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Godai

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Publisher: 5Continents
Release Date: 2017-09-12
Genre: Art
Pages: 128 pages
ISBN 13: 9788874397815
ISBN 10: 887439781X
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Synopsis : Godai written by , published by 5Continents which was released on 2017-09-12. Download Godai Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. The work, Godai, was composed of 8,000 small pieces of bamboo; it represented a world where the five elements, or godai, that make up the world (wind, water, earth, void, and fire) intertwine. -- "A homage to nature and to a long tradition of Japanese craftsmanship, Godai is a large-scale temporary bamboo installation by Tanabe Chikuunsai IV. Like all the works of this artist, this new creation balances tradition with modernity. Like an organic architectural form, Godai emanates a keen positive energy, forcefully captured in the photographs of Tadayuki Minamoto, taken in Paris during the exhibition at the Musee national des Arts asiatiques." -- Book jacket.

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