, 2024 |
Incrível define as reviravoltas dessa história e as conexões com o primeiro livro. Nada é por acaso e as pequenas conexões que temos na vida se ramificam criando outras histórias.
Renan12 | 14 outras críticas | Dec 31, 2023 |
Duas histórias que se completam, a primeira contada através dos olhos de Happy, um cachorrinho muito fofo em uma aventura com seu dono, ao fim de explicar o significado de "guardar as estrelas", expressão usada para descrever uma pessoa que sonha muito alto, Guardar também significa ficar sempre de olho. Outra coisa interessante e conhecer a cultura de um outro país, a geografia, leis e a cultura, mesmo que seja algo de segundo plano.
Renan12 | 14 outras críticas | Dec 30, 2023 |
Little Boy: The Arts of Japan's Exploding Subculture is the companion catalogue to the exhibition "Little Boy" curated by artist Takashi Murakami. The book is about the aesthetics of postwar culture in Japan.
Little Boy examines the culture of postwar Japan through its arts and popular visual media. Focusing on the youth-driven phenomenon of otaku (roughly translated as 'geek culture' or 'pop cult fanaticism'), Takashi Murakami and a notable group of contributors explore the complex historical influences that shape Japanese contemporary art and its distinct graphic languages. The book's title, Little Boy, is a reference to the atomic bomb dropped on Hiroshima in 1945, thus clearly locating the birth of these new cultural forms in the trauma and generational aftershock of the atomic bomb. This generously illustrated book showcases the work of key otaku artists and designers, many of whom are cult celebrities in Japan, and discusses their feature film and video animations, video games and internet sites, music, toys, fashion and more. In the process, the following questions are posed: What is otaku? How is it related to the pervasive and curious fixation on 'cuteness' evident in Japanese popular culture? What impact did the atomic devastation of World War II have on the development of Japanese art and culture? This brilliantly designed, bilingual (English and Japanese) publication examines these themes to explore how contemporary Japanese art has become inseparable from the subcultural realms of manga and anime (Japanese animation), a world where meticulous technique, apocalyptic imagery and high and low cultures meet… (mais)
petervanbeveren | 3 outras críticas | Oct 31, 2023 |



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