The Gutai group (具体； means "Embodiment") was an artistic movement and association of artists founded (according to most sources) by Jiro Yoshihara in Japan in 1954. According to the official website of Shozo Shimamoto, Shimamoto and Yoshihara founded Gutai together in 1954, and it was Shimamoto who suggested the name Gutai, which contrary to popular belief does not mean concrete but embodiment (according to this source) ”The kangi used to write 'gu' means tool, measures, and a way of doing something, while 'tai' means body..
Tokyo exhibition showcases Gutai modern art movement
Abstract paintings from Gutai's middle period are highly appreciated in Europe. (Wakato Onishi)Works from Gutai's late period show a leaning toward geometrical designs. (Wakato Onishi)Atsuko Tanaka's "Electric Dress" is one of the representative works from Gutai's early period. (Wakato Onishi)
When the avant-garde Gutai group emerged as an art movement in 1954, the group stood out for its striking originality--paintings executed using feet in lieu of brushes, an "Electric Dress" made with colorful light bulbs, to name a few.
日本年齡超過60的"消費" (海外學習和健身等等)能力的解放 (願意花錢) 是日本經濟發展的大支柱
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