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Summon Monsters? Open The Door? Heal? Or Die? - Summon, open the door, heal, or be wiped out?

¥3,200

Release date: ‎ 2001/10/1
Language ‏ : ‎ Japanese
Book: ‎ 159 pages

 

 

This is a catalog for the Takashi Murakami exhibition of the same title held at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo in 2001, and a concept book that records Murakami's art activities at the time from all angles.

Original characters, figure projects including DOB-kun, Kaikai and Kiki, and Ko2-chan, art events that later led to GEISAI, and the revealing behind-the-scenes stories of the exhibited works and projects, as well as the art group Hiropon, which systematically produces. Includes in-depth interviews with Factory (now Kaikai Kiki) staff, as well as essays by Murakami, Yusuke Minami, and Michael Darling. A passionate book that looks into the future of art from Japan.

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Summon Monsters? Open The Door? Heal? Or Die? - Summon, open the door, heal, or be wiped out?

¥3,200

Release date: ‎ 2001/10/1
Language ‏ : ‎ Japanese
Book: ‎ 159 pages

 

 

This is a catalog for the Takashi Murakami exhibition of the same title held at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Tokyo in 2001, and a concept book that records Murakami's art activities at the time from all angles.

Original characters, figure projects including DOB-kun, Kaikai and Kiki, and Ko2-chan, art events that later led to GEISAI, and the revealing behind-the-scenes stories of the exhibited works and projects, as well as the art group Hiropon, which systematically produces. Includes in-depth interviews with Factory (now Kaikai Kiki) staff, as well as essays by Murakami, Yusuke Minami, and Michael Darling. A passionate book that looks into the future of art from Japan.

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