Gutai group

George Mathieu performance in Osaka with the Gutai, 1957

George Mathieu, performance in Osaka with the Gutai group, 1957

Minoru Onoda, Work 61-14, 1961; mixed media on plywood; 36.14 x 52.36 inches (photo © Estate of Minoru Onoda, courtesy of Anne Mosseri-Marlio Galerie)

Minoru Onoda, Work mixed media on plywood; x inches (photo © Estate of Minoru Onoda, courtesy of Anne Mosseri-Marlio Galerie)

gutaigroup: Kazuo Shiraga, Funsyutu, 1997, sumi ink on paper, 90 x 90 cm

gutaigroup: “ Kazuo Shiraga, Funsyutu, sumi ink on paper, 90 x 90 cm ”

the gutai group - Google Search

the gutai group - Google Search

The Gutai group (具体; means “Embodiment”) was an artistic movement and association of artists founded (according to most sources) by Jiro Yoshihara in Japan in 1954.

AVAN GARDE DE L'ASIE The Gutai group (具体; means “Embodiment”) was an artistic movement and association of artists founded (according to most sources) by Jiro Yoshihara in Japan in

Murakami Saburo: Gutai Movement of Concrete Art

Murakami Saburo hurling himself through 40 screens of paper in He called it "Laceration of Paper". Gutai Group the first radical, post-war group in Japan. It was founded by the painter Jiro Yoshihara

Gutai Group at the Venice Biennale

Gutai Group at the Venice Biennale

Gutai Group, Venice Biennale, Installation Art, Sandbox, Sprouts, The Beauty, 1950s, Led

Jirō Yoshihara was a Japanese painter. In 1954, he co-founded the avant-garde Gutai group in Osaka. He worked in surrealist and abstract expressionist painting styles before turning, in his final years, to the repeated depiction of circles reminiscent of "satori," the enlightenment of Zen. This white circle was made by leaving the canvas unpainted while painting the background black.

Jirō Yoshihara was a Japanese painter. In he co-founded the avant-garde…

Shozo Shimamoto-Gutai Group

Shozo Shimamoto, "Bottle Crash," glass and paint on canvas © Shozo Shimamoto, photo by Andrea Mardegan[content:shareblock]

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