Isamu Kenmochi (1912-1971) was one of the pioneers of industrial design in Japan. Postwar Japanese artists struggled to create their own original industrial products. Kenmochi sought to establish Japanese modern design while reinventing traditional techniques and materials. Like many Japanese artists of his generation, Kenmochi was inspired by Isamu Noguchi (1904-1988), a pivotal figure in twentieth century sculpture and design.
Pages: 240 pp
Publisher: Five Ties Publishing
Publication Place: Brooklyn,
Book Id: 75535
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