Genichiro Inokuma: Walls in NYC

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WALLS IN N.Y.C./猪熊弦一郎
WALLS IN N.Y.C./猪熊弦一郎
WALLS IN N.Y.C./猪熊弦一郎
WALLS IN N.Y.C./猪熊弦一郎

Time Out says

A master of the abstract and avant-garde, painter Genichiro Inokuma (1902-1993) spent around 20 years in New York during the ’50s and ’60s. Shot during that time and now assembled in 'Walls in NYC', a new photo book released by the Marugame Genichiro Inokuma Museum of Contemporary Art in Kagawa prefecture, Inokuma's photographs of the Big Apple's graffiti- and poster-covered walls are the focus of this display at the artsy Utrecht bookstore. Including all 154 pictures in the series, the exhibition makes for an interesting look into a time when New York's cityscape was far less polished and orderly than it is today.



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