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Modernity took many forms in 1930s Japan, but it was most associated with a glittering consumer culture. The Brittle Decade examines an array of representations by designers and artists of what it meant to be in Japan leading up to World War II. Its 160 full-color illustrations of paintings, textiles, and graphic arts provide insight into an era of transformation, such as kimonos bearing patterns of tanks. Essays by leading experts on Japanese art and history explain the many tensions within Japanese society during those brittle years.
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Text by John W. Dower, Anne Nishimura Morse, Jacqueline M. Atkins, Frederic A. Sharf. Clothbound. 208 pages.
W 9” H 9.50”
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