Parody and Intertextuality: Visual Culture in Japan Around the 1970s

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Digging into the relationship between parody, social currents and the media, the Tokyo Station Gallery shines a light on visual culture in the '70s with this fascinating show. Focusing on the work of conceptual artists such as Genpei Akasegawa and Tadanori Yokoo, the exhibition consists of around 300 pieces – everything from paintings to manga and posters – that illustrate the golden years of social and political commentary in Japanese art. 

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