Namiko Kunimoto explores art, visual culture, and politics in postwar Japan from the 1950s to the 1970s, examining how anxiety and confusion surrounding Japan's new democracy manifested in representations of gender and nationhood in modern art. Offering many previously unpublished full-color illustrations, Kunimoto shows how contention over Japan's new democracy was expressed, disavowed, and reimagined through representations of the gendered body.
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Namiko Kunimoto is assistant professor of art history at The Ohio State University.
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